Tag: Super Bowl history

This Might Surprise You: What Was the World Like Last Time Your Team Won a Title? Part 2

ProductReviewed byThe Game Before the Moneyon October 27, 2014RatingSummaryThis is part 2 in a series. Knowing how much I love history, my wife bought me a birthday card listing facts about the year I was born. I started wondering what was happening the last time certain teams won a championship. Let’s find out, and I hope […]

THIS MIGHT SURPRISE YOU: WHAT WAS THE WORLD LIKE LAST TIME YOUR TEAM WON A TITLE?

ProductReviewed byThe Game Before the Moneyon October 16, 2014RatingSummaryThis is the first in a four-part series. Knowing how much I love history, my wife bought me a birthday card listing facts about the year I was born. I started wondering what was happening the last time teams won a championship. Let’s find out, and I hope […]

QB Reality – Why Most Teams Stand No Chance

ProductReviewed byThe Game Before the Moneyon August 5, 2014RatingSummaryUPDATED: Super Bowl 48 was a bit of an anomaly. Maybe. We’ll see if Russell Wilson wins another Super Bowl, which he’s already in position to do. Stark reality looms for teams without a quarterback sporting a championship ring: Out of nearly 50 Super Bowls, only 31 quarterbacks […]

Chuck Noll, Rocky Bleier and Retirement

ProductReviewed byThe Game Before the Moneyon June 17, 2014RatingSummaryIn my opinion, Chuck Noll is one of the five greatest coaches in pro football history. My other four are Vince Lombardi, Bill Walsh, Paul Brown, and Tom Landry. Everybody else is second tier in comparison, although I might accept arguments on behalf of Sid Gillman. Noll likely learned […]

This Might Surprise You: Joe Theismann

ProductReviewed byThe Game Before the Moneyon May 30, 2014RatingSummaryMemories of Joe Theismann, with his thick eye black and bright single-bar facemask, are often synonymous with the Washington Redskins. But what if he hadn’t worn number 7 for the red and gold? That almost was the case as Theismann, a collegiate star for Notre Dame, was actually […]