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WatchdogEvery Sunday the networks that produce NFL pregame shows are kind enough to send reams of quotes from them so I don't have to actually watch. Sometimes there is interesting stuff. For example, this exchange on CBS between Shannon Sharpe......
WatchdogFormer Newsday columnist Rob Parker, now of the Detroit News, was asking Lions coach Rod Marinelli about his defensive coordinator and son-in-law, Joe Barry, after Sunday's loss when he threw in this unfortunate question: "On a light note, do you......
Tags: Michael Strahan, Football, Periodicals, Jimmy Johnson, Sports
WatchdogJerry Rice doesn???t customarily share his deepest fears with me, so he must have really meant it when he admitted he was ???scared to death?????? about Tuesday???s DVD release of the flick ???Without a Paddle: Nature???s Calling.?????? That???s DVD as......
Tags: Television, Alex Karras, Denzel Washington, Will Smith, Dancing
WatchdogYou are reading the 4,000th post in WatchDog's 20-month history. Thanks as always for your loyalty, support and contributions. To mark the occasion we link to Tom Hoffarth's post on the top 50 sports broadcasters of all time, as per......
Tags: Bob Costas, Ernie Harwell, Chick Hearn, Dick Enberg, Vin Scully
WatchdogSpeaking of major TV networks having to pay the bills just like the rest of us (see post below) . . . Why did Fox not send its team of studio analysts to cozy Glendale, Ariz., after forcing them......
Latimes.com ColumnistWhen Ram Coach Mike Martz finds himself without a great quarterback, he simply creates a new one. If it takes genius to make such a thing happen, that's what Martz is. Against the Chicago Bears in the 501st game of the Monday night series, he will show...
ChicagoSports.comThe Bears, remember them? It seems like ages ago since that Monday night pasting by the Packers. In reality it was only two weeks ago and the Bears and their fans have had the bye week to either dwell on it or forget about it. This week it's the Lions,...
Latimes.com ColumnistStrangely, as a first-year AFC coach, Tony Dungy of the Indianapolis Colts is doing the same things that got him feared and then fired in an NFC town, Tampa. At both places, Dungy rose to notoriety as a leader who had one of the NFL's finest and most...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears reached the playoffs last season by winning games that they appeared to have lost, by making that one play or two at precisely the critical moment of those games. This season they are on course to miss the playoffs because they suddenly cannot...
Latimes.comThe world is suddenly full of great quarterbacks — or, maybe, these folks are merely very good. Anyhow, they're all over the country. At least two of them are still in school, Aaron Rodgers of Cal and Matt Leinart of USC. And at least two other...
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