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  • We were visiting at my mother-in-law's and she had a copy of the new book by Harvard professor Stephen Greenblatt called The Swerve: How the World Became Modern, and I hijacked it.

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  • For a zone-blocking team that averages 33 rushes a game, the Swerve is the ideal changeup.

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  • The original Merv the Swerve was a dazzling No 8 who won his first cap for Wales in 1969 against Scotland and went on to play 38 consecutive matches for his country, scoring two tries.

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  • The original Merv the Swerve was a dazzling No 8 who won his first cap for Wales in 1969 against Scotland and went on to play 38 consecutive matches for his country, scoring two tries.

    Home | Mail Online

  • 'Swerve' Your Enthusiasm: Inside look at the latest wrinkle in Jets top-ranked rushing attack

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  • 'Swerve' Your Enthusiasm: Inside look at the latest wrinkle in Jets top-ranked rushing attack

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  • 'Swerve' Your Enthusiasm: Inside look at the latest wrinkle in Jets top-ranked rushing attack »

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  • 'Swerve' Your Enthusiasm: Inside look at the latest wrinkle in Jets top-ranked rushing attack

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  • Dubbed the "Swerve" for its winding design, the misdirection run is the ideal complement to the Jets' zone run-based playbook.

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  • 'Swerve' Your Enthusiasm: Inside look at the latest wrinkle in Jets top-ranked rushing attack

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