Articles tagged "Pro Football Hall of Fame"
Monsters of the Midway: We Need The Chicago Bears More Than Ever
The Chicago Bears have dominated on defense better, longer and more often than any team in NFL history, riding that defense to a legacy unmatched in pro football. We chronicle the defensive life and times of a team that still chooses to attend the NFL's Old School.
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.
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.
Top 'Super Seniors' for the Pro Football HOF
PFRA executive director Ken Crippen discusses four 'super senior' candidates for the Hall of Fame. His list includes former Eagles star Al Wistert, who led the team to its greatest successes, and Duke Slater, the pioneering 'Jackie Robinson of football.'
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.
Hall of Fame Class of 2012, by the numbers
New CHFF contributor and pro football guru Russell Baxter, the former NFL statistician for ESPN, reports from Hall of Fame weekend in Canton, Ohio with a look at the Class of 2012. He harvests plenty of statistical gems about each player, and about the HOF in general.
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.
Terrible Towler: the greatest RB you don't know
For three straight years in the early 1950s, L.A. Rams forgotten star star Dan Towler was the closest thing the NFL has produced to an unstoppable ball carrier. In fact, he may be the closest thing the NFL has produced to an RB who carried his team to a title.
Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2012
Professional Football Researchers Association executive director Ken Crippen discusses the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2012.
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- Big Tease: 2012 New England Patriots And NFL's History Of Offensive Failures
- Epic Fail: The Wide Receiver Draft Class Of 2012