Why 1980? Why exclude some of the all time greats like Johnny Unitas, Otto Graham, Bart Starr, Roger Staubach, Terry Bradshaw and many others worthy of a list such as this. Well simply put, I'm 33 years old and can only base my opinion on the quarterbacks I've seen play at significant length. And if you do the math, I was born in 1980 so there's another logical...
Playoff losing streaks by NFL quarterbacks since 1950, according to STATS:
Consecutive seasons ended with an opening-round playoff loss:
4, Warren Moon, 1991-94
3, Otto Graham, 1951-53
3, Y.A. Tittle, 1961-63
3, Bert Jones, 1975-77
3, Joe Montana, 1985-87
3, Randall Cunningham, 1988-90
3, Andy Dalton, 2011-13
Longest playoff losing streaks overall by a quarterback since...
Via AP on Fox
January 07, 2014
Two of the greatest quarterbacks in professional football history died on the same date, December 17th. We pay tribute to both.
Editor’s note: As part of NFL’s Greatest Quarterback, fans will decide the best QB in each team’s history.
Otto Graham: Graham is considered one of the best winners and best quarterbacks in NFL history after winning seven championships during his 10 years playing pro football. He started with the Browns in the AAFL — early competition to the NFL, that ceased after the 1949...
The Cleveland Browns are one the most storied franchises in NFL history. From the early years of Otto Graham, to later with Jim Brown, up until the move to Baltimore in 1995, the Browns reached the playoffs 27 times.Since their return to the league in 1999, there has been a different story around Cleveland.The Browns' record since 1999 has been terrible, finishing with a winning...
I'll take Otto Graham please.
For this week’s installment of Fantasy Football Friday, we get to dig into one of the staples of this fine site: dudes being OVERRATED. But first, how about we address the topic of women playing fantasy football? Now, I’m an old-fashioned sort when it comes to this fine sport. I don’t like mixing vaginas in with the all powerful football...
10 Browns wins in 10 days: Suffering Browns fans deserve a holiday treat so we present 10 Browns wins in 10 days. Part 8 of the series recounts the 1946 championship game as the Browns finish their first season as champions of the All-America Football Conference.
No...not a tank with tracks. Nor a water tank. Kravitz says that Polian and the front office have stuck with Painter simply because they don't care about winning:
Now, after a month's worth of horrible football, they're treating Painter like the next coming of Otto Graham.
There's only one reasonable explanation:
OK...I don't love...