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Trust Issues: Hard to Rely on These 9

AP

John Madden always likes to say that it isn't worth judging a team and projecting its fate until after Thanksgiving.

Well, the turkey, stuffing and requisite leftovers have been digested. My wife's cooking was superb. Some of the play in the NFL? Well, not so much.

Here are nine guys I just don't trust down the post-Thanksgiving stretch.

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