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September 22, 1969
The Cardinals are coming, tra la, tra la—in football. Big on running backs and helped by a little safety and a quarterback with a better head than arm, St. Louis is out to depose Cleveland.
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
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...
September 20, 1971
The Bengals have Paul Brown. Another title. The Steelers have Frenchy Fuqua. He has a glass cane but no limp. Second. The Oilers have a passer with a "negative psychosis." Mmm, third. The Browns' passer has glass knees
February 12, 1973 | Barry McDermott