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September 08, 1980 | Paul Zimmerman
What we have here is an unguarded Brinks truck just waiting for somebody to come along and pick it clean. An 8-8 record is big thunder in this part of the world. The CHICAGO Bears are the most stable member of the...
December 24, 1979 | Paul Zimmerman
Weighing traditional All-Pro lists and finding them wanting, the author proclaims his own picks for 1979
December 17, 1979 | Edited by Myra Gelband
•Tony (Mac the Sack) McGee, New England Patriot defensive end, describing how he felt after a sackless game against the Miami Dolphins: "Angry. Disappointed. Mad. Sad. Disgusted, busted and can't be trusted."
September 04, 1978 | Joe Marshall
keeps hanging on, but winning in this division is getting tougher and the Vikings aren't world-beaters at defending against the run. The defensive line still exhibits the ancient trio of Alan Page, Carl Eller and...
November 28, 1977
O.J., step aside. Here comes Walter Payton of Chicago, and—whoosh! crunch! oof!—there he goes for 275 yards in the Bears' 10-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings to break Simpson's NFL single-game rushing record by...