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After a few weeks of merely mortal play, Mr. Woods won the BMW Championship by eight strokes to regain the top spot in the FedEx Cup standings. The difference? The short stick. "I felt like I hit the ball the same as I have been," Woods said. "Only difference is, I made a few more putts this week."
Maybe after 12 seasons in K.C. the Falcons' new tight end is in a better place. While the Chiefs got smushed, Gonzalez caught five passes, scored a TD and went over 11,000 career receiving yards in a win over Miami. Said Dolphins safety Gibril Wilson, "I take my hat off to him."
THE HANEY PROJECT
No comedian wants to go on after a strong act, which perhaps explains why Ray Romano agreed to be the next subject of swing fixer Hank Haney's Golf Network show. The funnyman is certain to look Hoganesque compared with Haney's previous pupil: Charles Barkley.
Good week for the pesky little guy. The Flames are giving the 41-year-old a tryout six years after his career ended with a substance-abuse ban. Now clean, Fleury said, "I never thought in my wildest dreams ... I'd be standing here talking to you about putting on the skates."