VW TERRORIST PLOY PAYS OFF FOR AD GUYS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The British duo that created a stir with a hoax Internet ad for Volkswagen that depicted a suicide bomber appear to have the last laugh. Lee and Dan, as the...

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FASHION POLICE - HEIDI KLUM STRUTS PAST 'RUNWAY' ROADKILL; RUNWAY ROYALTY

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

WHO is TV’s next top model? It could be Heidi Klum, whose fashion-world reality show, “Project Runway,” has been gaining fans and accolades since its relatively quiet debut Dec. 1...


COPYCAT COP SHOWS RULE PRIME TIME

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

WHEN “NYPD Blue” passes into history on March 1, it will mark more than the end of a single TV series. It really represents the end of a certain kind...


MOVIE PIX - OUR MOVIE CRITIC MEGAN LEHMANN'S BEST FILMS OF THE WEEK

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

DUMBO Sunday, 3:30 p.m., DIS The alienation theme and the psychedelic imagery in this 1941 Disney animation, about a tiny elephant with outsized ears, appeal to adults as well as...


STARS USE CHARITIES TO MASK MISDEEDS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

EVER get stuck driving behind a garbage truck that’s spewing trash? Paper blowing from it, dislodged milk cartons tumbling into the street, unidentifiable liquid seeping from the truck’s seams. It’s...


TORI IN HER GLORY - TEEN DRAMA QUEEN BACK IN CORNY 'FAMILY' COMEDY

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

TORI SPELLING has gone all Hallmark on us. Everybody’s favorite teen drama queen of yore is starring in the sappy TV movie “Family Plan” on the Hallmark channel this Saturday...


THE DON'T MISS LIST

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

MINISERIES Hall of Shame MORGAN FREEMAN narrates “Slavery and the Making of America,’ a four-part series that offers new scholarship on America’s ugliest period. The show chronicles the origins of...


TAIWAN ON INTHE EAST VILLAGE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

HOU Hsiao-hsien is one of the world’s foremost filmmakers, praised by critics and winner of top prizes at Venice, Cannes, Berlin and other important festivals. Still, his films are rarely...


RARE APPEARANCES BY ALL-ELUSIVE GMS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

JANUARY and February are the busiest months of the international tournament schedule – and often offer the only chance most fans get to see of the world’s top grandmasters in...


SEX DOC BREAKS BARRIER

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

HOLLYWOOD’S major studios have totally avoided releasing movies with NC-17 ratings since the notorious “Showgirls” 10 years ago, but that will change Friday with Universal’s release of the documentary “Inside...


HOT LIST - WHAT WE'RE OBSESSED WITH THIS WEEK

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Pioneers of porn In light of all the reactionary Super Bowl ad prudery, it’s the perfect time for the documentary “Inside Deep Throat,” (opening Friday) about the 1972 porn flick...


'HITCH' A SWITCH FOR BIG WILLIE - LIGHTS, CAMERA, LOVE! MAN-OF-ACTION SMITH BECOMES SWEET TALKER ON THE SILVER SCREEN

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

What’s a Will Smith movie doing opening in the middle of February? Ever since 1996’s “Independence Day,” Smith has been known for action-packed blockbusters (“Men in Black”) that open in...


SHOCK ROCK - SNEAK PEEK AT EDGY HOST'S OSCAR ZINGER

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Spoiler alert! If you don’t want to know what jokes Chris Rock will tell at the Feb. 27 Academy Awards, then stop reading now. Rock, who’s hosting his first Oscars...


THIS WEEK'S MOVIES

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

BRIDE AND PREJUDICE Jane Austen gets the Bollywood treatment in a romantic comedy. POOH’S HEFFALUMP MOVIE The gang at the Hundred Acre Wood is out to capture the much-feared Heffalump,...


DR. RUTH-LESS - A COMIC FIX FOR LACK-LUST COUPLES' SEX

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

BAD sex: It’s downright un-American. That’s the message today’s Viagra-centric society is sending us, says director Leslie Shearing, whose mock-umentary, “Unscrewed” (out Friday), takes a cutting look at the cult...


NEKO WAIF - SEXY CASE PUTS A SPIN ON COUNTRY

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Sometimes you just want to be Neko Case. She’s got the sexy red hair, the killer voice, and the enviable music career. The 34-year-old works with rock legends, hangs out...


