Tag Archives: Super Bowl

Dolphins Slide Down Into Tie For Second In Winning Percentage Since Merger

April 27, 2015

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Jumping through hoops is how non-football fans get entertained by Dolphins. The Miami Dolphins football club has barely been visible out of the common seas that make up the NFL regular season. 1992 is the Dolphin’s last appearance in a playoff round past the divisional (a loss to Buffalo Bills in AFC Championship) and 1984 […]

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Steelers Vs. Lions The Blog Part II

October 6, 2014

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So I was talking, in part I, about how respectable the NFL franchise in Detroit was prior to the AFL/NFL merger in 1970 while the team in Pittsburgh had no earned mementoes for fans to hang on the bedroom wall. When that fateful 1970 season kicked off for the NFC, Detroit found itself still battling […]

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Championship Week Comes To A Close… Who Is Gonna Pack For NYC & SB XLVIII?

January 16, 2014

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So it took the Denver Broncos 365 days to get past a playoff opponent as the AFC’s number #1 seeded team. Ironically, the season prior they were #4 and made quick OT work of the Pittsburgh Steelers at Mile High with a guy at QB you loved or wished played TE… but I digress. It […]

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New Champion Crowned And Focus Turns Back To Overview Of Standings Since 1970

February 24, 2013

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Being a true football fan I have to say congrats to the Baltimore Ravens and their fans. If you read this blog at all you probably know I am not thrilled about teams that have shady dealings as far as treatment of people that used to be fans in former locations… I’ll end commentary on […]

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