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- Boehner accuses Obama of ‘legacy of lawlessness’
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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Michael Sellers
Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley and fullback Mike Sellers appear set to play against the Chicago Bears.
It's called the "hit stick," and it's awarded to the Washington Redskins special teams player who has the best hit in a victory.
It's not everyday someone draws a walk-off holding penalty to beat the Dallas Cowboys. The way Brian Orakpo was playing, it shouldn't have been a surprise.
No stadium has produced more false starts by the opposition than Seattle's Qwest Field.
"I need to take out a loan," he said. "I could use some help because it's 42 and it's steadily rising. I've stopped answering my phone."
"That place has to be miked up because the last time we played there, it was ridiculous — we couldn't hear ourselves talk," he said. "For a stadium that small, it can't be that loud."