Found October 04, 2011 on Pro Football Talk:
I wrote a quick State of the Redskins post Tuesday to look at the team during their bye week. Now I’m thinking this idea could work for every team during their bye. (As long as I’m not too lazy to follow through with the idea.)  Next up: The 3-1 Baltimore Ravens. Ravens are early AFC North…
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