Any list of pass rushers that fails to include a single member of the Vikings' Purple People Eaters is woefully incomplete.
—PATRICK ELIFRITZ, Wewoka, Okla.
I'm a 91-year-old lady who has never been an avid sports fan, but the performance of Tiger Woods has transformed me into a golf fan.
—BERNICE WALSTON, Jacksonville
Rush to Judgment
If Dr. Z ever draws up a list of the alltime best offensive tackles, the Cowboys' Erik Williams must top it. Big E made Reggie (the Minister of Defense) White look more like an altar boy than the alltime greatest pass rusher. (Dr Z's Alltime Greatest Pass Rushers, Aug. 28.)
JOE STOUT, Plainwell, Mich.
I have film that proves I had 26 sacks in the 1976 season when I was playing for the Bengals, not the 21� you reported.
COY BACON, Ironton, Ohio
?The Bengals no longer give full credit for shared sacks, as they did in 1976.—ED.
What, no Randy White, the Cowboys' Manster?
MANUEL E. CAMACHO, El Paso
In his All-Century Team (Aug 30, 1999), Dr. Z listed Richard (Tombstone) Jackson as one of his three defensive ends. So why didn't Jackson make Dr. Z's alltime greatest pass rushers list?
JAMES MATSUOKA, Monrovia, Calif.
? Jackson was a half step slower than those in Dr. Z's top 10.—ED.
How could you forget Charles Haley?
LARRY MU�OZ, Granbury, Texas
Dr. Z picks the Raiders to have the fourth-best regular-season record in the NFL and win their division and divisional playoff before losing out on a trip to the Super Bowl against the Titans (Scouting Reports, Aug 28). But he ranks Oakland only eighth, behind the Bills, Redskins and Jaguars, who don't make the final four, and four spots below the Colts, who he predicts will lose to the Raiders in an AFC divisional playoff game. Dr. Z must have written his own prescription.
RANDY C. BLAIR, San Jose