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I wonder what the score would be if Mack was still injured. He and Wilkins have been great outlets for Reich.

 

This defense is going to be such a difference this year. It feels like Darius Leonard has already watched this game already. It will be great for the defense's confidence if they can shut out for the rest of the game and not give up a TD. 

 

Haven't felt this optimistic for the future in a long time.

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