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Dolphins survive scare, beat Bucs, 25-23

It wasn't pretty. It wasn't a dominant performance. But it counts.

And so the Dolphins delivered a 25-23 victory Sunday in what reminds of victories over Seattle and Buffalo and St. Louis and San Francisco a year ago.

These are not masterpieces. But they are also not Ls.

The Dolphins had to drive 77 yards in five plays that took 1:04 to take the final two-point lead. The only reason those heroics were necessary is because quarterback Chad Henne threw an interception that set the Bucs off on a 26-yard drive that gave them a 23-22 lead.

Regardless, it is a victory.

And that's important because the Dolphins find themselves with a 4-5 record and in second place in the AFC East. The Dolphins and Jets both have 4-5 records but Miami beat New York twice this year.

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Is it NJ?

Pleasure

I am am all class
You punks are just @ss

Wow this stars character is a real loser, talking about class, you have none, watch your team lose with your other loser fans

Dont know who the poser is highjacking my screenname but Im outta here until the 4th qtr, when as Gen. Mac said, "I shall return" to again harrass you. LMFAO!!!

StarsAndStripes is going to star in the new little rascals move as...........

Spanky.

You all cry about different play books for Brady. Just excuses for you losing. Idiots

Dont know who the poser is highjacking my screenname but Im outta here until the 4th qtr, when as Gen. Mac said, "I shall return" to again harrass you. LMFAO!!!

Posted by: StarsAndStripes | November 15, 2009 at 10:11 PM

How dareb this idiot claim he is me. I am not leaving he is fake. I truly hate all of you

losing Idiots?

Like your dogs virginity?


There are laws against that u know.

Perv.

This is so funny, one of your own fans posing as me and harrassing you. Any posts in my name until the 4th qtr I assure you is one of your own nutty little squirrels. LMFAO!!!

LMAO!! Monkey don't GOOOoooo!!!

I smell dying breed, his little punk @ss is around

Does anybody know whats up with ronnie

Bradys bung smell good.

This is so funny, one of your own fans posing as me and harrassing you. Any posts in my name until the 4th qtr I assure you is one of your own nutty little squirrels. LMFAO!!!

Posted by: StarsAndStripes | November 15, 2009 at 10:15 PM

I thought the faker was leaving. I am the real StarsAndStripes. I actually HATE all of you. The faker can only copy me

“Bad ankle injury”

Don't worry we'll give him a pair of chin nut like we will to you we are equal opportunity around here!!

Squirrel taste like Brady jizzzzzzzz.

LMAO!!!

POOR STARSANDSTRIPPED, has no friends so he must feel lonely to come here as a (fan)??? and bother others. U should start ur own little blog Stars, namely THE BIGGEST LOSER!!!

NJ is here, becuase he also KillerDolphin.

Miami needs to find a way to not show their hand the first half of games. Maybe its the endurance of players on the team, maybe its the poor play calling, and maybe its both, but its time to change the strategy. If the coaches dont know how to readjust or just plain out refuse to readjust the game plan at halftime then just have a PLAN B. Chad P is not the QB anymore, and it seems as if the Dan Henning is using the same plays he set for Chad P. If the common viewer/fan ( ie myself) can figure out what Miami is going to do 75% of the time on offense, the coaches on the other side of the football field must be salvating at the chance to play Miami. Let me think for just a second hey on 3rd and 7 lets throw a 5 yard pass with less than 2 minutes left when we are in the lead by 6. UMM Throw the damn ball 30 yards or more to at least shut down the game with a reception or worse case scenario an interception that turns into the same as a short punt or maybe it turns into a incompletion. That is the kind of stuff that makes players look bad when in reality it's just Bad play calling. The receivers may not be the best in the league but are u kidding me!!!!!!!

Stars get out of the bathroom with that Details magizine with Brady on the cover!

Standley23 I will hit you in the mouth sooo hard, you be spitting out chiclets. hahahahahahhahahahaha

I Like Brady Jizz!

Chiclets rule.

The owner of the Patsies loves his NE fans so much that they don't even give them a covered stadium to sit in he makes them watch their Patsies in 20 below weather like the brainwashed sheep they are. Baaaaaa

I like young boys.

