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September 10, 2012
Robert Griffin III had a stunning NFL debut for Washington on Sunday, completing 19 of 26 passes for 320 yards, two touchdowns and a quarterback rating of 139.9 in the Redskins' 40-32 victory over the New Orleans Saints. Writers from around the Tribune Co. discuss what we can expect from RG3 the rest of the season. Check back throughout the day for more responses and join the discussion by voting in the poll and leaving a comment of your own. Sam Farmer, Los Angeles Times Take a deep breath.
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January 28, 2010 | Sam Farmer
What the Indianapolis Colts' offense needs to concentrate on to combat the New Orleans Saints' defense in Super Bowl XLIV. Beat the clock Peyton Manning is the best in the business when it comes to squeezing every last second out of the play clock to figure out what the defense is doing. The NFL is all about disguise, and the Saints defense will want to hide whether it's in man or zone coverage because Manning can exploit that. You frequently see Manning pointing across the line of scrimmage, often at a linebacker.
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February 7, 2010 | By Sam Farmer
Peyton Manning doesn't like to waste time. So, for instance, when the Indianapolis quarterback runs on the treadmill, he doesn't just chug along like everyone else. He practices the two-minute drill while jogging, gesturing and calling out plays as he racks up the miles. "The first time I saw that I was like, 'What is he doing?' " Colts guard Ryan Lilja said. "I'd never seen that before, but then I realized it makes perfect sense. This guy is a next-level thinker." For one NFL team -- either Manning's Colts or the New Orleans Saints -- the next level is just four quarters away.
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October 7, 2009 | SAM FARMER, ON THE NFL
No team did more hitting in training camp than the San Francisco 49ers. And, at least through the first quarter of the NFL season, that appears to be paying dividends. San Francisco (3-1) has won seven of nine under Coach Mike Singletary , and is coming off a 35-0 obliteration of St. Louis in which the 49ers scored two touchdowns on defense and one on special teams. For them, Sunday's test is turning back the well-rested Atlanta Falcons, a team loaded with offensive weapons and coming off its open week.
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September 6, 2008
As provided by the league: SUNDAY ARIZONA at SAN FRANCISCO -- Cardinals: DOUBTFUL: DT Alan Branch (ankle), C Al Johnson (knee), DT Gabe Watson (knee). QUESTIONABLE: TE Jerame Tuman (hamstring). PROBABLE: T Mike Gandy (knee), TE Ben Patrick (ankle). 49ers: PROBABLE: DT Aubrayo Franklin (knee), LB Parys Haralson (shoulder), S Michael Lewis (back), TE Delanie Walker (calf). CAROLINA at SAN DIEGO -- Panthers: OUT: QB Matt Moore (fibula), WR Ryne Robinson (knee). PROBABLE: RB Nick Goings (hand)
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January 22, 2010 | By Brad Biggs
If Peyton Manning ever compares his record four most-valuable-player awards, the honor this season might come out on top. He didn't throw for 49 touchdowns as he did in 2004, but if there was ever a season in which Manning best embodied the award, it was this one, when the Indianapolis Colts rebuilt their offense on the fly. Now they're one victory shy of a second trip to the Super Bowl with Manning, facing the upstart New York Jets in Sunday's AFC...
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October 15, 2011 | Sam Farmer
Rob Ryan, defensive coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys, has tried something new heading into Sunday's game at New England: The silent treatment. Ryan, whose comment that Detroit's Calvin Johnson would be the third-best receiver on the Cowboys came back to haunt him, thought it best to keep his opinions to himself on the Patriots' Wes Welker. "I'm afraid to comment on wideouts," Ryan told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram when asked about Welker. "Apparently, I don't know anything.
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January 23, 2010 | Sam Farmer
Who's going to make it to the Super Bowl? Keep an eye on the over/unders. That's the overachieving understudies, and each of the four teams in Sunday's conference championship games has at least two of them. They are the unheralded players who have ably stepped into key roles to help their teams -- New Orleans, Minnesota, Indianapolis and the New York Jets -- get to this point. A look at some of the no-names who've got game: Jets SHONN GREENE, running back: Greene, a rookie from Iowa, expected to spend this season learning behind veterans Leon Washington and Thomas Jones.
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January 28, 2010 | By Mike Bresnahan
Someone forgot to tell Andrew Bynum that the coaches already submitted their ballots. The 22-year-old center, hoping to be selected today as an All-Star reserve, put up eye-catching numbers in the Lakers' 118-96 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday at Conseco Fieldhouse. He scored a season-high 27 points and took 12 rebounds as the Lakers improved to 3-2 on their eight-game trip, this one coming against a team that's, uh, defensively challenged, to put it kindly. Whether Bynum's body of work this season is good enough to be put in play Feb. 14 at Cowboys Stadium will be determined by NBA coaches, who submitted their votes for reserves earlier this week.
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November 18, 2010 | Sam Farmer
Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman has nine career victories, six of them fourth-quarter comebacks. Cleveland running back Peyton Hillis has emerged as one of the NFL's toughest ballcarriers to bring down. Baltimore tackle Michael Oher has locked down the most difficult position on the line, and ? in keeping with the book and movie that chronicled his teenage years ? he's now protecting the blind side. They are but three of the league's up-and-coming players, emerging household names.
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