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Special to latimes.comOnce upon a time, there was the Marshall (Faulk) Plan. Today, the L.T. Strategy would be a more appropriate name. Whatever you call it, the philosophy is the same: You can never go wrong drafting running backs with your first two picks. Well, that's...
Special to Latimes.comUnless you play in a league of Tibetan monks or with people whose surnames are Hilton, you aren't likely to assemble a dream team of Peyton Manning, LaDainian Tomlinson, Priest Holmes, Randy Moss and Antonio Gates in your fantasy draft. The most you can...
Special to Latimes.comIt's official: The San Francisco 49ers are the best fantasy defense in the NFL. That is, if your offensive starters are playing against them. The 49ers kicked off the season by giving up 362 yards and two touchdowns to Marc Bulger and the Rams. In...
Special to Latimes.comWe've reached the point in the season when roster depth becomes vital. Relying solely on your starters to get you to the playoffs is as risky as sending your kids to summer camp at Neverland. It's hard to imagine a roster that wasn't compromised this...
Latimes.com ColumnistFor the first time in a month or so, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looked like a football team Monday night though scoring just often enough to put down the New York Giants, 19-13. In the fourth quarter, they never missed a beat after the Giants hit them with...
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...
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.comAs of the 2004 NFL season, fullbacks are passé. One-back football is here. And Clinton Portis will be the back on one of the NFL's new one-back teams, the Washington Redskins, in their attack on the New York Giants Sunday in Giants Stadium. Portis,...
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.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...
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Latimes.com ColumnistOn the morning after the Monday night game, they were saying in the Windy City that the owners of the Chicago Bears have humiliated them twice. Cited first is the madeover $365-million stadium. Though comfortable to sit in, new Soldier Field has prompted...
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...
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