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Latimes.comThe New England Patriots, still strangely underrated despite their successes and still short of great players, are approaching greatness as a team this year only because of the unique talents of two football men, their coach, Bill Belichick, and...
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.com ColumnistChad Pennington, the New York Jets' hard-throwing young quarterback, tightened up the steamy Tennessee-Indianapolis divisional race Monday night when he completed all eight of his second-half passes to topple Tennessee, 24-17. Pennington's aggressive...
Latimes.com ColumnistAt Indianapolis next Sunday, in the AFC night game of the year, the Oakland Raiders aren't likely to be bothered by the same thing that troubled them against Dallas last Sunday, when they couldn't take an 0-4 team seriously. They weren't up for the...
Tags: Washington Redskins, Randy Moss, Joey Galloway, Death, Tim Brown
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.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...
Tags: Defense, Antowain Smith, Kevin Faulk, Joe Montana, Ahman Green
Latimes.comDuring another critical off-season in which next year's champions will be created, the New England Patriots' two famous leaders, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, have but three rivals who might block their drive to a record fourth Super Bowl title in the...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe most pressing business facing the NFL today is realignment, which, when completed in the next several months, will spread 32 pro clubs through eight separate but hopefully equal four-team divisions. Only one uncertainty remains: the precise...
Latimes.com ColumnistCoaching seems to be the decisive variable in the development of a successful football team, although, in New Orleans as well as in Philadelphia on Sunday, that might not be apparent. One game doesn't make a career. The odds are that Jim Haslett of...
Latimes.com ColumnistAmong the 18 or 20 NFL teams at or near the top of a 31-team league after the first half of the season, there is a balance of either mutual mediocrity or mutual excellence. If you agree with me, it's a balance of excellence. Pro football players all...
Latimes.com ColumnistThere are three identical reasons for the 1999 achievements of the 11-2 Indianapolis Colts and the 11-2 St. Louis Rams: 3. Because both teams lost so often for so many years, accumulating barrels of draft choices, they've both had so many shots in so...
Latimes.comAlmost certainly, the most important football game of the season — the AFC championship game, which some folks are sure to call the real Super Bowl — will be played outdoors on what could well be the coldest day of the winter in Pittsburgh...
Tags: Defense, Corey Dillon, Duce Staley, Baltimore Ravens, Death
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