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Prepare for the invasion of the backup quarterbacks. Ben Roethlisberger, Jay Cutler and Michael Vick have all been ruled out for this week’s games, meaning at least one backup will be starting each of the remaining prime time games for Week 11. Two on Monday night if Alex Smith is not cleared to play. The decision on that had yet to be made as of fapping time on Friday afternoon.
While the quality of the passing attacks is likely to suffer, the quality of Sexy Friday is always strong. Smooth segue, right? That’s right. No jarring mental transition for you when you click through all those sexy pictures. I know how that can ruin it for you.
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