NFL Highlights – 1984 New York Giants VS Philadelphia Eagles

DOG COMMENTARY: \Tthe year 1978 was a year of incredible feats…..with awesome displays of athleticism….filled with unbelievable plays that create totally unexpected ooutcomes…cuz there is Super Bowl XII when the Dallas Cowboys won 27-10 over the Denver Broncos….The Holy Roller Imacullate Deception Game between the Oakland Raiders vs San Diego Chargers….the Football World Cup win by Diego Maradonna’s Argentina….after extra time….over Holland….Pete…

NFL – Great Teams Great Years – 1975 Dallas Cowboys

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1975 Dallas Cowboys season was the team’s 16th season in the NFL….and their 16th under head coach Tom Landry….as they finished second in the NFC East division with a 10–4 regular season record….then advanced through the playoffs to Super Bowl X by defeating the Minnesota Vikings 17 – 14 in the NFC Dividional…

NFL – Greatest Teams – Chuck Noll & The Pittsburgh Steelers

DOG COMMENTARY: Chuck Noll was named the 14th head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers on January 27, 1969….after then Penn State head coach Joe Paterno turned down an offer for the position…..becoming the youngest coach in NFL history at the time….as Steelers owner Art Rooney would later credit Don Shula as the person that recommended Noll as…

NFL – Special – Pat Summeral & John Madden – A Match Made In Heaven

DOG COMMENTARY: It is the opinion of this lil ole chiweenie Sportsphile that the best NFL game commentators of all-time since the inception of televised NFL games to the present CBS’s lead broadcast team from 1981 to 1994 was Pat Summerall and John Madden In 1981, Pat Summerall was teamed with former Oakland Raiders head coach John…

NFL – Super Bowl Super Memories – Minnesota Vikings

DOG COMMENTARY: During the decade of the 1970’s….the Minnesota Vikings were one of the more domineering NFL teams….having played in Superbowl IV (1970)….Superbowl VIII (1974)….Superbowl IX (1975)….and Superbowl XI (1977)….but wht sports fans remember about this team is that they never won one….albeit they were losses to some really good teams like Coach Hank Stram’s Kansas City…

NFL – Greatest Rivalries – New York Giants VS Cleveland Browns

DOG COMMENTARY: When Bone Daddy was growing up in the 1950’s and 1960’s out in Midland, Texas…..where the wind comes whipping down the plains…..in a time when the NFL was being watched on black and white television….while using “rabbit-ears” antenna to gain the best reception possible….for that is when the rivalry between the New York…

NFL – Great Players – Howie Long – Warlord Of The Raiders

DOG COMMENTARY: Howard Matthew Moses “Howie” Long is an American former National Football League (NFL) defensive end, actor and sports analyst. He played in the NFL for 13 seasons and spent the entirety of his career with the Oakland / Los Angeles Raiders franchise….during which was named to eight Pro Bowls….while helping his Raiders win a…

NFL – Great Players – Minnesota Vikings DE Jim Marshall

DOG COMMENTARY: James Lawrence Marshall is a retired American football player who played defensive end for the Cleveland Browns (1960) and the Minnesota Vikings (1961–1979)….who was a member of the Vikings’ famous “Purple People Eaters”….a defensice line that consisted of Marshall (DE), Alan Page (DT), Gary Larsen(DT), and Carl Eller (DE),…a force down in the trenches…

NFL – 1985 NFC Divisional Championship – Chicago Bears VS NY Giants

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1985 Chicago Bears team was one of the most enjoyable teams to watch for any NFL fan…..for this was a group of distinct individuals……to include such players like LB Mike Singletary, DE Richard Dent, DT Steve McMicheal (University of Texas fame), DT “Refrigerator” Perry, QB Jim McMahon, RB Walter “Sweetness” Payton, et…