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PLAYBOY'S "OWNERS OF THE NFL": PLEASE, NO PICTURES
Published August 22, 1995
In their NFL Preview, PLAYBOY ranks the NFL's "best" and "worst" owners. BEST: Raiders' AL DAVIS: "Brokered peace between owners and players two years ago." 49ers' EDDIE DEBARTOLO: "Beloved by his players." Patriots' ROBERT KRAFT: "In two years .... have recovered from the disastrous reign of VICTOR KIAM." The Cowboys' JERRY JONES: "Give the guy credit -- he fired two legends .. and the Cowboys are still great." WORST: Oilers' BUD ADAMS: "Another oil shock rocks Texas." Cardinals' BILL BIDWILL: "Set a record by alienating fans in two cities -- St. Louis and Phoenix." Rams' GEORGIA FRONTIERE: "As clueless in St. Louis as she was in California" (Danny Sheridan, PLAYBOY, 9/95 issue).