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Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk must see something that most of the football-watching world is missing. Faulk made a bold prediction on Sunday morning, taking to Twitter to predict the Patriots will rush for more than 100 yards against the Cowboys, who have the NFL's top rushing defense. "The most they have given up is 74 yards to the 49ers," Faulk noted in his tweet. Faulk did not elaborate. One possible explanation is that Faulk expects more big things after BenJarvus Green-Ellis carved up the Jets for 136 yards last week. But New England's success on the ground...
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