NFL’s Buddy Young In Better Players But No Better Man

DOG ASIDE: The worst discrimination in the world is not color….it is size. The New York Yanks, Dallas Texans and Baltimore Colts RB Buddy Young became an All Pro in the day when the helmet had no face mask….and the talent of the league was concentrated in a 12 team league. Throughout the history of…

Broadway Joe In The Story Of Jets QB Joe Namath

DOG ASIDE: Jets QB Joe Namath was truly one of the most glamorous players to ever play in the NFL….who was as great a player as he was a showman…..long before the likes of players Prime Time Deion Sanders or Ochocinco Chad Johnson’s touchdown celebrations. ¬†Broadway Joe was perfectly suited for The Big Apple…New York…

The Dallas Cowboys Pro Football’s Glamour Team Of The 1960s

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They are the Dallas Cowboys….a free wheeling All American star-kissed team…..motivated and disciplined by the genius of a Coach named Landry….as they are Pro Football’s glamour team of the decade of the 1960’s….dynamic, progressive and spectacular. ¬†Consistency is a Cowboy trademark….under scored by 16 straight winning seasons….11 division titles….and 2 world championships.

 

1985 Super Bowl XIX Highlights With Miami Dolphins vs San Francisco 49’ers

DOG ASIDE: Two storied NFL franchises….the Miami Dolphins with Coach Don Shula and QB Dan Marino squared off at Stanford Stadium in Stanford, CA in Super Bowl XIX against the San Francisco 49’ers with Coach Bill Walsh and QB Joe Montana…..and Bone Daddy was there. After buying scalper tickets outside the stadium….BD and his Sportsphile…

The Story Of NFL Pittsburgh Steelers Viet Nam Vet RB Rocky Bleir

DOG ASIDE: Now, I’ve got to tell you this….it is really difficult for me to post anything about the Pittsburgh Steelers…..cuz they have been long-time rivals of my Dallas Cowboys….but a true Sportsphile must give credit where credit is due….and the 4 x Super Bowl Champion Steelers of the decade of the 1970’s deserve that…

Highlights Of Cowboy QB Clint Longley’s 1974 Thanksgiving Day Comeback Story vs Redskins

DOG ASIDE: 1974 rookie Dallas Cowboy QB Clint Longley….a player who had never played a down in the NFL….replaced an ailing Roger Staubach in the last quarter of the game…and led the Cowboys to a Thanksgiving Day comeback over their arch rival Washington Redskins…..throwing a Hail Mary 50 yard pass to WR Drew Pearson on…