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    Did Ben throw this game?

    Two of those fumbles were flipped behind his back. Looked intentional. Either hes trying to get Haley fired or himself traded.

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    Ben played poorly but I don't believe the fumbles were intentional.

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    um really?

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    Intentional???

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    Im being serious. Watch the replay angles from behind. On both it looks lime he flipped the ball backwards. Is it possible he wants Haley out of here so much he would try and get him fired?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7 UP View Post
    Two of those fumbles were flipped behind his back. Looked intentional. Either hes trying to get Haley fired or himself traded.
    It appeared that way didn't it?

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    it does look like the first fumble he did but from behind we cant see the defender knocking it out which is what happened

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobby View Post
    it does look like the first fumble he did but from behind we cant see the defender knocking it out which is what happened
    I thought it looked like that too. But when you watch the replay you realize the Bear guy punched the freaking thing out of his hands and made it look like he flipped it backwards.

    Way to much pressure all game. Near impossible to win a professional game with that level of O line play. Actually, the interior of the line, while not flawless, was at least decent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keyplay1 View Post

    Actually, the interior of the line, while not flawless, was at least decent.
    I was watching the NFL Network breakdown following the game, and they were saying the interior of the line was the biggest part of the problem, allowing pressure on Ben up the middle all game long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradshawsHairdresser View Post
    I was watching the NFL Network breakdown following the game, and they were saying the interior of the line was the biggest part of the problem, allowing pressure on Ben up the middle all game long.
    Why some of you need to hear this from a bunch of experts and not be able to see this yourself is beyond me. The NFL Network guys weren't on the field during the game. They were watching it on a television.

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