Articles tagged "Hall of Fame"
Ronde Barber Retires: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Great Deserves Hall Of Fame Honors
Ronde Barber deserves a spot in the Hall of Fame, says Scott Kacsmar, who examines the exclusive club of Canton cornerbacks, the value of sacks and the unwritten law of interceptions.
CHFF Radio: Andre Tippett Talks Aldon Smith; Plus, Taste Of The NFL
The Week 15 edition of CHFF Radio at Patriots.com is highlighted by Hall of Fame linebacker Andre Tippett, who will break down the play of 49ers pass-rushing star Aldon Smith. The Patriots host the 49ers Sunday night.
Drew Brees 5 interceptions: The Worst Games By The Greatest QBs
Drew Brees is a bona fide future Hall of Fame quarterback. But he didn't look like one Thursday night, throwing a career-high 5 INT in a 23-13 loss at 11-1 Atlanta. We look at the worst meltdowns by the game's greatest QBs.
This Day In History: Tittle's Game For The Ages
Giants Hall of Fame QB Y.A. Tittle passed for 505 yards, with a record 7 TDs, 50 years ago today. It stood out as a singular performance for two decades and still stands the test of time today, writes CHFF reader David Hickey.
Predicting the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame class
Now that 2012 Hall of Fame weekend is over, Scott Kacsmar previews and predicts the Class of 2013. He argues that Michael Strahan is a bona-fide first ballot choice and wonders if Peter King's dog can break the logjam at wide receiver.
Biletnikoff: bald, beer-loving Hall of Famer
The great ones make it all look so easy. Case in point: Hall of Fame wide receiver and Super Bowl XI MVP Fred Biletnikoff. He even went bald with class: proudly downing suds with shiny head and porn 'stache.
Super Bowl Hangover Pt. 1: Tom Coughlin vs. Bill Parcells
Scott Kacsmar weighs in with Part 1 of the Super Bowl Hangover, focusing on the Hall of Fame credentials for New York Giants' coaches Tom Coughlin and Bill Parcells. Who is more deserving of Canton: the mentor or the apprentice?
Jerry Rice: Still Winning After Retirement
With Randy Moss retiring and Jerry Rice questioning the Superfreak's work ethic, Scott Kacsmar looks at Rice's unbreakable-looking receiving records.
Injustice in Canton: the Case for Ken Anderson
Ken Anderson belongs in the Hall of Fame. After studying his HOF-caliber stats and his role as a pioneer of the West Coast offense, we conclude the 6,500-word epic "Case for Ken Anderson" with a look at how he won against the odds while consistently outplaying NFL MVPs.
George Blanda: great showman, the original gunslinger
Pro Football Hall of Famer George Blanda passed away in September 2010 at 83 years old, 35 years after the end of a wild-ride career unlike any other in history. Blanda was much more than the oldest player ever: he was the sport's great showman and its original gunslinger.
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