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LAMM AT LARGE: Stars don’t align frequently for bad teams

todayNovember 10, 2021


In my 40-plus years of covering the NFL, there are several things I’m learned that can’t be disputed.


One, every player on an NFL roster is a good football player, as are a lot of men who get cut.


Two, there are maybe two dozen special players at various position. Get two of them and you’re a contender.


Three, “On Any Given Sunday” is a cliché because it’s true.


Four, stars occasionally line up perfectly for a team.


And now you know how the lowly Jaguars were able to defeat the mighty Bills last week.


This week the Jaguars travel to Indianapolis. Don’t expect the stars to stay aligned for the Jaguars.

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