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Last year, Kansas City showed a knack for disrupting opponents' emergency quarterbacks. The Chiefs hope they do it again Sunday against Oakland amid speculation the Raiders will start the newly acquired Carson Palmer.
Battered and bruised by the New York Giants, after the Atlanta Falcons administered similar rough treatment a week earlier, Michael Vick opened himself to shots from the media and fans, who gladly piled on. And the pressure he's been under through three games is nothing compared to the blitz he faced after his postgame comments Sunday.
Brian Urlacher had an interception and returned a fumble for a touchdown, Jay Cutler threw for 312 yards and two scores and the Chicago Bears pounded Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons 30-12 on Sunday.
Trent Green knows about paying dues.
About 30 years ago, a youngster who ate, drank and slept football had a poster of Jim Zorn. The kid was a rabid Pittsburgh Steelers fan, but thought the creative, left-handed Seattle quarterback was cool.
The Kansas City Chiefs drafted someone from Hog Hammock and someone from Yale.
The last two National Football Leauge drafts were topped by quarterbacks. Here comes another one. Cam Newton.
This is Mike Shanahan's Till Death Do Us Part draft. He has to find himself a quarterback, marry him and hope that five years from now - heck, three years from now - they're both still gainfully employed by the Redskins.
Baltimore's tough and gritty defenders did not simply shut down Dwayne Bowe.