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Latimes.com ColumnistWith quarterback Brian Griese seemingly in sharp comeback form, the Denver Broncos will face Super Bowl quarterback Tom Brady at New England Sunday in the AFC Game of the Week. But regardless of how well they play, the Broncos won't be able to dislodge...
Latimes.comCarson Palmer, the Cincinnati Bengals' new quarterback from USC, can run his new winning streak to two in a row next Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium. But it won't be easy. The opponent is a Baltimore Ravens team with a famous defense originally constructed...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe time may already be here when it's possible to think of Michael Vick, the Atlanta Falcons' young quarterback, as the finest football player ever born. In only his ninth start as a pro, Vick, a smooth-throwing lefty, will show the Baltimore Ravens...
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.com ColumnistThis is a game that figures to go Tampa Bay's way — on a relatively low-scoring day — because the Raiders haven't had time, during a short work week, to make the extensive changes they need to solve the Buccaneers' unconventional defense....
Tags: Tim Brown, Super Bowl, Mike Alstott, Jon Gruden, Brad Johnson
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...
Times Staff WriterWhen you think back over the NFL's just-over regular season, one thing to keep in mind, if you're a California sports fan, is that Cade McNown put the Rams in the playoffs. Though neither adored nor even appreciated by most Midwest sports fans or media,...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe San Francisco 49ers, one of the NFL's most successful teams for nearly 20 years, plugged another winning quarterback into the same old offensive system Sunday. He is Jeff Garcia, who was brought to San Francisco by new General Manager Bill Walsh, the...
The Hartford CourantDigger Phelps has a million of'em. … No, really. One-liners? A million of 'em. Stories about the glory days when he coached Notre Dame? A million of them. Four-by-six cards with notes, color-coded with highlighters? Hundreds of them, at least....
Kale Beers was a student at La Salle University the last time the Explorers men's basketball team was in the NCAA tournament. It was 1992 and Beers was all set to go to Greensboro, N.C. for the first-round game against Seton Hall. But Beers had a...
Jacoby Jones danced in several NFL end zones this season as he went from unheralded free agent pickup to one of the heroes of the Ravens' Super Bowl XLVII victory over the San Francisco 49ers earlier this month. He'll now take his dance moves to another...
Mike Preston has taken every chance to knock Joe Flacco since he was drafted five seasons ago ("Ravens shouldn't overreact when it's time to pay Flacco" Feb. 25). He says it's not him, it's Jacoby Jones or Anquan Boldin who made the plays. Joe has to have...
Tags: Tom Brady, Jacoby Jones, Troy Smith, Peyton Manning, Cam Cameron
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