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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Darius Butler
The expectations placed upon Andrew Luck almost seemed unfair.
The Indianapolis Colts became the latest team to hammer the Jacksonville Jaguars at home, winning 27-10 on Thursday night behind two rushing touchdowns from rookie quarterback Andrew Luck.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of the 33-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
Receiver Jabar Gaffney had two plays to forget in the final 36 seconds of the first half. What began with the Redskins' attempt to try to salvage a tiebreaking field goal before time expired ended with them going to the locker room trailing by three points.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. _ Three trades. Two youngsters added to a group of old running backs. One potential successor to Tom Brady.
It's just another bye week to Bill Belichick _ except he doesn't know who his New England Patriots will be playing next.
The last time the Jets played the Patriots, Mark Sanchez threw a career-high three touchdown passes.
First-round draft choice Devin McCourty signed a five-year deal with the New England Patriots on Wednesday as the team reached its goal of having all 12 picks under contract by the start of training camp.
The New England Patriots faltered badly late last season without four veteran leaders who were gone before the opener.
"It's real critical because once you identify your own weak points, you know probably what they're going to try to attack," Butler said. "So, by strengthening those in this short period of time ... it will help you down the stretch."
"Maybe that was waking up a little bit," cornerback Darius Butler said. "We've been paying a lot more attention to detail"