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Fox: "Best Offense ive had as a head coach". Article

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good read, thanks, I some how missed that one

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I like Muhammads comment at the end

So did I. The team is really great but this is where it really counts and I'm glad Muhsin realizes that.

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Nice read. Lots of good quotes in there.

This is the best offense we've had under fox. And it's playing well. On top of that, we get our defensive line whole again, which is a damn good thing.

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God bless...i'm just ready to PLAY!!!!! :D:D:D:D:D:D:D

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I like Muhammads comment at the end

I did as well, but I do feel that 2003 had a better receiving corps, primarily because of the presence of Ricky Proehl.

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I did as well, but I do feel that 2003 had a better receiving corps, primarily because of the presence of Ricky Proehl.

Ricky Proehl! I almost forgot about him man, best reciever ever.

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This team has been special since we saw how they handled training camp. We get credit for our offense but a lot of folks still are underestimating us.

I wish the oddmakers were doing the same.

While most of the pundits don't give us much of a chance, when money is on the line we are one of the favorites. Here is what you would return with a $100 bet on your team:

Cardinals- 3000

Ravens-750

Panthers-450

Giants-275

Eagles-750

Steelers-400

Chargers-900

Titans-550

http://www.betvega.com/super-bowl-odds.html

Those 40-1 odds at the begiining of the season look really good now for folks who made that bet.

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