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November 29, 2004
'He was on the ground more than he was standing up today.' Randy McMichael, Miami tight end, on San Francisco quarterback Tim Rattay, who was sacked eight times Sunday by the Dolphins
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October 23, 2011 | Sam Farmer
Tim Tebow's debut wasn't half-bad. It was more than three-quarters bad. But the Denver quarterback — each pass wobbling out of his hand like a waterlogged Nerf ball — somehow directed the Broncos to an 18-15 overtime victory at Miami on Sunday, reminding fans and critics alike that he simply knows how to win. "It's tough to say, but man, Timmy did a great job," said Dolphins center Mike Pouncey, who played with Tebow at Florida....
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September 15, 2008 | From the Associated Press
ST. LOUIS -- A 97-yard drive put the New York offense in gear. Another stifling effort from a big-play defense led by Justin Tuck made much of the scoring window dressing in the Giants' 12th straight road victory, including their Super Bowl win last February. Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes and the Giants sacked Marc Bulger six times in a 41-13 victory over the St. Louis Rams. The Rams (0-2) came up with another dud in their home opener, which also served as a tribute to their late owner Georgia Frontiere.
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November 7, 2010 | Sam Farmer
There's a first time for everything. It took nine weeks, but Sunday, for the first time this NFL season: Oakland had a sellout ? and now has its first winning record. San Diego won on the road. Miami lost on the road. Seattle lost at home. Brett Favre magic finally resurfaced in Minnesota, although there wasn't a lot of celebrating afterward. And Buffalo ? well, the Bills almost collected their first victory of the season but wound up suffering their third three-point loss in a row. "It hurts," Coach Chan Gailey said after his Bills dropped to 0-8 with a 22-19 loss to Chicago in Toronto.
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June 1, 1989 | PAMELA MARIN, Pamela Marin is a regular contributor to Orange County Life.
Doubles, anyone? When the Adoption Guild of Southern Orange County asks, tennis fans answer the call. Doubled-up for competition last weekend, more than 1,100 local players and a sizable contingent of out-of-county residents stroked their way through the early rounds of the guild-sponsored 28th annual Doubles Tennis Tournament, a benefit for Holy Family Services Counseling and Adoption Agency in Santa Ana. The tourney--proclaimed by...
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November 7, 2010 | Sam Farmer
There's a first time for everything. It took nine weeks, but Sunday, for the first time this NFL season: Oakland had a sellout ? and now has its first winning record. San Diego won on the road. Miami lost on the road. Seattle lost at home. Brett Favre magic finally resurfaced in Minnesota, although there wasn't a lot of celebrating afterward. And Buffalo ? well, the Bills almost collected their first victory of the season but wound up suffering their third three-point loss in a row. "It hurts," Coach Chan Gailey said after his Bills dropped to 0-8 with a 22-19 loss to Chicago in Toronto.
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October 23, 2011 | Sam Farmer
Tim Tebow's debut wasn't half-bad. It was more than three-quarters bad. But the Denver quarterback — each pass wobbling out of his hand like a waterlogged Nerf ball — somehow directed the Broncos to an 18-15 overtime victory at Miami on Sunday, reminding fans and critics alike that he simply knows how to win. "It's tough to say, but man, Timmy did a great job," said Dolphins center Mike Pouncey, who played with Tebow at Florida....
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November 5, 2012 | By Kevin Baxter
You don't know Bob Romanski, but if you've watched an NFL game in the last 33 years you've seen his work. That's because any player who has worn the silver and black of the Raiders during that time was outfitted - from shoelaces to shoulder pads, jockstrap to chin strap - by Romanski, the team's equipment manager since the final days of the Carter administration. And that's just the most visible part of his job "It's from A to Z what you do," Romanski says. "There's times where you're working on a helmet radio system for practice and then a couple of hours later you could be tailoring a pair of pants.
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September 19, 2005 | From Associated Press
Early in the fourth quarter Sunday, with the game on the line, New York Jet Coach Herman Edwards walked to his franchise quarterback on the sideline. He told Chad Pennington, "We have to score." The Miami Dolphins had just closed the gap to three points and the defense needed a breather. Pennington promptly went out and led a beautiful drive, making up for his struggles early on, and helped seal a 17-7 victory with a one-yard score to Jerald Sowell.
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October 22, 2007 | From the Associated Press
SEATTLE -- Matt Hasselbeck was hurting. Shaun Alexander was stalled and getting booed again. Too bad for St. Louis that nothing was wrong with Ram-killer Nate Burleson. Burleson returned the second-half kickoff 91 yards for a game-changing touchdown and the sputtering Seahawks pulled away from winless St. Louis, 33-6, sending the Rams (0-7) to their worst start in their 70 years in the NFL. Seattle (4-3) led, 10-3, at the half, even though St. Louis had just 41 yards.
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September 15, 2008 | From the Associated Press
ST. LOUIS -- A 97-yard drive put the New York offense in gear. Another stifling effort from a big-play defense led by Justin Tuck made much of the scoring window dressing in the Giants' 12th straight road victory, including their Super Bowl win last February. Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes and the Giants sacked Marc Bulger six times in a 41-13 victory over the St. Louis Rams. The Rams (0-2) came up with another dud in their home opener, which also served as a tribute to their late owner Georgia Frontiere.
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November 29, 2004
'He was on the ground more than he was standing up today.' Randy McMichael, Miami tight end, on San Francisco quarterback Tim Rattay, who was sacked eight times Sunday by the Dolphins
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June 1, 1989 | PAMELA MARIN, Pamela Marin is a regular contributor to Orange County Life.
Doubles, anyone? When the Adoption Guild of Southern Orange County asks, tennis fans answer the call. Doubled-up for competition last weekend, more than 1,100 local players and a sizable contingent of out-of-county residents stroked their way through the early rounds of the guild-sponsored 28th annual Doubles Tennis Tournament, a benefit for Holy Family Services Counseling and Adoption Agency in Santa Ana. The tourney--proclaimed by...
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November 17, 2004
NFL third-down receptions leaders *--* Name Rec. Yds. Avg. LG TD Chad Johnson, Cincinnati 20 287 14.4 50t 1 Antonio Gates, San Diego 19 220 11.6 29 4 Randy McMichael, Miami 18 210 11.7 42t 1 Hines Ward, Pittsburgh 15 218 14.5 58 1 Jabar Gaffney, Houston 14 189 13.5 30 0 Johnnie Morton, Kansas City 14 212 15.1 31 2 Brandon Stokley, Indianapolis 14 179 12.8 27t 3 Ronald Curry, Oakland 13 195 15.0 43t 2 David Givens, New England 13 194 14.9 27 0 Kenny Watson, Cincinnati 13 83 6.
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