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  • Change you can believe in? It's business as usual in the NFL

    Change you can believe in? It's business as usual in the NFL
    The 49ers couldn't lose. The Browns couldn't win. The Vikings were the sleepers. The Jets were the snorers. In the ever-changing NFL, though, that was . . . so last week. Everything was turned on its head Sunday — or knocked on its backside, as...
  • NFL losing credibility with each blown call by replacement refs

    NFL losing credibility with each blown call by replacement refs
    The fans have spoken. Did you hear the cursing chant from Baltimore? When the Ravens faithful had finally endured enough of the NFL's arrogance Sunday, they rained a unified two-syllable expletive down upon the fake officials that walloped millions of...
  • This NFL ref stuff isn't for everyone

    This NFL ref stuff isn't for everyone
    At some point in the very near future — maybe a quarter or two into Sunday's NFL games — we're guaranteed to hear the following: Bring back the replacement refs. Picking apart officiating is one of the pleasures of watching sports, an...
  • Love the game? Thank a zebra

    Love the game? Thank a zebra
    They walked on to the Baltimore football field Thursday evening surrounded by huge cheers, standing cheers, and the NFL's newest stars smiled and tipped their caps. That these zebras were now lions showed how the darkest three weeks in NFL history...
  • Alex Smith handles demotion like a Super Bowl champion

    Alex Smith handles demotion like a Super Bowl champion
    NEW ORLEANS — Barely two months ago, Alex Smith stood alone under center as the NFL's hottest starting quarterback for one of its best teams. One concussion later, he is lost in the crowd. At the San Francisco 49ers' Super Bowl media day this...
  • Jim and John Harbaugh are brothers at arm's length

    Jim and John Harbaugh are brothers at arm's length
    NEW ORLEANS — John Harbaugh, coach of the Baltimore Ravens, stepped onto the convention center stage wearing a suit, a tie and a smile. Jim Harbaugh, coach of the San Francisco 49ers, followed him wearing khakis, sweatshirt and a stare. John...
  • No one should forget about Doug Williams

    No one should forget about Doug Williams
    NEW ORLEANS — Just when this week's Super Bowl celebration reaches its bourbon-fueled, Cajun-spiced peak, the football player with the most to celebrate will be leaving. On the 25th anniversary of the game in which he became the first and only...
  • Take two spritzes of deer antler spray and call me in the morning

    Take two spritzes of deer antler spray and call me in the morning
    I've used deer antler spray for two days now, and I've rarely felt better, though I do find myself with an overwhelming urge to grind my itchy noggin against big birch trees, and last night, as someone pulled into the driveway, I just suddenly froze in...
  • From the darkness emerges a Super Bowl with so many bright moments

    From the darkness emerges a Super Bowl with so many bright moments
    NEW ORLEANS — It began with the light of the chorus from Sandy Hook Elementary school, saved children singing "America the Beautiful" in tiny voices that moved the soul. It was then pitched into 34 minutes of a murky darkness, the power out, the...
  • Weird, wild Ravens are ready to shake up the Super Bowl

    Weird, wild Ravens are ready to shake up the Super Bowl
      FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Super Bowl will host two teams of destiny, but only one of them ended Sunday by wearing that destiny on its head like a lampshade and blowing through it like a party horn. The Baltimore Ravens' 28-13 victory over the...
  • Shayne Skov talks it, walks it and tackles it for Stanford

    Shayne Skov talks it, walks it and tackles it for Stanford
    Stanford survived its 2011 season just fine without injured inside linebacker Shayne Skov. The Cardinal almost won the Pac-12 Conference title and then almost won the Fiesta Bowl. The defense, though, was a doughnut in the sense it had a hole in the...