REQUIRED READING

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The glut of reality TV has finally inspired a novel. In “The Manhattan Beach Project,” Peter Lefcourt takes Hollywood producer Charlie, and turns him into the brains behind “Warlord,” a...


QUICK BITES - ROOSTER FEAST AND RIBEYES

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

STEAK OUT: It’s the anti-tapas. The Fifth Annual Beefsteak – an orgy of unbridled eating – commences at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Beacon restaurant (25 W. 56th St., between Fifth...


DON'T CALL IT A SHIRLEY - NOT DRINKING TONIGHT? NO PROBLEM! NO-BOOZE 'MOCKTAILS' HAVE FINALLY GROWN UP

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

This may come as a shock to martini-packing New Yorkers, but not everyone wants to drink. Finally, a new generation of bar owners is recognizing that pregnant women, recovering alcoholics...


MEET MARKET - THE PLACE WHERE THE POST HOOKS YOU UP AND SENDS YOU OUT

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

MOVIE BUFF SWM SKS SF W/A SMILE MEET Eric, a 27-year-old film and video editor and proud Brooklynite to boot. Eric describes himself as kind, clever, a great listener and...


GLAMOUR GIRL TAPS INTO RAP

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

FLAMBOYANT art consultant and socialite Yvonne Force Villareal , best friend of club owner Amy Sacco and artist Vanessa Beecroft ,has a new gig:a band called Mother Inc. Her official...


STEALTH STAR - GROBAN NOW KNOWS HOW TO POP

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Rosie O’Donnell dubbed Josh Groban “Opera Boy” when she saw him at a Grammy rehearsal two years ago, and the tag stuck. He can belt Puccini with the tubbiest of...


HOW NOT TO LOOK FAT - SLIM YOUR STYLE WITH HAIRCUTS THAT WILL FLATTER, NOT FATTEN, YOUR FACE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

IF you knew that something was unflattering,would you wear it every day? Probably not – so why do so many women wear bad hairstyles day in and day out all...


BUY TO SURVIVE - CAN 'SURVIVOR' JENNA MORASCA ALSO WIN OUR $100 SHOPPING CHALLENGE?

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

SWIMSUIT model Jenna Morasca surprised everyone with her comeback win on “Survivor:The Amazon.” After bitching and moaning that she had the flu,an ingrown toenail,chest pains – and,,furthermore,better things to do...


KEPT MEN - SAY IT LOUD, THESE GUYS ARE 'COMMITTED' AND PROUD

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

COMMITTED:MEN TELL STORIES OF LOVE, COMMITMENT AND MARRIAGE Edited by Chris Knutsen and David Kuhn (two stars) Bloomsbury,$24.95 IT began with the metrosexual revolution.And now – continuing the trend of...


THIS WEEK'S CDS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

BRIAN MCKNIGHT “Gemini “ (three and a half stars) Universal/Motown Records AS you ‘d expect from this R&B star,there ‘s plenty of smooth groove here for lovers,but Brian McKnight ‘s...


'PERV' COP'S BUST; HAD KID PORN: DA

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

A cop assigned to Harlem is accused of having a secret, disgusting obsession: collecting pornographic pictures of children. William Cuba, 26, a Washington Heights resident assigned to the 28th Precinct...


WEIRD BUT TRUE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

In life she was computer illiterate – but death didn’t stop a West Virginia woman from being sued by a recording-industry group that claimed she illegally posted on the Internet...


FANS' COMPLAINTS NOT ITSY BITSY, TEENIE WEENIE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

SUPER BOWL CONFIDENTIAL JACKSONVILLE – There were many complaints from visitors here who expected better weather in the days leading up to the game – it was unseasonably cold, cloudy...


J.LO A NO-SHOW FOR DIDDY

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

SHOW BUZZ WORD is that Jennifer Lopez has issued the super-snub to her former paramour, Sean “P. Diddy” Combs. The booty-licious one, whose J.Lo show is closing Fashion Week on...


MIKE: ANNUL GAY RULING ; BUT 'I DO' SUPPORT NUPS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The city will appeal a judge’s decision to allow gay marriage in the Big Apple, Mayor Bloomberg announced yesterday – while for the first time publicly throwing his support behind...


