Our first Joe Montana-related episode of the podcast has arrived. Montana only played in Philadelphia once. That was all he needed in 1989 when the 49ers rolled into Philadelphia for one of the most memorable regular season games of all-time.
Buddy Ryan, one of the greatest defensive minds in NFL history and a former head coach, passed away at the age of 82 on Tuesday.
The Eagles and Cowboys resume their rivalry this evening at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday Night Football. During halftime of tonight’s contest, the Eagles will induct the late Jim Johnson and former cornerback Eric Allen into the team’s Honor Roll.
Back in 1989, Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson’s first foray into NFL action was a memorable and awful experience that ultimately helped shape a team that would win three Super Bowls in a four year span. During the ’89 season, Johnson’s Cowboys ran into Buddy Ryan’s Eagles […]
When the “Dream Team” Eagles visit Buffalo on Sunday to avoid a potential 1-4 start, it will be a reunion of one of the more entertaining regular season games of the JMRA era. As the 1990 regular season arrived near its conclusion, it became rather clear that three […]
We’ve reached nominee four in our set of 20 that are eligible for the JMRA Hall of Fame. The five biggest vote getters will be inducted into the Hall along with the Editor’s Choice award winner. The JMRA Hall of Fame honors contributors to the National Football League; […]
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Kurt+Warner&iid=7595411″ src=”http://view1.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/7595411/nfl-nfc-wild-card-green/nfl-nfc-wild-card-green.jpg?size=500&imageId=7595411″ width=”380″ height=”274″ /] We are approaching year two of the Joe Montana’s Right Arm Hall of Fame and that means it’s time for nominees. Instead of running a dictatorship, I will take your input for this go around…except for the Editor’s Award, which […]
Prior to the 1993 NFL season, the Kansas City Chiefs acquired Joe Montana via trade from the 49ers and were looking to change their postseason fortunes with the Mighty Joe at the helm instead of Dave Krieg. Behind Montana’s sharp passing and the resurgence of Marcus Allen, Kansas […]
Despite the lack of postseason success, the group gave its architect and former Eagles head coach Buddy Ryan, plenty to be happy about. They offered some all-time great performances including the “Bodybag Game”, “The Bounty Bowl”, “When Troy Met Clyde” or my personal favorite, the “House of Pain” game.