Congrats to Isaac Bruce who was recently elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Bruce’s best season was in 1995 before the Greatest Show on Turf assembled. Check out this video about Isaac Bruce in 1995 – The Year of the Wide Receiver.
Check out this video about the imaginable season the Chicago Bears had in 2001. The ’01 Bears season started off with an L against the defending champs, the Baltimore Ravens. However, as the season progressed, Chicago’s NFL team was involved in some unusual games. This video goes in depth about the incredible 2001 Chicago Bears season.
Check out this video that goes in depth about why the 49ers didn’t draft Tom Brady and why it shouldn’t matter.
During Week 2 of the 1994 NFL season, the most well known San Francisco 49ers – Kansas City Chiefs match up took place. This was Joe Montana’s first and only game against his former team. The Chiefs won this game 24-17 at Arrowhead. Check out this recap with Chris Berman of ESPN.
Twenty years ago, the Tennessee Titans advanced to their first Super Bowl. Jeff Fisher was the head coach and has been labeled as mediocre. This video also explores how underappreciated Fisher was as a coach, while holding the team together during some challenging times in the 90s.
Torry Holt recently spoke about what his stats would look like in today’s NFL. Holt began his NFL career with the St. Louis Rams in 1999. During his 11-year NFL career, Holt recorded 920 receptions, 13,382 receiving yards and 74 touchdowns.
Check out this video showing ESPN PrimeTime. This video recapped Week 14 of the 1990 NFL season.
Sam Wyche passed away on January 2, 2020. Wyche learned under Bill Walsh, was known as an offensive innovator and quite a character. Furthermore, Wyche was the head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His best years were in Cincinnati, which included a Super Bowl XXIII appearance (the Bengals lost to Walsh’s 49ers 20-16).
Below is a video from WLWT Cincinnati, in regards to Wyche’s most famous quote, “Will the next person that sees anybody throw anything onto this field, point ’em out, and get ’em out of here. You don’t live in Cleveland, you live in Cincinnati!”
From NFL.com – Wyche coached the Bengals to their second Super Bowl appearance in franchise history in 1988, leading Cincinnati to a 12-4 mark before they were defeated by Bill Walsh’s San Francisco 49ers in heartbreaking fashion in Super Bowl XXIII. He compiled a 61-66 mark in eight seasons with the Bengals, which included two trips to the postseason where he went 3-2.
This was Bill Parcells’ first game as the New England Patriots head coach. This was also Drew Bledsoe’s debut. As for the Bills, after three straight Super Bowl appearances, the 1993 Bills would be headed to their 4th straight Super Bowl.