N.J. AIR-CRASH PROBE IN TOW MOTION

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Investigators will wrap up their on-site air-crash inspection today by towing away the corporate jet that plowed across a six-lane New Jersey highway and into a warehouse, where it burst...


$1.2 MILLION; THAT'S HOW MUCH NYC'S TICKET MASTER DOLED OUT IN PARKING FINES OVER LAST 3 YRS.

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Meet New York’s million-dollar meter maid. Cranking out tickets at the rate of four an hour, Max Pinchinat has raked in about $1.2 million for city coffers since 2002 –...


JEWEL 'KILLER' FACES DEATH RAP IN CONN.

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Christopher DiMeo, the junkie accused of murdering three area jewelers, is facing a death sentence in Connecticut, authorities said yesterday. Police in Fairfield, Conn., where DiMeo allegedly killed husband-and-wife jewelers...


ALEXANDRE THE GREAT - EDGY & ALLURING NEW LINE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Bjork’s favorite designer, Alexandre Herchcovitch, generated so much heat at his runway show yesterday, the top almost blew off the marquee tents in Bryant Park, where Fashion Week is taking...


NYPD DAILY BLOTTER

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

BROOKLYN *** Detectives are probing the slaying of a Queens man who was chased to his death from a Williamsburg grocery store by four thugs, one of whom fatally shot...


JETS' SUPER BID - PITCHING W. SIDE STADIUM FOR BIG GAME

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The Big Game may land in the Big City in just five years – stadium permitting. Later this month, executives from the New York Jets will present a proposal to...


NICOLE SLAY 'A SLIP'; BRO DEFENDS 'KILLER'

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

BUFFALO – The young thug accused of killing actress Nicole duFresne was taught to treat women with respect and never meant to harm her, his imprisoned brother told The Post...


BX. GUNMAN WOUNDS 2

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Cops are searching for a man who shot up an intersection in The Bronx, sending two people in the hospital yesterday. Authorities haven’t released a description of the shooter, who...


PARIS WILTIN' - POUTY PRINCESS NIXES BUTTAFUOCO SPOT ON 'SNL'

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

You might think they’d get along like gangbusters – but apparently Paris Hilton can’t stand to share her limelight with fellow denizen of infamy Joey Buttafuoco. The hottie hotel heiress...


SOC. SEC. POLL STUMBLE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

A majority of Americans don’t like President Bush’s proposal to overhaul Social Security, saying it’s risky business to invest some of its funds in the stock market, according to a...


LOOKING OUT FOR NO. 1

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

WITH the U.S. and Iraqi elections over, maybe now conservatives will ‘fess up about the Iraq war (even if liberals won’t). No, I don’t mean admit it was a war...


TRAGEDY DEVASTATES CHIC SALON

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

On a typical Saturday, the atmosphere inside one the city’s most chic salons is energetic and upbeat – but not yesterday. The shooting death of longtime hairstylist Inessa Ivanov at...


COPS EYE TIX BLITZ VS. PEDAL PUSHERS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

You may have to wait a bit longer for your pizza today as Manhattan cops crack down on deliver cyclists who break the rules of the road. Cops in Midtown...


NEW GRIEF FOR TROUBLED SON

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The troubled son of the Russian immigrants who died in the Madison Avenue murder-suicide dropped out of school and was shipped off to a military academy in Virginia last year,...


MARTHA'S JAIL 'BREAK' ; CHATS IT UP WITH PALS ON VISITING DAY

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Here’s jailbird Martha Stewart with a puss on her face, meeting some friends during visiting hours at Camp Cupcake. This exclusive Post photo shows Prisoner No. 55170-054, messy hair and...


FDNY FIRES CHEAT; EXAM NOTES FOUND

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

A decorated firefighter – whose fire lieutenant dad killed himself – has been fired for cheating on the lieutenant’s exam, The Post has learned. FDNY officials canned Robert Singer, 39,...


ED. BIGS SQUIRM AS WELCH PUTS THEM ON SPOT OVER ELECTION

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

FORMERGeneral Electric CEO Jack Welch, an unpaid consultant to the school system, stunned top education officials last weekend by asking if they were supporting Mayor Bloomberg’s re-election. Sources said Welch’s...


REFERENDUM HALT IS A FIELDS GOAL

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Breaking ranks with two of her leading Democratic primary opponents, mayoral hopeful C. Virginia Fields rejected the concept of a voting referendum on the city’s controversial West Side Stadium proposal....


