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Latimes.com ColumnistThe Dallas Cowboys will make football history of a kind Monday night when they become the first NFL team to play regular-season games on both Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day the same year. In a Nashville stadium, simultaneously, the Tennessee Titans...
Tags: Jon Kitna, Terrell Davis, Brett Favre, John Elway, Periodicals
Latimes.com ColumnistThe San Diego football team has seized first place in the AFC West this year with carefully coached, uniquely aggressive defensive men who attack not the players in the offensive line but the gaps between those players. Up and down the line, as the...
Tags: Jon Kitna, Junior Seau, Bill Walsh, John Elway, Doug Flutie
Latimes.com ColumnistJeff George, the passer who revived the Minnesota Vikings Sunday and repulsed the San Francisco 49ers, 40-16, has always had the arm to do just that. He is the living example of the truth that it takes more than a great arm to make a great quarterback....
Latimes.com ColumninstWhen their offensive team is on the field this year, the St. Louis Rams are making the kinds of plays that no other teams are even attempting. And that's one reason why they're winning most of the time. At a critical moment Sunday, for example, the...
Latimes.com ColumnistChad Pennington, the New York Jets' new leader, has spent the last three years making himself smoother, smarter, and faster. In consequence, Pennington is now one of the smoothest and smartest quarterbacks in the NFL, if never the fastest. He is also...
Tribune pro football reporterThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers are so fast, they got ahead of themselves Sunday while dismantling the Oakland Raiders 48-21 in Super Bowl XXXVII. It took them less than three quarters to start celebrating after they built a 34-3 lead by intercepting NFL MVP...
Tribune pro football reporterThe AFC West is having trouble getting jump-started. The Oakland Raiders, who won it last year, staged a walkout during a preseason rules session with NFL officials in protest of the infamous "tuck rule" that knocked them from the playoffs in New...
Special to The TimesOver the years, Super Bowls have produced one recurring phenomenon: the unanticipated blowout. And it always happens for the same reason: The team that falls behind, realizing that it isn't quite good enough, tends to lose heart, as the Raiders did...
Latimes.com ColumnistOn the morning after the Monday night game, they were saying in the Windy City that the owners of the Chicago Bears have humiliated them twice. Cited first is the madeover $365-million stadium. Though comfortable to sit in, new Soldier Field has prompted...
Sentinel Staff WriterARIZONA CARDINALS 2002 RECORD: 5-11. WHEN: July 25. WHERE: Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Ariz. WHO'S NEW: Emmitt Smith, the Dallas icon who last year became the league's career rushing leader, was released in March and opted for pro football...
Latimes.comJack Del Rio, a 1981-84 USC linebacker who started for the Trojans all four years, will get the next chance to stop Peyton Manning, the Indianapolis quarterback who threw the ball on every snap in the first quarter of last Sunday's 43-31 win over Green...
ChicagoSports.comThe Bears arenít playing the Super Bowl, but what's happening in San Diego still involves Chicago. For example, did you know that the Raiders have a couple of Brian Piccolo award winners? And that the only school with more players on the Tampa Bay roster...
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