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Question of the Day - 11/27 "Twosday Twofer"

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Enjoy twodays "Twosday Twofer" :

1. HOW MANY copies of "Sports Illustrated" - with QB Andrew Luck as the "cover boy" - do you plan to purchase ??

2. Are you at all concerned about Andrew Luck's health this Sunday - facing the "NFL's dirtiest player" (voted by his peers) in Ndamakong Suh ??

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2 - one for me and one to mail to my buddy's son who is a saints fan

no. if suh hurts luck, the fine & suspension would be unprecedented

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1- As I have almost 0 chance to purchase SI, it is not fair to say no, but most likely I wouldn't do so.

2-I hope no. Luck has legs to escape, however he can't run forever. C'mon Guards!!! Wake up!!! You have some job to do... It's time to get down to it.

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1. 0, I had SI and I enjoyed it but it just got stale after a while.

2. Suh played well against a good Texans O-Line so I am a little concerned for Luck and how well he will do Sunday. I will commend Suh for playing with a chip on his shoulder and doing everything to win. Even if it is at the expense of his team.

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1. The one that I will get in the mail :)

2. I wasn't until I saw that Luck was going to be on the cover of SI. Hopefuly the curse will pass him by!!

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