December 2005
Sporting News;12/30/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 52, p29
The article presents information on developments related to football in the U.S. With Ed Reed sidelined for five weeks with an ankle sprain, the Baltimore Ravens struggled with communication in the secondary and were prone to blown coverages. Lost in RB Tiki Barber's incredible season has been the emergence of his New York Giants teammate G Chris Snee. It has not taken long for the second-year player to develop into one of the better guards in the NFC. Since losing RB Priest Holmes, the Kansas City Chiefs have made dramatic changes in their running attack.


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