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By Sam Farmer, Tribune newspapers | July 25, 2010
A year has passed, but when it comes to the quarterbacks in the NFC North, this feels a lot like 2009. In Minnesota, everyone's still waiting on the decision of Brett Favre. In Chicago, fans still are excited about the potential of Jay Cutler — muted excitement after his 26 interceptions last season — and how he will mesh with new offensive coordinator Mike Martz. Was it Cutler who made most of the mistakes last fall, or should his supporting cast and former coordinator Ron Turner shoulder more of the blame?
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By Sam Farmer, Tribune newspapers | July 25, 2010
A year has passed, but when it comes to the quarterbacks in the NFC North, this feels a lot like 2009. In Minnesota, everyone's still waiting on the decision of Brett Favre. In Chicago, fans still are excited about the potential of Jay Cutler — muted excitement after his 26 interceptions last season — and how he will mesh with new offensive coordinator Mike Martz. Was it Cutler who made most of the mistakes last fall, or should his supporting cast and former coordinator Ron Turner shoulder more of the blame?
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By KEN MURRAY | November 15, 2004
MAD MIKE MARTZ started yesterday like a man obsessed, calling 13 consecutive passes in two straight long-distance touchdown drives. Then he started losing key players - Torry Holt, Orlando Pace and, finally, Travis Fisher - and, by the end, he was just mildly perturbed Mike Martz, hoping his bedraggled defense could save the day. To the surprise of everyone who has seen his St. Louis Rams' defense play this season, it did. Like a microcosm of a...
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | November 15, 2004
MAD MIKE MARTZ started yesterday like a man obsessed, calling 13 consecutive passes in two straight long-distance touchdown drives. Then he started losing key players - Torry Holt, Orlando Pace and, finally, Travis Fisher - and, by the end, he was just mildly perturbed Mike Martz, hoping his bedraggled defense could save the day. To the surprise of everyone who has seen his St. Louis Rams' defense play this season, it did. Like a microcosm of a...
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 24, 2002
As the Ravens near a possible roster makeover, they are committed to keeping continuity through their coach. Just three days after the Ravens completed their second straight trip to the playoffs, owner Art Modell confirmed yesterday that the club will extend coach Brian Billick's contract. In his first head coaching job, Billick, 47, has become the second-winningest active coach, compiling a 35-19 record (.648) and capturing a Super Bowl title last season. Only the St. Louis Rams' Mike Martz (25-9, .735)
SPORTS
October 3, 2005
Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison tied Steve Young and Jerry Rice for the NFL record of most touchdown passes between a quarterback and a receiver with their 85th connection yesterday. The only question left for the Indianapolis duo is what the final records will be when they quit playing. "It kind of hits me knowing the fact it's still early in both our careers," Harrison said after the Colts beat Tennessee, 31-10. "You just never know when it's going to end or what it's going to be when it's done.
SPORTS
December 1, 2003
The number 1989 Last time the Bengals won four straight games in a season. The quote "I can't wait to get home to hear them say, `Marshall, Marshall, Marshall' on TV." Mike Martz, Rams coach, after Marshall Faulk scored three rushing touchdowns to help beat the Vikings
SPORTS
By Los Angeles Times | December 17, 2001
Tonight's game St. Louis (10-2) at New Orleans (7-5) Time: 9 p.m., chs. 2, 7. Line: Rams by 6. Outlook: Saints coach Jim Haslett is 3-1 against the Rams, including a 34-31 victory at St. Louis earlier this season after the Rams had started 6-0. Haslett's secret? Blitz QB Kurt Warner, disrupt his rhythm and force him into turnovers. The Saints' pass rush has 17 sacks in its past two games. In his previous two games at the Superdome, Rams RB Marshall Faulk has scored five TDs and gained 471 yards from scrimmage.
SPORTS
January 4, 2006
"I pitched against teams from Puerto Rico and Taiwan before big crowds when I was 10 years old. ... I've kind of always been that kid, the guy with the pressure on him. It's not that I like the attention, but I do like having the game on me." Matt Leinart Southern California quarterback, on how his days as a youth league pitcher prepared him for his role with the Trojans "It's going to be fun to try. No question about it. This makes you hungry." Mike Martz Former St. Louis Rams coach, on moving on and trying to build a team into a contender "He's our team captain?
SPORTS
By Ken Murray | November 29, 2004
TONIGHT'S GAME Rams (5-5) at Packers (6-4) Time/TV: 9 p.m.; chs. 2, 7 Line: Packers by 6 1/2 Trends: Packers have the NFC's longest winning streak at five. QB Brett Favre makes his 200th consecutive regular-season start, extending own league record. Attractions: The Rams' special teams have been abysmal in coach Mike Martz's tenure, and he fired punter Sean Landeta last week. A dome team, St. Louis will have to operate its big-play passing game on grass and in the cold of Wisconsin.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 24, 2002
As the Ravens near a possible roster makeover, they are committed to keeping continuity through their coach. Just three days after the Ravens completed their second straight trip to the playoffs, owner Art Modell confirmed yesterday that the club will extend coach Brian Billick's contract. In his first head coaching job, Billick, 47, has become the second-winningest active coach, compiling a 35-19 record (.648) and capturing a Super Bowl title last season. Only the St. Louis Rams' Mike Martz (25-9, .735)
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | November 23, 2008
Payback time A year after Peyton Manning threw a career-high six interceptions against the Chargers in a regular-season loss, the Colt goes back to San Diego tonight with wild-card berths on the line for both teams. Manning owes the Chargers big time after losing to them in the playoffs, too. Expect him to get retribution. Fine the messenger 49ers offensive coordinator Mike Martz got tagged with a $20,000 fine last week for blaming officials after a dubious finish to a recent Monday night game.
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