Boston Globe Uses Slaton as Springboard.......

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

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    for the necessity for a "dynamic duo" running back tandem in the NFL. There are numerous supportive examples given and quotes throughout from other various team representatives on it's importance for both security and success.

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    I must say that a newspaper from the city of the greatest NFL franchise in contemporary times writing a story which features the Texans running back drafted last year and the success he's had in the league so far is about as heady as it can get for the time being. We've come a ways.
     
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    What's truely pathetic is the fact that that newspaper writes better articles about our team than our own paper. It would be nice if we could get a sports writer that actually cared about their job.
     
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    You know I was reading couple things the other day in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinental and thinking why can't we have journalists who can write as well as these people ? Actually guess my thought is more on quality than content.
     

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