SPORTS NEWS FOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2004
Lights, camera, satisfaction
The Bengals are the Ready for Prime Time Players. They defeated Denver 23-10 on Monday night, their first appearance at home on MNF since 1989. Chad Johnson caught a 52-yard TD pass.
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Nothing's set in stone
Curt Schilling and the pitchers are clicking. Little Mark Bellhorn and the hitters are delivering. Manager Terry Francona is making all the right moves.
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Colerain is eager for test by LaSalle
Top-ranked Colerain has crushed its 2004 opponents so badly, the Cardinals actually can't wait to play No. 6 La Salle this week.
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Tummy ache for Broncos' Bailey
If any of the Browns' defensive backs have an unopened bottle of Pepto-Bismol - and they should - Champ Bailey might need a swig of the pink stuff.


'D' comes through
For all the mustard being spread on Denver's hot dog of a rush offense going into Monday night's game, the Bengals were in no mood for being just another condiment.

O'Neal picks fine time to intercept his former teammate
If ever there were a good time for Bengals cornerback Deltha O'Neal to get his first interception as a Bengal, it was Monday against the team that tried to turn him into a wide receiver and then dropped him for a draft pick a few months later.

Daugherty: Broncos have a system
One of these years, sooner than later, a fourth-string fullback for an Arena League team is going to be heading out the door of his room at the Motel 6, looking for offseason work loading refrigerators on to boxcars, when the Denver Broncos call his room telephone.

Fans crazy with victory
The national spotlight was bright - and victory was thrilling.

WR Warrick ends up suiting up
The last official injury report, released by the NFL on Friday, listed Peter Warrick as out.

AROUND THE NFL
McNair injured, status uncertain
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Steve McNair is hurting, frustrated and just wants to finally get healthy.


Bears won't be signing QB Couch
LAKE FOREST, Ill. - The Chicago Bears will not sign Tim Couch, instead deciding to stick with the three quarterbacks on their roster.

Colts downplay late-game unrest
INDIANAPOLIS - Peyton Manning and Reggie Wayne kept quiet Monday. Their Indianapolis Colts teammates didn't think they needed to say a word.


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