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TeamComment1.Erring is human. Aaron is not. At least not Aaron Rodgers.2.Jim Harbaugh says why ask for a fair shake when you can give a fierce one?3.Ravens have LB Edgar Jones, RB Anthony Allen, but alas, Poe.4.,strong>Lions'</strong. 0-16 season feels like it was a Millen years ago.5.Steelers taking flack over Flacco's fourth-quarter comeback.6.Maybe Julio Jones was worth mortgaging the future of the franchise.7.Saint Carl Nicks is a singular offensive lineman as opposed to multiple Kringles.8.Texans are 6-3 for the first time in franchise history.9.You can't spell elite without E-L-I. Of course those letters spell L-I-E, too.10.Dalton peppers opposing defenses, shows surprising seasoning for a rookie.11.Beavis rhymes with Darrelle Revis while Antonio Cromartie is fit to be Butthead.12.There's no defense for the Pats. None. They're allowing most yards in the league.13.Bill-t to last? Not looking that way after last week's loss to the Jets.14.Matt ...
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The Green Bay Packers destroyed the Vikings last night. It started early as Randall Cobb returned a punt 80 yards for a TD after the Packers’ D stopped the Vikings on their opening drive. The Packers didn’t look back. Aaron Rodgers completed 23 of 30 passes for 250 yards with 4 TD passes and 0 INTs. He also carried the ball 6 times for 21 yards (3.5 ypc) in this game...
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Len Pasquarelli polled 20 personnel men and executives to identify his midseason all-pro team. There was only one unanimous selection. No surprise, it was Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.