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January 11, 1971 | Tex Maule
With a pair of exceedingly physical wins the Cowboys and Colts rode hard into the Super Bowl, where Dallas' horde of demon defenders will try to stop a well-aged—but hardly mellow—John Unitas
November 16, 1970 | Robert F. Jones
Only a masochist would claim that being a pro football running back is fun. On the contrary, it is proving to be the toughest and most painful of all positions. The duties are numerous, the risks exceptional. Whether...
October 26, 1970 | Tex Maule
In years past, the San Francisco 49ers have been almost defenseless, but now they've got the hitting to go with John Brodie's passing and are making a run at the National West title
November 20, 1967 | Tex Maule
The San Francisco 49ers began this season, as they have so many others, with high hopes. As usual, they have been unruffled by defeat, and Sunday's loss to Washington may have sealed their doom
September 12, 1966
John Brodie, by virtue of an aborted deal with the Houston Oilers (SI, Aug. 29) and the usual dire need of a proven first-quality quarterback by the San Francisco 49ers, has become a more costly player than John...