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Sun StaffIn a game dictated by old-school rules, the Ravens hammered in a daunting history lesson. Once again, Ray Lewis and the Ravens' defense smothered the Denver Broncos. Once again, running back Jamal Lewis ground them into submission. And, once again,...
Tribune staff reporterBears fans waiting to see the sleeker model of the new and improved "A-Train" are still waiting. Bears running back Anthony Thomas, seeing his first action Saturday night since breaking his finger Dec. 1, responded much like a guy who hadn't carried...
Tags: Sports, R.W. McQuarters, Education, Frank Rice, Chicago Bears
Latimes.com ColumnistThere are three identical reasons for the 1999 achievements of the 11-2 Indianapolis Colts and the 11-2 St. Louis Rams: 3. Because both teams lost so often for so many years, accumulating barrels of draft choices, they've both had so many shots in so...
Tribune staff reporterIt was not the kind of unveiling the Bears were seeking. After a 13-3 season in 2001, the Bears bumbled through a less-than-auspicious start to what they believe should be a Super Bowl season, losing 27-3 Saturday night to the Denver Broncos in their...
Tags: Rosevelt Colvin, Sports, Henry Burris, Education, Bobby Gray
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.com ColumnistThe 7-0 Kansas City Chiefs went through the entire game at Oakland Monday night without taking any chances. And that's one good way for the better team to play it. By contrast, the underdog, 2-5 Raiders should have been looking for places to gamble, to...
Latimes.com ColumnistTo win two of the biggest games of 1999, the Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Rams both played similarly aggressive first-half football Sunday, repeatedly interspersing first-down passes with passing-down runs. Proving that offense-minded teams can win...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' offense was dead on arrival Sunday. And so, with such chilling finality, is their playoff future this season after the Dallas Cowboys made themselves feel right at home at Soldier Field. Dominating virtually every offensive statistic, the...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears headed further south with a season-ending 27-14 loss to the playoff-bound Dallas Cowboys Sunday. Afterward, Bears President Michael McCaskey headed west to southern California for a family vacation, leaving a legion of Bears followers hanging...
Tribune staff reporterPreseason football is seldom a definitive portent of a team's regular-season fate. The 1985 Bears, for instance, were 1-3 in the exhibitions and wound up 15-1 on the way to Super Bowl glory. So the third straight preseason setback for the Bears,...
Tags: Mike Singletary, Sports, Trace Armstrong, Murder, Chicago Bears
Tribune staff reporterIf you're scoring at home, the Bears wound up their preseason with a 2-2 record. But questions remain as they head into the regular season next Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. In what resembled an old American Football League scoring...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears loss their second straight preseason game and, more significantly, their two key speed receivers Saturday night. Breakdowns on special teams, including a high snap from center that resulted in a fourth-quarter safety, and two missed field goals...
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