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Latimes.com ColumnistWith a quarterback named Jake Delhomme, the unbeaten Carolina Panthers (5-0) will entertain a preseason Super Bowl favorite next Sunday, the Tennessee Titans (4-2), whose passer, Steve McNair, proved again in NFL Week 6 that he's an all-pro candidate....
Latimes.com ColumnistWith quarterback Brian Griese seemingly in sharp comeback form, the Denver Broncos will face Super Bowl quarterback Tom Brady at New England Sunday in the AFC Game of the Week. But regardless of how well they play, the Broncos won't be able to dislodge...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe point that NFL games have been efficiently officiated again this fall, as usual, is compelling. And I'd say that on the whole it's true. At the same time it is obvious that there have been too many penalty calls this season. Waves of falling flags...
ChicagoSports.comMonday in lake Forest, Brian Urlacher's defensive teammates were still talking about his leap over Atlanta running back Warrick Dunn Sunday. Late in the third quarter with the Bears up 14-13, Urlacher charged in on a blitz. Dunn tried to block the...
Tags: Michael Vick, Sports, Bryan Robinson, Warrick Dunn, Football
Latimes.com ColumnistAs of the 21st century, passer Tom Brady and pass-offense enthusiast Bill Belichick are on board to succeed the Joe Montanas and Joe Namaths and the Vince Lombardis and Bill Walshes who in the 20th century topped the NFL. Since the 2000 season, when...
ChicagoSports.comThe Bears' five-game losing streak has elevated Ted Washington from Pro-Bowl run stuffing tackle to mythic figure. Kind of like Buddha, but 6-5, 365 pounds with a heck of a bull rush. Since Washington went down with a foot injury in Week 2, the Bears...
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.comIt's New Orleans this week. Home of paper-bag-wearing fans, the Neville and Marsalis clans, crawfish Po' Boys, Girls Gone Wild and Super Bowl XX. Bears 46, Patriots 10. Grab your beignets and café au lait. Aiee! This game's in Champaign, I'm told....
Tribune staff reporterJames "Big Cat" Williams ran his streak of consecutive starts to 121 when he opened at right tackle Sunday against New Orleans. Williams' status was in doubt up until game time after he injured his left hip against Atlanta last week and then missed...
Tags: Leon Johnson, Jerry Fontenot, Jim Miller, Sports, Jim Harbaugh
Latimes.com ColumnistOne of the season's surprise success-story teams, the NFL's New Orleans Saints, will line up in St. Louis Sunday without the two Saints who did the most to turn things around this fall in the Superdome. They are Jeff Blake, the quarterback who broke a...
Latimes.com ColumnistCoaching seems to be the decisive variable in the development of a successful football team, although, in New Orleans as well as in Philadelphia on Sunday, that might not be apparent. One game doesn't make a career. The odds are that Jim Haslett of...
Times Staff WriterWhen you think back over the NFL's just-over regular season, one thing to keep in mind, if you're a California sports fan, is that Cade McNown put the Rams in the playoffs. Though neither adored nor even appreciated by most Midwest sports fans or media,...
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