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  1. #16
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    Re: Superbowl Replay + SoundFX



    I know the fake FG is coming up. I don't care that it failed - I will love that call forever.

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    Re: Superbowl Replay + SoundFX

    How bad of a game did Culliver have?!?!

    He was just getting worked all night.
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    Re: Superbowl Replay + SoundFX

    And after his comments...bad deal for him.

    I hope they'll put SoundFX on the NFL website, as I don't have NFL Network
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    How bad of a game did Culliver have?!?!

    He was just getting worked all night.
    He had the most mouth to get schooled the way he did. He should get a game ball!

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    Re: Superbowl Replay + SoundFX

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    How bad of a game did Culliver have?!?!

    He was just getting worked all night.
    Some people laughed when I told them before the game that San Fran's corners were weak and that we'd throw on them with great success.




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    Re: Superbowl Replay + SoundFX

    Quote Originally Posted by alienrace View Post
    Some people laughed when I told them before the game that San Fran's corners were weak and that we'd throw on them with great success.
    I said the same thing. Before the game started, I said that Flacco would get 3 td's. I just didn't realize it would be all in the first half. lol




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    Re: Superbowl Replay + SoundFX

    bump......

    Replay on tonight!

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    Re: Superbowl Replay + SoundFX

    Yea replay is on tonight and after is the SoundFX version. I already have the game recorded, I'm DVRing the SoundFX!




  9. #24

    Re: Superbowl Replay + SoundFX

    Quote Originally Posted by rlh445 View Post
    Yea replay is on tonight and after is the SoundFX version. I already have the game recorded, I'm DVRing the SoundFX!
    I think the actual "replay" that airs tonite is a streamlined version with some different camera angles, and the small box where player interviews pop up. So its not exactly the same as just the game replay, so you should dvr that too




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    Watching now

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    On that second down on our second possession Culliver's hold on Torrey stopped him from a sure thing TD and was no call. That Crabtree hold was nothing compared to that play.
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    I still can't believe we won the freakin Super Bowl. Don't wake me up!


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  13. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Sirdowski View Post
    On that second down on our second possession Culliver's hold on Torrey stopped him from a sure thing TD and was no call. That Crabtree hold was nothing compared to that play.
    I was thinking the exact same thing, Simms called it

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    I loved that pick play where boldin dropped it


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    The more I see that fake field goal the more I think tucker should have gotten that first down. He panicked when Willis was in his face slowed down, shuffled his feet, then got tackled. He should have planted his left foot and drove upfield. Understandable though, the guys not use to those situations.
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