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bill.bittar

  • joined Nov 13, 2012
  • last login May 18, 2014
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Can Top Rushing Teams Win in the NFL? Let's Look Back to 2012

Stampede Blue writers and a number of analysts say running the ball and stopping the run doesn't win anymore in today's NFL because it's a passing league. In my opinion, if you are a top rushing...

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Offensive Linemen May Not be Sexy, but They Sure Make Everyone Else Look Good

I was excited to see Ryan Grigson targeting offensive linemen this weekend, but when I read and heard some of the draft analysis, there was talk of it no being "a sexy draft" for the Colts because...

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Similarities Between the AFC & NFC Championship Games

A few things in Sunday's AFC and NFC conference championship games were strikingly similar. Here's a list of things both games had in common: The winner scored 28 points The winner was coached...

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Colts Will Need Reliable Depth at Running Back Next Season

Vick Ballard was a nice surprise this year, racking up over 800 yards and running with power. But the rest of the backs had trouble staying healthy. Injuries plagued Donald Brown once again. The C...

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