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  1. All Time Offense?

  2. 1999 Jaguars vs 1999 Rams

    The Kurt Warner offense was unstoppable and highly entertaining.
  3. Pro football is entertainment. Brett Favre dollar for dollar got you jumping to your feet, swearing and throwing the remote more than any other modern athlete. Swore at him as a Packer, was amazed as a Viking.
  4. Who Am I? (Trivia)

    Madden game system sells well
  5. Who Am I? (Trivia)

    Didn't President Nixon appoint a Minnesota SC Justice to the SCOTUS? JFK appointed Whizzer White to the SCOTUS.
  6. Vikings vs Rams Steelers vs Chargers Vikings vs Chargers
  7. Who Am I? (Trivia)

    I tried out for a position as an offensive lineman in 1960. Injured knee ended that. While in the whirlpool a hall of fame QB called me over to watch game film. He had two title rings. I decided to coach football. I became a head coach. We had tough teams and big rivalries. After retirement I surprised everyone with a change of pace. After I retired again I surprised people once again with a big new venue. Ten years in your locker? Change lockers.
  8. Who Am I? (Trivia)

    Mike Holovak, Head Coach Boston Patriots
  9. Who Am I? (Trivia)

    Charlie Conerly was the NY Giants QB from 1950-1960. He won the 1956 title game and dueled John Unitas for the title in 1958 and '59. Those two games were broadcast nationwide into the evening, launching the modern NFL. Pete Rozelle's league vs Lamar Hunt's merged after SB III. Conerly was old school and has been forgotten.
  10. What is some NFL history you think needs to be revised?

    WW II, Navy V12, was for the mensa draftees. Paul Brown, Otto Graham, Lombardi, Landry, Levy, Bear Bryant. They changed the game.
  11. Yup, certain players, Jim Brown, Hornung, Gifford, Sayers, Payton, Marcus Allen would find a way.
  12. Who Am I? (Trivia)

    I was an All American at Boston College and served in the Big War. I played pro football for several legendary coaches. They influenced my thinking on the game. I was a hc in the 1960s. We came closer than fans think. Sports writers gave us a tough go. We had a clever owner who didn't own an oil well. We had to bounce around a bit. We did well. I wrote a book. Lombardi was my model although I never played or worked for him. A West Coast rival schnooker us out of the first big one. I became a GM later in life.
  13. Who Am I? (Trivia)

    Additional hints, a legendary coach was my coordinator. My team played in one of the classic 1950s championships games that helped make football popular on TV.
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