If mother knows best, the penalty that would have given the Patriots one last chance against the Panthers should have stood.
His arms finally free, Rob Gronkowski clapped when he saw the yellow flag in the end zone. The Patriots would have one more chance to win. Seconds later, that chance was lost.
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So last night I went to my first Bobcats game to see what all the fuss, or lack thereof, was this season. A few words came to mind as I watched the Bobcats taking on the Bulls: lackluster, uninspired and pathetic. So here is my recap of one of the worst basketball games I have ever seen.
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The Super Bowl has been broken down for two weeks straight right now, but I would be beside myself if I didn’t throw my two cents in, again. Besides, football season is almost over, and then what am I going to write about, the Bobcats? So here is my position-by-position break down of what I am calling the “g-match.”