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Latimes.comWhen onetime NFL coaches Pete Carroll of USC and Charlie Weis of Notre Dame were cranking up last week for the football game of the year — college or pro — Weis apparently confided to at least three newspaper reporters: "I own Pete Carroll."...
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.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.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.comWith Bill Belichick in charge and with Tom Brady continuing as the NFL's most competent quarterback, the New England Patriots are again the best team in football as another five-month race to the Super Bowl begins this week. There are, altogether, only...
Special to the TimesAll across this great land of ours, there are three kinds of people today: the winners, the losers and those waiting in line for their label. You can spot the winners in the office. They're the ones walking with that extra swagger. They make direct eye...
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...
Latimes.com ColumnistIn most of their first-down plays the other day, the Kansas City Chiefs, a famous running team, threw passes instead. And that's how they ran up that 54-34 score on the St. Louis Rams, who had won their first six games with the same plan: consistent...
Latimes.com ColumnistTwo teams with a long history of pounding the ball into the line on running plays--college football's Oklahoma Sooners and the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers--have apparently changed direction: In Sunday's game at Atlanta, the Buccaneers will get an...
Latimes.com ColumnistWith a new quarterback named Trent Dilfer, the Baltimore Ravens (7-4) have suddenly emerged as one of the NFL's quality teams on the eve of the easy section of their schedule, which continues against Dallas (4-6) Sunday and then Cleveland (3-8). All...
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 ColumnistRookie quarterback Patrick Ramsey will make his first start for the Washington Redskins on his home field Sunday against the charging New Orleans Saints. And again, the football fans of Washington, the best sports town in the NFL, will be expecting big...
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