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Tribune pro football reporterIf you don't think anybody can win the AFC East, you missed last season, when the Patriots bounced from worst to first. This is the only division in which all four teams have made the playoffs at least once in the last three years. The 3-13 Bills, the...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe only certain way to win NFL games in this century is to blend a talented passer with a talented running back and a strong defensive force. At San Francisco next Sunday in a Week 9 revival of an old rivalry, the Rams plan to hold first place in the NFC...
Times Staff WriterSo many pro clubs need the talent Carson Palmer has shown this year as USC's dominating passer that he is a certain first-round choice in the NFL draft this spring. But can the same be said for Palmer's chances to win the Heisman Trophy? In that race,...
ChicagoSports.comWelcome to the Bears' final Monday night game of the season--maybe ever. After this season, you've got to think they would have to win the Super Bowl for ABC to stick them back on the air. You think Dave Wannstedt isn't looking forward to this game?...
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....
Sun StaffMIAMI - In a postseason defined by home-turf dominance, the Ravens raided Pro Player Stadium in a familiar, battle-tested vehicle. Unleashing a smash-mouth running game to complement a menacing defense, the Ravens notched the first road win of these...
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Latimes.com ColumnistThe 7-0 Kansas City Chiefs went through the entire game at Oakland Monday night without taking any chances. And that's one good way for the better team to play it. By contrast, the underdog, 2-5 Raiders should have been looking for places to gamble, to...
Latimes.com ColumnistFootball fans comparing the Chicago Bears against other pro clubs this year have been struck by one obvious difference: The Bears have the least sophisticated pass offense in the league. The problem is more than the Bears' simple insistence on running...
Latimes.comBig Ben Roethlisberger vs. the distinguished Donovan McNabb: Now there's a matchup made in heaven. In a game to be presented on Pittsburgh's Heinz Field next Sunday, McNabb, the Philadelphia Eagles' veteran quarterback, will lead pro football's only 7-0...
Sun StaffMIAMI - The Miami Dolphins beat the Ravens at their own game last night. Unleashing a pass rush that sacked quarterback Tony Banks six times - including twice on the goal line - the Dolphins dealt the Ravens a 19-6 dose of reality before 73,464 and a...
Tags: Jed Weaver, Tony Banks, Sports, Disasters, Miami Dolphins
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