JETS PLANNING SUPER BID FOR 2010

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The Big Game may land in the Big City in just five years – stadium permitting. Later this month, executives from the New York Jets will present a proposal to...


PARIS BURNING; POUTY PRINCESS 'FIRES' JOEY

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

You might think they’d get along like gangbusters – but apparently Paris Hilton can’t stand to share her limelight with fellow denizen of infamy Joey Buttafuoco. The hottie hotel heiress...


DA PROBES 'VOTE FRAUD' IN QUEENS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The Queens DA’s Office has launched an investigation into the election of Jimmy Meng, a Flushing businessman who became the state’s first Asian-American Assembly member in November, The Post has...


DEATH LOOMS FOR GEM 'KILLER' ; CONN. COPS SEEK CAPITAL MURDER RAP

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Christopher DiMeo, the junkie accused of murdering three area jewelers, could face a death sentence in Connecticut, authorities said yesterday. Police in Fairfield, Conn. – where DiMeo, 23, allegedly killed...


CAR SLAMS PARK SLOPE GRANNY

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

A car plowed into an 80-year-old woman as she pushed her handcart across the street to a supermarket in Park Slope, Brooklyn yesterday – and left the great-grandmother clinging to...


'COP-STABBER' BUSTED IN BX.

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

A 35-year-old man was busted yesterday for stabbing a Bronx cop as he tried to break up a brawl, police said. Michael Cruz, of Harding Avenue, was arrested for sticking...


MIKE: ANNUL GAY RULING - BUT 'I DO' SUPPORT NUPS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The city will appeal a judge’s decision to allow gay marriage in the Big Apple, Mayor Bloomberg announced yesterday – while for the first time publicly throwing his support behind...


TODDLER'S BODY FOUND ON BEACH

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The badly decomposed body of a 1-to-2-year-old child was found on the shore at Rockaway Beach yesterday, police said. The grisly find was made by a woman walking along the...


PHAT PHOTOGS IN PHIGHT

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

SHOW BUZZ A fight broke out backstage at Kimora Lee Simmons’ Baby Phat Show last night. Waiting more than an hour for her arrival, tempers were running hot for the...


'BABY' BREAKS BOND; PORN CHIC FAILS TO STIMULATE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Kimora Lee Simmons is obviously confused. Instead of previewing the fun collection inspired by daredevil Bond girls that she promised us, last night the Baby Phat designer unveiled a line...


FIREFIGHTER CANNED IN TEST CHEAT

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

A decorated firefighter – whose fire lieutenant dad killed himself – was fired last week for cheating on the lieutenant’s exam, The Post has learned. FDNY officials dismissed Robert Singer,...


HAMPTON MOBILE HOME; MANSION ON THE MOVE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

A mansion has arrived – on wheels – at Further Lane, the glamorous main drag in East Hampton. In a town where the wealthy think nothing of demolishing estates to...


2 TRANSFERRED JUDGES BREAKING 'FAMILY' TIES

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Two headline-making Manhattan judges who oversaw controversial custody battles will no longer hear family cases because they have been transferred to other courts, The Post has learned. Family Court Judge...


GET IN THE GAME - HERE'S THE PLAY CLOCK YOU NEED

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

On ultimate TV sports day, you don’t want a wardrobe malfunction. So forget the belt and wear loose-fitting clothes as you eat, drink and watch the big game – and...


FEDS $OAK ART BLOKE IN THEFT HOAX

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

A British art collector who eluded the feds after being accused of staging the theft of a famous painting outside a Manhattan strip club in 1993 has agreed to fork...


COPS DELIVER A SUPER CRACKDOWN ON FOOD CYCLISTS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

You may have to wait a bit longer for your pizza today as Manhattan cops crack down on delivery bike messengers who break the rules of the road. Cops in...


MOTHER'S ANGUISH: SLAMS COURTS FOR PLACING TRAGIC JERICA WITH FAMILY OF 'SLAY' DAD

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The mother of the 7-year-old old girl viciously stabbed to death in upstate Highland Falls on Jan. 27 says her seven-year relationship with her daughter’s dad and alleged killer was...


HAMPTON MOBILE HOME - MANSION ON THE MOVE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

A mansion has arrived – on wheels – at Further Lane, the glamorous main drag in East Hampton. In a town where the wealthy think nothing of demolishing estates to...


