Sports Illustrated: The Football Book by Rob FlederThis book is a football book. Its like the football bible. There are so many interesting short stories on certain players at certain moments in football history.This book runs from the beginning of football in the 1920s to the present day in 2012.This It talks about many football legends such as, Emmitt Smith,Jerry Rice,John Elway,Joe Montana, and many others.This book is fast-paced with all the action and the stunning moments. Not only are the stories amazing, the pictures as well. The pictures features both funny plays and heart-stopping plays like QB Mark Brunell doing a frontflip over two defenders for a touchdown. I like how every story is written by a different writer because I like all the different styles and perspectives of all these writers.This book makes me want to be a professional football player even more. I totally recommend reading this if you find Football interesting.
State Your Case: Jim Marshall
Ask any Vikings ' fan who their favorite Vikings' player of all time is and more than likely, they'll choose any player from the most dominating defensive lines the NFL has ever seen: Jim Marshall, Carl Eller, Alan Page, and probably less likely, Gary Larsen. They are the only defensive line to have all four starters go to the Pro Bowl in the same year! That year happened to be What made them so dominant? The fact that over their careers, the Vikings credit them with over Those two being Carl Eller who was inducted in and Alan Page in
Posted on 31 October by Tom Ferda. Vikings defensive tackle Jim Marshall owned the line of scrimmage throughout his career, recording sacks and an NFL record 29 fumble recoveries. One of those fumbles would put him on NFL video blooper reels forever:. As he galloped down the sideline, his teammates were jumping up and down waving their arms in what he thought was celebration. After making his way into the end zone, the out-of-breath, exhausted player heaved the ball out of bounds in celebration then soon realized he would forever make it onto every NFL blooper reel in existence.
Up against the San Francisco 49ers, Minnesota Viking defensive end Jim Marshall picked up a fumble and runs yards. What Marshall thought was a touchdown, ended up being a safety. Fortunately, the Vikings still won It is THE epic fail in modern baseball. But Bill Buckner has been unfairly blamed for this collapse, as there are other more worthy goats. Yes Buckner deserves some blame for Game 6, but he came back and had a solid Game 7, more than some players can say. Related Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here
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Photos courtesy of the Minnesota Vikings. By Clark Judge. Talk of Fame Network. And while it may not have sabotaged his chances to reach Canton; it almost certainly damaged them. Because the guy deserves to be considered for something more … something like the Pro Football Hall of Fame.