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September 24, 2001
Washington (0-1) at Green Bay (1-0) Time: 9 p.m., chs. 2, 7. Line: Packers by 9. Ken Murray's outlook: The Redskins managed just 161 total yards in a 30-3 loss at San Diego. Their offensive line allowed only one sack, but faces a Packers pass rush that got seven against Detroit. Redskins QB Jeff George's starting job appears tenuous. Packers QB Brett Favre leads the NFC with a .786 completion percentage, and he's got a running game. Ahman Green has rushed for 510 yards in his past four regular-season games, an average of 127.5.
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November 25, 2007
Today BUFFALO@JACKSONVILLE BILLS: Out: RB Marshawn Lynch (ankle). Questionable: CB Jerametrius Butler (calf). JAGUARS: Out: LB Mike Peterson (hand). Doubtful: WR John Broussard (ankle). Questionable: CB Rashean Mathis (groin), WR Reggie Williams (back). Probable: TE Greg Estandia (foot), RB Fred Taylor (thigh). DENVER@CHICAGO BRONCOS: Doubtful: RB Travis Henry (knee). Questionable: RB Paul Smith (calf), WR Javon Walker (knee), RB Selvin Young (knee). Probable: DE John Engelberger (shoulder)
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SPORTS
November 9, 1997
PassingJohn Dutton, Nevada 28-for-41, 557 yards, 5 TDsSchool-record passing paved way to 56-42 win over Boise State.Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech29-for-44, 332 yards, 3 TDsSet school records for passing yards in a season in 32-29 win over Alabama-Birmingham.Dan Gonzalez, East Carolina 26-for-33, 337 yards, 4 TDsHelped Pirates turn back Houston, 28-27.RushingTravis Prentice, Miami (Ohio) 35 carries, 227 yards, 2 TDsBig day came in 45-21 rout of Ohio University.Ahman Green, Nebraska 30 carries, 181 yards, 1 TDMarks eighth consecutive 100-yard game.
SPORTS
September 29, 2007
Ravens at Cleveland RAVENS -- Out: DT Trevor Pryce (wrist), CB Samari Rolle (illness). Questionable: WR Mark Clayton (calf), T Jonathan Ogden (toe), TE Daniel Wilcox (ankle), WR Demetrius Williams (heel). Probable: RB Justin Green (thigh), TE Todd Heap (calf), LB Ray Lewis (ankle), WR Derrick Mason (back), QB Steve McNair (groin), S Ed Reed (wrist), LB Gary Stills (knee). BROWNS -- Questionable: S Gary Baxter (knees), WR Tim Carter (knee), LB Willie McGinest (back), LB Antwan Peek (foot)
SPORTS
By MIKE PRESTON | March 6, 2007
The question last week was: Whom do you want running the ball for the Ravens next season? Forty of you answered (two answers were duplicates). Now, some of the votes might be affected by who's still on the market and who's not. However, nobody voted for Ahman Green (now with the Texans), and Willis McGahee got two votes, so maybe not. The winner? Jamal Lewis, with nine votes. I thought everybody hated the thought of his coming back. Of course, you could also view the results as saying 31 of you didn't want him back, with two voting, essentially, for "anybody but him."
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | October 10, 2005
TURNAROUND Bills WR Eric Moulds had 10 catches and no TDs in his first four games this year. Yesterday, after the Bills switched QBs and started Kelly Holcomb, Moulds had seven catches and his first touchdown in a win over Miami. WELL-PROTECTED The Colts went deep into their 18th quarter of the season before allowing the first sack of QB Peyton Manning. Blitzing from the corner, 49ers LB Andre Carter beat Jake Scott to get the season's first takedown of Manning. GROUNDED BY JETS Tampa Bay coach Jon Gruden found out why he's got to give rookie RB Carnell Williams a breather once in a while after the Williams-less Bucs couldn't sustain a running game in a 14-12 loss to the Jets.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | November 9, 2003
In the glare of the national spotlight, two converging offensive fronts will collide when the Ravens take on the St. Louis Rams tonight at raucous Edward Jones Dome. The made-for-prime-time ESPN affair will feature the Ravens' thunderous running attack against the Rams' lightning-quick passing game. Both rank No. 1 in the league but only one will come away on top in this ultimate battle of styles and wills. "It is `Old School' vs. `The Greatest Show on Turf,' " Ravens coach Brian Billick said.
