NFL – 1974 – Greatest Plays – Oakland QB Stabler Flip To Clarence Davis With Last Second TD For Win

We have written before about what a great “escape artist” that Oakland Raiders QB Ken The Snake Stabler…..and how often he could pull a “rabbit outa a hat”…..so, here is more video proof of our comment…..I mean…..here was this white boy on spindley legs that could barely run….who looked a lot older than he was…..having white hair, not grey……long before…

NFL – 1978 – Greatest Plays – Raiders QB Ken Stabler Fumbles The Ball Forward For TD With No Time On

The play depicted in this video herewith provides evidence as to why Raiders QB Ken Stabler was known as Snake….cuz that cat could slither out of so many tight situations…..and somehow come out smelling like a rose….for here Oakland is with only 10 seconds left in the game…..as the Raiders have the ball on the Chargers…

NFL – 1978 – Greatest Plays – Raiders QB Ken Stabler Fumbles Ball Forward For TD With No Time Left

There is a reason that the Oakland Raiders QB Ken Stabler was known as The Snake…..cuz he had an uncanny ability to “slither out of trouble” and “strike when you least expected” him to….as evidenced by the final play of the 1978 game between the Oakland Raiders vs San Diego Chargers video seen herewith….and before you…

NFL – 1974 – Greatest Plays Ever – Raiders QB Stabler Flips To Clarence Davis With Last Second TD

There are NFL “Hail Mary” passes…..and there are Football’s “Fantastic Flips”…..and there are “Last Second Passes” that score the winning touchdown…..but there are really none more dramatic that this last play of the game Hail Mary….Fantastic Flips….Last Second Passes from Raider’s QB Ken Stabler to RB Clarence Davis….which gave Oakland a 28 – 26 victory over the Miami Dolphins. 

NFL – 1950 to 1990 – NFL Films Special – Greatest Finishes + Unbelievable Comebacks

DOG ASIDE:  This NFL Films production of Greatest Finishes and Comebacks Ever….is a priceless production by the best film company ever to have live footage of NFL contests…..as Ed and Steve Sabol set the “gold standard” for capturing live footage and turning it into awesome stories about the NFL….as evidenced by this 20 minute piece on the greatest…

NFL – 1974 – Great Teams Great Games – AFC Divisional Playoffs – Dolphins Vs Raiders

DOG COMMENTARY: In a play that became known as the “Sea of Hands”….the Raiders’ Clarence Davis somehow caught the winning touchdown pass with 24 seconds left in the game among “the sea of hands” of three Dolphins defenders. The game began when rookie receiver Nat Moore returned the opening kickoff 89 yards for a Miami touchdown…..then Miami defensive back Dick…

NFL – Special – Super Memories Of Super Bowls I – XIII

DOG COMMENTARY: This video is awesome because Harry Kalas of NFL Films fame gives the viewer a compilation of highlights from the first Super Bowl game played through the 13th Super Bowl game played….which makes it a treasure in its own right. In the chronology of all things Super Bowl….starting off with the Green Bay…

NFL – Hghilights – Super Bowl XI – Oakland Raiders VS Minnesota Vikings – Part 2

DOG COMMENTARY: The NFL awarded Super Bowl IX to Pasadena, California on March 19, 1975 at the owners’ meetings held in Honolulu….as this game marked the second Super Bowl appearance for the Oakland Raiders….who lost in their first Super Bowl II against the Green Bay Packers….who were coached by legendary coach Vince Lombardi. Two years after their Super…