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- Remember when Christian Ponder led the NFL in red zone efficiency?
- Oh god prepare yourself for the long snapper battle
- More NFL pain rankings
- As a reminder, Teddy Bridgewater is not good. Jaws doesn't think so, the NFL doesn't think so so you shouldn't think so
- Here's another interesting quirk in how Jaws ranks quarterbacks, by the way:
By playing 3 games with a 65.8 passer rating, Cassel moved up from 32nd to 24th in @jawsespn's list (h/t @Burnem83) https://t.co/jtyT9JjL28— Arif Hasan (@ArifHasanNFL) July 20, 2015
- I wrote about some dark horses to make the roster on offense, defense and some practice squad candidates.
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