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Todd Pence

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  1. Michael Jackson, 1980's Seahawks linebacker.
  2. Okay, but not many others!
  3. Chris Chandler. How many guys can say they started for EIGHT different franchises? The Gaylord Perry of football.
  4. He was to football in 1935-45 what Babe Ruth was to baseball in the 1920's.
  5. CARDINALS - Jim Hart FALCONS - Steve Bartkowski RAVENS - Ray Lewis BILLS - O.J. Simpson PANTHERS - Cam Newton BEARS - Walter Payton BENGALS - Ken Anderson BROWNS - Jim Brown COWBOYS - Roger Staubach BRONCOS - John Elway LIONS - Barry Sanders PACKERS - Bart Starr TEXANS - J.J. Watt COLTS - Johnny Unitas JAGUARS - Jimmy Smith CHIEFS - Otis Taylor RAIDERS - Ken Stabler CHARGERS - Dan Fouts RAMS - Jack Youngblood DOLPHINS - Larry Csonka VIKINGS - Alan Page PATRIOTS - Tom Brady SAINTS - Archie Manning GIANTS - Lawrence Taylor JETS - Joe Namath EAGLES - Donovan McNabb STEELERS - Jack Lambert 49ERS - Joe Montana SEAHAWKS - Steve Largent BUCCANEERS - LeRoy Selmon TITANS/OILERS - Earl Campbell REDSKINS - John Riggins
  6. Joe Namath pretty much went into a slump for the final eight years of his career, after establishing his HOF credentials in just his first five seasons.
  7. No, because the Bills still trailed at halftime.
  8. I don't think in the 100 year history of the NFL there has ever been a game where one team trailed by 24+ points in the first half, and wound up leading the game at halftime. Has there ever been such a game?
  9. https://www.pro-football-reference.com/play-index/tgl_finder.cgi?request=1&match=game&year_min=1960&year_max=2019&game_type=E&game_num_min=0&game_num_max=99&week_num_min=0&week_num_max=99&temperature_gtlt=lt&game_result=W&c1stat=points_diff&c1comp=gte&c1val=17&c5val=1.0&order_by=pass_rating&order_by_asc=Y
  10. FORMER: Steve Largent Archie Manning CURRENT: Tom Brady (because awarding him another ring gratis might blunt his edge for pursuing it for real this coming season). Anyone on the Cincinnati Bengals
  11. Fail to build on one successful year as they have unfailingly done all century, and continue to be irrelevant for many, many more years to come.
  12. JV Cain of the Cardinals also died during training camp in 1979.
  13. If you're talking about the scope of the entire Super Bowl era, I think the 1976 Bucs have this one in a canter.
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