Here’s a Picture of Casey Matthews Getting Swallowed Up On Michael Turner’s 61-Yard Run

Well, this pretty much explains it all.

How 61-yard runs occur.

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  • DeweyDuck

    That’s owned??!?!?!

    Free journalism just sucks.

    Please go back to message boards.

  • DeweyDuck

    That’s owned??!?!?!

    Free journalism just sucks.

    Please go back to message boards.

  • david.nick

    Your picture explains nothing except that you have an anti-Mathews bias. It’s a team sport, why single out one rookie 4th rounder for a hit job? The kid will grow as a pro just as his lousy brother, father and HOF uncle did. Good picture quality but unnecessary comment.

  • david.nick

    Your picture explains nothing except that you have an anti-Mathews bias. It’s a team sport, why single out one rookie 4th rounder for a hit job? The kid will grow as a pro just as his lousy brother, father and HOF uncle did. Good picture quality but unnecessary comment.

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