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the King's Corner
Peter King
October 02, 2000
My Two Cents Dolphins defensive end Trace Armstrong, who turns 35 next week, is the most underrated player in the league. A situational pass rusher, he leads the AFC in sacks, with 6� and is on track for his third double-digit sack season in five years....
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October 02, 2000

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Rare Air.
Titans quarterback Steve McNair has arrived. He comes off the bench late in the fourth quarter with a bruised sternum and in four plays takes Tennessee 64 yards to the winning touchdown in a 23-20 road victory over Pittsburgh. It's the most meaningful regular-season win of McNair's six-year career. He'll have more.

Justice Is Served.
After watching star wide receiver Terrell Owens taunt the Cowboys after both of his touchdown catches at Texas Stadium, the 49ers did the right thing, suspending him for a game and docking him one week's salary ($24,294). You're better than that, Terrell.

Golden Eagle.
After getting 1� sacks against New Orleans Pro Bowl tackle Willie Roaf, Philadelphia defensive end Hugh Douglas has racked up seven for the season. The Jets' Bill Parcells doesn't get fleeced often, but acquiring Douglas from New York in 1998 for second-and fifth-round draft selections was a steal for the

Match Game

A tattoo on which NFL player? "I went to the tattoo parlor and my homeboy had a picture of a wolf devouring a person," the player says. "I told him I wanted one of those, but to make the person a wide receiver."

A. Redskins safety Mark Carrier
B. Niners safety Lance Schulters
C. Chargers safety Rodney Harrison

Answer below

Answer: Schulters

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