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August 21, 2011
For his 30th birthday, John Beck received praise from Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan, a dinner out from his family, and several questions from a swarm of reporters. What the Redskins quarterback didn't get was an answer from Shanahan whether he or Rex Grossman will start against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday. “I haven't made that decision,” Shanahan said Sunday. “We'll see what happens during the week with our football team and obviously share with the players first.” Shanahan said he was pleased with the decision-making of Beck, whom the Colts sacked three times Friday in Washington's second preseason game.
by CURT HORNBECKER | December 3, 2003
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa - It was the stuff that a good great-taste-less-filling debate is made of. The question, in this case, is did outstanding defense or lackluster offense cause Chambersburg and Cedar Cliff to combine for a paltry 73 points? Even the coaches couldn't agree after the Trojans limped to a 43-30 Mid-Penn Commonwealth victory Tuesday. "There was a lot of defense out there tonight," said Cedar Cliff coach Mark Zerbe. "We didn't want to get into a run-and-shoot game with Chambersburg.
By CHRIS CARTER | September 25, 2005
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. Chambersburg set an early tone in its Mid-Penn Commonwealth matchup with Cedar Cliff on Saturday afternoon, but a flurry of turnovers and mental lapses changed that tone in a hurry. The Trojans threw four interceptions, fumbled once and committed seven penalties to help Cedar Cliff to a 14-12 victory at Shippensburg University's Seth Grove Stadium. "We made too many mental mistakes," Chambersburg coach Shawn Kimple said. "I wasn't disappointed with our effort one bit, but we've got to figure out how to eliminate the mistakes.
By ROBERT KELLER / Pulse Correspondent | October 24, 2007
Week 7 has brought along some good games, some great games and some bad games. New England remains undefeated after its 49-28 win over Miami, while St. Louis remains winless after its 33-6 loss against Seattle. The best game this week was the Tennessee Titans on the road against the Houston Texans. Tennessee entered the game 3-2 while the Texans entered at 3-3. The Titans dominated most of the game, leading 32-7 at the end of the third. It seemed like the game was over, right? Nope.
by ROBERT KELLER | October 24, 2006
It's now Week 7 in the NFL and this week's games couldn't have been better! There was a near-record-breaking field goal, an overtime win and two teams still undefeated. In Atlanta, the Pittsburgh Steelers played the Falcons. The Falcons' quarterback Michael Vick had not thrown more than two touchdowns in a game in his career. This game, however, Vick threw for four touchdowns, three of which were thrown to tight end Alge Crumpler. The other one was thrown to wide receiver Michael Jenkins.
February 4, 2007
Editor's note: Each week, The Herald-Mail invites readers to answer poll questions on its Web site, . Readers also may submit comments about the poll question when voting. Each Sunday, a sampling of edited reader comments will run in The Herald-Mail. Last week's poll question was: Which team will win the Super Bowl? "Go Bears ... oh and impeach Bush and try the whole lot for war crimes. " "The Bears have it. Go Bears. " "I kinda slept through the season this year - since my team was having a not-so-hot year.
by ROBERT KELLER | December 12, 2006
Week 14 of the NFL season brings along more clinching of playoff spots and begins a whole new battle - for wild-card playoff spots. The biggest game this week was between Indianapolis and Jacksonville. Indianapolis needed to win this game to hold onto the top seed in the AFC. Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning did not have the best of games Sunday, throwing only two touchdowns. The Jaguars were a different story. They made five touchdowns and three field goals and defeated the Colts 44-17.
January 19, 2007
Here are some of the calls we have received lately: "Hey, where are all the Ravens' fans now? Go Colts!!!!" "To the Hagerstown caller who wants to draft 20 to 100,000 registered Republicans to fight the war in Iraq. OK. Democrats control Congress, do it. First, change age of enlistment, raise some taxes to care for our familles while we are away. This is the first liberal-minded idea I have heard that attempts to control the situation rather than run. " - Falling Waters, W.Va.
by ROBERT KELLER | November 28, 2006
Week 12 draws to a close for the NFL, and a Super Bowl-winning team drops out of the playoffs this year, the third team of defending champions to do so in six years. I'm talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers. The biggest game of this week was between Pittsburgh and the Baltimore Ravens. Pittsburgh needed this win to even think about the playoffs. The Ravens' defense, ranked second in the NFL, wouldn't allow it. The Ravens sacked Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger nine times, intercepted him twice and recovered a fumble.
by BILL STERNER / Staff Correspondent | April 18, 2004
Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Kelly Gregg was told all his life to give up, that he "would never make it. " "I never figured out what 'it' was," Gregg told the crowd at the 41st annual Ravens Roost No. 7 Extra Effort Awards Banquet Saturday night at Elks Lodge No. 378. "I knew I was too small and too short, but I didn't think anyone noticed. " But what everyone did notice was the effort and attitude the 6-foot, 310-pound defensive tackle put into everything he did. Going to Oklahoma as a two-time all-state player and a three-time state wrestling champion, Gregg set Big 12 and Sooners records as a defensive lineman.
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