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November 30, 2008

Stewart had cramps; he's OK

Jonathan Stewart pulled up during his long run in the second quarter due to cramps in both his hamstrings. He said he probably didn't warm up enough and that he might have tightened up, since that carry was his first of the game. He's OK. Incidentally, had he scored, he would have tied Fred Lane's franchise rookie touchdown record of seven. -- David Scott

Posted by Observer Sports on November 30, 2008 at 07:41 PM | Permalink

Comments

1. Im not satisfied with defense, but they are almost guaranteed a playoff spot.

2. We have a 2,500yd+ QB 1000yd+ RB and a 1000yd+ WR along with a 700yd+ RB.

3. Though stats dont matter, its rare a 1000 yd rusher and a 1000 yd reciever team doesnt make the team. We should be able to make the playoffs especially with 1 more WIN

Posted by: paul | Nov 30, 2008 8:18:39 PM

OH and whose with me to state the fact that D.J. HACKETT was a BIG BUST!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: paul | Nov 30, 2008 8:20:02 PM

Does anyone agree that DJ HACKETT was a super BUST?

Posted by: paul | Nov 30, 2008 8:23:11 PM

paul, playoffs a definite with one more win? are you kidding? don't forget that tampa and atlanta also won today. this division is more up in the air than any other in the nfl. don't get me wrong, I'm saying the same prayers as you but the big game of the year for us is tampa next week. Hey, I'll bet rogers won't try for that extra yard rushing anymore. as john madden would say, BOOM!!!!!

Posted by: stork302 | Nov 30, 2008 8:53:24 PM

yea but 1 more win will get us in cuz you can have 10 wins but we should be able to beat Denver, and or New Orleans. I think Tampa bay gets in and Atlanta. If we get 2 wins the Tampa Bay and New Orleans then we get first round by BUT look what happened after we had our bye week?

Posted by: paul | Nov 30, 2008 9:09:42 PM

the corners need to play a little tighter on the receivers they get burned too much

Posted by: jp | Dec 4, 2008 11:06:52 PM

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