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The last time the Detroit Lions made the NFL playoffs, Barry Sanders was their star.
Midway through a not-so-funny "Saturday Night Live" sketch, an actor playing Jesus was in the locker room discussing Denver's winning streak with what was supposed to be Tim Tebow and his teammates.
Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Sunday was the site of the latest segment of Tebow mania, with all things Tim Tebow in the spotlight. But the quarterback on the other side proved yet again he's a force and a guy who can change the complexion of games.
The Patriots own the AFC East title again.
Midway through a not-so-funny "Saturday Night Live" sketch, an actor playing Jesus was in the locker room discussing the Denver winning streak with what was supposed to be Tim Tebow and his teammates.
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Todd Haley took a floundering Kansas City Chiefs franchise to an AFC West title. Tony Sparano led the Miami Dolphins to the top of the AFC East under even more dire circumstances.
Dan Marino long ago moved to the comfort of the broadcast booth. His passing record of 5,084 yards, set in 1984, has withstood strong-armed challenges for more than a quarter-century.
The playoffs races became clearer this weekend. And cloudier.