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His average per carry leads the country among players with at least 36 rushing attempts.
Washington’s run defense was atrocious, particularly in the first half, as New York eclipsed 100 yards while averaging more than five yards per carry.
Led by former Washington running back Alfred Morris, the Giants eclipsed 100 yards rushing while averaging more than five yards per carry in the first half and Daniel Jones had ample time to find open receivers.
After a breakout performance last week, senior running back Jake Funk scored on a 38-yard carry earlier in the second quarter.
Vega, a 23-year veteran of the force, also doesn’t have to deal with the thorny open carry issue.
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Earlier, a Michigan judge struck down a ban on open carry on Election Day at the state’s polls, a decision the state might take to the Michigan Supreme Court.
The 360 degree swivel allows you to capture panoramic video and an included carry bag makes the tripod easy to transport between locations.
It also comes with convenient carry handles that make it easy to haul around.
Jackson and the offense went into halftime with season lows in total rushing yards and yards per carry.
“Mon pauvre petit, you are hungry,” said Aristide, carrying it to the car racked by the clattering engine.

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