The Pontiac Silverdome is wasting away but the memories of January 24, 1982 will always be vibrant and lively for San Francisco 49ers fans. Two weeks removed from slaying the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC title game with “The Catch,” San Francisco faced the Cincinnati Bengals in Super […]
For every wild card weekend team over the last decade that made a run to win the Super Bowl (’05 Steelers, ’10 Packers, or ’11 Giants), there is a counter team that wasn’t quite so lucky. During the ’89 playoffs, the Los Angeles Rams managed to win their […]
Ya boy Joe did this 31 years ago today. Recognize, will you please?
The Packers and Niners resume their postseason rivalry on Saturday night when the NFL Playoffs land in Candlestick Park. However, this isn’t the proverbial first rodeo for the Packers and 49ers in the postseason. Heading into the 1998 playoffs, it was evident we could be in store for some memorable […]
Dallas and Washington meet for the NFC East title in D.C. on Sunday night for what amounts to a knockout game. The winner earns the division title; while the loser is likely to see the end of their season unless plenty of outside help is received earlier in […]
When Cleveland visits Denver on Sunday, surely a few Browns fans will experience hot flashes regarding the franchise’s most notable trip to the Mile High city that took in January 1988. The Broncos and Browns met for the second straight season in the AFC Championship game. A year […]
The internet is a tizzy over discovering an episode from 1996 of the famous NBC show Saved By The Bell that featured 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh. Casted as the cousin of everyone’s lovable doofus, Screech, Harbaugh hit his marks throughout the show.
The Washington Redskins host the New York Giants on Monday Night Football in what should be one of the better MNF games of the seasons. Its been quite awhile since the Redskins were significantly relevant in the NFL landscape. However, RG3 has certainly changed that.
Ex-Detroit Lions running back Barry Sanders was arguably one of the three best running backs to ever play the game.
If I ever served as the prosecution in a case explaining why Dan Marino wasn’t an all-time Top 10 quarterback, the following game would serve as Exhibit A.