Time is now for Wilder Jr. to step up and be a presence on the field

  Toronto Sun 

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Derel Walker had his breakout moment followed by S.J. Green and McLeod Bethel-Thompson. It’s no coincidence when a team’s starting quarterback and an elite pass catcher both produce on the same night the chances of a team posting a win are substantially greater. James Wilder Jr. must now get into the act. In a season […]

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