StarsandStripes,

"Can't we all, you know, just get along?

Go get donkey punched some more!

Brady looks like a young boy. YUMMY.

Temper, Temper! One of your many weeknesses.

"Can't we all, you know, just get along?

If you shower me with your jizz.

nice INT! Stupid run back.

Put that in your pipe Brady

Brady gets picked what a loose cannon

Going down to that new bar on the corner called the "Man Hole" gonna slurp me some Skeet.

Picken em apart.

Standley23 I will hit you in the mouth sooo hard, you be spitting out chiclets. hahahahahahhahahahaha

Posted by: StarsAndStripes | November 15, 2009 at 10:23 PM

I KNOW WHO POSTEDTHIS. IT IS NJ" SIGNATURE REMARKS......sptting out chiclets and saying hahahahahahahah

WTF kind of throw was that manning???? A dead duck???

Ya we called it earlier

Stars and stripes is a punk.

Here you guys go, read what Jetfans and Dolphin fans have in common.

This is straight from the Jet website:

It’s in the nature of fans to be optimistic. Even often disappointed Jets’ fans are subject to the influence. This past two weeks, the bitter taste of the last five games gradually slipped quietly out of the minds of Gang Green accolytes and was slowly replaced by a honeyed nectar of hopeful expectations. By game time, many Jets’ fans were confidently expecting an easy win. Unfortunately, nobody told the Jaguars.

Jets’ fans may have forgotten that the Jaguars had hope, too. Both teams fighting for a spot on the playoff-maybe list, the Jaguars came into the Meadowlands thinking they were also good enough to win. For the first two quarters, it looked like they were right.
In the early going, the Jets looked a day late and a dollar short on every unit. The offense again had no rhythm. Sanchez had happy feet, and he missed wide open receivers on the first three series accounting for an interception on the first play, and only ten points on the next two against a defense that showed no playmaking ability. While Thomas Jones ripped off big chunks every time he carried, there seemed no sustained inclination to run the ball down the defense’s throat—again.

On defense, the Jets were shredded by Jones-Drew right up the middle run after run, 55 yards on the first drive alone which ended with a 33 yard touchdown. He had 78 yards rushing in the first quarter. Meanwhile David Garrard kept making plays, including running for a touchdown, and looked the far more poised quarterback on the field.

On special teams, the Jags looked a lot closer to breaking one than the Jets, who benched Justin Miller for the game.

By the end of the first half, the Jets had been convincingly outplayed and trailed 21-13. It could have been worse. The Jags missed a 49 yard field goal.

So, that is where the season hung. Down by eight. Playing poorly against a team that was executing better than they were. Missing tackles. Failing to exploit their advantages. A quarterback who needed a checkup from the neck up. A defense that was being flat out dominated. An offense that has no motor.

Where it went from there would determine the season. A win, and they’re in the conversation. A loss, and it’s better luck next year.

The third quarter was awful to watch but it didn’t change the score at all. The first series of the second half for the Jaguars, three and out. So far so good but the Jets can’t do any better and have to punt. The Jags go three and out again and with the exchange of punts the Jets get the ball back on the Jacksonville 45. Looks good, right? Except the offense couldn’t see it. First down holding. First and Twenty. Second down Sanchez throws it right into the arms of a Jacksonville rusher, Groves, and he runs it back to the Jets’ four yard line. Then, just as things look the darkest, Jones-Drew fumbles on the two and David Harris recovers. But, could it mean something? Did the Jets have the will to make something of disaster averted? No. Not here. Maybe later. They fumbled back again, at the end of a long gain by Braylon Edwards. Does anybody want to win this game?

Then, as if a switch had gone on, the offense figured out how to play football. Sanchez’s happy feet had disappeared and they got a long drive going that consumed the rest of the quarter. It ran the length of the field but stalled just before pay dirt. They would settle for three. 21-16. Could they get the lead and win?

