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(By David Scott, firstname.lastname@example.org) Before he intercepted Washington Redskins quarterback John Beck last Sunday to tie the Carolina Panthers' franchise record, cornerback Chris Gamble had gone 19 games without intercepting a pass.It was the longest drought of his six-year career. And since that last interception - which came late in 2009 season against New England - had put him on the doorstep of Panthers history, Gamble had dealt with plenty of frustration.
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When John Beck leads the Washington Redskins against the Buffalo Bills in Toronto on Sunday, it won’t mark the first occasion, or sport, in which he has against Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Growing up about half an hour from Phoenix, Beck and Fitzpatrick have known each other since they were roughly 7 and 8 years old.
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