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2014 NFL Week 11 Game Recaps

Buffalo Bills 5-5-0
Miami Dolphins 6-4-0

Game Recap: MIAMI- The biggest headline heading into this game was at the running back position. Fred Jackson was ruled inactive for the Bills meaning third string running back Anthony Dixon will start for Buffalo. Backup Lamar Miller will play for the Dolphins tonight at running back with Knowshon Moreno injured. How would Dixon and Miller do for their teams tonight?

Ryan Tannehill began the game on a high note completing his first eight passes. One of those completions resulted in a first down on 3rd and 24. He threw an incompletion on a 3rd down which forced the Dolphins to settle for a field goal. Miami took 8 minutes and 20 seconds to get 3 points on a 14 play drive.

Buffalo had a drive that lasted 6 minutes and 27 seconds that resulted in a field goal. Both teams had 1 long drive that lasted over 6 minutes each. Miami had their second scoring chance heading into the second quarter. Ryan Tannehill fumbled the ball on a quarterback scramble on third down in the Bills red zone as Buffalo got a turnover to prevent the Dolphins from gaining the lead.

Buffalo took 9 minutes and 24 seconds to get a second field goal which put them up 6 to 3. With less than 4 minutes left in the first half, you really have to credit both quarterbacks for executing long drives limiting the opponents overall time of possession.

Both teams struggled to score on their first drives in the second half. Buffalo got a field goal on their second series to gain a 9 to 3 lead.

Buffalo did not score again after a 9-3 lead. The Dolphins got the first touchdown of the game when Ryan Tannehill threw the ball to Brandon Gibson. Dolphins led 10-9.

Buffalo Bills left end Mario Williams got 2 sacks. For the Dolphins their best players were cornerbacks Brent Grimes and Cortland Finnegan. This cornerback tandem gave Kyle Orton fits in the second half even though they did
Kyle Orton threw an intentional grounding pass. That gave the Dolphins a 12-9 lead on a safety and the ball back. Funny thing is Jarvis Landry fumbled it on a kickoff and the Bills got the ball back on a fumble.

You thought the Bills would score here, but they did not. Landry redeemed himself in the fourth quarter when he scored a touchdown to put the Dolphins up 19-9. Dolphins won 22-9.

E.J. Manuel may start in week 12. Doug Marone will get fired if the Bills do poorly since there were reports in training camp that the players did not respond to him.

The best player in this game was without a doubt Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill finished the game 26 for 34 after completing his first 8 passes. He threw for 240 yards, 2 touchdowns, and no interceptions. Tannehill showed incredible composure for a quarterback that took five sacks. The NFL Network crew rewarded Tannehill with numerous items.

The first item Tannehill received is Michael Irvin coasters. They are coasters for drinks not coasters for snorting cocaine. Only reason I bring this up is because Irvin did get busted for cocaine in the past. I know Tannehill will not make a bad choice. I would be a lot more concerned if Johnny Manziel got those coasters. Tannehill also got a mini Marshall Faulk Indianapolis Colts bubblehead along with a DVD on how to play golf by Marshall Faulk. Tannehill also won a Deion Sanders Pop Warner photo with a trading card. Finally Tannehill won some Primetime Wheaties. They are called Primetime Wheaties since Deion Sanders used to be called primetime when he played for the Dallas Cowboys. Tannehill will continue to lead the Dolphins moving forward.

Minnesota Vikings 4-6-0
Chicago Bears 4-6-0

Game Recap: CHICAGO-This piece was posted by Jesse Lucas. Lucas posted 4 game recaps this week and this was the first of those four game recaps. Chicago was winless at home entering todays game. After beginning the season 0-3 at Soldier Field, could the Bears finally win a home game?

The Vikings scored the first points in the game behind the leg of Blair Walsh for a 50 yard field goal. Vikings led 3 – 0.

Less than a minute later the Vikings would score again. Teddy Bridgewater found Rhett Ellison in the end zone for a 7 yard touchdown pass. Vikings led 10 – 0.

The first points for the Bears came in the second quarter. Jay Cutler connected with Alshon Jeffery for a 27 yard touchdown pass. Vikings led 10 – 7.

