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One of the basic principles of playing defense in the National Football League says that defenses always want to make an opposing offense into a one-dimensional attack.

"That's NFL 101," Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff said. "You always want to do that." That may be, but Sunday's road game against the Arizona Cardinals could end up being a case of "careful what you wish for." The Cardinals are not an offensive juggernaut, ranking 22nd in the NFL in overall offense. Running back Chris "Beanie" Wells has emerged as a viable rushing threat, piling up 84...

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