NFL 1985 Detroit Lions Starring In Changes And Challenges

DOG ASIDE: The 1985 Detroit Lions season was their 56th in the National Football League….and in 1st year Coach Darryl Rogers….the team improved upon their previous season’s output of 4–11–1, winning seven games. The Lions beat four playoff teams at home….Dallas, San Francisco, Miami….and the N.Y. Jets….but lost to Tampa Bay and Indianapolis on the road. Despite…

Highlights Of The 1966 Dallas Cowboys Led By Coach Tom Landry & QB Don Meredith

DOG ASIDE: The 1966 Dallas Cowboy season was the seventh for the franchise in the National Football League….led by future Hall of Fame Coach Tom Landry to a 10–3–1 record…..qualifying for the NFL post-season for the second time in franchise history….. by winning the NFL Eastern Conference title….before losing the NFL Championship Game to the eventual…

Comedian George Carlin Compares Baseball And Football

DOG ASIDE: One of the greatest word merchants of all time throughout human history had to be Comedian George Carlin. In this piece, Carlin gives the world his comparison of the game of baseball with the game of football….and it is priceless….and probably Bone Daddy’s favorite explanation of two sports in the universe of sport.…

NFL Men Who Played The Game Featuring QB Earl Morrall

DOG ASIDE: There are a handful of NFL players throughout history that got better as they got longer in the tooth in their NFL careers….especially quarterbacks like George Blanda, Sonny Jorgenson, Billy Kilmer, Carsen Palmer and Earl Morrell. It wasn’t that these leaders were bad when they were young….cuz they weren’t….it is just like fine…

The NFL Dallas Cowboys Real Cowboy In The Story of Walt Garrison

DOG ASIDE: From 1966 to 1974….Dallas Cowboy Fullback Walt Garrison rode herd over the NFL….as the real cowboy on the Dallas Cowboys….cuz he was a cowboy many times over before he was ever one in Dallas….since he had been a collegiate star running back for the Oklahoma State Cowboys. As “real cowboy”….he spent time on the…

A Salute To The 1969 NFL World Champion Kansas City Chiefs

DOG ASIDE: The 1969 Kansas City Chiefs were led to Super Bowl IV victory by Coach Hank Stram and QB Lenny Dawson over the Bud Grant’s Minnesota Vikings. The Chiefs intimidating defense limited the Vikings to just one touchdown. This video has Coach Stram miked….providing a really good view of the positive genius of the…

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…