Video: Talk about a comeback. Sometimes, the scoreboard in a multiplayer match isn't very encouraging -- in this case, it suggested that Blue team was going to lose. Red team, after all, only needed a few more kills to take the win. But instead of giving up, David Scaggs went out and gave it his best shot. He ends up with a ten-man killing streak that actually turns around the entire match for his team. Damn! That's some good shooting right there.
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