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Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS
Tape Crusader
SI went inside with the Jags' Maurice Jones-Drew, the league's consummate student of game film, as he readied for Week 3
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
PRO FOOTBALL
CHANGE THEY CAN BELIEVE IN
CHANGE THEY CAN BELIEVE IN
IT'S NOT AN EMPTY SLOGAN, BUT A REAL MESSAGE OF HOPE FROM THE BANKS OF THE POTOMAC TO THE INNER HARBOR: THE BELTWAY HAS BECOME THE LATEST SPORTS SUPERPOWER
ROBERT GRIFFIN III
HAIL TO THE CHIEF
ROBERT GRIFFIN III IS ALREADY THE UNQUESTIONED LEADER OF REDSKINS NATION. BUT LIKE SO MANY OTHER NEWCOMERS TO D.C., HE FACES MASSIVE EXPECTATIONS IN A JADED, HOPE-STARVED CITY
DAVEY JOHNSON
RIGHT MAKES MIGHT
IT HAD BEEN A HEART-WRENCHING DECADE BETWEEN BIG LEAGUE JOBS FOR NATIONALS MANAGER DAVEY JOHNSON. BUT THE GAME HAD NOT PASSED BY A ROGUE GENIUS WHO STILL HAS ALL THE ANSWERS
FEAR THE BIRD
FEAR THE BIRD
BALTIMORE IS A SCARRED CITY, AND OVER THE LAST 15 YEARS ITS BASEBALL TEAM HAS OFFERED LITTLE EMOTIONAL SANCTUARY. THEN CAME THE 2012 ORIOLES, WHOSE RUN—BY ANY STANDARD, EMPIRICAL OR METAPHYSICAL—HAS BEEN NOTHING SHORT OF A MIRACLE
POINT AFTER
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