TWO JUDGES BREAKING 'FAMILY' TIES

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Two headline-making Manhattan judges who oversaw controversial custody battles will no longer hear family cases after they were transferred to other courts, The Post has learned. Family Court judge Arlene...


CUBS GM: SAMMY WILL BE SLAMMIN' AGAIN

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

DOWN THE LINE Sammy Sosa’s homers, RBIs and batting average dropped for a third straight season in 2004, accentuating a worrisome decline for a 36-year-old. But Cubs GM Jim Hendry,...


BRODEUR, MADDEN FIRMLY BEHIND UNION

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The NHL season all-but-officially obliterated, two of the game’s most outspoken players say the union doesn’t need a vote to condemn the league’s salary cap plan. “Looking at the offers...


HERE COMES HELL WEEK ; NHL READY TO TURN UP THE HEAT

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

THIS is going to be Hell Week for the players. Believing he still has another seven days or so in which to force the union to its knees while maintaining...


MVPS WITHOUT VALUE ; CUBS GM: SAMMY WILL BE SLAMMIN' AGAIN

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

FORTUNATELY, I do not have a suspicious bone in my body. Or else I might wonder why Barry Bonds waited until last Monday to have arthroscopic right knee surgery. A...


THE FAME GAME; MARINO AND YOUNG CALLED TO THE HALL

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

JACKSONVILLE – The question for Don Shula was this: What was your reaction on draft day in 1983 when the Jets drafted Ken O’Brien? “Yaaaay,” Shula said, his right fist...


BEJARANO GETS SEVEN-DAY BAN

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Leading rider Rafael Bejarano has been suspended seven days, reduced from 10 because he waived his appeal, for careless riding in Friday’s eighth race, when his mount, Black Mariah, drifted...


KIDD SPEEDS INTO NETS' RECORD BOOK

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

When the combination of a phenomenal passing point guard and a team with a pretty paltry existence merge, history can be made in less than four years. That is what...


DOLAN IN THE DARK ; FUTURE AT MSG UNCERTAIN

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

PHOENIX – James Dolan has larger issues on his mind than the Knicks’ season-wrecking 35-day rut or landing Phil Jackson. Acknowledging the uncertainty at Cablevision, Dolan was less than firm...


GET COACH K FOR OLYMPIC TEAM

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

SOURCES confirm Jerry Colangelo has been quietly chosen to preside over the Olympic Basketball Selection Committee and overhaul it how he sees fit. A perfect place to start is at...


UCONN GAME; ROBERTS' STORM CAN'T TOP HUSKIES - YET

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

UConn 68 St. John’s 46 STORRS – Norm Roberts has a vision of St. John’s basketball. He sees a team that is deep and talented. He sees a team that...


HAMILTON PULLS OFF RIP JOB

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

NET NOTES Normally, Richard Hamilton makes life as fun for the Nets as a barefoot stroll on broken glass with a few rusty nails tossed in for diversion. Normally, the...


CARTER COUNTRY; 41 FOR VINCE IN WIN

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

The Nets wanted an indicator of just how good they’ve become, especially after their tribute to NBA pollution in Boston four days ago. They figured the world champion Pistons would...


SUCCESS RELATIVE FOR BARILE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

COACHES VS. CANCER C’town No. 66 Mann 49 Brendan Barile was a sophomore on a good, senior-laden Horace Mann team when he suffered through a tough game against Dalton. As...


LIONS AIM FOR NEW STREAK

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Friday night at Levien Gymnasium on the campus of Columbia University, Lions head coach Joe Jones looked down the sideline and saw his brother, James, running the opposing Yale Bulldogs...


MORE PAIN FOR KNICKS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Suns 114 Knicks 106 PHOENIX – Perhaps Stephon Marbury has every reason to want to rip Steve Nash’s head off, but that’s not actually what the Knick point guard was...


FULL-COURT PRE$$ ON JAX - DOLAN: MONEY NO OBJECT

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

PHOENIX – Not having to abide by salary-cap restrictions for a coach, Knick owner James Dolan said he’s ready to break the bank for free-agent Phil Jackson. Dolan sent out...


