Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on October 20, 1968 · Page 141
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 141

Phoenix, Arizona
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Sunday, October 20, 1968
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5| . Favored in NFL Contests By Associated Press Baltimore, Los Angeles and Dallas are expected to remain unbeaten in the National Football League today after a : full eight-game schedule that includes another chapter of the rugged Green Bay-Detroit series. If the Rams (5-0) can get past the Atlanta Falcons (14) in the Coliseum and the Colts (5-0) can knock off Cleveland (2-3) at Baltimore, the lines will be drawn for the big game of the year next week flife Affeofta Republic Phoenix, Sunday, Oct. 20, 1968 when Los Angeles will be at Baltimore. DALLAS (S4) risks its perfect record at Minnesota (32), upset victims in New Orleans last Sunday. The second meeting of the Packers (2-3) and Lions (3-2) at Detroit finds Green Bay trying to get even for a Sept. 29 defeat by Detroit, 23-17, three weeks ago. The Lions haven't swept the Packers since 1957. San Francisco (2-3) plays the New York Giants (4-1) for the first time since 1963 and comes to Yankee Stadium at a time when the Giants still are steaming about last week's defeat in Atlanta, their first loss. WASHINGTON (3-2) will be at St. Louis (2-3), New Orleans (2-3) at Pittsburgh (0-5) Raiders, Jets Seek Formula For Success By Associated Press Daryle Lamonica of Oakland and Joe Namath of New York will be trying to regain their form — and composure — in important games on today's American Football League program. Lamonica, unable to steer the champion Raiders to a first down in the second half against San Diego last week, will be trying to get Oakland righted in a head-to-head showdown at Kansas City with the Western Division leading Chiefs. NAMATH, WHO had five passes intercepted in a stunning loss to Denver last week, will be trying to get the Eastern Division leading Jets righted in a head-to-head showdown at Houston with last year's divisional titlist. In other games on the full, five-game program, Denver is at San Diego, Buffalo at Boston and Miami at Cincinnati. The Raiders, now 4-1 after having their winning streak ended at 14, are tied with San Diego for the runner-up spot behind the Chiefs (5-1). They not only will have to get their own offense going again, but stop the Chiefs' two most potent weapons, rookie running back Robert Holmes and kicking specialist Jan Stene- rud, who already has booted 18 field goals. THE JETS, leading the East with a 3-2 record to Boston's 2-3 and Houston's 2-4, meet the Oilers for the first time since last year's 28-28 tie at New York in which Na- math had six passes intercepted. Trading Season Ends NEW YORK (AP) — The pro football trading season has ended with a record total of 63 deals in the National Football Giants a week League and 25 in the American Football League. There can be no further trading in either league until the end of the season. Waivers must be secured if a player moves from one club to another. i and Chicago (1-4) at Philadelphia (0-5) in thtej other NFL games. . Baltimore still) remembers what happened t&e last time it played Cleveland, a 27-0 embarrasment ift 'the 1964 title game. Earl Morrall -is on the beam and Johta tlnitas is ready to lend a Aland against the Browns who were held to 22 yards rushingiby St. Louis last week. I THE RAMS jiuit made it past the Packers on Bruce Gossett's field goal in the closing seconds, JI&44, but are heavily favored toil ruin the return home of exteam Norm Van Brocklin, ntew Atlanta- coach, who sui^prised the kept possession of the ball for all but one play in the .final 9:40 of the game. With Baft Starr an unlikely starter, the quarterback edge goes to the Lions' Bill Munson, COACH DICK Nolan's 49ers moved the ball well against Baltimore despite a lopsided defeat. Clifton McNeil, ex-Cleveland receiver, leads the league. However, Giants' Fran Tarkenton hopes to get his club back on the victory path after its first setback. The Detroit Lions and the Atlanta Falcons were the busiest traders in the NFL. Each made 14 deals. Los Angeles, most active in the last two years, completed only six transactions. The Chicago Bears were the least active, making only one swap in which they obtained tackle Bob Breitenstein from Minnesota for a draft choice. Players who were involved in deals for the second straight year included Bill Triplett and Andy Bowling of Detroit, Gary Cuozzo of Minnesota and Dick Shiner and Jerry Hillebrand of Pittsburgh. Denver again was the busiest trader in the AFL with 10 deals, one more than last year. Buffalo was a close second with nine and Kansas City had six. San Diego and Houston made the fewest deals, each getting rid of two players. 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