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_Deuce_
1 month ago#11
FinalFantasyVII posted...
Internationally injured player makes bad play?

It's almost is if bounties increase your odds of winning...


What bounties?
The New Orleans Saints intentionally injured NFLb's feelings in the 2009-2010 NFC Championship Game.

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Muscles
1 month ago#12
Vikings and saints are garbage organizations
Muscles
Chicago Bears | Chicago Blackhawks | Chicago Bulls | Chicago Cubs | NIU Huskies

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_Deuce_
1 month ago#13
Muscles posted...
Vikings and saints are garbage organizations


....What is it you think the Bears are, then?
The New Orleans Saints intentionally injured NFLb's feelings in the 2009-2010 NFC Championship Game.

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Muscles
1 month ago#14
A historically relevant team, unlike the taints and viqueens
Muscles
Chicago Bears | Chicago Blackhawks | Chicago Bulls | Chicago Cubs | NIU Huskies

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_Deuce_
1 month ago#15
......what in the f*** have the Bears done to be relevant? Oh, remember that time the Saints finished what the Bears started though, by beating Indy in a Super Bowl?
The New Orleans Saints intentionally injured NFLb's feelings in the 2009-2010 NFC Championship Game.

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TheBloodyChamp
1 month ago#16
_Deuce_ posted...
......what in the f*** have the Bears done to be relevant?


Caused Drew Brees to throw the game losing INT in the 2006 NFCCG.
Kaepernick literally did what Joe Montana did - Conker
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