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Tribune pro football reporterThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers are so fast, they got ahead of themselves Sunday while dismantling the Oakland Raiders 48-21 in Super Bowl XXXVII. It took them less than three quarters to start celebrating after they built a 34-3 lead by intercepting NFL MVP...
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: Health, Magic Johnson, Jim Thorpe, Jerry Rice, New York Jets
Special to The TimesOver the years, Super Bowls have produced one recurring phenomenon: the unanticipated blowout. And it always happens for the same reason: The team that falls behind, realizing that it isn't quite good enough, tends to lose heart, as the Raiders did...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe Tennessee Titans, than whom few football teams are more conservative, have always preferred runs to passes. But their famous old runner, Eddie George, who is averaging a bleak 2.9 yards this season, can't move them now. Neither can any other Titan...
Latimes.com ColumnistDan Reeves and Wade Phillips, who coach Michael Vick's team, the Atlanta Falcons, have always held that winning football is based on an effective running-play offense and an efficient running-play defense. Thus Reeves, the Atlanta coach, and his...
Tribune staff reporterThere is no telling the kind of free-fall a defeat could have generated. No telling the kind of damage to the Bears' psyche, the loss of confidence and the self-doubt that could have resulted had several improbable events not occurred in the Metrodome...
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