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America loves a good nightmare image. Scott Petersons appear on magazine covers, grayed-out images of ghost-like horror or the opposite: HD color so stark 3-D glasses are not needed to feel his hands push us down on the killing floor. His image, dark skin — no need of a blackening a la Time Magazine and O. My gawd!
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Unable to claw his way any closer to Carolina quarterback Jake Delhomme, Atlanta defensive end Patrick Kerney used a teammate for a stepping stool and simply hurled himself, like a rabid dog attempting to snap his yard chain, at a wall of Panthers blockers. In midair he was bent backwards, flipped, kicked, elbowed and then driven, headfirst, into the turf. When he landed, Kerney yanked off his helmet as if it were filled with yellow jackets and hurled it across the field before falling into a heap near midfield where he stayed, writhing in intense pain, for what seemed like several agonizing minutes.
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The mammoth man in the Kurt Busch number 97 tank top and cutoff jeans hoisted the inch TV set and let it fly, triggering hoots and hollers of admiration in the crowded infield at the Daytona Giddy from cheap beer and the joy of making an ass of himself in front of strangers, Atlanta Falcons defensive end Patrick Kerney raised his arms triumphantly. He's far more serious when it comes to football, and his Pro Bowl--caliber effort this season has been a big reason the NFC South--leading Falcons are one of the league's turnaround teams in