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jake14wl

very interesting stat....

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Entering today's game Stewart, Williams, & Tolbert have a combined 6 yards rushing on 3rd down.

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meanwhile, on defense. how'd we win that one game against the saints? oh, that's right. half their team was suspended.

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Interesting is not the word I'd use to describe this stat.

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stats are for losers

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stats are for losers

I guess you're right. Cam puts up great numbers but generally loses.

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I guess you're right. Cam puts up great numbers but generally loses.

Ha...yep...thats an old John Fox quote. I actually enjoy looking at game and season stats.

Back to your stat though...im sure it is because we are usually faced with 3rd and long. We don't use backs often in that situation.

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