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Vince Wilfork is worried about your brisket

Vince Wilfork cares about you. Yes, you — well, more aptly he cares about your dinner and its quality. So, when he noticed some Texans fans leaving early on Sunday night he had one concern. “I hope their brisket turned out OK.” The Texans were down by 14 points late on Sunday night when fans began leaving. There was only 7 minutes left on the clock and Houston had only scored nine points at that time.
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