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Thoughts on ailing Driver, analysis of offense and defense against Jaguars

When receiver Donald Driver went down with the ankle injury, I felt like I was the only one watching that didn't flinch. Obviously, I'm concerned but not entirely freaked out. Driver has proven many times that he is a fast healer and, most importantly, it will be his egotistical pride from his recent increase in his salary that won't allow him to stay out of the game. Through the many years that...

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