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22 Dec 2004, 01:37am by Michael David Smith

Every Play Counts: Ogden vs. Freeney

It was a Sunday night matchup of epic proportions, but not the one that matched the MVP against the defensive player of the year. Instead, we focused on a huge left tackle taking on a speedy pass rusher in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.

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15 Dec 2004, 12:37pm by Michael David Smith

Every Play Counts: Philly's Run D

Trying to figure out Jim Johnson's defense? It's Tricky. But another Christmas without Hollis is gonna make opposing NFC teams say "Hit It, Run." Now the Eagles have 30 Days to solve their Run D problems, or My Adidas are gonna walk through doors and roam all over Lincoln Financial Field's floor. Michael David Smith takes a closer look at the one place where the otherwise dominant Eagles Be Illin'. It's Like That, and that's the way it is.

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08 Dec 2004, 11:40am by Michael David Smith

Every Play Counts: Unsung Steelers

Can you be the best team in the league if you don't have any stars? Absolutely. We discuss how the Steelers might be in the process of doing just that in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.

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01 Dec 2004, 11:31am by Michael David Smith

Every Play Counts: Indianapolis O-Line

Sure, Peyton Manning is going to set the NFL record for most touchdown passes thrown in one season. But what about Tarik Glenn? He's going to set the NFL record for most touchdown passes blocked for in one season. Shouldn't he get some attention? He gets it in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.

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24 Nov 2004, 11:51am by Michael David Smith

Every Play Counts: Mike Wahle

He goes 6-6, 307. He went to Navy. He wouldn't fit too well in a submarine, but he fits perfectly in the Green Bay Packers' blocking scheme. He's guard Mike Wahle, the subject of this week's Every Play Counts.

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17 Nov 2004, 11:39am by Michael David Smith

Every Play Counts: Marcus Stroud and Grady Jackson

When Sports Illustrated convened a panel of experts to choose the league's top players, Marcus Stroud was an easy choice at defensive tackle. But was that choice justified? Or does a certain Green Bay Packer identified by Football Outsiders last year deserve a closer look? Find out in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.

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10 Nov 2004, 12:02pm by Michael David Smith

Every Play Counts: Ray Lewis

Why didn't the Browns double-team Ray Lewis on Sunday night? Because they know he's gone from the best defensive player in the league to just another solid player on the league's best defense. We discuss the man who now plays second fiddle to Ed Reed in this week's installment of Every Play Counts.

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03 Nov 2004, 01:58pm by Michael David Smith

Every Play Counts Goes to College

Whose name will Paul Tagliabue call first when he steps to the podium in April? We make our guess this week as Every Play Counts switches from the pros to the college gridiron to look at the player who might represent the future of the Miami Dolphins.

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26 Oct 2004, 03:15pm by Michael David Smith

Every Play Counts: Michael Strahan

Why didn't Michael Strahan register any sacks on Sunday? What was the Lions' strategy for containing Strahan? And where does Strahan rank among the all-time greatest defensive ends? These questions are answered in the latest installment of Every Play Counts.

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20 Oct 2004, 06:15pm by Michael David Smith

Every Play Counts: Washington's Offensive Line

The famous Hogs were the anchor of Joe Gibbs' championship teams in Washington, and Gibbs has brought offensive line coach Joe Bugel back to the NFL with him. Michael David Smith looks at every play in this week's Washington-Chicago game and says that, for one week at least, the current Redskins line lived up swine standards.

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