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SI Fantasy Plus

Signs of Life

But what does one good week mean for these '07 underperformers?

By Adam Duerson

Start 'Em

WE LIKE THE MATCH UP

By Adam Duerson

Sit 'Em

By Adam Duerson

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

MIDNIGHT MADNESS

Can't Anyone Here Play This Game?

A shortage of qualified quarterbacks is transforming the NFL

By Damon Hack

Jeff Garcia ... Powering Through

As told to Lisa Altobelli

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

For the Record

A Whole New Ball Game?

Great Expectations

Some parents say a Texas Special Olympics coach pushed kids too hard

By Benoit Denizet-Lewis

The Heat Beneath Their Feet

By Pablo S. Torre

My One and Only

These NFLers have just a single career catch—and it went for a TD

Rookie Mistakes

Team TBS has a rocky postseason debut

By Richard Deitsch

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Sarah Kwak

Faces in the Crowd

PRO FOOTBALL

The Winning Machine

After a systematic dismantling of the unbeaten Cowboys, Tom Brady and the Patriots are clearly operating on a higher plane than the rest of the league. Can the Colts, or anyone else, stop them?

By Tim Layden

Far from Perfect

There's still a looooong way to go before the Patriots hit 19--0

By Jim Trotter

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Fresh Juice in Florida

In a state loaded with talent and long ruled by the Big Three, No. 2--ranked South Florida is leading the charge for a quartet of up-and-comers that are eager to become powers themselves

By Phil Taylor

Second Thoughts

More upsets and a surprise Heisman winner could cap the most volatile season in memory

By Austin Murphy

How's He Look Now?

Shunned by Division I programs, Danny Woodhead went to Chadron State and rushed into the record books

By Mark Beech

BASEBALL

Something's in the Air

With their young, dime-store pen proving mightier than the swords in the favored Red Sox' lineup, the Indians took the lead in an ALCS that had the rare look of a drawn-out October drama

By Tom Verducci

Rolling Rocks Are Here to Stay

The Rockies' remarkable streak will come to an end (we think); their talent base, though, is built to last

By Chris Ballard

TWO ATHLETES, TWO SOLDIERS

Two Athletes, Two Soldiers

By Jack McCallum

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

The NFL

By Jim Trotter

King's Corner

By Peter King

Dr. Z's Forecast

By Paul Zimmerman

High School Football

By George Dohrmann

NASCAR

By Mark Beech

Life of Reilly

Prime-Time Players

By Rick Reilly

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