This oughta cheer me up.

Seattle Seahawks – 21
Dallas Cowboys – 20

Holy frick was that an amazing game. Someone call the WAAAAAmbulance for poor Tony Romo who basically cost Dallas the game.

Congrats, Hawks. You got your name back. Barely.

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7 thoughts on “This oughta cheer me up.

  1. tleberle

    If whats-his-name makes that kick, Dallas goes up by +4, and we have to basically haul ass to cover 100 yards in a minute or so. With no time outs. That was exactly what had to happen for us to win.

    And now we get to watch the other teams beat up on each other, with an extra day of rest. I need it as much as they do.

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  2. usasatsui

    Since when are Field Goals worth 5 points?

    They would have been up by 2. Seattle would have only had to get to field goal range. Easily doable.

    Now, if they got that first down, it would have been over.

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  3. tleberle

    Right as I typed that, I knew it looked wrong. You’re right. With Josh Brown, all we have to do is get to the fifty and we’re golden.

    Follow-up trivia bit: In the beginning, the field goal was considered the harder of the two options to pull off, and was worth 5 points, as opposed to the easier touchdown, which was only worth four.

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  4. hsailormoon

    OMG!!! I saw that in the breakroom at work today!!! Dx

    SOOOO SO SO SO SO SAD!~~~ Poor guy~~~ I felt so bad for him! :((((

    Ah~ I was laughing when it happened, but like afterward, I felt so sorry for the kid. 😦

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  5. donaldduck5671

    more like paging 2 for the WAAAAAAAAAAAMobile.

    I would have put last night up with the 93 Turkey Day game versus the Fish(AKA Leon Lett Screws Up Deux) as one of my most heart-breaking as a fan of the Boys.

    But since TO has a star on his helmet, all I have to say as a Bucs fan is BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    The Original Donald
    somewhere Drew Henson and Mike Vanderjagt are laughing their asses off.

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