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Jeffri Chadiha
October 02, 2006
After openly complaining about the Browns' conservative offense, tight end Kellen Winslow (right) was on the field for every offensive snap in Sunday's 15--14 loss to the Ravens. He caught seven passes for 92 yards and later acknowledged he was wrong to call out his coaches.... Partly because of injuries, the Cardinals started a different lineup on the offensive line in each of the first three weeks. Worse, Edgerrin James still hasn't had a 100-yard rushing game for his new team. "I think we all agree, you put in the guys and ride it out—not move guys all around," James said, after Sunday's 16--14 loss to the Rams.... Texans defensive end Mario Williams, the No. 1 pick in the 2006 draft, has played in three preseason and three regular-season games without getting a sack. He had three tackles, including two unassisted stops, in a 31--15 loss to the Redskins on Sunday.
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October 02, 2006

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After openly complaining about the Browns' conservative offense, tight end Kellen Winslow (right) was on the field for every offensive snap in Sunday's 15--14 loss to the Ravens. He caught seven passes for 92 yards and later acknowledged he was wrong to call out his coaches.... Partly because of injuries, the Cardinals started a different lineup on the offensive line in each of the first three weeks. Worse, Edgerrin James still hasn't had a 100-yard rushing game for his new team. "I think we all agree, you put in the guys and ride it out—not move guys all around," James said, after Sunday's 16--14 loss to the Rams.... Texans defensive end Mario Williams, the No. 1 pick in the 2006 draft, has played in three preseason and three regular-season games without getting a sack. He had three tackles, including two unassisted stops, in a 31--15 loss to the Redskins on Sunday.

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