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  • Will Adrian Peterson return as good as ever?

    After 4 games, look out Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun At first, Vikings running back Adrian Peterson will be tentative and not the superior back he once was. But after four games, look out. I would expect him to run wild in the last 12 games, especially when...
  • Will Chad Johnson get another chance?

    Divas still in demand Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun Will Chad Johnson get another shot in the NFL? I hope not. The tired acts of Terrell Owens, Plaxico Burress and Johnson need to be shelved for good. After allegedly assaulting his wife, Johnson should worry...
  • What NFL teams will be last to lose, win?

    Cardinals, Browns Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune I never thought I'd be writing this, but the team that might remain unblemished the longest could be the Cardinals. Their 3-0 record is more impressive than the 3-0 records of the Falcons and Texans...
  • How long will Red Sox stick with Valentine?

    Who's running asylum? Peter Schmuck Baltimore Sun This is both a simple question and a complex one. If the Red Sox go in the tank like they did last September, it's hard to imagine Bobby Valentine lasting the season. But owners John Henry and Larry...
  • How long can NHL lockout continue?

    No threat to Classic Chris Kuc Chicago Tribune A debate rages between the optimistic side of me (rarely used) and the pessimistic side (hello, old friend) when it comes to the NHL lockout. I'd say cooler heads will eventually prevail, but neither side...
  • After lengthy absence, Kendall returns for American Le Mans Series

    After lengthy absence, Kendall returns for American Le Mans Series
    Tommy Kendall's legs and ankles were crushed in a 180-mph racing accident in 1991. But the sports car champion recovered, came back a year later and went on to have his best years on the racetrack. In fact, in 1997 he had arguably the best year of any...
  • Memo to Romney: Stop talking about your taxes; it's not helping

    Memo to Romney: Stop talking about your taxes; it's not helping
    For all the media clamor for Mitt Romney to come clean on his past tax returns, maybe his campaign advisers would be better off just advising him to keep quiet on the matter, before he gaffes again. Mr. Romney's supposedly clarifying remark that he has...
  • Welcome to an age of interdependence

    The outcome of November's presidential election will affect the entire world. Yet until the attack on our consulate in Libya, issues of foreign policy and globalization were nearly absent from the political discourse. There was talk at both parties'...
  • How does Goodell save face over refs?

    Save the game instead Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell won't be able to save face over the replacement refs, nor should he. What the NFL owners and referees are haggling over can't be worth the integrity of the game. Whatever it...
  • Are the Saints done for this season?

    Team missing Payton Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune No team is done for the season after two games, but the Saints are moving in that direction. The good news is there are 14 remaining games to make them forget about Games 1 and 2. The better news is the...
  • Will Europe or U.S. win the Ryder Cup?

    Pick, don't bet on U.S. Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune I'll pick the Stars and Stripes. You can justify the pick like this: Even though the Americans have lost four straight on the road, they've won two of their last three in the land of the free....
  • Should IOC honor slain Israeli athletes?

    Silence is golden Shannon Owens Orlando Sentinel These days, silence holds just as much power — and maybe more — in sports than words. Perhaps that is why the International Olympic Committee president dug his feet in the ground against...