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September 04, 1978 | Joe Marshall
Bud Goode, prognosticator extraordinary, feeds his Univac 1106 computer a mawful of statistics, and reports the readout: close races in all divisions of the AFC but a runaway in the NFC for Dallas, which will win the...
September 03, 1979 | Ron Reid
The competition has improved considerably, but LOS ANGELES should prevail for the seventh year in succession. More speed and a retooled offense promise to make the Rams more exciting, but unless scholarly Pat Haden...
November 24, 1980 | Joe Marshall
Despite the efforts of the Saints' Don Reese, William Andrews hung onto the ball and Atlanta clung to its lead in the NFC West
December 01, 1980 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Forrest Gregg, the Cincinnati Bengal coach, defending his team's dress code: "We're getting paid executives' salaries and we should look like executives."
January 12, 1981 | Ron Fimrite
Drew Pearson, the Dallas Cowboys' superlative wide receiver, swiftly ascertained that something was up—probably the football—when he glanced back from the goal line and saw that Quarterback Danny White's, right hand...