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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...
Latimes.comDuring another critical off-season in which next year's champions will be created, the New England Patriots' two famous leaders, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, have but three rivals who might block their drive to a record fourth Super Bowl title in the...
Latimes.com ColumnistAs of the 21st century, passer Tom Brady and pass-offense enthusiast Bill Belichick are on board to succeed the Joe Montanas and Joe Namaths and the Vince Lombardis and Bill Walshes who in the 20th century topped the NFL. Since the 2000 season, when...
Latimes.comBig Ben Roethlisberger vs. the distinguished Donovan McNabb: Now there's a matchup made in heaven. In a game to be presented on Pittsburgh's Heinz Field next Sunday, McNabb, the Philadelphia Eagles' veteran quarterback, will lead pro football's only 7-0...
Tribune staff reporterThe next mission for the Bears' defense, if they choose to accept it, is to break their own National Football League record for fewest points allowed in a season. They faced every challenge Monday night, avenging last year's 41-0 embarrassment to San...
Tags: Sports, Football, Chicago Bears, Jerry Rice, Soldier Field
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday February 14, 1997 Disney's reworking of its beloved 1965 "That Darn Cat" is too contrived and drawn out to have much appeal for audiences beyond small children, who may be diverted by the antics of a clever feline but who may also start to...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears struggled to get out of the regular season and across the Detroit Lions' goal line Sunday. But in the end, they emerged with a 37-17 victory. They even managed to provide some extra entertainment in the form of William Perry's long gallop with...
Tribune staff reporterThey wore red suits and rosy smiles, but these San Francisco 49ers were no gift-giving Santas Monday night. They were the grinches who stole Christmas from the Bears. The 49ers rolled to a 24-0 halftime lead en route to a 52-14 thrashing in front of 60,...
Tags: Sports, Football, Chicago Bears, Jerry Rice, Kevin Lewis
Tribune staff writerChanging directions as he did so well on the field, Walter Payton faked himself out Saturday by turning his Hall of Fame induction into the emotional, introspective event he had vowed to avoid. Instead of running away from his feelings, the NFL's all-...
Tags: Pete Rose, Sports, Football, Chicago Bears, Gene Upshaw
Tribune staff writerThe Bears hailed the 49ers as the best and flailed them like all the rest Sunday. By a score of 26-10, they staked their latest legitimate claim to the top of the National Football League. ``It`s only for a week, but we`re pretty good right now,`` said...
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