The passing of former NFL great Ken Stabler really got us thinking about quarterbacks of his era. The fact that Stabler exited this life without hearing his name enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame really got us thinking. Who were the best quarterbacks of the 1970’s? Where does The Snake fall in when discussing this topic? Spending the days following Stabler’s death...
Two weeks ago when James Best, the actor who played “Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane” on the television series “The Dukes of Hazzard,” passed away at the age of 88, The Steelers Depot tweeted the news to their followers. RIP Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane — Steelers Depot (@Steelersdepot) April 7, 2015 It was a legitimate tweet. […] Passing Of James Best Brings Back Memories Of...
There are some extremely uncomfortable commercials on TV. You know the ones. They usually involve smoking, a horrifying disease, a mistake during an operation or using the word “mesh” way too often. When Terry Bradshaw comes on in a commercial, you assume it’s going to be football related. You’d be halfway right, but here Bradshaw wants to talk to you about Shingles. There’s...
Terry Bradshaw, winner of four championships with the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970s, can always flash his Super Bowl rings if someone asks if he is a better quarterback than Peyton Manning. We all know Manning is a better passer and is far more talented, but hardware talks. Bradshaw recently felt the need to remind […]
Fox analyst Terry Bradshaw will not appear on the network's Super Bowl coverage after the death of his father. Bill Bradshaw died Thursday after a long illness, Fox said Sunday. He was 86. Terry Bradshaw was with his family in Louisiana. Michael Strahan will replace Bradshaw on Sunday's pregame show. A U.S. Navy veteran, Bill Bradshaw retired as vice president of manufacturing...
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February 02, 2014 | Discuss
I don't know how we missed this during the NFC Championship Game two weeks ago, but it's too mind-bending not to share. Around a commercial break, Fox showed video of Terry Bradshaw catching a football thrown to him from the crowd one-handed. Just watch the thing in slow motion, it looks like some kind of David Blaine trick. H/T Next Impulse Sports
Four-time Super Bowl champion Terry Bradshaw, the face of the Steelers dynasty of the 1970s, isn’t done making highlight reel plays quite yet. During the pre-game of the NFC Championship Game, the wily old quarterback-turned-analyst reached up and made a sick one-handed grab. The best highlight from the instant classic between the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks actually...
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