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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Steve Young
On top of their games last season, their first as starting quarterbacks, a variety of circumstances have conspired to test each player's aspirations over the past several months. Those issues have fueled in-depth examinations of their performance in a season in which it seemed certain they would ascend to superstardom.
Inside the house on the corner, Ken Sheely rests his hands on the kitchen table. Two black bracelets wind around his left wrist. Their white words hint at the truth behind the warm handshake, the easy smile, the offer of something to drink.
After three punts to start things off, Manning threw a record-tying seven touchdown passes, something no one had done in 44 years.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is a game-changer, a player who not only changes games but also has changed the game of football with his combination of speed, smarts and skill. He is Randall Cunningham. He is Steve Young. He is Brett Favre. He is all of those things.
It hasn't taken long for Alex Smith to become the leader of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Alex Smith quietly stayed behind the scenes after losing his job and watched from the sideline as San Francisco returned to the Super Bowl for the first time in 18 years. Yet the No. 1 overall draft pick from 2005 did make one thing known: The veteran quarterback still considers himself a starter.
No Tom Brady. No Aaron Rodgers. No Ben Roethlisberger. Not a Manning in sight.
Make way Joe Montana and Steve Young. Colin Kaepernick is leading a brash new group of 49ers to the Super Bowl.
The two kids from Northern California burst from NFL afterthought to championship contender in eerily similar fashion a decade apart.
Tom Brady became the winningest quarterback in postseason play, throwing for three touchdowns Sunday to beat Houston 41-28 and lift the New England Patriots into the AFC championship game.
One game is a rematch. The other might feel like one _ at least to one of the teams.
The Associated Press and the NFL will announce the annual league awards, including Most Valuable Player, in a two-hour prime-time special on Super Bowl eve.
Tim Tebow has been out with two broken ribs and maybe a bruised ego.
Robert Griffin III was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 11. The Washington Redskins' quarterback has been given that honor twice in a season, also winning it for his effort in Week 1.
Cornerback Terence Newman's two interceptions — one in the end zone — gave the Bengals a chance to beat Peyton Manning for the first time.
"We know that that's not going to happen in five seconds," Young said. "That's a process. Is that just too much right now? And people smell it, and know it, and now it's affecting everything? That's alarming."
Steve Young said that, unlike everyone else, Rice had no "off" switch.