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Wrapping Up Week 13 Who To Keep And Who To Let Go

by: Cathy Jones
As we are beginning week 14, letís go over some teams that I think might not make the 2006 playoffs and should be thinking of getting rid of the elements that got them the bottom spots before the 2006 NFL Draft.
Miami Dolphins: Ricky Williams is not helping, looks like his career is over, this sends a clear message to management of who to be letting go.
Baltimore Ravens: The team is a disaster. Quarterback Kyle Boller, should be the first one to be fired.
Houston Texans: This is the worst franchise in the NFL and they have to draft someone like Reggie Bush and rebuild their offensive line.
On the positive end the Indianapolis Colts will be 12-0. Are they becoming the first NFL team to finish a regular season 16-0? That's another matter overall. I canít seem to think of many reasons why that canít happen. I do believe that Indianapolis is the best team on the NFL. If forced to wager my estate house and plantation on who will take the trophy home I would not hesitate to say the Colts.


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