The defense would hold again, three and out and it would be up to the offense to get the lead. They drove down the field in nearly eight minutes and punched it in but there was a cost. On 1st and goal from the one, confusion led Sanchez to call the second time out. The first had also been burned in confusion by Sanchez and now they would be desperately short. When Braylon Edwards dropped the two point conversion, all the margin for error was gone. They had the lead but it was razor thin at 22-21.

Still, the defense hadn’t given up a first down in the entire second half. One more three and out and it’s over. Did the defense have another three and out in their bag? Nope. On a key play, not yet in field goal range, Kerry Rhodes blew a coverage and the Jags completed a pass over the middle that put them in range to win. After that, the time outs killed them. With two minutes to go, the Jaguars had a first down. If they didn’t blunder, they would win. They didn’t blunder, playing clever football and the Jets lost.

What can I say? I could say that the Jets, again, gave the opposing team too many breaks. Sanchez is reckless at times. It’s pretty clear he’s not seeing his secondary receivers. The team is starting games slowly, not just this week or after the bye, and Sanchez is not a confident passer, at least not until the third quarter. Their offensive playmaker, Leon Washington is missing and missed. Their run stopper, Kris Jenkins is missing and missed. The offense has no rhythm and seems to be looking to make plays, not drives. The defense is fragile up the middle. They make too many mistakes. In the last analysis, rookie quarterback, rookie coach, new defensive scheme, two key players gone, what did we really expect? Bottom line: they’re a mediocre club right now.

Still, it wasn’t going to take a coaching change alone to win. Not in this division, not with a rookie quarterback sixteen games from high school, not with an offense that only clicked once in the last four years, when Favre had Cotchery, Coles and Leon, not with a defense that had been nothing but inconsistent in the past, not with key injuries, not with a brash head coach who needs to learn to be the leader of a whole team. So let’s settle in, Jets’ fans. For those of you who are uninclined to blame this coach and this club for your past disappointments, let’s settle in and wait for the changes that will make for victory in the future. This season is over for lofty expectations. Let’s see what the future brings. As for the rest of you, the Bills can always use some fans. Or, you may want to get your Chad Ochocinco jerseys. Marvin Lewis has finally pulled it together after seven years. You might also root for the Saints. Sean Payton has put it together in his fourth year. Me, I’ll be here waiting for Rex to do it, maybe in his second year, maybe his third. See you when you get back. You won’t mind if I call you a front runner, will you?

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137 Responses to “Game Recap: Not Nearly Enough”
soldier in germany, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:44 pm Said:
I hear you man. some years the wins fall in place and some years they don’t. Lets all stick by our team through the thick and THIN.

steviek, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:47 pm Said:
still waiting for rhodes to make a play. not just a big play, any play.

Buddy, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:49 pm Said:
“maybe his second, maybe his third”

How can you make the assumption they’ll EVER put it together? After 40 years of this you think it’ll take another year or 2?

What if it takes another 40? I’ll come back then right before i die and happily be a front runner.

JAY, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:52 pm Said:
I CANT TAKE IT ANYMORE WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY???????

Doug, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:53 pm Said:
I will always and forever be an unwavering jets fan. No matter how much crap they put me through year in and year out. That being said, I’m furious and dissapointed. This is a team with immense talent. I still believe in Sanchez and think he will become a great QB, but the defense has no excuses. They don’t close when they chase the QB, they miss the first tackle regularly and they get tired and soft when the game is on the line that past few weeks. No excuses. This team has the talent to be one of the best in the league and they seem more interested in starting fights with the other team. Bravado is great and I like the team’s new attitude but back it up or shut your mouth. Especially Kerry Rhodes.

The season is over and I still need to endure 7 more games. I love the Jets and tomorrow I’ll be calmer and looking at the bright side as I tend to do, but for today I bring to the table that being a Jet fan is not an easy thing to do, Mr. Weiss. No real Jet fan will abandon the team, even if we want to we just can’t do it. But I can be frustrated and flat out angry with this season

spent, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:53 pm Said:
That’s it. For the first half of the season, I blamed bad breaks, bad luck, bad timing. Now it’s clear: The Jets are just a bad team. I’m putting all my Jets hats and Jets shirts in a box, taping it up, and stowing it in the attic. I’ve pissed away too many Sundays, hoping that this team would just play football instead of trying to pull the next big move. When they win a playoff game, I’ll watch again. And I don’t feel the least bit bad about saying that. They owe me. I don’t owe them. I’m all paid up. And they’ve got a lot of ground to make up. Waste of time.

ronnie, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:54 pm Said:
Hopefully the new stadium will bring new luck to this organization.

