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Everyone:

 

This is what happens when you shut down Jamaal Charles. He has done nothing since his TD.

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Everyone:

 

This is what happens when you shut down Jamaal Charles. He has done nothing since his TD.

I think we're the only team that has successfully shut down Charles. Charles is their only offensive threat though. After that, their offense becomes mediocre.

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If we end up locked into the 4th seed...rest all injured players next week and play Luck a half.

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If we end up locked into the 4th seed...rest all injured players next week and play Luck a half.

That's why I'm cheering for the Ravens to pull out a win.

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Flipped over to Fox just as Romo throws a TD tie he game. Then a massive scuffle breaks out. Back to the Colts. :lol:

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