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December 20, 1982 | Ron Fimrite
Atlanta shut out the New Orleans Saints with an attack that all but bans the bomb and an uncommonly staunch defense
September 01, 1983
Nowhere is the action more fierce than in that combat zone outside the tackles where running backs, pulling guards, linebackers and defensive backs collide at top speed. Here, with a well-timed shot to the cheekbone,...
September 10, 1984 | Jill Lieber
When Dan Henning took over the Falcons last year and insisted upon a one-back offense that featured William Andrews, critics said the rookie coach had too much talent riding the bench in 6'1", 230-pound Gerald Riggs...
November 25, 1985 | Jill Lieber
It could turn out to be the play that costs the defending champion 49ers a playoff berth. On Nov. 11 a snowball flew from the stands in Denver just as Ray Wersching was about to attempt a 19-yard field goal. It...