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Latimes.com ColumnistDenver Coach Mike Shanahan, carefully directing a third-string quarterback, Danny Kanell, guided the Broncos to the one-point lead they carried into the last half minute Monday night at Mile High Stadium. Then New England Coach Bill Belichick's first-...
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...
Latimes.comBig Ben Roethlisberger of 2-0 Pittsburgh could displace Tom Brady of 1-1 New England as the NFL's reigning most valuable quarterback this week when they meet at Pittsburgh in the featured Sunday afternoon game. During the Steelers' fast start this...
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Sun Staff1. Defense is dominant in Super Bowl victory Jan. 28, 2001 Ray Lewis was named Most Valuable Player as the Ravens delivered their final argument as one of the game's best defenses in a 34-7 triumph over the New York Giants. The Ravens, who had four...
Special to baltimoresun.comThe Baltimore Ravens' 2000 season featured a contrast between a record-setting defense that will be remembered as one of the greatest of all-time and an offense that went 21 consecutive quarters without scoring a single touchdown. As if the on-the-...
Latimes.comJACKSONVILLE, Fla. — This would be a dead-even game if Philadelphia wide receiver Terrell Owens could be here today in top condition. Minus Owens in the Super Bowl — or with Owens playing tentatively on an injured leg and ankle — the...
Latimes.comThe San Diego Chargers (8-3), who will send Drew Brees forth to beat 7-4 Denver next Sunday in the NFL's Game of the Week, won a shootout at Kansas City last Sunday with Brees at quarterback — and that's more than Indianapolis could do last month...
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Latimes.comOATES ON FOOTBALL _ _ _ Colts Going for 19-0 _ _ _ o NFL Week 9: Manning's Team Better Than Old 17-0 Dolphins . . . Eagle Error: Owens Plays Hard . . . Bears Bore, Win . . Chiefs Not Tough Enough. _ _ _ By Bob Oates Latimes.com _ _ _ The...
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,...
Sun StaffCINCINNATI - Pandemonium ruled for a few unworldly moments. Quarterback Trent Dilfer danced in front of the Ravens' bench, index fingers shooting flares into the sky. Split end Qadry Ismail and guard Edwin Mulitalo lifted the Ravens' unlikeliest hero,...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe point that NFL games have been efficiently officiated again this fall, as usual, is compelling. And I'd say that on the whole it's true. At the same time it is obvious that there have been too many penalty calls this season. Waves of falling flags...
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...
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