With right around 3 minutes left in the quarter Jay Cutler hits Brandon Marshall for the Bears second touchdown of the game. Brandon Marshall makes an amazing catch here and gives the Bears the first lead of the game. Bears lead 14 – 10.

The third quarter was quiet but the Bears made the first points of the fourth quarter. Jay Cutler hits Brandon Marshall again this time for a 4 yard touchdown pass. Bears lead 21 - 10.

The Vikings score the final points of the game here with a 26 yard field Goal by Blair Walsh. Bears won the game 21 – 13.

The Bears managed to pull off a win at home against the visiting Vikings. I say managed because it wasn’t a pretty game at all. Jay Cutler threw two interceptions and of his 3 touchdown passes 2 of them need to have the credit given to the receivers route the Vikings 21 – 13. Ryan Mundy sealed the deal with an interception in the end zone with only a few seconds left in the game.

Alshon Jeffery exceeded 100 receiving yards and caught a receiving touchdown. Marshall caught two receiving touchdowns. Running back Matt Forte ran for over 100 rushing yards. Awesome job by Marshall, Jeffery, and Forte making Jay Cutler’s job easier on Sunday.

Thanks to this win. Both teams are 4-6-0. Chicago owns the tiebreaker, and both teams will meet in Minnesota in week 17 of the 2014 NFL Season on December 28th.

Houston Texans 5-5-0
Cleveland Browns 6-4-0

Game Recap: CLEVELAND-Ryan Mallett made his first start for the Houston Texans. Houston did not have running back Arian Foster in the lineup either.

The one guy that stepped up in Cleveland was 3-4 left end J.J. Watt. The game was so ugly, Browns fans were like Watt the hell just happened. Watt began the game by catching Ryan Mallett’s first career passing touchdown in the NFL. If I told you Watt would have caught Mallet’s first career touchdown you would have called me crazy.

Watt also contributed on defense with a sack and a forced fumble. Cleveland’s backup right guard had no chance against Watt. Watt got by right tackle Mitchell Schwartz and managed to get some hurries on Brian Hoyer.

Houston now 5-5 back in the thick of things as Mallett give the Texans hope moving forward. Cleveland had a chance to gain some traction in the AFC North and establish themselves as that team. The Browns did not capitalize as the Texans get the victory.

Philadelphia Eagles 7-3-0
Green Bay Packers 7-3-0

Game Recap: GREEN BAY-This was the second game Jesse Lucas covered in week 11. Aaron Rodgers threw 15 touchdowns and 0 interceptions in 4 contests at Lambeau Field heading into Sunday. Would that streak continue against the Eagles?

I don’t think many people expected the Eagles to win this game, but I think even fewer people expected them to get blown out so badly. The Packers just completely beat the Eagles in every facet of the game. Offense, Defense, Passing, Running, you name it the Packers won it. Mark Sanchez looked more like New York Mark Sanchez than the California USC Mark Sanchez which is very bad news for the Eagles and Eagles fans.

Green Bay took care of business early. Dropping 17 unanswered in the first quarter showed that the Eagles were in for a long day. Mason Crosby kicked a 27 yard field goal. Aaron Rodgers threw a 6 yard touchdown to DaVante Adams which put the Packers up 10-0. Micah Hyde returned a 75 yard punt for a touchdown. Green Bay led 17-0.

The Eagles scored a field goal early in the second quarter. Aaron Rodgers threw his second touchdown to Jordy Nelson in the second quarter. Eddie Lacy ran for a receiving touchdown that put the Packers up 30-3 in the second quarter before the Eagles kicked a field goal at halftime.

Crosby kicked another field goal in the second half. Then Julius Peppers took a 52 yard interception back to the end zone. This put the Packers up 39-6 in the third quarter. Green Bay won 53-20.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers had the best game among individuals at Lambeau Field on Sunday. Rodgers went 22/36 with 3 passing touchdowns, and no interceptions. Rodgers got all of his receivers involved. Both Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson exceeded 100 receiving yards. DaVante Adams caught a receiving touchdown as well.

Seattle Seahawks 6-4-0
Kansas City Chiefs 7-3-0

Game Recap: KANSAS CITY-You knew this game would come down to who would execute in the running game. Marshawn Lynch or Jamaal Charles. Whoever had the bigger day on the ground would be on the winning team.

