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Because inter-conference games are played throughout the preseason, regular season, and postseason in the NFL, all rules contained in this book apply uniformly to both the American and National Football Conferences.
First-grader Nathan is back and just as hilarious as ever! This time he's reading Erica Perl's new picture book, Chicken Butt!, with our P.E. teacher, Mr. Freer. Thanks to Abrams Books for giving us permission to publish this online--everyone should run out and buy this book today!
On the difference between tonight and other games this season:I think we just came out and we know that our backs are against the wall and we came out and we were playing together. Before the game our thing was, hard work equals fun. So, defensively we started off working our butts off, and you could tell that we were having fun. When we have fun we are a really hard team to stop. That was the main thing, we worked really hard on both ends, crashing the boards, playing defense and we had fun.
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