The San Francisco 49ers opted to hand over the reins to Steve Young following the 1992 season and in turn, traded the franchise’s best quarterback – Joe Montana. San Fran dealt Montana in ’93 to the Kansas City Chiefs, a team that had a growing reputation for being […]
The playoff history of the Atlanta Falcons isn’t a lengthy one despite being in existence since 1966. Atlanta didn’t reach the postseason until 1978, when they were eliminated by the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Divisional playoffs.
When the Patriots face the St. Louis Rams in London on Sunday, it’ll be a Super Bowl XXXVI reunion. The two franchises met at the conclusion of the 2001 season in the Louisiana Superdome; giving NFL fans one of the great Super Bowls of all-time.
The 1985 Bears rank among the most ferocious NFL teams of all-time. Fronted by Buddy Ryan’s 46 defense and the legendary Walter Payton, the Bears went 15-1 in ’85 en route to winning Super Bowl XX.
The Bill Walsh/Joe Montana 49ers were not very good when forced to visit the Meadowlands. Including the playoffs, San Francisco played the Giants four straight years in New Jersey.
Once again, it’s time to revisit the vastly underrated 1989 season. A few weeks ago, we examined the absurd Gary Reasons hit during a Giants/Broncos tilt, which ultimately helped New York grab the NFC East title away from the Eagles.
Today’s edition of Throwback Thursday takes us back to the 1975 NFL playoffs and the legendary meeting between the Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings.
Dan Marino was a bad man in 1984. Before Joe Montana’s 49ers blew up Marino’s Dolphins in Super Bowl XIX, the second-year quarterback was a monster during the ’84 regular season. Marino tossed a then-NFL record 48 touchdown passes and also established a new benchmark with 5,084 yards […]
The master of labor unrest versions of the NFL was none other than Washington Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs, whose Skins won Super Bowls following work stoppages during the ’82 and ’87 seasons. Today’s TT finds us in RFK Stadium with the ’82 Skins.
Earlier this week, we re-examined the 1990 NFC title game, which in my opinion is the hardest hitting conference championship game ever (not this one). The ultimate loser of the ’90 NFC title game was the Buffalo Bills, who faced the slow and plodding New York Giants in […]