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August 31, 1970 | Tex Maule
The Cowboys, who haven't won a big game, are plagued by quarterback doubts, complacent vets, angry blacks and no confidence
August 10, 1970 | William F. Reed
The man in the middle is Tommy Bell, an NFL referee. A lawyer on weekdays, he polices a Sunday game with a crew of five, all of them yearning for utter anonymity
August 03, 1970 | Joe Kapp
So says the Viking quarterback in explanation of the Super Bowl defeat. Instead of whooping it up like so many swashbuckling Odins, the Vikings suddenly got very serious and played like cautious businessmen
July 27, 1970 | Joe Kapp
That is Joe Kapp's assessment of himself. Quarterbacking, he says, is the natural refuge for the eager player too small to block, too slow to run. Yet no quarterback is better than his line, and here Kapp tells...
July 20, 1970 | Joe Kapp
Gentle, fun-loving Joe Kapp says that fights just seem to come looking for him—but he admits he never backs down. That, adds the Viking quarterback in the first of three parts, is what Chicanos call 'machismo'