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Topic - Fran Tarkenton
Thanks to the musings of his former owner, Peyton Manning's return to Indianapolis this week has turned into something less than the warm-and-fuzzy homecoming it could have been.
It’s easy to be a Christian in the sunlight; it’s harder when life isn’t going well. Tim Tebow told us last year about the reality of his faith. He’s proving it this year.
The New York Giants are lauding what Robert Griffin III can do now _ and worried what he will do to them in the future.
Running quarterbacks were oxymorons in the NFL, as curious a term as "blocking offensive linemen." Running was the nature of each back in the backfield -- whether he was a quarter, half or full -- until a metamorphism began about 75 years ago.
No. 1 Alabama (1-0) vs. Western Kentucky (1-0), 3:30 p.m. (SEC Network)
NEW YORK (AP) — For all their achievements, past MVPs John Unitas, Dan Marino and Joe Montana never had a season like Tom Brady's 2007.