A changing of the
gunslinger? Jags QB Byron Leftwich said he was ready to play, but coach Jack
Del Rio said he'd go with Garrard (above). That led to a 37-point outburst
(three TD passes) a second straight win and a victory for a cause: Garrard has
Crohn's disease and speaks out to raise awareness.
Invasor raced to victory in the Breeders' Cup Classic (page 98); Brazil's
Marilson Gomes dos Santos stunned the pack at the New York City Marathon (2005
champ Paul Tergat to The New York Times: "I didn't know exactly who he
was"); and--�Ol�!--Brazilian Adriano Moraes (right) hung on to win the PBR
start included a home-opener trouncing of the Kings and a glimpse of a balanced
offense--"That's the beauty of the team," says guard Michael Redd--with
new import Charlie Villanueva.
Kenny Rogers (the
pine tar guy, not the singer) won a Gold Glove. Kenny G (yes, the sax guy,
right) was named the best golfer in the music biz by Golf Digest.