Michael Travis Rose explores the Madden Curse and determines whether it is real or not.
“Tarkenton was a pain in the ass.” In football years long gone by, quarterbacks were expected to stand in the pocket and only in the pocket, and if their…
Nate Christensen looks at how Jamaal Charles changed the course of history when it comes to running backs in the NFL.
“Thank you for your service, Mr. Tillman.” In honor of Memorial Day, Ryan Potts looks back at the legacy of Pat Tillman.
Lamarr Fields breaks down one of the NFL’s greatest coaches and innovators, Bill Walsh.
The 1999 St. Louis Rams, the greatest show on turf, were the innovators of the many offensive formations and game plans that you see in today’s NFL, writes Ken Filler.
More than 50 years after Super Bowl III, it is difficult to encapsulate the context heading into the 1968 Colts-Jets game, writes Ryan Potts.
In the course of NFL history, there have been very few true Cinderella teams. While Cinderella generally only applies to college basketball, some recent NFL teams have defied…
Ryan Potts publishes the hub for his upcoming articles on the times Vegas got it wrong.
Can you imagine a young Roger Staubach in a Kansas City Chiefs uniform? It almost happened. In fact, “The Dodger” was actually drafted in the 16th round (122nd overall) by the Chiefs in the 1964 draft, writes Michael Travis Rose.
Ryan Potts releases the Hub article for the NFL’s Greatest Cinderella Stories of all time.
Matchup-by-matchup, Ryan Potts concludes his series by dubbing the greatest team of all time.