Articles from January 2010



Storybook Season : The 2000 Baltimore Ravens’ Run to the Super Bowl (Paperback)

The Baltimore Ravens‘ Super Bowl-winning season is brought to life in “Storybook Season.” With over 150 vibrant, color photographs, together with extensive coverage by the Ravens’ hometown newspaper, The Baltimore Sun, “Storybook Season” is a must-have for every football fan, and certainly every Baltimore Ravens’ fan. Complete with per-game season statistics, it just doesn’t get […]

Remembering The Super Bowl Shuffle

From the Punky QB to Sweetness himself, Walter Payton, the Super Bowl Shuffle as performed by the 1985 Chicago Bears will bring back memories to anyone who was a football fan in the 1980s. Some loved it, some hated it, and some just found it amusing. Interesting facts about the Super Bowl Shuffle: -The song […]

Dan Marino’s 300 Yard Games

Dan Marino is one of the best quarterbacks to ever play in the National Football League, and has gone down as quite possibly the best Miami Dolphins player ever. One of the achievements that most people see as a sign of a quarterback’s ability is throwing for 300 or more yards in a game. Here […]

Jacksonville Jaguars Quarterbacks – 22 Interesting Facts!

The Jacksonville Jaguars came into the league in 1995 and were almost immediately successful, becoming one of the better teams in the late 1990s. Over the years, they’ve had some interesting play from the quarterback position, sometimes good and sometimes bad. Here is a look at 22 interesting facts about the quarterbacks of the Jacksonville […]

NFL Greatest Super Bowl Moments I-XL

On Super Bowl Sunday, there’s nowhere to hide. Either you go home with the Vince Lombardi trophy, or you spend your days before training camp thinking of what went wrong and about how to get back to the game’s grandest stage. For forty years, the world championship of professional football has come down to Super […]

Bob Golic: In The Movies

Bob Golic was a longtime professional football player in the National Football League. He began his career with the New England Patriots in 1979, but attained star status after joining the Cleveland Browns in 1982. He would finish his career with the Los Angeles Raiders, where he played from 1989 to 1992 before moving on […]

What Receivers Have Gained 1000 Yards In Their Final Season?

Finishing strong and going out on top are important traits to have as an NFL player, but they aren’t always possible. Due to diminished skills, injuries, or sharing playing time with younger players; when an NFL player comes to the end of their career they don’t always have the opportunity to have one of their […]

NFL America’s Game Super Bowl I-XL (2006)

Review The best sports documentary series ever. –Philadelphia Inquirer There is no bigger or more anticipated game in all of sports than the Super Bowl. Now Warner Home Video (WHV), the National Football League (NFL) and NFL Films are teaming up to give football fans everywhere an extensively researched and crafted 40-disc set that delves […]

The Kansas City Chiefs’ Dante Hall’s Amazing 2003 Season As A Returner

An effective kick or punt returner can be a game changer in the National Football League. Returning kicks and punts for touchdowns is obviously helpful, but also important is the improved field position that a good returner can give a team. One of the best years by a returner in the history of the NFL […]

What’s In A Name? NFL Players Named Napoleon

With the amount of players that have come through the NFL over the years, it isn’t shocking sometimes to see the unusual names that players have. Not too many people in the world these days go by the name of Napoleon. In fact, in the history of the NFL, only four players named Napoleon have […]