Jamaal Charles had the only score in the first quarter that resulted in a one yard rushing touchdown. Scoring first allowed the Chiefs crowd to get into this game.

Second quarter, Russell Wilson threw a passing touchdown to Doug Baldwin. Seahawks tied it up at 7. Jamaal Charles helped the Chiefs regain the lead. Charles finished the day with 20 carries, 159 rushing yards, and 2 rushing touchdowns.

Seattle got two field goals to wrap up the first half. The Chiefs led by one with a 14 to 13 lead at halftime.

Kansas City got a field goal before former Chiefs Tony Moeaki gave the Seahawks a 3 point lead putting Seattle up 20 to 17. The Seahawks led by a field goal after 3 quarters. Russell Wilson finished the day 20 for 32 with 178 passing yards, 2 passing touchdowns, and 0 interceptions.

Fourth quarter, Knile Davis gets a rushing touchdown. Davis put the Chiefs up 24 to 20. One player that stood out for the Chiefs was left tackle Eric Fisher. Fisher did an excellent job pass blocking, run blocking, and zone blocking against Seattle.

On defense a guy that stepped up was nose tackle Dontari Poe. Poe sacked Russell Wilson once. He used the zero technique to take Seahawks’ center Max Unger out of the game who left the contest with an ankle injury. Running back Marshawn Lynch had 124 rushing yards, but no rushing touchdowns thanks to Poe clogging the lanes up front.

Seattle is now 6-4 thanks to the loss on Sunday. Seattle needed to win on the road to maintain a shot of competing in the NFC West division.

Atlanta Falcons 4-6-0
Carolina Panthers 3-7-1

Game Recap: CAROLINA-The winner of this contest had a chance to put themselves in position to challenge the Saints for first place. Neither one of these teams played each other yet. Atlanta was 3-0 against NFC South teams heading into Sunday. How would Atlanta do on Sunday?

Atlanta won this game with the leg of Matt Bryant. Neither team scored in the first quarter, but kicker Matt Bryant nailed three consecutive field goals following a Graham Gano field goal in the second quarter which gave the Panthers a 3-0 lead. Rowdy White caught the first touchdown of the game in the third quarter which put the Falcons up 16 to 3.

Cam Newton threw two passing touchdowns in the fourth quarter after a rocky start. Newton’s touchdowns gave the Panthers a one point lead. Late in the fourth quarter, Bryant converted his fourth field goal which gave the Falcons a 19-17 lead over Carolina. Atlanta won by two points and improves to 4-6 on the year. The Falcons now 4-0 versus NFC South teams are right back in the mix to win the NFC South.

Cincinnati Bengals 6-3-1
New Orleans Saints 4-6-0

Game Recap: NEW ORLEANS-New Orleans was too good to lose back-to-back games on the road. Right?

New Orleans opened the game with a field goal before the Bengals scored 20 consecutive points. Two field goals by kicker Mike Nugent along with a couple of touchdowns by tight end Jermaine Gresham gave the Bengals a 20 to 3 lead after 3 quarters.

In the fourth quarter Brees threw a passing touchdown to Kenny Stills. Bree finished the day 33 for 41 with 255 passing yards, 1 passing touchdown, and no interceptions.

A.J. Green dominated in the fourth quarter. Green finished with 6 receptions, 127 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown. Quarterback Andy Dalton finished the day 16 for 22 with 220 passing yards, 3 passing touchdowns, and 0 interceptions. Running back Jeremy Hill had 27 carries for 152 rushing yards. Hill did not have a rushing touchdown, but he did enough to put Dalton in a position to win this contest.

The most amazing thing is that the Bengals defense failed to record a single sack, yet the Bengals still won this game in convincing fashion thanks to having a ton of playmakers that stepped up on offense in addition to the balance. The Saints had trouble establishing a running game while Hill had a few big runs to create separation out of the backfield.

New Orleans lost a second straight contest at home and lost their edge. Atlanta defeated New Orleans at the Georgia Dome back in week 1. Now that Atlanta is 4-0 versus NFC South teams, you have to think the Atlanta Falcons control their own destiny.

