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After bringing you a midseason awards show last week, Dave and Cooper return to their normal schedule.They are providing you with survivor and upset picks as well as previewing what to watch and the game of the week.There are a few big games on tab this week, many of which have big playoff implications. It is still a little bit early, but every game is getting more and more important with each passing week.Here is your first and 10 Week 10 preview.What to Watch Cooper:Is Case Keenum Legit?After starting the season as Houston’s third-string quarterback, Case Keenum has taken the league by storm over the past couple of weeks. Despite losing both games, the sophomore has kept the Texans in each game against two playoff teams. He will face another very tough defense in Arizona this Sunday and will make me a believer if he can continue to have success.Green Bay Without Aaron RodgersThe Packers looked lost on Monday night after Aaron Rodgers went down with an injury. They would end up los...
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