September 11, 1994

NFL '94
Play Ball!
In the midst of the baseball strike, the NFL opened its season with a 13-game Sunday slate that included a remarkable quarterback duel between Miami's Dan Marino and New England's Drew Bledsoe
Buddyball Bust
In Buddy Ryan's first game as the coach of Arizona, his attack came up flat in a 14-12 loss to a poor Los Angeles team
Sharpeshooter
Packer QB Brett Favre blasted his top receiver, Sterling Sharpe, then used him to help beat the Vikings
Switcheroo
Chicago's offense, dismal a year ago, unexpectedly outshone the team's D in a win over Tampa Bay
High Note
Although he passed on singing, Giant Dave Brown was a showstopper in his first start
Joe's Dome
Joe Montana ran his Superdome record to 10-0 with Kansas City's win in New Orleans
Easy Does It
Inspired by the relaxed approach of their new coach, the New York Jets beat the Buffalo Bills
Baseball
Pennant Race...
We Interrupt The '94 NFL Season to Bring You the '94 Pennant Race and the International League showdown between the Richmond Braves and the Charlotte Knights may be as good as it gets this year
Goose Gossage
Making Hay
Idled by yet another strike, 43-year-old Goose Gossage may have seen the sun set on his baseball career
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