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The bane of NFL's pretend games continues unabated

Published August 19, 2017

Joe Willie Namath was eager to start a new season.

It was August, 1971 and Namath’s New York Jets were in Tampa to face the Lions. 1,315 more words


Willie and Kenneth

“I have a death voice,” Kenneth Greene said after interrupting a conversation I was having with my fellow employees on break. Kenneth Greene was the manager of this restaurant, and the only time he interrupted our conversations in the breakroom was to inform us that the restaurant was so busy that we would have to cut our breaks short to help the staff out. 1,618 more words


Farewell to The “Sweet Kentucky Babe”

Vito “Babe” Parilli, the first of the truly great quarterbacks to play professional football for the Boston/New England Patriots,  lost his battle with cancer and passed away on July 14, 2017 at the age of 87.  1,942 more words

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The 5 Worst Quarterbacks to Win a Super Bowl

The NFL offseason is well underway, but that never means that the controversial debates quite end. Over the years, some of the most elite quarterbacks have stepped forward and secured themselves a Super Bowl ring, solidifying their legacy among the past NFL greats. 966 more words