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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...
December 22, 1980 | Paul Zimmerman
January 07, 1980 | Joe Marshall
Recovering this fumble helped the once humble Bucs beat the Eagles as underdogs prevailed in three of the four playoffs
September 04, 1978 | Joe Marshall
keeps hanging on, but winning in this division is getting tougher and the Vikings aren't world-beaters at defending against the run. The defensive line still exhibits the ancient trio of Alan Page, Carl Eller and...
September 26, 1977 | Joe Marshall
The program sold at the Dallas-Minnesota game had a picture of a rookie on the cover. No, it was not Tony Dorsett. The cover boy was Tampa Bay Tailback Ricky Bell. After all, it was Bell, not the much-ballyhooed...