Found October 19, 2012 on Gridiron Grit:
Sam Greenwood/Getty Images Follow @Dan Vasta and like Gridiron Grit on Facebook  O, boy o boy is this matchup the one to keep a close eye on! I kid because I care, but seriously these teams practically draw zero interest by the entire nation. After all, two of these quarterbacks have been brutal albeit one a bit more than the other. Jacksonville’s Blaine Gabbert could shock the nation by coming through on the road against a solid Oakland defense. They were able to pick off MVP candidate Matt Ryan three times in the first half last weekend, but they found a way to lose after Palmer threw a pick six and fumbled the ball away for almost another defensive TD. While Atlanta’s defense is one of the quicker units in the NFL, both of these teams can bottle up the opposing strengths. Darren McFadden and Maurice Jones-Drew happen to be two of the best in the business and it is all because they have the capability to take it the house on any given play. ‘Run DMC’ as he is known as is still att...
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