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Jackofalltrades

10-6

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10-6 should still get us a wild card berth with as screwy as the NFC is this season.

#KeepPounding

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I'd like to think so.

I'm just kinda feeling 8-8... :/

But, I'll be very happy with 10-6 if it can happen.

. o O (Let the draft talk begin)

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Most likely the only place we finsh first is in the Draft.

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Do you smoke or snort your meth?

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