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  • RT @TheLydiaCruz: was chatting with Jacob Martin in the locker room when a sudden heckling sound appeared it was revealed to be one Mr. Bobby Wagner, grin plastered from ear to ear, yelling, “credit your coverage” and “thank your veterans, ROOK!” JM happily obliged the scene made my night
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  • RT @KevinShockey: Bobby Wagner. "We knew what plays they were gonna run and we knew when they were gonna run it. We had a good beat on them."
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  • Here’s the rule. Show me where he gained additional height
    Wait here's the rule (Article 17-3-1-h). Placing a hand or hands on a teammate or opponent to gain additional height to block or attempt to block an opponent’s kick or apparent kick, or in an attempt to jump through a gap to block an opponent’s kick or apparent kick
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  • Best angle I’ve seen. I was convinced it was a foul before seeing this. He did not gain any extra height by putting hands on his players. He just placed his hands on them. Actually went down, not up.
    Blocked field goal by Bobby Wagner... Here's the rule: Running forward and leaping across the LOS in an obvious attempt to block a kick UNLESS the leaping player was in a stationary position on the line of scrimmage when the ball was snapped. #Seahawks https://t.co/GjwS7l8Cek
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  • ?
    If I’m the #Bears. I don’t wanna host #Seahawks to start playoffs. Only way to avoid them is to beat #Cowboys to 3 seed
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  • Jason gets it
    How many folks have actually been criticizing NFL teams for not trying to keep up with the fast break offenses? Why not try to zag? Why not try to limit possessions, create turnovers and control the clock with a running game? Especially if that's in your head coach's DNA?
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