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November 11, 1991
Four former Maryland Terrapins quarterbacks played yesterday in the NFL, two -- Boomer Esiason and Neil O'Donnell -- against each other, and two others -- Stan Gelbaugh and Frank Reich -- in reserve roles in separate games. Here is how they fared:4 Player, Team..... Com-Att..... Yds... TD... IntEsiason, Cin. ...... 32-43....... 361... 1.... 1O'Donnell, Pit. .... 24-39....... 309... 3.... 0Gelbaugh, Pho. ....... 2-3........ 57... 1.... 1Reich, Buf. .......... 0-1......... 0... 0.... 0(Coverage, 6C)
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By Edward Lee | edward.lee@baltsun.com | January 15, 2010
Frank Reich has gone from trying to become a Hall of Fame quarterback to molding one. Reich, the former Maryland and Buffalo Bills quarterback credited with mounting two of the most memorable comeback wins in football history - one in college and one in the NFL - is the quarterbacks coach for the Indianapolis Colts. Many of his daily responsibilities revolve around interacting with 10-time Pro Bowl selection Peyton Manning. Reich's access to Manning engenders a question he has heard frequently.
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By Edward Lee | edward.lee@baltsun.com | January 15, 2010
Frank Reich has gone from trying to become a Hall of Fame quarterback to molding one. Reich, the former Maryland and Buffalo Bills quarterback credited with mounting two of the most memorable comeback wins in football history - one in college and one in the NFL - is the quarterbacks coach for the Indianapolis Colts. Many of his daily responsibilities revolve around interacting with 10-time Pro Bowl selection Peyton Manning. Reich's access to Manning engenders a question he has heard frequently.
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By Source: Baltimore Sun archives | December 11, 2009
The Ravens, who started the 1998 season with high expectations, defeated the Detroit Lions, 19-10, on Dec. 27, 1998, at the Ravens' stadium at Camden Yards in coach Ted Marchibroda's final game. He finished his three seasons as Ravens coach with a 16-31-3 mark. The Ravens held Lions running back Barry Sanders to 41 yards on 19 carries, and the Ravens out-gained the Lions 295-236 in total yards and held nearly a seven-minute edge in time of possession. WHAT HAPPENED: : The Ravens took a 9-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | January 10, 1993
PITTSBURGH -- For the second straight week, Frank Reich delivered as the Buffalo Bills' starting quarterback.Now the question is whether he'll get a third week.After the Bills eliminated the Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-3, in an AFC semifinal at Three Rivers Stadium yesterday, Jim Kelly, Buffalo's injured starter, said he wants to play in next week's AFC championship game.Kelly injured his right knee in the Bills' final game of the regular season."I'm going to start rehab on Monday," Kelly said.
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By Source: Baltimore Sun archives | December 11, 2009
The Ravens, who started the 1998 season with high expectations, defeated the Detroit Lions, 19-10, on Dec. 27, 1998, at the Ravens' stadium at Camden Yards in coach Ted Marchibroda's final game. He finished his three seasons as Ravens coach with a 16-31-3 mark. The Ravens held Lions running back Barry Sanders to 41 yards on 19 carries, and the Ravens out-gained the Lions 295-236 in total yards and held nearly a seven-minute edge in time of possession. WHAT HAPPENED: : The Ravens took a 9-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | January 9, 1993
PITTSBURGH -- Frank Reich is the career second-stringer, the guy who spent a seeming lifetime in the wings, ever ready, ever vigilant.Neil O'Donnell is the promising front-liner, an unsung draft pick who landed in the right place at the right time.Different paths, same origin.Both learned their trade at Quarterback U.Reich, of the Buffalo Bills, and O'Donnell, of the Pittsburgh Steelers, represent the newest rage in the NFL -- the Maryland quarterback.They'll try to knock one another out of the NFL playoffs today at Three Rivers Stadium in an intriguing AFC divisional-round matchup of former Terrapins heroes.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | January 3, 1993
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- For the Buffalo Bills, it was a season that began with high expectations: Two straight trips to the Super Bowl had given confidence to a team that entered the season with All-Pro performers on both sides of the ball.But when they play host to the Houston Oilers in today's AFC wild-card game, the banged-up Bills merely will be hoping to survive another week.Survival won't be easy for Buffalo, particularly with the loss of quarterback Jim Kelly, who suffered a sprained right knee when he was tackled by Houston's Ray Childress in last week's 27-3 loss to the Oilers at the Astrodome.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | January 27, 1994
ATLANTA -- Quarterback Frank Reich was among the first to emerge from the catacombs of the Rose Bowl last January and launch the Buffalo Bills' drive for four."
