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November 15, 1971 | Robert H. Boyle
Otis Taylor of the Kansas City Chiefs (89) has no peer at receiving a football—left-handed, right-handed or with his hands behind his back
January 08, 1973
Washington Redskin Quarterback Sonny Jurgensen is going back to school—a school for drinking drivers. That's the only penalty assigned to him after he was arrested on charges of intoxicated driving and jailed for...
July 24, 2000 | Paul Zimmerman
1. Lynn Swann (1974-82) his numbers aren't good enough is the argument. My pitch has been quality over quantity. He saved his best for when the stakes were highest.
November 24, 1969 | Robert F. Jones
Despite Joe Namath's insulated mittens, the Jets were cold, and the Chiefs, with razzle by tiny Warren McVea and dazzle by Len Dawson and Otis Taylor, his favorite receiver, won 34-16
November 28, 1966 | Edwin Shrake
You will find them in Kansas City, where the Chiefs are the AFL's best bet for the supergame with the NFL. The legs belong to Mike Garrett and Bert Coan, who function as one back, and the wolves are fans