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Topic - Darius Butler
"You've always got something to prove," said Butler, who was cut by the Patriots at the end of training camp in 2011. "And it's always special when you're facing a former team."
"Everybody's jockeying for playoff position," Butler said. "You have the teams that are either fighting in the hunt or trying to climb another seed or two. So we're jockeying for playoff position. We know every win counts, that's what we can control and what we do. Hopefully, other teams fall off pace, but we just want to keep stacking up wins."