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SPORTS
December 23, 1991 | T.J. SIMERS
F: QUARTERBACKS John Friesz waits until end of season to do his Billy Joe Tolliver imitation. Dan Henning has better chance of being named coach of year than Friesz has trying to tackle safety Steve Atwater. C: RUNNING BACKS Why did free agent Rod "play me more" Bernstine send Christmas cards to the other 27 NFL teams? Eric Bieniemy finishes year with three carries. F: RECEIVERS Shawn Jefferson ends season strongly with three times more dropped passes than Lee Williams had sacks for Houston.
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SPORTS
November 11, 1991 | T.J. SIMERS
A: QUARTERBACKS Idaho Kid's best thing going here, but team's marketing department gives each fan entering stadium pack of trading cards--complete with pic of Billy Joe Tolliver. B: RUNNING BACKS Like the return of Eliot Ness, Marion Butts is back and beating on the bad guys. There's still one Unsolved Mystery: Why are the Chargers hiding Eric Bieniemy? A: RECEIVERS Anthony Miller gets head start on Brian Davis and is caught from behind.
SPORTS
December 14, 1992 | T.J. SIMERS
S: QUARTERBACKS Goods news: Stan Humphries is selected MVP. Bad news: He goes on banquet circuit. In cost-cutting move, Padres release starter Bruce Hurst and sign reliever Bob Gagliano. U: RUNNING BACKS Ronnie Harmon puts Chargers on Monday Night Football next year almost as often as Murphy Brown. Bobby Beathard trades Eric Moten, drafts Marshall Faulk. P: RECEIVERS Shawn Jefferson appears on box of Wheaties catching the football.
SPORTS
September 30, 1991 | T.J. SIMERS
D: QUARTERBACKS The brass passed on Dan McGwire in the draft, and now he's passed John Friesz in NFL career victories with one. Shoot fire, by this time Billy Joe Tolliver had two wins. B: RUNNING BACKS Rod Bernstine lost a bet with Q106 deejays and has to suit up in McDonald's uniform and work the drive-thru window. Don't suppose Alex Spanos will be by for a Happy Meal. F: RECEIVERS The way he's been playing, Anthony Miller ought to catch the next plane out of town. Only problem: He'd miss it.
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