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good v great

Nov. 6, 2013 12:17 PM
 
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He kind of stole that from mike ayars was talking last week. Mike has talked about it since the beginning of training camp really. The enemy of great is good. Meaning, you donít want to be remembered as just a good team. A team that made some plays and couldnít make that next jump of being an elite team. I saw something written about us this week that said weíre still just a good football team. Obviously that something we donít want to be remembered as. Thatís a fair assessment.

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