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I really hope chapman comes back healthy so he can show Johnson how to play nt

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This is different, coming out hot after halftime.

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All you Powers haters can shut up for this small moment!! :). Gavin :)

hopefully thats not his last Int of the season but great play

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Hills had one good block on 1 play and hustled the play out...McGlynn....back in....

Brown with the blitz pick-up! Good job DB!

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