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By Rick Gosselin and Rick Gosselin,Dallas Morning News | December 31, 1990
ATLANTA -- Babe Laufenberg could not quarterback the Dallas Cowboys into the playoffs. Now they must hope Rams quarterback Jim Everett can.Making his first NFC start in a game the Cowboys needed to win to clinch a playoff spot, Laufenberg and his offense floundered yesterday as the Cowboys were pummeled, 26-7, by the lowly Atlanta Falcons in their regular-season finale before a crowd of 50,097.Despite their 7-9 record, the Cowboys still can qualify for the playoffs as the final wild-card team if the Los Angeles Rams upset the New Orleans Saints tonight (9, Ch. 13)
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | September 2, 1997
Is this any way to start a football season? By the numbers, on opening day in the NFL:Four more quarterbacks went down with injury, along with the league's all-time leading receiver.Nine games were decided by an average of 21.3 points.Six defensive players scored touchdowns.And seven teams couldn't make it through August before calamity struck.Forget the Seattle Seahawks' humiliating loss to the New York Jets and the Philadelphia Eagles' futile performance against the New York Giants. The team that took the biggest hit in Week 1 was the San Francisco 49ers, whose 13-6 defeat to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was overshadowed by the loss of All-Pro receiver Jerry Rice.
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NEWS
September 6, 1996
1. Green Bay: Even the president's on the bandwagon.2. San Francisco: 49ers may have found a running game.3. Dallas: It's time for Barry Switzer to prove he can coach.4. Buffalo: Oldies but goodies.5. Kansas City: Chiefs find a way to win in the regular season.6. Miami: Jimmy Johnson found a running game.7. Denver: John Elway still makes Broncos go.8. Pittsburgh: Steelers miss Neil O'Donnell.9. San Diego: Chargers could recover their super form.10. Indianapolis: Maybe Jim Harbaugh's for real.
SPORTS
December 8, 1996
Atlanta (2-11) at New Orleans (2-11)Time 1 p.m.Line: Saints by 2Vs. spread: Falcons 4-9; Saints 5-8.Last week: Falcons lost to 49ers, 34-10; Saints lost to Rams, 26-10.Outlook: NFC West cellar isn't big enough for both sad-sack teams. Saints are near bottom of league in most offensive categories, and Falcons are near bottom in most defensive stats. Does bad defense beat decent offense, or vice versa? Maybe Doug Nussmeier -- who? -- will give New Orleans a spark, subbing at QB for Jim Everett.
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By Team capsules and division predictions by Vito Stellino | September 2, 1994
Division predictionThe 49ers will win this division easily. Their goal isn't the division, it's the Super Bowl. The Rams should finish last before they order the moving vans, and the Saints and Falcons will have a spirited duel for the backup spot. It probably will turn on whether Jim Everett has a better season than Jeff George.1. San Francisco 49ers1993 record: 10-6, first in division; beat Giants in divisional playoff, lost to Cowboys in NFC title game.Coach: George Seifert (62-18 career)
SPORTS
September 2, 1996
Sept. 1Ravens 19, Raiders 14Defense. Special teams. Vinny left, Vinny right, Vinny up the middle. Running games are overrated.Record: 1-0Sept. 8 at Pittsburgh 1 p.m.Steelers, embarrassed by Jaguars, are tough at home, and, of course, there's that "hard-drinking, menacing crowd" to deal with.Sept. 15 at Houston 1 p.m.Houston, we have a problem: The quarterback stinks. Will Chris Chandler be the starter, or will Air McNair take off?Sept. 29 New Orleans 1 p.m.Ravens' secondary can expect a test from Chris, er, Jim Everett (just kidding, big fella)
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By Allen Benshoff | December 10, 1990
Numbers* Best day passing: Jim Everett, Los Angeles Rams, 31-50-2, 365 yards, 1 TD.* Best day rushing: Earnest Byner, Washington, 28 carries, 121 yards.* Best day receiving: Flipper Anderson, Los Angeles Rams, five catches, 123 yards.* Longest touchdown passing: Stephone Paige, Kansas City, 49 pass from Steve DeBerg.* Longest touchdown rushing: Gill Fenerty, New Orleans, 60 yards.* Longest touchdown on return: Eric Metcalf, Cleveland, 101-yard kickoff return* Longest field goal: Jason Staurovsky, New England, 49 yards.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | September 2, 1997
Is this any way to start a football season? By the numbers, on opening day in the NFL:Four more quarterbacks went down with injury, along with the league's all-time leading receiver.Nine games were decided by an average of 21.3 points.Six defensive players scored touchdowns.And seven teams couldn't make it through August before calamity struck.Forget the Seattle Seahawks' humiliating loss to the New York Jets and the Philadelphia Eagles' futile performance against the New York Giants. The team that took the biggest hit in Week 1 was the San Francisco 49ers, whose 13-6 defeat to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was overshadowed by the loss of All-Pro receiver Jerry Rice.
