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Football team offenses are really pushing hard, and are setting records like no tomorrow. There’s a passing percentage of 87.1 percent and a 61.6 percent completion ratio over the entire league. The yards per pass as well as the incredible completion ratio for the league is causing some incredible passing records to get set. The quarterbacks, thus, seem to get way too much blame for losing a game and also too much of the credit goes to them when they win a game. Dez Bryant received two of Tony Romo’s touchdown passes, which if it wasn’t for Bryant they would not have been successful touchdowns. In the first he out-jumped the defender, and in the second he successfully outran three defenders. Those were some incredibly amazing plays, and it took serious skill on Bryant’s part in order to pull it off. Bryant’s getting some negative attention for his ranting on the sidelines, but he is indeed a real asset to the team for his ability to make sure he gets the ball into his hands. Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald have played with pretty lackluster quarterbacks, but they don’t act like that at all. Sure, it might have been really tough for the receiver, but might an inferior quarterback have actually failed?
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