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1. Tim Tebow, JR QB Florida: Tebow is definitely the favorite to be only the second person ever to win the Heisman twice. He is a freak of nature when it comes to physical skills. In 2007 he threw 32 touchdown passes and ran the ball for 23 more. So...
When did the NFL change the rule to require that a receiver land with both feet touching the ground rather than one? I have spent too much time listening to family members bicker about this and want to end the arguing! --Kathleen Dachille, Cockeysville,...
Do you not agree that Kyle Orton, as a rookie, deserves great credit for what he has done and will only get better as a result of his experience, giving the Bears in the future two top young quarterbacks? -- Douglas Gowan, Norwich, England I find Orton's...
Zap2It.comThe Super Bowl is coming. Time to tighten up, close the gaps and hunker down -- on the couch. Some fans have been in training for months, logging hours on the Barcalounger, moving as little as possible while reaching for Skittles and beer. On Sunday,...
Sun reporterWho's next, John Unitas? The Ravens have run out of quarterbacks and offensive options, and yesterday they ran out of time in a 13-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills before 68,673 at PSINet Stadium.The script has become familiar. The defense plays well...
Latimes.com ColumnistTwo teams with a long history of pounding the ball into the line on running plays--college football's Oklahoma Sooners and the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers--have apparently changed direction: • In Sunday's game at Atlanta, the Buccaneers will get an...
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: Periodicals, Joe Montana, Jon Kitna, Mass Media, Eric Moulds
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...
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...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe Tennessee Titans, than whom few football teams are more conservative, have always preferred runs to passes. But their famous old runner, Eddie George, who is averaging a bleak 2.9 yards this season, can't move them now. Neither can any other Titan...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe San Francisco 49ers' new leader, Tim Rattay, in his second NFL start, continued as a big-play quarterback Monday night with possibly the 49ers' longest-ever series of well-placed long and short passes except for some of John Brodie's long ago. To...
Tags: Joe Montana, Jon Kitna, Tommy Maddox, Orlando Pace, Tom Brady
Tribune staff reporterBig plays and even bigger fun ruled the day Friday for Iroquois West, and the tiny town of Gilman had its king for a day—an elfin Doug Flutie-like quarterback named Kyle Tutt. The most entertaining play of Iroquois West's 32-14 victory over Carthage in...
Tags: Kankakee, Memorial Stadium
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