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Pro picks

He moves to stop QB's gyrations

By Jim McCabe
Globe Staff / November 4, 2005

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It doesn't matter how many touchdown passes he throws. Ditto for yardage. Until Peyton Manning can stop jumping around like a toddler who needs a diaper change, until he can stop going up and down the line of scrimmage to pat every teammate on the butt, until he can keep his hands from flapping as if he's trying for liftoff, ... (Full article: 960 words)

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