Rex Ryan has to watch what he says. If this team is very talented, and this team is only 4-5 then we have to blame the coach.

leon's legs, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:54 pm Said:
cant wait to start every NE pat and even fa pats on the wavier wire next week.. I dont even think im going to watch thats how bad i think it is going to be

steviek, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:54 pm Said:
and for all the schottenheimer haters…
he really called a good game. it shows a lack of knowledge. 20/20 hindsight is ridiculous and tiring. and play calling doesnt account for dropped balls.

lose the turnover margin, lose the game. it works out that way about 3 out of 4 times.

reality jet fan, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:56 pm Said:
FINALLY SOME REALITY BEING WRITTEN ON A JETS WEB SITE!

sexy rexy, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:57 pm Said:
i have been a jet fan my entire life and have dedicated myself to this team year round. i am done and will no longer watch a game or spend my hard earned money on this pathetic team. my closet and dresser will be emptied since it is filled with jets sh#t. im done!!!! the misery is over!!! im starting to crack a smile already! u guys should try it

ronnie, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:58 pm Said:
Hey, if the Pats lose tonight, and we beat the Pats next week. The week after, we play the Panthers and the Pats play the Saints, we could be in 1st place.
Lol jk That was the way I looked at it the past couple of losses, now I have given up. The Jets should just release/not play Sheppard to make sure we dont have to give up any higher draft picks for him. Let Lowrey start and see if he can start next season. Give S. Greene the ball much more.

reality jet fan, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:59 pm Said:
Pats 55 jets 0

It’s in the nature of fans to be optimistic. Even often disappointed Jets’ fans are subject to the influence. This past two weeks, the bitter taste of the last five games gradually slipped quietly out of the minds of Gang Green accolytes and was slowly replaced by a honeyed nectar of hopeful expectations. By game time, many Jets’ fans were confidently expecting an easy win. Unfortunately, nobody told the Jaguars.

Jets’ fans may have forgotten that the Jaguars had hope, too. Both teams fighting for a spot on the playoff-maybe list, the Jaguars came into the Meadowlands thinking they were also good enough to win. For the first two quarters, it looked like they were right.
In the early going, the Jets looked a day late and a dollar short on every unit. The offense again had no rhythm. Sanchez had happy feet, and he missed wide open receivers on the first three series accounting for an interception on the first play, and only ten points on the next two against a defense that showed no playmaking ability. While Thomas Jones ripped off big chunks every time he carried, there seemed no sustained inclination to run the ball down the defense’s throat—again.

On defense, the Jets were shredded by Jones-Drew right up the middle run after run, 55 yards on the first drive alone which ended with a 33 yard touchdown. He had 78 yards rushing in the first quarter. Meanwhile David Garrard kept making plays, including running for a touchdown, and looked the far more poised quarterback on the field.

On special teams, the Jags looked a lot closer to breaking one than the Jets, who benched Justin Miller for the game.

By the end of the first half, the Jets had been convincingly outplayed and trailed 21-13. It could have been worse. The Jags missed a 49 yard field goal.

So, that is where the season hung. Down by eight. Playing poorly against a team that was executing better than they were. Missing tackles. Failing to exploit their advantages. A quarterback who needed a checkup from the neck up. A defense that was being flat out dominated. An offense that has no motor.

Where it went from there would determine the season. A win, and they’re in the conversation. A loss, and it’s better luck next year.

The third quarter was awful to watch but it didn’t change the score at all. The first series of the second half for the Jaguars, three and out. So far so good but the Jets can’t do any better and have to punt. The Jags go three and out again and with the exchange of punts the Jets get the ball back on the Jacksonville 45. Looks good, right? Except the offense couldn’t see it. First down holding. First and Twenty. Second down Sanchez throws it right into the arms of a Jacksonville rusher, Groves, and he runs it back to the Jets’ four yard line. Then, just as things look the darkest, Jones-Drew fumbles on the two and David Harris recovers. But, could it mean something? Did the Jets have the will to make something of disaster averted? No. Not here. Maybe later. They fumbled back again, at the end of a long gain by Braylon Edwards. Does anybody want to win this game?

