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Latimes.com ColumnistMost end-of-the millennium voters have been making what I think of as a couple of wrong calls. Contemplating the most recent 100 years: • Babe Ruth was the athlete of the century, I'd say, not Muhammad Ali. • O.J. Simpson was the football player of...
Tags: Joe Louis, Health, Bryant Young, Indianapolis Colts, Jeff Garcia
Latimes.com ColumnistThe San Francisco 49ers' new leader, Tim Rattay, in his second NFL start, continued as a big-play quarterback Monday night with possibly the 49ers' longest-ever series of well-placed long and short passes except for some of John Brodie's long ago. To...
Tags: Health, Tim Rattay, Orlando Pace, Marc Bulger, Jeff Garcia
Latimes.com ColumnistStrangely, as a first-year AFC coach, Tony Dungy of the Indianapolis Colts is doing the same things that got him feared and then fired in an NFC town, Tampa. At both places, Dungy rose to notoriety as a leader who had one of the NFL's finest and most...
Latimes.com ColumnistAstonishing everyone who has been asleep for a month, the NFL's two big games Sunday will involve three of the four teams from the AFL's old Western Division that were not considered preseason Super Bowl favorites. The Game of the Week looks like it...
Latimes.com ColumnistWith a quarterback named Jake Delhomme, the unbeaten Carolina Panthers (5-0) will entertain a preseason Super Bowl favorite next Sunday, the Tennessee Titans (4-2), whose passer, Steve McNair, proved again in NFL Week 6 that he's an all-pro candidate....
Latimes.comThe St. Louis Rams are doing the unthinkable. With their attack-passing system, they're killing off the West Coast Offense as the best way to play football in the 21st Century. A West Coast team runs the ball too often to outscore a pro club that is...
Sun StaffLarger than life even when he played, John Unitas was hailed yesterday as one of the NFL's fiercest competitors, greatest leaders and toughest quarterbacks. "He was the greatest quarterback ever to play, not because of his arm, but what was inside his...
Times Staff WriterPerhaps you've been watching "Deadwood," the HBO series. Well, this town of 1,300 in the Black Hills is the genuine thing, where the real Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane hung out. Basking in its new celebrity — and with the series (filmed in...
Latimes.com ColumnistJeff Garcia of San Francisco, the NFL's most improved quarterback, will take the NFC's second highest scoring team into Carolina Sunday. As a scoring machine, no team can match the St. Louis Rams, of course, but Garcia has the 49ers averaging in excess...
Latimes.comThe world is suddenly full of great quarterbacks — or, maybe, these folks are merely very good. Anyhow, they're all over the country. At least two of them are still in school, Aaron Rodgers of Cal and Matt Leinart of USC. And at least two other...
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 the 2005 playoffs arrive to put an end to an NFL regular season famous for widespread parity, one dominating question is obvious: How did five of the 32 pro clubs manage to rise so far above the crowd? The best answer is that five unique players...
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