Articles from February 2010



Interesting Facts About Miami Dolphins Great Jim Kiick

Jim Kiick was a valuable member of the Miami Dolphins teams of the late 1960s and early 1970s, including the 1972 team that would go undefeated and win the Super Bowl. He was a man with a great personality too and attracted a lot of attention for his actions off the field as well. His […]

Football Movies: Masters of the Gridiron

In what can only truly be a movie loved by fans of the Cleveland Browns, Masters of the Gridiron combines the acting ability of football players with a medieval plot line. What can go wrong with that? Masters of the Gridiron is the story of a young boy who helps one clan defeat three other […]

The New York Giants All Time Leading Rusher At Quarterback

A guarterback’s number one job is throwing the ball. There are quarterbacks that can run the ball effectively though. Some teams get those kind of quarterbacks and some teams don’t. Who is the leading rusher at the position of quarterback in the history of the New York Giants? The answer is Phil Simms, who from […]

Should Ron Jaworski Ever Have Become A Philadelphia Eagle?

Ron Jaworski is one of the more popular Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks that the team has ever had. He was a vital part of the late 1970s and early 1980s Eagles teams that would eventually reach Super Bowl XV, only to lose to the Oakland Raiders. Jaworski had originally been drafted by the Los Angeles Rams […]

The Draft: A Year Inside the NFL’s Search for Talent (Kindle Edition)

From Publishers Weekly Sports business writer Williams follows the NFL‘s team selection process from the fall 2004 college football bowl season through the much-anticipated April 2005 draft in this behind-the-scenes look at how the big league secures its talent. Williams explains the draft’s history, league-wide rating systems and the use of psychological tests with as […]

Complete Pro Football Draft Encyclopedia 2006: Best Picks, Biggest Busts All 70 Years of the NFL Draft

The Complete Pro Football Draft Encyclopedia 2006 compiles the complete history of every NFL Draft from 1936 to 2005?every team, every player, every pick. Plus SPORTING NEWS lists the Super 99 Prospects for 2006, the players expected to come off the draft boards first! Over 31 million people watched the 2006 draft live on ESPN, […]

A Hall Of Fame Quarterback Has One Of The Worst Games In NFL History – Who Was Even Worse?

When it comes to having success on the football field, it is hard to do without solid play from the quarterback position. There are a number of stats that can be looked at to judge a quarterback’s performance, but one that cannot be overlooked is completion percentage. Without completions, little else good can happen in […]

Interesting Facts About Longtime Jets Wide Receiver Wesley Walker

Wesley Walker went to college at the University of California and was then drafted into the NFL in the 2nd round of the NFL Draft by the New York Jets. Walker played his entire 13 year career with the Jets and even went on to appear in two Pro Bowls (1978, 1982). He was a […]

What College Have The Seahawks Drafted From The Most?

Teams draft based on talent. They are looking for the players that will help them the most. It is interesting sometimes though to see which college a team has drafted from the most. The Seattle Seahawks came into the league in 1976, the same year as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Since then, what college have […]

The Draft: A Year Inside the NFL’s Search for Talent

From Publishers Weekly Sports business writer Williams follows the NFL‘s team selection process from the fall 2004 college football bowl season through the much-anticipated April 2005 draft in this behind-the-scenes look at how the big league secures its talent. Williams explains the draft’s history, league-wide rating systems and the use of psychological tests with as […]