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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Thomas Jones
When a New Jersey blogger urged readers to "take up arms" against Connecticut lawmakers and suggested that government leaders "obey the Constitution or die," his words went above and beyond the usual threats public officials receive, two Connecticut officials testified Thursday.
Rumbling through a huge hole on the right side, Thomas Jones burst into the clear and ran 70 yards before a Jacksonville defensive back knocked him out of bounds on the 4-yard line.
"Most people who aren't in that situation don't understand the whole team aspect," Jones said. "For most of the media, it's a good way to sell papers _ competition, controversy. This guy vs. that guy. It's a good story but at the end of the day, we're teammates. We're here to help the Kansas City Chiefs win. All the hard work and all the plays we make aren't for him individually or for myself individually. It's for the team. We have that kind of mentality."
"It's still really early in the season," Jones said. "We've only played six games. We've got a long way to go. We're just trying to build off some of the things we've done positively. We have a lot to improve on. Whether you win or lose, you have to forget about it and move to the next week. Guys are already watching Buffalo film and getting a game plan together."