KC 35 NO 10

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KC 35 NO 10

Postby Yimme » Thu Apr 02, 2009 3:22 am

There was a lot a TO for NO. MR. Brown look good. It seemed like he quit at the end which was week. He did fumble alot.

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Re: KC 35 NO 10

Postby Endzone2Endzone » Thu Apr 02, 2009 3:28 am

Well done son, bgboud2 was tuff last season sounds like you got a lot of breaks tho. Hard to believe bgound would give up at the end like that. I hope you didn't pad your stats too much.
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Re: KC 35 NO 10

Postby bgboud2 » Thu Apr 02, 2009 3:55 am

I did give up.
I lost my 56MS return man to injury again. I forced 2 punts in the first half but lost 2 fumbles, the second of which was on his punt at the end of the half to my backup return man, which he takes in for a 14-10 lead. After Favre threw an INT after the second half kickoff, I didn't care and was ready to end it.


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