Andrew Jackson Lummus Jr. was one of only two NFL players to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor. Known as Jack, he was a talented, young end for the New York Giants. He was more than just a great end, though. He was a military 1st Lieutenant and a hero for our country. He left being an end with an inspiring future to help our country win one of the most savage battles in U.S. history, Iwo Jima.
He holds the record of most touchdowns in the Super Bowl (13), most passes completed in the Super Bowl (164), and most yards gained in a Super Bowl (1,605 yds). That was just his records for the Super Bowl he has other records like Longest pass completion: 99 yards (tied with 12 other QB 's), Most Passing Touchdowns in one quarter (5), Most wins in a season, regular season, by a starting quarterback (16), and other great records. People call Tom Brady a cheater, but how? Deflating a ball (which he did not do) wouldn 't help him that much. Plus scientist said it was a good chance that the weather had a great effect on the air in the ball.
One of the longest debates in the NFL: Peyton Manning or Tom Brady? Two of the most prestigious quarterbacks to ever step foot on the gridiron. Although Peyton Manning holds most of the regular season career records, winning championships are the ideal outcome of any giving season. Although the two seam neck and neck when it comes to over-all regular season winning record, winning in the postseason is what Tom Brady does best. Peyton Manning drafted number one overall in the 1998 draft seemed to be destined for greatness.
He has broken four NFL rookie records, and has also broken 44 NFL player records. Cam Newton has had an amazing football career, but he has had to face multiple problems throughout his life. His perseverance to solve those problems and become an amazing football player is why many people not only think of him as a great player, but also a great person. Cameron Jerrell Newton was born on May 11th, 1989, in Atlanta, Georgia. He attended Westlake High School in Atlanta, Georgia.
Koch designed this article in this particular way to gain sympathy for the struggle football players go through to play the game so many rave about. 2) Washington relies heavily on Logos (facts, evidence) to help make his argument. What facts does he use to support his argument? Washington uses the fact that there has been 39 rule changes to the NFL over the past few years in order to protect players. Not only that but he includes the fact that Ken Stabler and Earl Morrall, former NFL players, both suffered from C.T.E.
The legendary Franco Harris was born on this day, March 7 but in 1950. A native of Fort Dix, New Jersey, Franco is an honorable Super Bowl champion of 1980 and was seen by millions on NFL Monday Night Football during the 70s and the NFL on NBC in 1965. Franco went to Rancocas Valley Regional High School (Mount Holly, NJ) where he displayed professional football potential. He would graduate and go on to Penn State University and play with the Nittany Lions. He was selected as an ambitious running back and was able to master his ability and skills there.
Tom Brady is arguably the best football quarterback of all time. One reason he is called the GOAT. He is also to be proven that he is the best quarterback ever because he is tied for the most wins for a Qb and he is tied with the great Joe Montana. Who was one of the best quarterback of all time. He is also to be considered the best quarterback of all time because if look from what round and number pick he was to who went before him and he had to fight for a position the entire time he took nothing lightly.
For example when the Steelers first made the playoffs Rooney wanted to do something special for it, he changed the gold helmets to solid black the helmets we see today (steelers history.com) Very sadly the Steelers got rid of the bumblebee uniforms the Steelers are considering using the 1966-67 uniforms has the throwbacks (steelers.com). Honestly the jerseys were ugly but they helped us win a lot of games.Also with the the black and gold uniforms has backstory behind it. The Steelers and Eagles merged to make the Steagles and has a result with the black and gold uniforms we have today (steelers history). This was intresting fact because not a lot of Steelers fans that grew up in the 21st centrey do not know this. A lot of great ideas for TEam names and logos even uniforms were in the 1960s and still kept to this day, like with helmets, name ,logo and
He signed in 1915 and in 1920, helped organize The American Professional Football Association, which would evolve into today 's National Football League, or NFL. He would eventually become the president of the group, making him the first president of the NFL. In 1950 two awards were bestowed on Thorpe. He was named “Greatest American Football Player” and “Greatest Male Overall Athlete”. Thorpe died March 28, 1953 of a heart attack, leaving 8 children and his wife.
Tom led the New England Patriots to a 16-0 regular season record the first 16-0 recored in NFL history. They lost the Suberbowl to the New York Giants.In 2008 the first game of the season tom went down with a knee injury and miss the whole season.He led the League in TD 36 touchdowns in one season in 2010,he also became the first player to capture the award unanimously.2011 Brady throw for 5,235 yards,and became one of two quaterbacks to pass dan marino single season passing yardage.He lead the Patriots to yet another Suberbowl lost to the New York