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February 07, 1972 | Tex Maule
Fancy-foot Fran Tarkenton, looking for a winner, returns to his old team—which means that Minnesota may well return to the Super Bowl
December 04, 1967 | Mark Mulvoy
New York was more like a team of pygmies before scrambling Fran Tarkenton and, of all things, a rapidly jelling defense put it in the thick of its division race and—crazy!—maybe something more
September 18, 1967
July 17, 1967 | Fran Tarkenton
Fran Tarkenton tells of the triumphs and disasters of his rookie season with Norman Van Brocklin's Minnesota Vikings.
July 10, 1967
It's better to scramble than lose, says Fran Tarkenton, New York's unorthodox pro quarterback, as he begins the story of his career with an analysis of football's new mobility.