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Awesome stuff, thanks for posting!!! A 4-3 is an MLB's dream and a 3-4 is an OLB's dream, that's what I've seen/heard/thought of. I really love reading about the strategies in the NFL. It's good to talk about players and drafts and stuff like that, but I really love to read about the strategies that go into every play. Keep posting em as they come, please!

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