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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...
Tags: Junior Seau, Football, Redman, Health, Colleges and Universities
Latimes.com ColumnistThe freezing weather that hits Green Bay each winter gives the Packers a playoff advantage so obvious and unfair that it should be changed someday — no later than next year if not next month. As you know, the Packers almost never lose at home...
Latimes.comHere come the Broncos. Revived by quarterback Jake Plummer's return from injury, Coach Mike Shanahan's Denver team can take another giant step toward the playoffs next Sunday against Cleveland at Denver, where Bronco tailback Clinton Portis scored last...
Tags: Steve McNair, Jamal Lewis, Football, Weather, Ed McCaffrey
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...
Tribune staff reporterChris Chandler stayed in the trainer's room so long that Monday became Tuesday and you began to wonder whether he would emerge upright. Even he couldn't really identify all the pain his body had to be in after absorbing seven sacks—five in the first...
Tags: Marty Booker, Football, Paul Edinger, Brett Favre, Jim Miller
Latimes.com ColumnistThe time may already be here when it's possible to think of Michael Vick, the Atlanta Falcons' young quarterback, as the finest football player ever born. In only his ninth start as a pro, Vick, a smooth-throwing lefty, will show the Baltimore Ravens...
Latimes.comThe St. Louis Rams had to rely on Tampa Bay fumbles to win a 28-21 decision Monday night from a 1-5 team they would have creamed if Ram Coach Mike Martz's play-calling matched his brilliance as the pass-play designer for the NFL's most exciting pass...
Latimes.comThe Pittsburgh Steelers, suddenly the best football team in the land, can't have an undefeated season this year — they've already lost once — but they can have an undefeated quarterback. He is Ben Roethlisberger, a jumbo-sized Joe Montana-type...
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...
Latimes.comAs Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning prepares for the Detroit game Thursday, the question is not whether he can extend his impressive touchdown-pass streak to 36 or more that day. He'll puncture the Lion defense a time or two. The key Manning...
Latimes.comAfter watching Pete Carroll at work over the years in the NFL and at USC, I'd say there are two things that his friends and fans can count on. In the first place, Carroll, who is as good-hearted as he is good-natured, would be as effective coaching a...
Latimes.comThe St. Louis Rams are doing the unthinkable. With their attack-passing system, they're killing off the West Coast Offense as the best way to play football in the 21st Century. A West Coast team runs the ball too often to outscore a pro club that is...
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