SPORTS
December 8, 1996
Atlanta (2-11) at New Orleans (2-11)Time 1 p.m.Line: Saints by 2Vs. spread: Falcons 4-9; Saints 5-8.Last week: Falcons lost to 49ers, 34-10; Saints lost to Rams, 26-10.Outlook: NFC West cellar isn't big enough for both sad-sack teams. Saints are near bottom of league in most offensive categories, and Falcons are near bottom in most defensive stats. Does bad defense beat decent offense, or vice versa? Maybe Doug Nussmeier -- who? -- will give New Orleans a spark, subbing at QB for Jim Everett.
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November 15, 1996
Some tips this week for fantasy football players:Players to keepWR Michael Irvin, Cowboys: Has averaged 17.6 yards per catch against the Packers with four TDs in five games.RB Eddie George, Oilers: Will make strong Rookie of the Year statement in facing the Dolphins' Karim Abdul-Jabbar.WR Jerry Rice, 49ers: Banged-up Ravens secondary should be chasing him all day.WR Andre Reed, Bills: Has one TD in each of his last three games vs. the Bengals.QB Jim Everett, Saints: Ranks second in NFC in passing yards and should have field day against rattled Falcons defense.
NEWS
September 6, 1996
1. Green Bay: Even the president's on the bandwagon.2. San Francisco: 49ers may have found a running game.3. Dallas: It's time for Barry Switzer to prove he can coach.4. Buffalo: Oldies but goodies.5. Kansas City: Chiefs find a way to win in the regular season.6. Miami: Jimmy Johnson found a running game.7. Denver: John Elway still makes Broncos go.8. Pittsburgh: Steelers miss Neil O'Donnell.9. San Diego: Chargers could recover their super form.10. Indianapolis: Maybe Jim Harbaugh's for real.
SPORTS
September 2, 1996
Sept. 1Ravens 19, Raiders 14Defense. Special teams. Vinny left, Vinny right, Vinny up the middle. Running games are overrated.Record: 1-0Sept. 8 at Pittsburgh 1 p.m.Steelers, embarrassed by Jaguars, are tough at home, and, of course, there's that "hard-drinking, menacing crowd" to deal with.Sept. 15 at Houston 1 p.m.Houston, we have a problem: The quarterback stinks. Will Chris Chandler be the starter, or will Air McNair take off?Sept. 29 New Orleans 1 p.m.Ravens' secondary can expect a test from Chris, er, Jim Everett (just kidding, big fella)
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By Team capsules and division predictions by Vito Stellino | September 2, 1994
Division predictionThe 49ers will win this division easily. Their goal isn't the division, it's the Super Bowl. The Rams should finish last before they order the moving vans, and the Saints and Falcons will have a spirited duel for the backup spot. It probably will turn on whether Jim Everett has a better season than Jeff George.1. San Francisco 49ers1993 record: 10-6, first in division; beat Giants in divisional playoff, lost to Cowboys in NFC title game.Coach: George Seifert (62-18 career)
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By Rick Gosselin and Rick Gosselin,Dallas Morning News | December 31, 1990
ATLANTA -- Babe Laufenberg could not quarterback the Dallas Cowboys into the playoffs. Now they must hope Rams quarterback Jim Everett can.Making his first NFC start in a game the Cowboys needed to win to clinch a playoff spot, Laufenberg and his offense floundered yesterday as the Cowboys were pummeled, 26-7, by the lowly Atlanta Falcons in their regular-season finale before a crowd of 50,097.Despite their 7-9 record, the Cowboys still can qualify for the playoffs as the final wild-card team if the Los Angeles Rams upset the New Orleans Saints tonight (9, Ch. 13)
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By Allen Benshoff | December 10, 1990
Numbers* Best day passing: Jim Everett, Los Angeles Rams, 31-50-2, 365 yards, 1 TD.* Best day rushing: Earnest Byner, Washington, 28 carries, 121 yards.* Best day receiving: Flipper Anderson, Los Angeles Rams, five catches, 123 yards.* Longest touchdown passing: Stephone Paige, Kansas City, 49 pass from Steve DeBerg.* Longest touchdown rushing: Gill Fenerty, New Orleans, 60 yards.* Longest touchdown on return: Eric Metcalf, Cleveland, 101-yard kickoff return* Longest field goal: Jason Staurovsky, New England, 49 yards.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | December 29, 1992
In the last year before unrestricted free agency comes to th NFL, player salaries rose 19.6 percent in 1992, but didn't have a dramatic change on the top of the salary chart.According to a confidential NFL Players Association salary survey, the average salary jumped from $414,900 to $496,300 this year even though quarterback Dan Marino of the Miami Dolphins remained the highest-paid player at an average of $4,433,000 per year.The 25th highest-paid player a year ago, Reggie White of the Philadelphia Eagles, earned an average $1,513,000 while this year, the 25th highest-paid player, Neal Anderson of the Chicago Bears, got $1,650,000.
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