Articles tagged "Fourth Quarter Comebacks"
Comeback Conspiracy: Broncos protect Elway with statistical cover-up
The Denver Broncos have long been committed to the fallacy that John Elway is the all-time leader in comeback victories. Our own Captain Comeback captures the team in a web of deceit: it refuses to acknowledge that new QB Peyton Manning has a better record of clutch performances.
The truth about the front-running Green Bay Packers
Scott Kacsmar offers a three-step program for Green Bay Packers fans to cope with the team's historically inept record in close games. Find out how Aaron Rodgers compares to Tom Brady and Joe Flacco in the clutch, plus much more. But first, admit you have a problem.
Aaron Rodgers: Mr. Irrelevant in fourth quarter
Green Bay MVP Aaron Rodgers puts up elite numbers, except in one area: he consistently fails to deliver fourth-quarter comebacks. He's so bad, in fact, that the closest comparison is Bill Kenney, Kansas City's forgotten 'Mr. Irrelevant' QB of the 1980s.
Denver Broncos face comeback conundrum
Captain Comeback Scott Kacsmar says that Peyton Manning's first on-field comeback will put the Denver Broncos organization in a PR pickle. After all, Manning at that moment will surpass Elway's imaginary record of 47 fourth-quarter comebacks.
Super Bowl Hangover Pt. 3: Eli's Elite Pace
Eli Manning has produced an incredible 21 fourth-quarter wins, tying the great Johnny Unitas for most through a QB's first eight seasons. Scott Kacsmar takes a look at clutchest QB in history, and provides the stats for all 15 game-winning drives in Super Bowl history.
Captain Comeback: Super Finale for Eli, Giants
Scott Kacsmar rallies for the final 'Captain Comeback' of the 2011 season, attacking Super Bowl XLVI like Justin Tuck in the New England backfield, including: Eli’s record game-winning drive, Belichick’s defense, and Brady’s one-minute drill attempt.
Captain Comeback: Super Bowl History
Scott Kacsmar writes the final chapter in the book of postseason comebacks and game-winning drives by reviewing 14 classic Super Bowls, the 8-year streak of close games, and previews/predicts Super Bowl XLVI’s winner and MVP.
A closer look at NYG's Mr. Clutch
Scott Kacsmar writes his own book of Eli that explains why the Giants’ quarterback has always been clutch, and offers a game-by-game recap of all his career comeback and game-winning drive opportunities.
Captain Comeback: Before title games were Super
Scott Kacsmar respects his elders by recapping the 13 game-winning drives from the pre-Super Bowl days. Included: The Sneakers Game, The Greatest Game Ever Played, and The Ice Bowl.
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