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St. Louis Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan is the veteran in a young secondary, and he knows that the Dallas Cowboys passing offense will be a good test.
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  • The entire Rams Team is weak, all I seen was Rams player on their backs against the Cowboys...Weak might be the wrong wording, lack stability and balance...if you stay low and mean you won't accept defeat...Let's get nasty for the rest of the season.
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