I have been a Chicago Bears fan for more than 40 years. While thumbing through my SI, a couple of pages stuck together. When I loosened the pages, it turned out to be an article on struggling quarterback Jay Cutler (INSIDE THE NFL, Nov. 30). Do you have any suggestions for sticking those pages back together?
Tom Sacco, Des Moines
The King Still Reigns
You declared that Jimmie Johnson has "stamped himself as the greatest ever" (At the End of the Day, It's Jimmie Again, Nov. 30). There is a reason why Richard Petty is called the King. He has seven Cups, and his 200 wins are tops among all drivers. Johnson may be the best of his time, but he has a long way to go to become "the greatest."
Overland Park, Kans.
I was an eighth-grader in 1969 when Artis Gilmore (THE VAULT, Nov. 30) showed up at my school gym one Saturday and was asked to toss the jump ball to start the second half. As we readied ourselves, our eyes looked up to this monster of a basketball player. At 7'2" he didn't need to throw the ball up; he just raised his long arm and dropped it between the two players. He was my idol then, as he is now.
Tony Parsons, Johns Creek, Ga.
White Running Backs