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who do you think will have a big game tomorrow

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who do you think will have a big game tomorrow

I think Ap is gonna kill the browns d-line,


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if your gonna pick your own

if your gonna pick your own player...why even post this?

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i will say Devin Hester. he

i will say Devin Hester. he will have someone who can throw him the deep ones and could have a huge game.

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I think these guys will have

I think these guys will have big games.

QB: Drew Brees: 300+ pass yards, 2-3 TDs passes, maybe an interception.
QB: Tom Brady: 300+ pass yards, 3 TDs, as long as no one takes out his knee
RB: Adrian Peterson: 125 rush yards, 1-2 TDs
RB: Ray Rice: 90+ rush yards, 1 TD, 50 receiving yards, 0-1 TD
WR: Randy Moss: 100 receiving yards, 1-2 TDs
WR: Calvin Johnson: 100 receiving yards, 1 TD
WR: Chad Ochocinco: 90-100 receiving yards, 1 TD
TE: Dallas Clark: 75+ receiving yards, 1 TD
TE: Jason Witten: 75+ receiving yards, 1 TD
K: John Carney: 2-3 FGs, 4 XP
DEF: Ravens: 4 sacks, 2 INT, 1-2 fumble recoveries, 1 TD, 7 points allowed

Others that will have surprisingly big games:
QB: Hasselbeck, Palmer, Schaub, Sanchez
RB: Kevin Smith, Felix Jones, Leon Washington, Cedric Benson
WR: Michael Jenkins, Derrick Mason, Jerricho Cotchery, Laurent Robinson, Jerheme Urban (if Boldin sits out)
TE: Owen Daniels, Vernon Davis, Brent Celek, Tony Scheffler
K: who cares
DEF: Seahawks, Bengals

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And as far as playing

And as far as playing basketball is concerned, Gibson has been pretty solid his first three seasons. Granted, it’s been hard to get a great read on how productive he could really be since he’s spent almost his entire career as Carlos Boozer’s backup, but he’s talented enough on both ends of the floor to be a starting NBA power forward for a lot of teams in this league.

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