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hey about rashard mendenhall

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hey about rashard mendenhall

hes killin them chargers right now.


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Yeah he is playing well
Yeah he is playing well
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i hope

he plays well next week. so his value can go higher.

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I think he probably will.

I think he probably will. After this game he will definitely be the starter from here on. Willie Parker probably won't get many carries anymore.

Plus truth...I told u about the Bills....they are DONE haha.  Their defense is pure trash & their offense is stinky 

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yeah

but i cant start medenhall over cj .but yeah you was right about the bills. i thought they would at least come to play against the fins. and lee evans and t.o are horrible. but ima start lee next week only because hes going up against the browns.

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yeah good game but i would

yeah good game but i would trade him now the offensive line destroyed the Chargers weak line they wont do that as well against better teams. still a good player though wish i had kept him but i had to pick up Coffee.

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I think he probably will.

I think he probably will. After this game he will definitely be the starter from here on. Willie Parker probably won't get many carries anymore.

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lol

lol

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Just

Just

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but i cant start medenhall

but i cant start medenhall over cj .

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wow

wow

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I think he probably will.

I think he probably will. After this game he will definitely be the starter from here on. Willie Parker probably won't get many carries anymore.

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wow

wow

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