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Maybe you knew this, but I didn't. With all the goal line replays over the years, last night's was the closest to getting in the end zone and we know this because the NFL has a chip in the football apparently...?
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theBru13 months
Do they provide salsa to the guy who gets the game ball?
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Zzyzx13 months
If there’s a chip in the ball how come they still use chains for 1st downs....
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soccerfüt13 months
“My Three Sons” had a Chip in it for all 13 Seasons.
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chalmetteowl13 months
Nice block in the back by 51
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Sevensblue13 months
The chip should measure the inflation of the football too right coach belicheck
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Shotgun Willie13 months
players have chips in them too
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Yeti_Chaser13 months
It does not say anything about this play being the closest to getting in the endzone
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jbird713 months
They also rig the games
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CAD703X13 months
That Bills opening play kick-off return is like a page out of a fairytale!
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CAD703X13 months
Why don't they just say 22 inches instead of 0.6 yards? i guess it doesn't sound as dramatic or close.
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atltiger648713 months
as for the chips, they'd have to have chips along the entire surface of the ball, because you don't know what part of the ball will be facing the goal line.
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TaderSalad13 months
Ot under the center lace
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atltiger648713 months
it's moronic to stretch the ball like that, particularly in traffic, unless it's 4th down. The risk of a fumble, as we saw, is high. It shocks me that players continue to do this, and coaches don't forbid it.
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TigerCoon13 months
And you don't leave it hanging out there. You stretch it out quick, and then pull it back, like Drew Knees used to do it.
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Koolazzkat13 months
We ain’t believing this none!
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Gaston13 months
Where in the ball is the chip?
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