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Danny Amendola and Dashon Goldson both admitted after their respective teams played to a 24-24 tie on Sunday that they didn’t know that outcome was possible. Amendola, who had 11 catches for 102 yards in his first game back from injury for the St. Louis Rams, reportedly did not know the game would end after the first overtime. Here’s what SI/NBC’s Peter King reported: Amendola just told me he thought there was going to be a second overtime. Didn’t know it was over till he heard from an official. — Peter King (@SI_PeterKing) November 12, 2012 The only comforting news for Amendola is that he is not alone. San Francisco 49ers safety Dashon Goldson, who had eight tackles in the game, admitted his shock over the contest’s outcome. “I didn’t know you could tie,” he said, per Cam Inman. “When I saw both sides walking onto the field, I was like, ‘Where’s everybody going?” The only bright side is that Donovan McNabb now has some company in his dubious club. You figure after McNabb was ridicu
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Yesterday, the San Francisco 49ers and the St. Louis Rams game ended in a 24-24 tie, the first since 2008.
While most NFL fans knew the possibility that the game could end in a tie, it appears that 49ers safety Dashon Goldson and Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola weren't aware of that fact:
“I didn’t know you could tie,” Goldson said, per Cam Inman. “When I saw...
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