The NFL’s version of the mercy rule

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  9. […] guys as well, but I didn’t even get to see the last 8 minutes of the 4th quarter because CBS rightfully cut away from a blowout.  Former champion Cullen Jenkins seems to get it, too.  I’d like to go back to watch that […]

  10. KD says:

    Mercy is for the weak. We do not train to be merciful here. A man face you, he is enemy. Enemy deserve no mercy.

    1. Kenata says:

      Bet the eagles would want some “luck” now.

  11. ameer says:

    I remember when they did that in the cowboys rams game. It doesn’t feel any better when your team is the one that’s “comfortably ahead”.

    1. David K says:

      Yea… I’m uhhhh… pretty sure it feels better when you’re team is the one blowing out the other team….

  12. tuna83 says:

    I sure hope we figure it out. Damn birds really let me down. I just wanna win. I don’t care how anymore…

  13. tuna83 says:

    Remember when we let Dawkins go… Simply cause we were so good that HE was a liability on defense? I just watched Dawkins make an awesome tackle then right after that Bunkley and then on the very next pl ay… Joe Mays gets it in.

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