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O, by the WaySo far this season there is no clear-cut, runaway candidate for NFL MVP as there was a year ago when Tom Brady was the easy selection. The most high-profile player on arguably the best team is Giants quarterback Eli Manning......
WatchdogInteresting comments from a call earlier today in which CBS analyst Phil Simms discussed Kerry Collins as the latter prepares to start his first home playoff game since goring the Vikings, 41-0, in 2001 at Giants Stadium. Click below to......
Sun reporterNow there can be no doubt. The Ravens claimed their place in history last night with one final dissertation on great defense. A team that swaggered into Super Bowl XXXV delivered on its sound and fury of the past week with a 34-7 demolition of the New...
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...
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....
Tribune staff reporterSuccess in NFL exhibition games cannot be judged by conventional criteria. That is, were any key players injured? Did the rookies embarrass themselves? Did coaches learn anything? And, oh, yeah, did the team win? By those standards, the Bears had an...
Tribune Staff WriterOn the day after this Super Bowl, Ray Lewis was a family man and the Baltimore Ravens were America's Family. The Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XXXV, hoarse from staying up all night to celebrate, said Monday his greatest joy after Sunday night's 34-...
Sun StaffRay Lewis stunned the 254 recently drafted players at the NFL's annual rookie symposium in Carlsbad, Calif., with a surprise appearance Tuesday in which he cautioned them about life in the spotlight and the wrong crowd that fame can attract. The Ravens'...
Tags: Jamal Lewis, Basketball, Death, Travis Taylor, Crimes
Sun ReporterOAKLAND, Calif. - Baltimore football fans are going to have to bone up on their Roman numerals over the next XIV days, because the Ravens are headed for Super Bowl XXXV. The Ravens scored a historic 16-3 victory over the Oakland Raiders at Network...
Latimes.comJack Del Rio, a 1981-84 USC linebacker who started for the Trojans all four years, will get the next chance to stop Peyton Manning, the Indianapolis quarterback who threw the ball on every snap in the first quarter of last Sunday's 43-31 win over Green...
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...
Tags: Tom Moore, Basketball, John Elway, Edgerrin James, J.J. Johnson
Latimes.com ColumnistFor the first time in a month or so, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looked like a football team Monday night though scoring just often enough to put down the New York Giants, 19-13. In the fourth quarter, they never missed a beat after the Giants hit them with...
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