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Hawks vs. Chiefs live game chat

Post by Eric Williams on Aug. 24, 2012 at 4:47 pm with 4 Comments »
August 24, 2012 4:47 pm

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  1. Halftime…. Wow.

  2. bbnate420 says:

    Halftime thoughts:

    McCoy has been very impressive the past 2 games. I now think they keep 4 TEs with Miller’s concussion history and Winslow’s knee history.

    Mike Morgan looks like a player.

    BI needs top develop a pass rushing move.

    TO may have just signed his ticket out of town? If it’s him or Edwards, it doesn’t look close right now.

    MOST IMORTANTLY, let the Russell Wilson era begin in Seattle. Will be interesting to find out about Flynn’s injury. We may still need him at some point this year. If he’s questionable they may need to keep TJack around for insurance.

  3. raymaines says:

    Late third quarter: Oh crzp! Kick me some butt.

  4. Macabrevity says:

    Guys, I’m stuck watching these games on Gamepass, and for some reason I keep getting the opposing team commentary.

    Tennessee was bad enough because all the talk was about their yup-yups fighting for roster spots…

    Denver had some great comments like:
    “Richard Sherman made the pro bowl last year”
    and
    “Seattle basically runs the same defense as Denver… a 4-3″

    KC comments were pretty biased:
    “If I’d have known complimenting Russel Wilson would make him throw a bad pass, I’d have been doing it from the start”
    And when Turbin started the 3rd quarter with an 8 yard run..
    “(KC defense) did a great job of stringing that run out”

    I’m getting so sick of listening to this garbage.

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