September 21, 1970
It'll either be patricide or infanticide when Paul Brown's Bengals tackle his namesakes. While they battle for the state title, Pittsburgh, which had merely steeled itself to improve its 1-13 record, could go all the way
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September 12, 1966
One of these years St. Louis will confound its friends, who have choked so often on fond predictions, with a season of consistent, injury-free football and will win in the East. Few teams in history have looked as...