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OMG GUYS THEY LOST BY 21 DO YOU BELIEVE

I guess he could only do so much from beyond the grave.

Man, that Seattle defense...they could cause Favre a lot of trouble. (I still like the Packers' chances.)



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This would mark the second time in two weeks that I've used this expression, but the coach turned back into a pumpkin. Just when you thought Todd Collins would lead Washington in a great 4th quarter comeback, his luck finally runs out. That interception with six minutes to go was absolutely awful and Cris Collinsworth's description of it as a "fair catch" wasn't too far off. Just terrible. Still, congratulations to the Redskins for even making it this far, after being written off somewhere around Week 12. Bigger congratulations to the Seahawks for knocking them off.

And now it's time to ponder the potential playoff rematch between the Seahawks and Cowboys. Get ready to re-watch Romo's botched field goal snap from last year on Sportscenter over and over!

EDIT: Of course, considering that would only happen if Seattle and Dallas both win next week, I may be getting ahead of myself ever so slightly.

EDIT 2: Thanks, NBC, for being the first ones to show the aforementioned Romo gaffe. And during the Steelers/Jags, no less!

(edited by It's False on 5.1.08 2031)


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    Originally posted by It's False
    That interception with six minutes to go was absolutely awful and Cris Collinsworth's description of it as a "fair catch" wasn't too far off. Just terrible.


It was a poorly thrown ball, but if Moss had bothered to turn around and look for the ball at all, instead of just giving up on the play, he would have had a play for it.



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    Originally posted by CRZ
    Man, that Seattle defense...they could cause Favre a lot of trouble. (I still like the Packers' chances.)

Let's see, my boys have basketball tourneys next weekend, and I have tickets for a 3:30 appointment at Lambeau.

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    Originally posted by It's False
    Get ready to re-watch Romo's botched field goal snap from last year on Sportscenter over and over!



Thats assuming they remeber any team other than the Pats is playing that week.

Assuming of course the Pats beat the Jags.
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    Originally posted by CRZ
    OMG GUYS THEY LOST BY 21 DO YOU BELIEVE

    I guess he could only do so much from beyond the grave.

    Man, that Seattle defense...they could cause Favre a lot of trouble. (I still like the Packers' chances.)


I love the Redskins. They are my favorite team and always will be. That being said, I laughed out loud when I read this. I guess I'm ready to move on :)



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Good gawd, there were two WILD momentum shifts in this one. That was not good for my heart, nor my cold ravaged throat. I might not be able to speak tomrorrow, but that's my own fault for screaming at the walls in the mancave like I was at the freaking game. I couldn't believe Suisham missed that "gimmie" FG. That certainly didn't lose the game for the 'Skins, but it was the start of the momentum shift that kept the our D's spirits up and finally woke the offense up for a little bit. Obviously, I hope Matt can somewhat exercise the "We want the ball and we're gonna score" demons in Lambeau next week, but regardless, I'm expecting a competetive game.

I'd wish you good luck "bad daddy," but my heart wouldn't be in it, so I'll just say have a safe trip and I hope the beer goes down smooth and the brats are extra tasty.



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    Originally posted by Sec19Row53
    Let's see, my boys have basketball tourneys next weekend, and I have tickets for a 3:30 appointment at Lambeau.

    I'm a bad daddy.


Seattle-Washington kickoff was at 1:30 and IJ's fifth birthday party started at 4:00, meaning we had to leave the house at 2:00 to have time to make stops for cake, balloons, and stuff. That would have been super-rough if it was the Patriots playing today.

This was the second year in a row a Seahawks game was during IJ's party, although this year her actual birthday is today.

EDIT:

    Originally posted by brick
    Assuming of course the Pats beat the Jags.


THAT was a bit early, wasn't it? Shapiro's got to be flipping out, I'd imagine. (29-28 at the 2:00 warning as I type this)

(edited by JayJayDean on 5.1.08 2025)


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I was at my dad's place watching it on his big freaking TV (35 inch flat to my 27 in flat.) we seriously thought the game was over after that screwy punt that was knocked down by the wind and over Nate Burleson's head. After the missed FG it was still kinda touch and go until the interception for the TD and then Big Play Babineaux at the end of the game. Just awesome!



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    Originally posted by CRZ
    Man, that Seattle defense...they could cause Favre a lot of trouble.


That first half *terrified* me. Seattle's D-Line were frickin' BEASTS. Thank God Holmgren called off the dogs in the second half. Think we can convince him that the first half is the second? Or Matt that the regulation is OT?



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    Originally posted by DrewDewce
    Good gawd, there were two WILD momentum shifts in this one. That was not good for my heart, nor my cold ravaged throat. I might not be able to speak tomrorrow, but that's my own fault for screaming at the walls in the mancave like I was at the freaking game. I couldn't believe Suisham missed that "gimmie" FG. That certainly didn't lose the game for the 'Skins, but it was the start of the momentum shift that kept the our D's spirits up and finally woke the offense up for a little bit. Obviously, I hope Matt can somewhat exercise the "We want the ball and we're gonna score" demons in Lambeau next week, but regardless, I'm expecting a competetive game.

    I'd wish you good luck "bad daddy," but my heart wouldn't be in it, so I'll just say have a safe trip and I hope the beer goes down smooth and the brats are extra tasty.


Let's hope Matt exercises those demons. Also, that the beloved Cowboys beat the Giants to set up the opportunity for Romo to exercise last season's playoff butterfinger demons against Seattle. One game at a time though, I guess, as I hate playing a team in the playoffs that you beat twice during the season (the G-men).




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