SPORTS
By Dave Alexander | October 14, 2004
You know it's going to be a strange week when your first-round pick (Clinton Portis? Ahman Green?) gets one-upped by a guy named Artose or Mewelde. That's how it went last weekend, when on-field results flew in the face of reasonable predictions, making so-called experts look so-so at best. Week 5 included the unexpected return of Deuce McAllister (so long, Stecker!) and the unexpected departure of DeShaun Foster (so much for that breakout season, huh?). It was a week in which quarterbacks Tim Rattay and Josh McCown, who play for a couple of the worst teams in the NFL, were among the best players in all of fantasy football.
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By CHILDS WALKER | September 29, 2005
So your fantasy football team is 0-3 and you can't decide whether to panic (your first instinct) or hold tight (after all, you really did prepare for your draft). Your actions in the next week or two could determine whether the season gets interesting or becomes a write-off. I learned the fantasy ropes playing rotisserie baseball, where you can tank the first month and come back to finish in the money. But football is a different, more reductive animal. Most leagues play head-to-head, and you can't erase early season defeats, so you have to fix problems quickly.
SPORTS
September 29, 2007
Ravens at Cleveland RAVENS -- Out: DT Trevor Pryce (wrist), CB Samari Rolle (illness). Questionable: WR Mark Clayton (calf), T Jonathan Ogden (toe), TE Daniel Wilcox (ankle), WR Demetrius Williams (heel). Probable: RB Justin Green (thigh), TE Todd Heap (calf), LB Ray Lewis (ankle), WR Derrick Mason (back), QB Steve McNair (groin), S Ed Reed (wrist), LB Gary Stills (knee). BROWNS -- Questionable: S Gary Baxter (knees), WR Tim Carter (knee), LB Willie McGinest (back), LB Antwan Peek (foot)
SPORTS
By MIKE PRESTON | March 6, 2007
The question last week was: Whom do you want running the ball for the Ravens next season? Forty of you answered (two answers were duplicates). Now, some of the votes might be affected by who's still on the market and who's not. However, nobody voted for Ahman Green (now with the Texans), and Willis McGahee got two votes, so maybe not. The winner? Jamal Lewis, with nine votes. I thought everybody hated the thought of his coming back. Of course, you could also view the results as saying 31 of you didn't want him back, with two voting, essentially, for "anybody but him."
SPORTS
By RAY FRAGER | December 30, 2005
As we head toward college football's championship game, Wednesday's Rose Bowl on ABC (8 p.m., WMAR/Channel 2 and WJLA/Channel 7), much of the talk is about Southern California's place among the greatest teams of all time. Few observers of college football - certainly among sportscasters - are better qualified to make that judgment than ABC's Keith Jackson. The network's authoritative play-by-play man, in his 39th year in broadcasting, will call the Rose Bowl along with analyst Dan Fouts.
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | October 10, 2005
TURNAROUND Bills WR Eric Moulds had 10 catches and no TDs in his first four games this year. Yesterday, after the Bills switched QBs and started Kelly Holcomb, Moulds had seven catches and his first touchdown in a win over Miami. WELL-PROTECTED The Colts went deep into their 18th quarter of the season before allowing the first sack of QB Peyton Manning. Blitzing from the corner, 49ers LB Andre Carter beat Jake Scott to get the season's first takedown of Manning. GROUNDED BY JETS Tampa Bay coach Jon Gruden found out why he's got to give rookie RB Carnell Williams a breather once in a while after the Williams-less Bucs couldn't sustain a running game in a 14-12 loss to the Jets.
