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Latimes.com ColumnistJeff George, the passer who revived the Minnesota Vikings Sunday and repulsed the San Francisco 49ers, 40-16, has always had the arm to do just that. He is the living example of the truth that it takes more than a great arm to make a great quarterback....
Tags: Terrell Davis, Baseball, John Mobley, Jake Reed, Joe Montana
Latimes.com ColumnistNFL defenses have become so complex this season that you can't possibly outguess them. So the St. Louis Rams say. So, they don't even try. They don't even think about it. "Our quarterback never calls an audible," Mike Martz, the club's offensive...
Tribune staff reporterThey made a contest of it. On a nationally televised Sunday night with their peers presumably watching, it seemed that was all the Bears were capable of doing. Avoid colossal embarrassment. Perhaps regain some lost respectability. But win? Against an...
ChicagoSports.comWelcome to the Bears' final Monday night game of the season--maybe ever. After this season, you've got to think they would have to win the Super Bowl for ABC to stick them back on the air. You think Dave Wannstedt isn't looking forward to this game?...
Tribune staff reporterJim Flanigan's jaw was clenched so tightly, his teeth threatened to shatter under the pressure, and you wonder how much a six-year Bears veteran can take. You wonder how many more of these any of them can absorb and dissect and move past when every week,...
Tags: Jim Miller, Death, Terry Cousin, Gary Anderson, Marty Booker
Tribune staff reporterAlmost good enough never felt worse, primarily because it keeps looking better. If the Bears almost beat Jacksonville, Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay the first three weeks of the season, then they really almost beat the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, performing...
Tags: Terry Cousin, Death, Gary Anderson, Society, Chris Penn
Tribune staff reporterYou were scared for them at first. Seriously frightened that for the first time in the annals of organized sport, a team might actually be ground into the artificial turf and disappear. Minnesota's offense operated as if running its pregame walkthrough,...
Tribune staff reporterThe teams were a study in contrast, both on and off the field Sunday in the Bears' 13-6 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. The usually demonstrative Vikings were morose as they trudged up the hallway of the Metrodome to their locker room. They had...
Sun StaffJACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Ravens held one of the best teams in the NFL to 47 yards rushing, 85 yards passing, nine first downs, an average of 2.2 yards per offensive play and sacked its quarterback six times. And they still lost. In a season of close...
Tribune staff reporterThe mood was the same on both sides of the ball Friday night. Offensive coordinator Gary Crowton was adamant and so was defensive coordinator Greg Blache: The Bears are better at this point than they were this time a year ago, after four exhibition...
Tribune staff reporterThere is no such thing as a turning point when there are seven of them. No credible big-play alibi when the other team has five. No real excuse for leading 20-9 only to lose 30-27. Not when you're supposed to be a team with a legitimate playoff agenda....
Tribune staff reporterThe frustration was palpable, oppressive, hanging as heavy in the postgame atmosphere of Soldier Field as a fog rolling in from the lake. From the emptiness of a simple gesture by Rashaan Salaam, looking helplessly at his open palm as he walked to the...
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