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Number 7 on this list is enough to make me want to drown myself in $9 light beers. It seems to be pervasive at all levels of football. It’s like once a team gets inside the 5 they can’t help themselves but to run the ball up the middle twice and then throw the high fade to the corner of the end zone. All of the creativity that the offense used to get from one end of the field to the other gets forgotten and we revert back to 3 yards and a cloud of dust. John Madden might be proud but it seems silly to me.

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