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Indianapolis Colts Fans Say Goodbye to Great Coach, Great Man

After nearly seven years as the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Tony Dungy said goodbye to the team and the city that he took to Super Bowl victory. And while the team, who took the NFL championship in 2007, has not yet been able to repeat, Indy fans never lost faith in the only coach who was able to deliver.

Five Things You Probably Don’t Know About the New Orleans Saints

The New Orleans Saints debuted as an NFL team in 1967 and it took quite some time before they achieved even a modest level of success.ย  Over the years though this didn’t stop the team from having some memorable moments and great players including Archie Manning, Earl Campbell, George Rogers, Rickey Jackson, Sam Mills, Pat Swilling, Bobby Hebert, Joe Horn, Deuce McAllister, Drew Brees and Reggie Bush.ย  The Saints have transformed themselves from a perrenial cellar dweller team into one of the franchises that consistently has to be worried about by the opposition.

Five Things You Probably Don’t Know About the Oakland Raiders

The Oakland Raiders are one of the most popular, and the most hated, teams in the National Football League. The fans of the team feel there is something genuine in the legendary silver and black mystique that surrounds it.ย The team has been a part of many of the most memorable plays and games in pro football history.

Five Things You Probably Don’t Know About the Pittsburgh Steelers

With six Super Bowl trophies in their trophy case, the Pittsburgh Steelers have a solid claim at being one of the best pro football franchises ever. The Steelers have not always experienced this type of success though as there was an extended period of subpar play that began when they first took the field as the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1933, and extended up until the 1970s. The mid-1970s Steelers made quite an impact though, winning four Super Bowls in a span of six years. Since that time, the Steelers have been a team that all other NFL squads have had to take seriously. Here are five things you probably don’t know about the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Five Things You Probably Don’t Know About the Philadelphia Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles were founded in 1933 as a replacement franchise after the Frankford Yellow Jackets failed due to bankruptcy. Some of the league’s biggest names played for the Eagles in the early days including Steve Van Buren, Chuck Bednarik, Sonny Jurgensen, Tommy McDonald, Pete Pihos and Norm Van Brocklin. The Eagles have come close to playing for the NFL title in recent years, but their only actual titles occurred quite some time ago when they won back-to-back titles in 1948 and 1949 and then also won it all in 1960. Here is a look at five things you probably don’t know about the Philadelphia Eagles.

Five Things You Probably Don’t Know About the New York Jets

The New York Jets franchise were one of the original American Football League teams founded when the rival league began in 1960. The team’s most famous early success came in 1968 when quarterback Joe Namath guaranteed a Super Bowl victory over the NFL’s Baltimore Colts and then delivered on that promise. Over the years, the Jets have had some great players play for them on the field including Namath, Don Maynard, John Riggins, Joe Klecko, Art Monk, Greg Buttle, Wayne Chrebet, Boomer Esiason, Brett Favre, mark Gastineau, Aaron Glenn, Bruce Harper, James Hasty, Johnny Hector, Keyshawn Johnson, Mo Lewis, Marty Lyons, Curtis Martin, Lance Mehl, Freeman McNeil, Rob Moore, Richard Todd, Ken O’Brien, Chad Pennington, Pat Ryan, Abdul Salaam, Vinny Testaverde, Al Toon, Wesley Walker, Laveranues Coles, and Ty Law. Here are five things you probably know about the New York Jets.

Quarterback Hip Warm-Up

Okay, here are some professional warm up drills for quarterbacks and other football players to get loose and ready to play. A lot of people have the misconception that throwing the ball with velocity is all about arm strength. Arm strength begins in the hips and the feet.

Advanced Lineman Tips – Offense and Defense

Now that you have matured as a lineman, you need to learn some advanced techniques to become a better player! My first technique for offensive lineman is to cut block. Cut blocking is great for pass plays. It can also be used if the defensive player you are blocking is getting away. To cut block, you dive and hit the player with your shoulder pads; this will slow them down. Another offensive technique is to kick step.

Dallas Cowboys Tickets – Launching 2009 Season in Arlington

Not that their fans need a reason to request Dallas Cowboys tickets, but the 2009 season will be held in a new stadium and this has given sales a boost. This football team has always had one of the strongest and largest fan bases of all the NFL teams and attending one of their games is a cause for celebration.

Philadelphia Eagles – Eagles Could Own 2009 Season

Lincoln Financial Field is the home turf for a football dynasty and for the fans that hold Philadelphia Eagles tickets. There are over 64,000 seats at this special stadium and during the height of football mania fans are packed in shoulder to shoulder cheering their heroes to victory.

Baltimore Ravens – Set to Dominate in 2009?

If you have missed out on seeing the Baltimore Ravens in action, their fans can tell you it was a lost opportunity to see the birth of a championship team. In just 12 years, this team has become one of the sparkling diamonds in the sports world.

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