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Todd Haley: Oh, so this is how it’s gonna be, is it? Moping around like a bunch of bar flies after all the good tail got claimed for the night. You ******* are harshing Boss Todd’s buzz. What is it? You’re down because we lost our walking assault charge? Listen, f*ckstains. We’re more than one man. We’re a system. A brilliant system of my design. If anything, losing Pig Ben has freed us. We don’t have to tie our attack to the skill set of a freelancing sack of potatoes. Now my true vision can be seen. Let the dinks and dunks reign! LEFTRIDGE! WHERE IS LEFTRIDGE? Byron Leftwich: Leftwich. Todd Haley: What was that? Byron Leftwich: Leftwich. My last name is Leftwich. Todd Haley: Listen up, Leftridge. You got some attitude and I don’t care for your tone. If I had my say, we’d have a real quarterback like Tyler Palko starting on Sunday. Now there’s a boy who can dink. Unfortunately, Boss Todd ain’t calling those shots… yet. He has to play the cards he’s dealt. That’s fine, though. I got
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