There were rumors that A.J. Green would leave the Bengals to play for the Colts in the offseason heading into the 2014 NFL Season if Dalton did not win a playoff game after Dalton received his huge contract. Dalton did what needed to be done, and now the Bengals are in first place in the AFC North once again.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-8-0
Washington Redskins 3-7-0

Game Recap: WASHINGTON-I believed Washington had a chance to be a dark horse leading up to Sunday. With Robert Griffin III coming off a bye week you thought he may have a chance to revert to the breakout star he once was during his rookie season.

First play of the game Washington has the ball. Robert Griffin III threw a pick. That interception set up a Tampa Bay field goal. Later in the first quarter, RGIII with another bad pass. Boundary cornerback Jonathan Banks returned this interception for a touchdown.

Second quarter, Tampa Bay fumbled a punt return. Kai Forth kicked a 47-yard field goal that was no good. Buccaneers got a field goal on the following possession. Robert Griffin III threw a touchdown which made it 13-7 at halftime.

One guy sealed Washington’s fate in the second half after Griffin had such a lousy first quarter. This player on Tampa Bay’s offense was wide receiver Mike Evans. Evans had 7 receptions, 209 receiving yards, and 2 receiving touchdowns as Tampa Bay won 27-7.

Neither McCown or Griffin is capable of starting. One of these guys will get another year simply because there are not enough quarterbacks worthy of being drafted in the NFL. The quarterback that gets another year to start will probably be Griffin, even though one could argue that McCown is more qualified to start after watching the Redskins embarrass themselves at FedEx Field on Sunday.

Denver Broncos 7-3-0
St. Louis Rams 4-6-0

Game Recap: DENVER-Jesse Lucas gives us his third of four game recaps from Sunday. Denver knew they needed a win to go to 8-2. You would think this would be easy win. There is no way this is a trap game right?

If I had to pick one team to almost shut out Peyton Manning and the Broncos it definitely would not have been the Rams. It didn’t help that the Broncos lost two of their key players to injuries. This loss could very well have meant that the Broncos will not get the #1 seed in the playoffs and could have huge implications for the rest of this season.

The Rams got on the board first with a 37 yard field goal by Greg Zuerlein. Rams led 3 – 0

The Rams got the next points too via a 63 yard touchdown pass from Shaun Hill to Kenny Britt. Rams led 10 – 0.

The Rams got the first score in the second half as well. Greg Zuerlein kicks a 29 yard field goal. Rams led 13 - 0.

The Broncos finally got on the board with a 42 yard touchdown pass from Peyton Manning to Emmanuel Sanders. Rams led 13 – 7.

The Rams scored the only points in the third quarter behind the leg of Greg Zuerlein and a 22 yard field goal. Rams led 16 – 7.

The Rams scored the first points of the fourth quarter as well. Greg Zuerlein nails another 55 yard Field Goal. Rams led 19 – 7.

The Rams scored the last points of the game and seal up the victory against the Broncos. Greg Zuerlein hits yet another field goal this time from 53 yards out. Rams won 22 – 7.

One guy that stepped up was wide receiver Kenny Britt. Britt had 4 receptions, 128 receiving yards, and 1 receiving touchdown. Britt was a huge reason why the Rams won on Sunday.

San Francisco 49ers 6-4-0
New York Giants 3-7-0

Game Recap: NEW YORK-Eli Manning could not do any worse than Peyton Manning right? It would be interesting with Aldon Smith returning.

The 49ers defense played with a lot more intensity on Sunday. San Francisco won this game with defense and special teams.

Having Smith back was huge. Aldon sacked Eli in the third quarter. The funny thing is Eli Manning threw 4 picks and the Giants still had a chance to win before Eli threw an interception in the goal line. Manning finished the day with five interceptions.

Kicker Phil Dawson hit three critical field goals in New York after kicking a game-winning field goal in overtime. Colin Kaepernick avoided throwing an interception, but it was defense and special teams that won this contest for the 49ers.

San Francisco is now 6-4 just like the Seattle Seahawks. The New York Giants fall to 3-7 and this is the worse start the Giants have had under current head coach Tom Coughlin. Coughlin is as good as gone in New York. Another big concern was the injury Odell Beckham Jr. suffered. The status of Beckham remains uncertain. For now the Giants look like the team to beat.

Oakland Raiders 0-10-0
San Diego Chargers 6-4-0

Game Recap: SAN DIEGO-Last time these teams played you saw an offensive shootout in Oakland. Maybe this contest would be a defensive slugfest in San Diego.

