Tag Archives: NFL History

Paul Brown: The greatest coach in football history

Michael Pallas | Aug 25th, 2019

Paul Brown is the greatest coach in the history of football. Your first inclination may be to think to yourself, “The greatest football coach in history is Bill Belichick.” If this were to account for just the National Football League, I would agree with you. He has won two Super Bowls as an assistant and has coached in nine as the head coach of the Patriots, winning six. That is hard to argue. Continue reading

Comparing the two halves of Tom Brady’s career and the striking similarities they show

Nickolas Loza \ Aug 9th, 2019

Tom Brady over his 19 year NFL career has been one of the faces of the NFL. He has posted as of the end of the 2018-2019 season; 70,514 Passing Yards, 517 TDs, 171 INTs, and a passer rating of 97.6 while winning six Super Bowls and winning 207 regular-season games. He is in most peoples circles one of the greatest if not the greatest quarterback to ever play the game of football, and possibly the greatest all-around football player of all-time. In this article, we’ll be comparing Tom Brady’s eight healthy seasons to his other nine healthy seasons. We won’t be counting 2000 because he was a backup and only took kneel-down snaps and only threw three times and 2008 because he tore his ACL in the first game of the season. So we’ll be comparing 2001-2010 and 2011-2019. I will also be going over which one I think is better and giving my reasons. Continue reading

All-Time Senior Bowl Team

Andrew Harbaugh| June 24th, 2019

Dauphin Street, Veet’s, Mardi Gras, Ladd-Peebles Stadium and Reese’s. These are the words and phrases that should come to mind when you think of the Senior Bowl today but what about when we look back on its history? Continue reading