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Though Goff has accomplished plenty as the Rams’ signal-caller since head coach Sean McVay took over in 2017, the contrast with his brutal rookie season under Jeff Fisher sure made it seem like that success was more about McVay than Goff.
It’s an episode that at first appears to depict the fall of a brutal institution.
That’s back-to-back brutal NFC championship game losses for Rodgers, who also knows the Packers will move on to Love as the starter at some point.
Ignoring the brutal repercussions of Africa’s diamond trade, the woman notes that “the locals were sitting on a fortune and they didn’t even realize it.”
From the start of 2020, Tesla doubled to an all-time high of $180 in mid-February, only to retreat back below $100 during the brutal March selloff.
He’s known for his creativity, his brutal honesty and a thick Kentucky drawl.
Recounting Greene’s excursions to Central America, where he seemed to chum around with brutal caudillos, Richard Greene reveals that even as he aged, the novelist didn’t only continue to write.
As Pheby settles into life under Lapier’s brutal surveillance, her point of view becomes a more essential window to the story.
Ending this way – stuck in a hospital, isolated and robbed of human touch – is so brutal and so needless.

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