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AWESOME link for stats

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http://www.nfl.com/stats/statslab/details?statsType=team&teamId=ATL#seasonId=2012&seasonType=REG&week=16&teamId=CAR

Check it out, pretty sweet.

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DeAngelo vs Stew in 2012

http://www.nfl.com/stats/statslab/details?statsType=player&playerId=WIL221323#seasonId=2012&seasonType=REG&position=RB&player1=WIL221323&player2=STE770966&player3=&player4=

DeAngelo vs Stew 2011

http://www.nfl.com/stats/statslab/details?statsType=player&playerId=WIL221323#seasonId=2011&seasonType=REG&position=RB&player1=WIL221323&player2=STE770966&player3=&player4=

I think that maybe this would be a good way to settle arguments about stats... The link takes you right there...

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DeAngelo vs Stew in 2012

http://www.nfl.com/stats/statslab/details?statsType=player&playerId=WIL221323#seasonId=2012&seasonType=REG&position=RB&player1=WIL221323&player2=STE770966&player3=&player4=

DeAngelo vs Stew 2011

http://www.nfl.com/stats/statslab/details?statsType=player&playerId=WIL221323#seasonId=2011&seasonType=REG&position=RB&player1=WIL221323&player2=STE770966&player3=&player4=

I think that maybe this would be a good way to settle arguments about stats... The link takes you right there...

2011 and 2012. Double Trouble has accounted for 36% of our rushing TDs and 59% our rushing yards. Each individually have bigger contracts than almost every RB in the NFL. We need a special web page to link us to Hurney Magic Stats!

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never thought about going to NFL.com/stats for NFL stats

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holy poo. Stew had 47 receptions last season. Didn't know that.

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