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03 Oct 2009
Mike debates how much credit ----- ----- deserves in this week's matchups piece for the New York Times.
Posted by: Mike Tanier on 03 Oct 2009
3 comments, Last at
04 Oct 2009, 8:02am by
Brilliant stuff. And the advantage of having Times readers is that they are able to correct your French.
But if Garçon starts hanging out with a certain Bengals receiver, perhaps he will metamorphose into Pedro Chico.
Look for lots of non-nourishing handoffs as each team tries to establish the run in accordance with N.F.L. traditions. After that outdated strategy is abandoned, the scoring will commence.
...and he has the athleticism to sprint off the field quickly when the Dolphins switch to the Wildcat every third play.
I love it.
The Vikings need offensive line help, while the Bears, Lions, and Packers have significant defensive concerns.
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