FULL-SCALE BROWNOUT ; BEARS DEAL LIONS THEIR 2ND STRAIGHT HOME LOSS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Brown 54 Columbia 52 After winning seven straight conference games on their home court, the Columbia Lions have now lost two straight Ivy League tilts following last night’s crushing 54-52...


BC DEFEATS HALL TO STAY UNBEATEN

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Boston Coll. 60 Seton Hall 52 In Beantown, where the sports teams have suddenly gone from cursed to blessed, Boston College may be the biggest surprise of them all. Make...


BOWHUNTERS PULL TOGETHER

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

A GROUP of the nation’s top bowhunting organizations has formed a coalition to stop a threat from two anti-hunting groups that joined forces with one goal in mind: abolish bowhunting....


UPSET-MINDED EAGLES OUT TO DERAIL DYNASTY

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

JACKSONVILLE – Alas, the show we’ve been waiting for has finally arrived. Super Bowl XXXIX in the flesh – with a 6:30 p.m. kickoff at Alltel Stadium and in your...


T.O. GETS NO SLACK

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

JACKSONVILLE -The ankle was ruined, anyone with a functioning set of eyes could see that. Many wondered why this superstar would risk marring the rest of his career with this...


THE TOM BOMB - CHAMPION QBS RATE BRADY

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

JACKSONVILLE – He is the Boy Wonder who came from nowhere to hold the Lombardi Trophy not once, but twice, and tonight he reaches for a third. That would push...


WHAT MAKES THE MAD GENIUS TICK

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

JACKSONVILLE – On the surface, Patriots’ head coach Bill Belichick appears as simple as vanilla ice cream, as dry as Melba toast, as complex as a glass of water. There’s...


ALL THE RIGHT MOVES - WEIS, JOHNSON PLAY HIGH-STAKES CHESS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

JACKSONVILLE – Soon after Super Bowl XXXIX is over and done with, Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis turns his attention to Notre Dame on a full-time basis. Jim Johnson heads...


SERBY'S SUNDAY Q & A WITH THE PATRIOTS ... MR. CLUTCH

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

Steve Serby sat down during Super Bowl week with Adam Vinatieri, who nailed the winning kicks to give New England its first two championships: Q: What traits do you need...


THE JIU-JITSU KID - HOW MARTIAL ARTS HELPED AKERS KICK IT UP A NOTCH

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

JACKSONVILLE – He will not leap to the heavens or thrust his arms triumphantly into the air, at least not instantly. If David Akers nails the winning field goal to...


THIRD'S THE WORD FOR PATRIOTS - EAGLES DON'T MEASURE UP TO CHAMPS IN MOST KEY AREAS

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

QUARTERBACKS AND RECEIVERS vs. DEFENSIVE BACKS WHEN EAGLES HAVE THE BALL: Donovan McNabb was the first QB in league history to throw more than 30 TD passes with fewer than...


A DASH OF DILLON - FIRST-CLASS BACK ENABLED PATRIOTS TO STAY ON TOP

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

JACKSONVILLE – It isn’t as if the Patriots were the first good team in history to go out and get a player like Corey Dillon, of course. The old Yankees...


SUPER 'NOVA - WESTBROOK HITS THE BIG TIME

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

JACKSONVILLE – The ace up poker-faced Andy Reid’s sleeve today is Terrell Owens, but his chip is Brian Westbrook. The Eagle coach will bet the one perched on his Napoleonic...


GIANTS GREAT IS TROTTERS GUIDE

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

It started as a favor and ended up as a friendship. In 1998, when former Giants great Harry Carson visited Philadelphia on business, he reconnected with his old friend Ray...


IT HAS COSTAS ALOT - NFL TV AUDIENCE MISSING THE CHAMPION OF DECENCY

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

THE taunting and the macho hassles and the me-dancing will start with this evening’s kickoff. It’s a lock. And, unless there’s a flag thrown, no one on Fox will say...


DWYANE'S WORLD - HEAT'S STAR-ON-THE-RISE NOT JUST SHAQ'S SIDEKICK

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

In a league where, historically, superstars are identified by first name only – Michael, Larry, Wilt, Shaq, LeBron – the Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade is just hoping people can spell...

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KNICKS IN FREE FALL

February 6, 2005 | 5:00am

PHOENIX – Penny Hardaway thought he was fouled. Stephon Marbury did not. The Knicks can ‘t agree on anything,only that no one has seen such a spate of bad luck...


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