Five Things You May Not Know About New England Patriots Great Drew Bledsoe
Drew Bledsoe was a great NFL quarterback who set a lot of records both for the Patriots as well as for the whole NFL. He had a lot of big games and threw a lot of important and memorable touchdown passes. After spending the vast majority of his career with the New England Patriots, he finished his career on the rosters of the Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys. Here is a look at five little known facts that you may not know about Drew Bledsoe.Which Team Did New Orleans Saints at Archie Manning Throw The Most Touchdown Passes Against?
Archie Manning had a great career when it comes to individual stats, but did not always play on the most successful teams. He was an exciting player that moved around the pocket and threw a lot of touchdown passes. Who did he throw the most touchdown passes against though?Roman Gabriel – The Very Best Rams Quarterback Of All Time
The Rams have had a long history and have had a number of successful periods. They have also been blessed with some great quarterbacks over the years. Here is a look at why Roman Gabriel is the best quarterback the Rams have ever had.Five Fun Facts About The TD Passes Of Buffalo Bills Hall Of Famer Jim Kelly
When it comes to the history of the Buffalo Bills, it is pretty easy to tell who their best quarterback ever was. Sure, they’ve had Joe Ferguson, Jack Kemp, Drew Bledsoe, Doug Flutie, and even Babe Parilli, but no one has played that position better in Buffalo than the great Jim Kelly. Here are five little known and fun facts about the many TD passes he threw.Herbert H Lehman High Has Never Lost A Home Game
Yes you correctly read the title, Lehman High School has never lost a home game in football. They have been a high school since 1972 and their home game streak has remained perfect for 32 years.Five Things You May Not Know About The 49ers Steve Young And All His TD Passes
Steve Young was a great football player who could attack the opposing team through the air or on the ground. He was surrounded with great teammates during his entire time with the 49ers, and each of them helped him become the player he was. Here is a look at five little known facts about Steve Young and his touchdown passes.The Retired Jersey Numbers Of The New York Giants
The New York Giants are one of the best teams in the National Football League. They have played in great games and won multiple championships. They have also had some of the best players ever to play in the NFL. Some of those men have been honored by having their jersey numbers retired.Football in Stoke
For those couples who adore watching sports, especially football, Stoke is a great place to visit. There are two teams in Stoke-on-Trent that compete in the Football League: the Stoke City Football Club and the Port Vale Football Club.The NFL Football Season Has to Be My Favorite
I have worked for many years as a freelance sports writer, and even though I have a great love of pretty much every single sport and look forward to the start of most seasons, the NFL football season has to be my absolute favorite. When I was growing up, we were basically a two-sport family – football and baseball. We had a running joke in our family where we referred to February and March as “the wilderness months,” because that was the time of year when football had finished and baseball had not yet started.Atlanta Falcons Football
The Atlanta Falcon’s 2010 season is off to an exciting start. Third year Atlanta quarter back Matt Ryan has led the team to impressive wins in two of their first three games. Atlanta’s defeat of the Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints last weekend has given Falcon fans plenty to cheer about.The New York Giants Show The World That Professional Football Is For Real
In the early days of professional football, most fans did not give as much respect to the play for pay game as they did to college football. That would change for a number of reasons over the years. One of the things that started to get pro football the notice it deserved was a football game played in 1930 by the New York Giants.