Then, as if a switch had gone on, the offense figured out how to play football. Sanchez’s happy feet had disappeared and they got a long drive going that consumed the rest of the quarter. It ran the length of the field but stalled just before pay dirt. They would settle for three. 21-16. Could they get the lead and win?

The defense would hold again, three and out and it would be up to the offense to get the lead. They drove down the field in nearly eight minutes and punched it in but there was a cost. On 1st and goal from the one, confusion led Sanchez to call the second time out. The first had also been burned in confusion by Sanchez and now they would be desperately short. When Braylon Edwards dropped the two point conversion, all the margin for error was gone. They had the lead but it was razor thin at 22-21.

Still, the defense hadn’t given up a first down in the entire second half. One more three and out and it’s over. Did the defense have another three and out in their bag? Nope. On a key play, not yet in field goal range, Kerry Rhodes blew a coverage and the Jags completed a pass over the middle that put them in range to win. After that, the time outs killed them. With two minutes to go, the Jaguars had a first down. If they didn’t blunder, they would win. They didn’t blunder, playing clever football and the Jets lost.

What can I say? I could say that the Jets, again, gave the opposing team too many breaks. Sanchez is reckless at times. It’s pretty clear he’s not seeing his secondary receivers. The team is starting games slowly, not just this week or after the bye, and Sanchez is not a confident passer, at least not until the third quarter. Their offensive playmaker, Leon Washington is missing and missed. Their run stopper, Kris Jenkins is missing and missed. The offense has no rhythm and seems to be looking to make plays, not drives. The defense is fragile up the middle. They make too many mistakes. In the last analysis, rookie quarterback, rookie coach, new defensive scheme, two key players gone, what did we really expect? Bottom line: they’re a mediocre club right now.

Still, it wasn’t going to take a coaching change alone to win. Not in this division, not with a rookie quarterback sixteen games from high school, not with an offense that only clicked once in the last four years, when Favre had Cotchery, Coles and Leon, not with a defense that had been nothing but inconsistent in the past, not with key injuries, not with a brash head coach who needs to learn to be the leader of a whole team. So let’s settle in, Jets’ fans. For those of you who are uninclined to blame this coach and this club for your past disappointments, let’s settle in and wait for the changes that will make for victory in the future. This season is over for lofty expectations. Let’s see what the future brings. As for the rest of you, the Bills can always use some fans. Or, you may want to get your Chad Ochocinco jerseys. Marvin Lewis has finally pulled it together after seven years. You might also root for the Saints. Sean Payton has put it together in his fourth year. Me, I’ll be here waiting for Rex to do it, maybe in his second year, maybe his third. See you when you get back. You won’t mind if I call you a front runner, will you?

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137 Responses to “Game Recap: Not Nearly Enough”
soldier in germany, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:44 pm Said:
I hear you man. some years the wins fall in place and some years they don’t. Lets all stick by our team through the thick and THIN.

steviek, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:47 pm Said:
still waiting for rhodes to make a play. not just a big play, any play.

Buddy, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:49 pm Said:
“maybe his second, maybe his third”

How can you make the assumption they’ll EVER put it together? After 40 years of this you think it’ll take another year or 2?

What if it takes another 40? I’ll come back then right before i die and happily be a front runner.

JAY, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:52 pm Said:
I CANT TAKE IT ANYMORE WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY???????

Doug, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:53 pm Said:
I will always and forever be an unwavering jets fan. No matter how much crap they put me through year in and year out. That being said, I’m furious and dissapointed. This is a team with immense talent. I still believe in Sanchez and think he will become a great QB, but the defense has no excuses. They don’t close when they chase the QB, they miss the first tackle regularly and they get tired and soft when the game is on the line that past few weeks. No excuses. This team has the talent to be one of the best in the league and they seem more interested in starting fights with the other team. Bravado is great and I like the team’s new attitude but back it up or shut your mouth. Especially Kerry Rhodes.

