Articles tagged "Kurt Warner"
Young Stud Quarterbacks And The Evolution Of The NFL Passing Game
NFL Films comes to the CHFF world headquarters this week to discuss a masterpiece: our brief, fact-filled history of the evolution of the passing game, from 1933 NFL championship game hero Bronko Nagurski to 2012 young studs Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick.
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.
QBs: Career Playoff Drive Stats (2012 edition)
It really is Groundhog Day. Scott Kacsmar is back a year later with the 2012 update to his career playoff drive stats for 25 starting quarterbacks since 1980. Find out who’s led the most efficient offense in the postseason and much more.
Unreal Super Bowl Media Day Legends
Super Bowl Media Day would be a lot better if these tales were true. Okay, so Chris Berman interviewing himself on Media Day is probably true, but other than that, the following stories are intended for entertainment purposes only.
Captain Comeback: Wild Card History
Scott Kacsmar inscribes the complete history of all 36 fourth quarter comebacks and game-winning drives in the Wild Card round of the postseason, while also previewing this weekend’s games. Consider it the definitive 'Wild Card' chapter in the book of fourth quarter wins.
Tebow Battles Chiefs, Denver's Defensive Demons
Tim Tebow and the Broncos have overcome more than just a 1-4 record to reach the cusp of the playoffs this year. They've overcome a pass defense so bad it usually spells 4 or 5 wins.
BREAKING NEWS: Jordy Nelson is white!
The Packers wide receiver is averaging nearly 20 yards per reception. And get this: he's white! Shhh. Hear that? Jordy Nelson is sneaking up on us. He's got that "deceptive speed." Patrick Imig explores in this week's Pigskin Detention.
49ers Dismantle Cardinals: 5 Things We Learned
The San Francisco 49ers showed why they are the class of the NFC West in 2011, beating up on the underwhelming Arizona Cardinals, 23-7.
Three-quarters good: Steelers, Pats in unique company
Scott Kacsmar puts the recent (and past) defensive letdowns of Bill Belichick and Dick LeBeau's teams into perspective. A loaded look into the world of late-game heartbreak.
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- Seahawks, Panthers Remain Atop Quality Stats Power Rankings Despite Losses
- Drew Brees: Fastest Player To 50,000 In History
- Cincinnati Dismantles Indianapolis; AFC North Title In Sight
- Lions, Big Runs & Snow - Oh My! Chip's Eagles Overcome Early Woes
- Sad-Sack Houston Texans: The Dumbest Team In Football
- San Francisco 19, Seattle 17: 49ers Serve Notice
- College Football Awards: Regular Season Finale Edition
- Brady on Gronk Injury: "No one feel sorry for us".