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    Exclamation NBC SPORTS Turning Point ED REED



    Awsome.

    Sidelines.. Ed Reed, " just gonna let him kick me man' you all just let him kick, do what he wanna do huh, It's his leauge. He looked right at me and threw his foot up, Com on, com on man???"


    I will see if they have an Online link.

    Replays tonight at 11pm

    Still on right now. 3rd QTR




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    Re: NBC SPORTS Turning Point ED REED

    Joe waving Buh Bye to the PATS fans!!! FKING AWSOME!!!




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    The pats defenders were talking about joe saying he will just stand in there and launch a ball when he's about to get hammered.


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    It's annoying that these episodes aren't on their website. I can't find them any where.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    The pats defenders were talking about joe saying he will just stand in there and launch a ball when he's about to get hammered.


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    But, but, but I thought he ws scared to take a hit. (sarcasm)




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    Quote Originally Posted by dscola31 View Post
    But, but, but I thought he ws scared to take a hit. (sarcasm)
    Yea according to pats fans flacco is soft. Lol fucking idiots


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    The pats defenders were talking about joe saying he will just stand in there and launch a ball when he's about to get hammered.


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    Yeah.. That show got me more fired up then any of the others.




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    What channel was this on? I couldn't find it for the life of me.




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    The Pats Announcers: "If you needed this game to convince you that Flacco was good, you don't know football."

    That was well worth the watch.

    It comes on again at 11, 12, and 1am on NBCSP.




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    Re: NBC SPORTS Turning Point ED REED

    Quote Originally Posted by kronusthebonus View Post
    What channel was this on? I couldn't find it for the life of me.
    http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/30092015/ns/sports/


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    The majority of the NFL might think Flacco isn't elite, but no one doubts his toughness. The guy hasn't missed a game in 5 full seasons, he's dealt with a shit OL, and generally, he holds the ball too long to make a play happen.

    He might not be impressing the analysts, but other players generally think he's doing something special.
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    Re: NBC SPORTS Turning Point ED REED

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    The majority of the NFL might think Flacco isn't elite, but no one doubts his toughness. The guy hasn't missed a game in 5 full seasons, he's dealt with a shit OL, and generally, he holds the ball too long to make a play happen.

    He might not be impressing the analysts, but other players generally think he's doing something special.
    http://articles.baltimoresun.com/201...acco-ray-lewis




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