NFL – Special – Toughest Runners – Miami Dolphins Larry Czonka – The Super Bowl Bulldozer

DOG COMMENTARY: There is no question that the backbone of the undefeated 1972 Maimi Dolphins.season was fullback Larry Czonka……plus there is no question that Zonk was the reason for the Dolphins getting to and winning both Super Bowls VII & VIII….evidenced by being the bulldozer that drove the Dolphins to victory in Super Bowl VIII…..while…

NFL – Special – Toughest Runners – Chicago Bears Walter Payton – Sweetness

DOG PHILOSOPHY: Would it not be awesome to have the nickname “Sweetness”?…..and be considered one of the toughest runners in NFL history….man, does that cover the spectrum of life, or what?…..I mean, in my humble Chiweenie opinion….Sweetness and Toughest…..just about says it all that is required to have a happy and healthy life…..for if those…

NFL – Special – There Is Magic In Football – Pittsburgh Steelers Immaculate Reception

DOG COMMENTARY: Throughout the history of sport…..there has quite possibly never been another single play that took place during any sporting event that has ever gained more notoriety than the “Immaculate Reception”….as the nickname given to what is arguably the most famous play in the history of American football….occurring in the AFC divisional playoff game…

NFL – Special – The Men Who Played The Game – RB John David Crow

DOG ASIDE: John David Crow, Sr. (July 8, 1935 – June 17, 2015)….was an American football player, coach, and college athletics administrator.  He won the Heisman Trophy as a halfback for the Texas A&M Aggies football team while playing for Coach Bear Bryant in 1957.   After college, he played professional football in the National Football…

NFL – Special – The Men Who Played The Game – QB Earl Morrell

DOG ASIDE: Earl Edwin Morrall (May 17, 1934 – April 25, 2014) was an American football player who was a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) for twenty-one seasons. Morrall, who also occasionally punted, played 21 seasons in the National Football League as both a starter and reserve. In the latter capacity, he became…

NFL – Special – The Men Who Played The Game – Cowboys FB Walt Garrison

DOG ASIDE: Walter Benton “Walt” Garrison (born July 23, 1944) is a former professional football player….a fullback for the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League. He was selected in the fifth round of the 1966 NFL Draft (79th overall) out of Oklahoma State.   Known for his toughness and blocking….he took over at fullback after…

NFL – Special – Old 1956 Rivals Touch Football Game – NY Giants VS Baltimore Colts – 2nd Half

DOG ASIDE: The Baltimore Colts won the NFL Championship in 1958….a game widely known as the “Greatest Game Ever Played” for its dramatic conclusion…in a game where the New York Giants….with Hall of Famers  QB Y A Title, RB Frank Gifford and LB Sam Huff squared off against the Baltimore Colts with Hall of Famers QB Johnny…

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

DOG COMMENTARY: Having a small taste of Pat Summerall and John Madden talking about pro kickers and pro coaches…..is like savoring a lychee nut that you roll around in your mouth for awhile….cuz you just want to enjoy the moment that the taste brings….and that is what these two guys do for this lil ole…

NFL – Special – A Match Made In Heaven – Pat Summerall & John Madden On Quarterbacks

DOG COMMENTARY: CBS sports commentators Pat Summerall and John Madden were a match made in Heaven…..as they had a special chemistry that transcends the typical broadcast teams….for this duo was more like Abbott & Costello.  Yep, Summerall was dang near a carbon copy of comedian Lou Costello….the intelligent….articulate….decisive straight man for Bud Abbott’s look alike…