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Each week we will analyze the defenses and provide our take on which RBs you should start and which should be benched based on matchups with stout run defenses, stubbed toes, potential weather problems, conduct code violations etc. Those that own Reggie Bush (vs Buffalo), Trent Richardson (vs Denver) and John Dwyer (vs Cincy) should consider their alternatives as the difficult matchups will likely limit those 3 RBs to lower end RB2 status at best.
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The Miami Dolphins are still alive in the race for the final playoff spot in the AFC. Before the 2012 season, starting a rookie quarterback, with a rookie head coach, did you think we’d be saying that in week 16 of the season? It’s even crazier when you think that the Dolphins could be a game or 2 better if they hadn’t let overtime games slip away to the Cardinals and Jets...
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For the first six weeks of the season, the Seattle Seahawks run defense was among the best in the NFL.
In the eight games that have followed, the Seahawks have statistically been among the worst.
For one, the Seahawks have played some really good running backs and been hurt by big gains from Adrian Peterson, Frank Gore and Reggie Bush.
But there are some concerns...
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RG3 practiced today and all indications are that the superstar will be back under center for the Redskins game against their division rival, the Eagles. If he’s in there, he’s in your lineup. Hope he doesn’t end up back on the injury report with stomach cramps after scarfing down one of the baby sized burritos.
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