First play of the game, Stephen Wisniewski snaps the ball to Derek Carr. It is a fumble and it results in the Chargers recovering the fumble. A few plays later Malcolm Floyd caught a 22 yard receiving touchdown that put the Chargers up 7 to 0 in the first quarter.

If Oakland does not fumble on the opening play like Peyton Manning in Super Bowl 48 maybe the Raiders win. Philip Rivers dealt with injuries near the end of the game. The bottom line is the San Diego Chargers won 13 to 6 after Rivers dealt with an injury in the fourth quarter.

Oakland plays the Kansas City Chiefs this Thursday Night. This is a chance for the Raiders to win at home. There is nothing worse than going winless, and the Raiders have a chance to do that with only 6 games left to get one win.

Detroit Lions 7-3-0
Arizona Cardinals 9-1-0

Game Recap: ARIZONA-The Detroit Lions drafted Drew Stanton who was 2-1 in relief of Carson Palmer in 2014. Now Stanton would face the quarterback who replaced him Matthew Stafford with home field implications on the line. Who would have figured that Stafford and Stanton would ever play in a game with home field implications. Detroit had to win this game right?

Not necessarily. San Diego had Malcolm Floyd step up at home. For Arizona it was wide receiver Michael Floyd that stepped up. Floyd caught two passes for 54 receiving yards and 2 receiving touchdowns.

On defense you saw cornerbacks Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie stepped up once again. These cornerbacks have been on a hot streak the last month after a rocky start in late September and early October. Arizona is now 9-1 thanks to Michael Floyd and these cornerbacks who kept both Johnson and Tate to under 60 receiving yards. Neither Lions receiver scored a receiving touchdown and both receivers combined for 100 receiving yards as Johnson had 59 receiving yards while Tate posted 41 receiving yards. Cardinals win 14 to 6.

New England Patriots 8-2-0
Indianapolis Colts 6-4-0

Game Recap: INDIANAPOLIS-Jesse Lucas posted his final game recap. This game had as many playoff implications as pretty much any game this year in the AFC. After the Broncos loss to the Rams a win in Indianapolis could all but guarantee the Patriots the #1 seed in the AFC playoffs. But if the Colts can get the win at home they can make the chase for the #1 seed very interesting. That would make it a four way tie for the lead in the AFC.

Of all the possible stars in this game no one thought one of the highest performers would be Jonas Gray for New England. He ran all over the Colts and set the Franchise record for most TD rushes in a single game. There was a lot of bad blood between these two teams and you saw that on the fight in the multiple confrontations they had on the field in between plays. Two very talented teams came into this game, and the better team came out on top. The Patriots route the Colts to take a stranglehold and the driver seat in the AFC with only 5 weeks left till playoffs. Patriots win 42 – 20.

The Patriots were rewarded for an 89 yard drive with a 4 yard touchdown rush by Jonas Gray. Patriots led 7 – 0.

The Colts answered back fairly quickly with a field goal after a 67 yard drive. Adam Vinatieri squeezes the ball just inside the right upright and puts the Colts on the board. Patriots led 7 – 3.

The Patriots get a second touchdown on a 2 yard rush by Jonas Gray. After a 68 yard drive the Patriots are leading the Colts 14 – 3.

With less than a minute left in the half the Colts answer back with a touchdown of their own. Andrew Luck hit Hakeem Nicks for a great 10 yard touchdown pass. Patriots led 14 – 10.

The Patriots again get the first score of the quarter. After driving 80 yards on only 8 plays Tom Brady finds Tim Wright in the back corner of the end zone for a 2 yard touchdown pass. Patriots lead 21 – 10.

The Colts are able to drive 40 yards to get inside field goal range. But the Patriots defense stops them short of a touchdown. Adam Vinatieri kicks a 53 yard field goal. Patriots led 21 – 13.

Tom Brady led the Patriots on another 80 yard drive. It ends with Jonas Gray finding the end zone for a third time in the game. Patriots lead 28 – 13.

The Colts got another touchdown right after the start of the fourth quarter. Andrew Luck throws a 1 yard touchdown pass to Anthony Castonzo. Ya, that’s right, the Left Tackle. Patriots lead 28 – 20.

