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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.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."...
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...
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.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 Latimes.comNow that the first week of the 2005 NFL season is in the books, we finally have some clarity on several important issues: The Dolphins and 49ers are the class of the league. Their fans might as well start making reservations for Super Bowl XL in...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe freezing weather that hits Green Bay each winter gives the Packers a playoff advantage so obvious and unfair that it should be changed someday — no later than next year if not next month. As you know, the Packers almost never lose at home...
Latimes.com ColumnistA good, sound, up-to-date NFL team is one that rotates two defensive lines, reasoning that it has a better chance to win with eight fresh pass rushers than four tiring All-Pros. Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning taught that lesson to the Tampa...
Latimes.comHere come the Broncos. Revived by quarterback Jake Plummer's return from injury, Coach Mike Shanahan's Denver team can take another giant step toward the playoffs next Sunday against Cleveland at Denver, where Bronco tailback Clinton Portis scored last...
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.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.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...
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