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Latimes.comKnown as the dean of American pro football writers, Bob Oates has been long known as a strong advocate of pass offense, the subject of this two-part series. The first part follows. The emergence of pass offense as the decisive way to win championships...
Latimes.comKnown as the dean of American pro football writers, Bob Oates has been long known as a strong advocate of pass offense, the subject of this two-part series. The second part follows. The significant advantages of passing over running have been...
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...
Latimes.comThis is going to be remembered in pro football as the year of the pass -- the year of more pass-first teams and fewer run-first offenses. For, in the 2006 exhibition season, a record number of coaches had their players throwing the ball aggressively --...
Latimes.com columnistTo win his first 13 games again this year, Peyton Manning, the conscientious Indianapolis quarterback, will have to beat better teams than he met last year. But he can win most of the time if he plays as he did opening night, when he came out as an...
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...
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...
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 New England Patriots (6-0), aiming next for formidable Pittsburgh (5-1) and erratic but ever dangerous St. Louis (4-3), are still the class of the NFL for one overriding reason: Their leader, Bill Belichick, is the league's only all-out passing coach....
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...
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