Jonas Gray again gets the ball on the 1 yard line for the touchdown run. That brings his total to 4 touchdown rushes. Patriots lead 35 – 20.

Someone besides Jonas Gray finally gets into the end zone for the Patriots. Tom Brady connects with Rob Gronkowski for a 26 yard touchdown pass. On this pass Gronkowski breaks 4 tackles to get into the end zone. Patriots win 42 – 20.

Jonas Gray had a monster game. Gray ran the ball 38 times for 199 rushing yards and 4 rushing touchdowns. Gray scored enough touchdowns to make the Cookie Monster known as Jim Irsay salivate by drooling about Gray on the Colts while eating cookies.

Pittsburgh Steelers 7-4-0
Tennessee Titans 2-8-0

Game Recap: TENNESSEE-This feels like a home game for the Steelers. The Titans wore white jerseys instead of their typical blue. Pittsburgh wore black and yellow instead of white in three consecutive home games where the Steelers offense tore it up.

Le’Veon Bell showed a lot of patience running for two first downs on the Steelers opening drive. Running back coach James Saxson who coached Adrian Peterson in Minnesota and offensive line coach Mike Munchak the Titans former head coach do not get enough recognition for the work they do. Same could be said about quarterback/wide receivers coach Randy Fitchner.

William Gay caught a pick 6 from Andrew Luck when lining up as a field cornerback. Gay returned a pick 6 to put the Steelers up 10-0 in the first quarter. If Jake Locker is healthy you might as well start him. Zach Mettenberger is a joke.

Tennessee got their act together. Wide receiver Kendall Wright made two critical catches to move the chains before rookie Bishop Sankey ran for a rushing touchdown. Offensive linemen left tackle Taylor Lewan, left guard Andy Levitre, center Brian Schwenke, right guard Chance Warmack, and right tackle Michael Oher all played phenomenal on the second drive following the pick six by Gay.

Pittsburgh sold the run on the previous drive to set up the play action pass where tight end Heath Miller made two critical first downs. The first play came against a weak Titans strong safety that came in as a backup to replace Bernard Pollard. The second Heath Miller first down came on a play where Miller used his route running to create separation from Jason McCourty only to be tackled by safety Michael Griffin. Miller got a mismatch away from Griffin once again, and Roethlisberger recognized that.

It was first and goal for the Steelers before the Titans held Pittsburgh to a 3 and out. Pittsburgh settled for a field goal as 6 of their 13 points in the first quarter came off field goals.

The first quarter saw both quarterbacks show flashes of potential. Neither team punted the ball in the first quarter.

Tennessee showed some ability to recover with another strong drive. The Titans continued to do a good job blocking on offense. Excellent play calling near the goal line by defensive coordinator Dick Lebeau forced the Titans to settle for a field goal.

The Titans cornerbacks stepped up in the second quarter. Blidi-Wreh Wilson had two pass breakups and got some action at the field cornerback position covering Antonio Brown. Jason McCourty picked off Roethlisberger as both cornerbacks rotated in coverage at times. McCourty’s interception prevented a Steeler touchdown.

William Gay jumped a route. Nate Washington caught an 80 yard reception as this blocking continues to do an awesome job. Mettenberger threw a touchdown to Washington that gave the Titans a 17 to 13 lead at halftime as the Titans will get the ball in the second half.

In the third quarter Zach Mettenberger threw a second passing touchdown to Chase Coffman. The Titans led 24 to 13 after three quarters. Hard to believe the Titans kept the Steelers scoreless for two quarters.

That changed in the fourth quarter when Leveon Bell got his first rushing touchdown. Pittsburgh got more confidence once Bell got into the end zone. Then Antonio Brown got the go ahead touchdown. Le’veon Brown finished the day with 33 carries, 204 rushing yards, and 1 rushing touchdown. Franco Harris and Jerome Bettis never ran for 200 yards in a single game. Bell did that showing that he will thrive with a running backs coach like James Saxson.

Pittsburgh did not have Ike Taylor, Troy Polamalu, Ryan Shazier, or Jarvis Jones. All four of these skill players return following the bye week in week 13.

Two players that stepped up on the offensive line were center Maurkice Pouncey and right guard David DeCastro. When you draft interior offensive linemen in the first round of the NFL Draft you will get premium run blockers.

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