The season is over and I still need to endure 7 more games. I love the Jets and tomorrow I’ll be calmer and looking at the bright side as I tend to do, but for today I bring to the table that being a Jet fan is not an easy thing to do, Mr. Weiss. No real Jet fan will abandon the team, even if we want to we just can’t do it. But I can be frustrated and flat out angry with this season

spent, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:53 pm Said:
That’s it. For the first half of the season, I blamed bad breaks, bad luck, bad timing. Now it’s clear: The Jets are just a bad team. I’m putting all my Jets hats and Jets shirts in a box, taping it up, and stowing it in the attic. I’ve pissed away too many Sundays, hoping that this team would just play football instead of trying to pull the next big move. When they win a playoff game, I’ll watch again. And I don’t feel the least bit bad about saying that. They owe me. I don’t owe them. I’m all paid up. And they’ve got a lot of ground to make up. Waste of time.

ronnie, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:54 pm Said:
Hopefully the new stadium will bring new luck to this organization.

Rex Ryan has to watch what he says. If this team is very talented, and this team is only 4-5 then we have to blame the coach.

leon's legs, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:54 pm Said:
cant wait to start every NE pat and even fa pats on the wavier wire next week.. I dont even think im going to watch thats how bad i think it is going to be

steviek, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:54 pm Said:
and for all the schottenheimer haters…
he really called a good game. it shows a lack of knowledge. 20/20 hindsight is ridiculous and tiring. and play calling doesnt account for dropped balls.

lose the turnover margin, lose the game. it works out that way about 3 out of 4 times.

reality jet fan, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:56 pm Said:
FINALLY SOME REALITY BEING WRITTEN ON A JETS WEB SITE!

sexy rexy, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:57 pm Said:
i have been a jet fan my entire life and have dedicated myself to this team year round. i am done and will no longer watch a game or spend my hard earned money on this pathetic team. my closet and dresser will be emptied since it is filled with jets sh#t. im done!!!! the misery is over!!! im starting to crack a smile already! u guys should try it

ronnie, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:58 pm Said:
Hey, if the Pats lose tonight, and we beat the Pats next week. The week after, we play the Panthers and the Pats play the Saints, we could be in 1st place.
Lol jk That was the way I looked at it the past couple of losses, now I have given up. The Jets should just release/not play Sheppard to make sure we dont have to give up any higher draft picks for him. Let Lowrey start and see if he can start next season. Give S. Greene the ball much more.

reality jet fan, on November 15th, 2009 at 4:59 pm Said:
Pats 55 jets 0

Oh may God its official you are the king of the loser's

I might be a loser but I never lose a gulp of jizz?

Good one..

LMAOS, even you petty fish gave a better game than Colts are tonight.

Chocolate star fish kisser i hear your fav movie is Two girls one cup

My hands are kind of sticky; anyone got a wet nap?

Wet nap? Anyone?

Wes Welker, king of the bubble screen.
Know why you guys cant run it? You dont have Wes welker! LMFAO!!!

Hello?

My fingers keep sticking to the keyboard.

The Colts need to keep that pressure on Brady he will make mistakes nice stop Colts. Squeeze him like a ripe zit.

Once your one trick pony Wake learns more than one rush move he become a Robert Mathis too.

Looks like your hopes of moving a game closer to the mighty Pats just ended on that Manning pick. LMFAO!!!

Is Manning getting paid by the NFL to throw this game? What a duck he threw!

Hope your sorry players are watching the game to learn how to keep a lead once you get it. Still LMAO!!!

I FEEL SORRY FOR HENNE OUR COACHING STAFF HAS NO CLUE. 199 YARDS RUSHING OR NOT THIS OFFENSIVE LINE SUCKS THEY ONLY BLOCK GOOD IN WILDCAT IN THE REGULAR OFFENSE FORGET IT WHAT A DISGRACE

See you girls later this game is a wrap. Who are the jizz guzzlers now ladie boys? ROTHFLMFAO always at you gay day parade of fish!!!!!!!

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