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Who suffered the most painful loss this week?


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Who feels the worst today after yesterday?  

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  1. 1. Who feels the worst today after yesterday?

    • Green Bay Packers
      12
    • San Diego Chargers
      19
    • Dallas Cowboys
      21
    • Cincinnati Bengals
      7
    • Denver Broncos
      2
    • Other
      2


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SD by far.

 

They still have a bunch of very tough games ahead, they are looking up at the divison. DAL is in a weak conference and can still make a push to the playoffs, SD is going to have a tough time of it to get into the playoffs now.

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I voted SD.

A lucky bounce for the Eagles gives them the victory.

Very tough loss.

Went with them over the Cowboys game because the Cowboys were tied before the int that cost them the game.

 

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Definetely they battled all game and lost because of a bad bounce.

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I voted Dallas for obvious reasons...their pain was DOUBLED by the Eagles getting that W. Although, to be honest, I didn't expect that Dallas would win there. But it would have been better had they just gotten stampeded by SA, rather than have it end the way it did.

 

When does Billy Cundiff come back anyway? That Cortez dude is JUNK!

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San Diego. The game was all but over multiple times.

They were up 14 to 10 with 1st and goal at the 1 yd. line with 9 minutes left....ended up with a FG because of a hold.

Up 17 to 10 at their own 20 with six minutes left, the ball gets deflected and picked off.

Then, after stopping Philly in their own end on 4th and 1 with 3 minutes left, everyone knows about the blocked FG and then Caldwell's fumble.

 

As a Charger fan, that was much too painful.

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Can't believe all the San Diego votes. Philly beat one guy. LT was defeated and the whole Charger team just tagged along.

 

The Cinci Defeat means so much more. They were flying high and everybody was saying stuff like "This is not your father's Cincinatti Bengals!" They just got SERVED by the REAL class of the division. They just found out that they are still eating the dust that gets kicked up when the Steeler fans start waving the Terrible Towels. Must sock to be a Bengal today.

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Can't believe all the San Diego votes. Philly beat one guy. LT was defeated and the whole Charger team just tagged along. 

 

The Cinci Defeat means so much more. They were flying high and everybody was saying stuff like "This is not your father's Cincinatti Bengals!" They just got SERVED by the REAL class of the division. They just found out that they are still eating the dust that gets kicked up when the Steeler fans start waving the Terrible Towels. Must sock to be a Bengal today.

 

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The Bengals are still 5-2..still 1st in their division. the loss hurt them but not like this 1 did the Chargers who fell to 3-4 in a very competetive divison. plus they(the Chargers) thought they had this win. the Bengels knew they had no chance at the end of the 4th quarter.

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The Bengals are still 5-2..still 1st in their division. the loss hurt them but not like this 1 did the Chargers who fell to 3-4 in a very competetive divison. plus they(the Chargers) thought they had this win. the Bengels knew they had no chance at the end of the 4th quarter.

 

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If you put it this way, I can certainly see how the SD loss was the most painful of the bunch.

 

If you look at the way the game was played out, it just happened so fast for San Diego which was shocking; however, it would have been 20-13 with about 3 minutes left. Plenty of time for many teams to drive down the field and score the game tying touchdown.

 

In any case, all of these games were painful for the losers in their own way. I feel for San Diego and the packers. Not so much for the Cowboys. :D

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Considering all they've been through, the Saints got screwed yesterday by the instant replay system in St. Louis. I was there, and it was obvious at regular speed that Conwell was down on a play that the refs let stand when a Ram took the ball from his hands and took it all the way for a TD. A potential 14-point swing if the Saints continue their drive and score.

 

Probably not a playoff situation, but they have to be thinking "what's next?" :D

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