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By Jennifer Frey and Jennifer Frey,Knight-Ridder | December 19, 1990
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y.--THE PHONE rang incessantly in the Buffalo Bills' administrative offices Monday.The switchboard operator, her desk covered with unopened letters, unfiled papers and untyped memos, answered the same question at least 100 times."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | July 29, 1995
Frank Reich, who spent most of his NFL career looking over Jim Kelly's shoulder, now finds himself looking over his own shoulder.Reich, who started just eight games for the Buffalo Bills while backing up Kelly for the past decade, starts a new phase of his career today when the two expansion teams, the Carolina Panthers and the Jacksonville Jaguars, make their debuts against each other in the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.At the age of 33, the former Maryland quarterback only has to beat out Jack Trudeau, the former Colts and Jets quarterback, to win the Panthers' starting job.But Carolina coach Dom Capers says the job is wide-open.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | January 27, 1994
ATLANTA -- Quarterback Frank Reich was among the first to emerge from the catacombs of the Rose Bowl last January and launch the Buffalo Bills' drive for four."
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | January 10, 1993
PITTSBURGH -- For the second straight week, Frank Reich delivered as the Buffalo Bills' starting quarterback.Now the question is whether he'll get a third week.After the Bills eliminated the Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-3, in an AFC semifinal at Three Rivers Stadium yesterday, Jim Kelly, Buffalo's injured starter, said he wants to play in next week's AFC championship game.Kelly injured his right knee in the Bills' final game of the regular season."I'm going to start rehab on Monday," Kelly said.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | January 9, 1993
PITTSBURGH -- Frank Reich is the career second-stringer, the guy who spent a seeming lifetime in the wings, ever ready, ever vigilant.Neil O'Donnell is the promising front-liner, an unsung draft pick who landed in the right place at the right time.Different paths, same origin.Both learned their trade at Quarterback U.Reich, of the Buffalo Bills, and O'Donnell, of the Pittsburgh Steelers, represent the newest rage in the NFL -- the Maryland quarterback.They'll try to knock one another out of the NFL playoffs today at Three Rivers Stadium in an intriguing AFC divisional-round matchup of former Terrapins heroes.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Staff Writer | January 5, 1993
Momentum does not always arrive with the siren call of an interception or the flash of a long, completed pass.Sometimes it just sneaks up on you, almost unnoticed, the way it sneaked up on the Buffalo Bills Sunday.There were three prime ingredients to Buffalo's astounding 41-38 playoff victory over the Houston Oilers, the biggest comeback in the history of the NFL:* The Bills' resolve to use their base 3-4 defense, matching linebackers against Houston's wide receivers.* Frank Reich's know-how in the art of coming back.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | January 3, 1993
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- For the Buffalo Bills, it was a season that began with high expectations: Two straight trips to the Super Bowl had given confidence to a team that entered the season with All-Pro performers on both sides of the ball.But when they play host to the Houston Oilers in today's AFC wild-card game, the banged-up Bills merely will be hoping to survive another week.Survival won't be easy for Buffalo, particularly with the loss of quarterback Jim Kelly, who suffered a sprained right knee when he was tackled by Houston's Ray Childress in last week's 27-3 loss to the Oilers at the Astrodome.
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By Jennifer Frey and Jennifer Frey,Knight-Ridder | December 24, 1990
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Frank Reich didn't want to be ahero. He didn't have fantasies about throwing five touchdown passes and leading the Buffalo Bills to a huge AFC East-winning victory over the Miami Dolphins. He didn't want to make the fans filing out of Rich Stadium yesterday forget that Jim Kelly exists.He wanted what most backup quarterbacks want when they are called upon to start in a big game.He wanted to avoid screwing up."I told Jim Kelly before the game that I'm not trying to be the hero of this game," Reich said.
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November 11, 1991
Four former Maryland Terrapins quarterbacks played yesterday in the NFL, two -- Boomer Esiason and Neil O'Donnell -- against each other, and two others -- Stan Gelbaugh and Frank Reich -- in reserve roles in separate games. Here is how they fared:4 Player, Team..... Com-Att..... Yds... TD... IntEsiason, Cin. ...... 32-43....... 361... 1.... 1O'Donnell, Pit. .... 24-39....... 309... 3.... 0Gelbaugh, Pho. ....... 2-3........ 57... 1.... 1Reich, Buf. .......... 0-1......... 0... 0.... 0(Coverage, 6C)
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