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wMonday, September 27, 2004



Rivals Once More (washingtonpost.com):

"'You don't want to get on the wrong side of both of them. They can crack the whip,' said Henning, 62, who coached under Gibbs in Super Bowl XVII and XXII and under Parcells with the New York Jets. 'People might see Bill that way because he's more confrontational with the press. I've seen Bill charm the balls off a pool table. The beauty of both of them is that they know when to push the buttons.'"

Bugel said, "Behind closed doors, he [Gibbs] can rip your shirt off, and knock your teeth out."


There is nothing like Redskins-Cowboys. Nothing. Here's to football.

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