Giants vs 49’ers (1990) – A Game For the Ages

Today, we’re going to talk about a blown opportunity for a game of the ages. On Monday night, December 3, 1990, the 10-1 San Francisco 49ers hosted the 10-1 New York Giants. They had each suffered unlikely losses the week before, thereby robbing us of what could have been an 11-0 versus 11-0 matchup. This … Read more

Hail to the Redskins, Super Bowl Monday, and Best of Rivals (With Adam Lazarus)

If you have the chance to talk to some NFL legends such as Jerry Rice, Joe Montana, Steve Young, Joe Gibbs, and so many more, what would you ask them?  Better yet, wouldn’t it be cool to write a book about the stories you learned from the interviews to share with the masses?  That’s precisely … Read more

Highest Scoring Game in NFL History

What are the highest-scoring NFL games of-all time? NFL fans love seeing points on the scoreboard. Nowadays, part of this has to do with fantasy football. However, fantasy football was barely a toddler when the highest-scoring NFL game in history occurred.   This game was on November 27, 1966, between the Washington Redskins and the New … Read more

Mel Hein – “Old Indestructible” from the New York Giants

Mel Hein was not only a dominant player in the early years of the NFL, but he was also incredibly durable, during a time when the rules did not favor player safety.  He was also part of the inaugural Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 1963. You can learn more about the 1963 Class … Read more

Robert Cal Hubbard – Hall of Fame Tackle (Packers / Giants / Steelers)

Cal Hubbard was a dominant tackle for the Packers, Giants, and Steelers.  He was also part of the inaugural Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 1963. You can learn more about the 1963 Class and more gridiron history information from The Football History Dude podcast. Join the newsletter Get more football history delivered to your … Read more