The Kickoff

October 18, 2005

Good morning --Ozzie Guillen--You may be single-handedly bringing back the complete game.

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Pro hockey, Boston@Montreal, OLN, 7:30

Soccer, Lille OSC vs. Manchester Un., ESPN2, 2:30

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QUESTION OF THE DAY

Should Chester Taylor take on the role of the Ravens' main running back?

I believe that Jim Fassel should give Chester Taylor a chance, considering that Jamal Lewis is not performing as expected this season.

Vince Bands

Catonsville

Absolutely. Don't re-sign Lewis. The money would bebetter spent on revamping the lines and other hotspots.

Jim Yealy

Taneytown

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What changes would you make on the Orioles' coaching staff?

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