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Ex-Eagles LB: Fire whoever traded me for Dion Lewis

Dion Lewis picked a good time to have a career game.

The Patriots running back became the first player in NFL postseason history to score a touchdown in three different ways -- kickoff, reception, rush -- and generally looked like a nightmare X-factor in New England's 34-16 win over the Houston Texans.

Lewis' career started as a 2011 fifth-round draft choice of the Eagles before he was traded to the Browns in 2013 for linebacker Emmanuel Acho. After Lewis' breakout performance on Saturday, Acho took to Twitter to ruminate.

Because Twitter can be a truly marvelous place when it's not busy being terrible, the man who actually greenlit that deal soon chimed in.

Acho, out of football and serving as an analyst for the Longhorns Network, is cool with how it played out.

By the way, the Patriots are now 15-0 in games in which Dion Lewis is active. How the hell did the Browns decide he wasn't good enough to be on their team?

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