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September 22, 1969
Defense is still ahead of offense in the Black and Blue Division, and when they've sorted out the fallen bodies, the team with the least weak offense should be on top. Yes, Green Bay.
September 22, 1969 | Tex Maule
The 51st year of the given Sunday is upon us (1969 marks the 50th anniversary of the NFL). As usual it is bedecked in its autumnal regalia of sere clichés, and the stereotype is once more heard in the land—from the...
September 22, 1969 | Garry Valk
For a long time SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has been making predictions on games, pennant races, tournaments, playoffs and such, a precarious and—fortunately—often successful exercise that has our writers and editors out on a...
September 15, 1969
BOXING—JERRY QUARRY knocked out Brian London in the confused second round of a non-title bout in Oakland, then unconvincingly announced his retirement at age 24, claiming his hands hurt. The second-round bell sounded...