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.
For a guy who may very well be in the twilight of his career as an NFL quarterback, Michael Vick is awfully chatty. The New York Jets quarterback told media yesterday that he started the trend of rushing quarterbacks and is essentially the man responsible for today’s mobile […]
Wednesday marked the 50th birthday of JMRA’s second-favorite football player of all-time. Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Randall Cunningham turned 50 today. Ahead of his time, Cunningham’s skills (amazing arm, running ability) led him to becoming one of the NFL’s most lethal players during the late 80s.
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 […]
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 marks McNabb Bowl I. Much of the discussion entering Week 4’s Redskins/Eagles tilt revolves around whether the much-maligned Eagles fandom will reign boos down on their beloved quarterback. Over the next 24 hours, you will surely hear about how vicious and cruel Philadelphia sports fan can be […]
Before there was Michael Vick and Daunte Culpepper, Randall Cunningham was an athlete well ahead of his time. Cunningham could do it all. He could throw it short, medium, or long and then of course, he could run.
The Eagles inducted former quarterback Randall Cunningham into its Honor Roll yesterday during halftime of Philly’s browbeating of Kansas City. Take a look at the greatness of #12.