A convincing win over rival Tennessee ( Jacksonville never trailed) was made more fun when favorite son and career Jaguar Fred Taylor (above) went over 10,000 rushing yards in his career. "Look at the smile on my face," said Taylor afterward. The 6--3 Jags could have themselves a fab fall: They play three of their next four at home.
He throws, he runs, he wins! In Week 9 he tossed five TDs on Monday night. On Sunday he threw two more—and scrambled 30 yards for another TD in a comeback over Cleveland. "Basically," said Browns coach Romeo Crennel, "we couldn't tackle him."
The flamboyant skater wants to get back to his champion status. Here's a nice step: He won his first event—at the Cup of China—since switching coaches in August.
Out of retirement for one last season, San Jose center Jeremy Roenick (right) saw one of his comeback dreams come true. He scored his 500th NHL goal last Saturday, then took a joyous spin around the ice with his son, Brett, on his back.
Has midnight arrived? Running back Kevin Jones (above) and the Cinderella Lions are 6--3, but in an unsightly loss to Arizona, Detroit had five turnovers and, no misprint, minus--18 yards rushing. "We'll watch the tape and move forward," said coach Rod Marinelli. Move carefully, Rod. Detroit's next four opponents are a combined 25--11.
He throws, he's picked! TV's most prominent NFL pitchman—he does spots for MasterCard, Gatorade, Reebok, DirecTV and Sprint—didn't sell footballs on Sunday night; he gave away six for free to assorted Chargers. How's that gonna help the bottom line?
The renegade skier is going it alone after bolting the U.S. ski team. Early returns in the slalom: Fifth two weeks ago and 26th (he bonked into a gate) on Sunday.
The welterweight Mosely said he'd win by KO. Not quite. He lost by decision. "He's not a guy who gets hurt," observed Mosely, 36, of his dismantler, Miguel Cotto. Now, will Mosely retire? "I'm not getting any younger," he said.