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philw5289

Nakamura starting this week

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Haruki Nakamura said coaches told him he is still starting this week, but they expect more out of him.

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The Panther coaching staff is truly incompetent.

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Seattle doesn't have much of a passing game. Let's just hope that Marshawn Lynch doesnt come running downhill at Haruki. I don't think we will like the results.

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"expect more out of you, like not blowing the entire game."

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Rivera must hate Sherrod Martin. Last year was bad, but NOTHING he did last year was as bad.as what Nak has done this year.

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