SPORTS
By CHILDS WALKER | September 29, 2005
So your fantasy football team is 0-3 and you can't decide whether to panic (your first instinct) or hold tight (after all, you really did prepare for your draft). Your actions in the next week or two could determine whether the season gets interesting or becomes a write-off. I learned the fantasy ropes playing rotisserie baseball, where you can tank the first month and come back to finish in the money. But football is a different, more reductive animal. Most leagues play head-to-head, and you can't erase early season defeats, so you have to fix problems quickly.
SPORTS
By Dave Alexander | October 14, 2004
You know it's going to be a strange week when your first-round pick (Clinton Portis? Ahman Green?) gets one-upped by a guy named Artose or Mewelde. That's how it went last weekend, when on-field results flew in the face of reasonable predictions, making so-called experts look so-so at best. Week 5 included the unexpected return of Deuce McAllister (so long, Stecker!) and the unexpected departure of DeShaun Foster (so much for that breakout season, huh?). It was a week in which quarterbacks Tim Rattay and Josh McCown, who play for a couple of the worst teams in the NFL, were among the best players in all of fantasy football.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | November 9, 2003
In the glare of the national spotlight, two converging offensive fronts will collide when the Ravens take on the St. Louis Rams tonight at raucous Edward Jones Dome. The made-for-prime-time ESPN affair will feature the Ravens' thunderous running attack against the Rams' lightning-quick passing game. Both rank No. 1 in the league but only one will come away on top in this ultimate battle of styles and wills. "It is `Old School' vs. `The Greatest Show on Turf,' " Ravens coach Brian Billick said.
SPORTS
November 25, 2007
Today BUFFALO@JACKSONVILLE BILLS: Out: RB Marshawn Lynch (ankle). Questionable: CB Jerametrius Butler (calf). JAGUARS: Out: LB Mike Peterson (hand). Doubtful: WR John Broussard (ankle). Questionable: CB Rashean Mathis (groin), WR Reggie Williams (back). Probable: TE Greg Estandia (foot), RB Fred Taylor (thigh). DENVER@CHICAGO BRONCOS: Doubtful: RB Travis Henry (knee). Questionable: RB Paul Smith (calf), WR Javon Walker (knee), RB Selvin Young (knee). Probable: DE John Engelberger (shoulder)
SPORTS
By RAY FRAGER | December 30, 2005
As we head toward college football's championship game, Wednesday's Rose Bowl on ABC (8 p.m., WMAR/Channel 2 and WJLA/Channel 7), much of the talk is about Southern California's place among the greatest teams of all time. Few observers of college football - certainly among sportscasters - are better qualified to make that judgment than ABC's Keith Jackson. The network's authoritative play-by-play man, in his 39th year in broadcasting, will call the Rose Bowl along with analyst Dan Fouts.
SPORTS
September 24, 2001
Washington (0-1) at Green Bay (1-0) Time: 9 p.m., chs. 2, 7. Line: Packers by 9. Ken Murray's outlook: The Redskins managed just 161 total yards in a 30-3 loss at San Diego. Their offensive line allowed only one sack, but faces a Packers pass rush that got seven against Detroit. Redskins QB Jeff George's starting job appears tenuous. Packers QB Brett Favre leads the NFC with a .786 completion percentage, and he's got a running game. Ahman Green has rushed for 510 yards in his past four regular-season games, an average of 127.5.
SPORTS
November 9, 1997
PassingJohn Dutton, Nevada 28-for-41, 557 yards, 5 TDsSchool-record passing paved way to 56-42 win over Boise State.Tim Rattay, Louisiana Tech29-for-44, 332 yards, 3 TDsSet school records for passing yards in a season in 32-29 win over Alabama-Birmingham.Dan Gonzalez, East Carolina 26-for-33, 337 yards, 4 TDsHelped Pirates turn back Houston, 28-27.RushingTravis Prentice, Miami (Ohio) 35 carries, 227 yards, 2 TDsBig day came in 45-21 rout of Ohio University.Ahman Green, Nebraska 30 carries, 181 yards, 1 TDMarks eighth consecutive 100-yard game.
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