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I’ll keep it short and simple, because we all know what week it is, and that deserves every second of your attention.

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NFL: Cleveland Browns at Miami Dolphins Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Before I begin, let me make a statement: It’s FSU Week. Let the hate out. Focus your attention to Saturday night’s showdown. Until then, here’s some news about Canes in the league.

Calais Campbell

So far through three games, Campbell hasn’t been impressive (that is if you consider stats a measure of impressiveness). Ten combined tackles, and zero sacks. The Cardinals were served a thrashing by the Bills last week. They’re sitting at 1-2 going into today’s match up with the Rams. Campbell and his teammates need to hit their stride. Maybe this will be their game.

Lamar Miller

Miller has carried the ball 74 times this season, but still hasn’t scored. Today, the Texans face AFC South foe, Tennessee. Lamar Miller said he needs to be “more decisive”.

Allen Hurns

For those of you who woke up early enough, fill me in in the comments about the JAX-IND game in London.

Hurns and Robinson have caused headaches in the past for the Colts.

Clive Walford

I saw this guy score his first touchdown of the year against the Falcons a week or two ago, and I liked what I saw. I think Walford is a nice weapon for Carr, and maybe he’ll score against the Ravens, who in my opinion, haven’t played one decent team yet (I don’t count wins over the Bills, Browns and Jaguars as big time victories).

Duke Johnson

During his Miami homecoming, Johnson carried the ball 10 times for 69 yards. He made the top of the list for USA Today’s fantasy sleepers. Start putting some respect on the man’s name!

That’s all I got for you this week SOTU readers. Remember, stay humble and stay classy when arguing with Noles fans. At least try your best. I know they can be frustrating.

Please be more creative.