More than 40 years passed before there was a worse call in a playoff game. I'm thinking o how the Saints got jobbed a couple of years ago on a non-call of what should have been pass interference in any era.
For me it was the Raiders, largely due to the two events you mention. My disdain for them continues, as I may have inadvertently demonstrated in my earlier post on this topic. The 'Phins, the Jets, the Steelers, etc. were just among that group of teams that were good (definitely better than the...
I brought my family there a couple of times to watch the New England Tea Men, which was actually a very pleasant experience. It was a much smaller and less rowdy crowd than was customary for Patriots games, so we missed the bad things that other posters have mentioned.
There was a brief resurrection of the Providence Steam Roller at about the same time, as a member of the equally evanescent Atlantic Coast Football League. Emilio Di Nitto, the football coach at my high school, was their quarterback.
Thanks to JackLamabe65 and the previous posters for a wonderful read. I'm originally from Rhode Island, and the first professional football game I ever saw was The Game, the 1958 NFL championship. As Sean noted, local football fans were Giants fans, based primarily on their TV broadcasts, and...
Julian Edelman announces his next career move (msn.com)
I'm 74 and easily amused, but I thought the video attached to the above story was pretty neat. I thought you guys would be all over this by now. Came to the site this morning (I live in Hawaii) just to see
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