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Published October 7, 2012
A lot of love for the Nationals: Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke in a Wall Street Journal essay pointed to the leadership qualities of Nationals manager Davey Johnson (10/5). Meanwhile, Johnson was the featured Weekend Interview with the the Journal's Matthew Kaminski and said Nationals Owners Ted and Mark Lerner have succeeded by "not looking for a quick fix" (10/6-7).
The death of Raiders Owner Al Davis continues to have a powerful effect on those who were closest to him (10/6).
The Chicago Tribune's Dan Pompei profiles "popular billionaire" Jaguars Owner Shahid Khan (10/7).
The Miami Herald's Dan Le Batard discusses the "Apocalyptic Miami Marlins season" (10/7).
The age of Bills Owner Ralph Wilson and of Ralph Wilson Stadium raise concerns about whether the Bills will stay in Western New York (10/7).