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- Boehner accuses Obama of ‘legacy of lawlessness’
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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Mike Devito
Each time Tim Tebow steps on the field for the New York Jets, defenses will know what to expect.
Sione Pouha was getting ready to work out with his New York Jets defensive linemates and realized he still needed an NFL regulation football.
Rex Ryan needed to set something straight about Peyton Manning.
Mike Pettine heard all the words used to describe the New York Jets' defense performance at New England.
"You could tell right away when we jumped back out there that everybody was fired up for it," defensive end Mike DeVito said. "The practice was one of the best practices we had all year because everybody's so fresh and running around."
"After a game like that, you can't wait to get back out there," defensive end Mike DeVito said. "A win in the next game, and everybody will forget about the week before."