1999 Jaguars – Kryptonite: Thy Name Is Titan

Welcome to another trip into the Football Attic. Today, we’re going to be talking about the 1999 Jacksonville Jaguars, a team that won every one of their regular and postseason games…except the three they played against the Tennessee Titans. This article is also a podcast over at the Football Attic if you are interested in … Read more

Do You Know Your Jacksonville Jaguars History?

On our road throughout the NFL, we take a little trip to Duval County, in the state of Florida, to look at the history of the Jacksonville Jaguars. We also have a special guest, Dan Edwards, the Senior Vice President of Communications of the Jaguars.  This article is also a podcast over at the Football … Read more

Ultimate Guide To The 14 Original NFL Teams

Do you realize the NFL is 100 years old tomorrow?  The NFL was founded way back on September 17, 1920, in Ralph Hay’s Hupmobile auto showroom by owners and representatives of 10 teams.  Four more teams ended up joining the league, making the NFL original teams tally up to 14 for the league in the … Read more

The Bronx Zoo and the 1978 New York Yankees

In 1978, Yankees’ fans were still basking in the glow of the 1977 World Series victory–the team’s first since 1962. Fifteen years is a long wait for Yankees’ fans, who are spoiled by many past championships. Well, the drought was finally over, and the Yankees were back on top … where they belonged. With things … Read more

The Birth of Indoor Football in the NFL

Indoor football in the NFL is not uncommon as we approach the 100th birthday of the league in a few days.  However, this was not always the case.  The Houston Astrodome was the first domed stadium in the NFL, home to the Oilers from 1968 – 1996.  Pro Football’s first indoor game was at the … Read more