Drew Brees successful due to Philip Rivers’ holdout? Plus the 2004, 2005 and 2006 San Diego Chargers

During his first 3 years in San Diego, Drew Brees was subpar. Thus, when the 2004 NFL Draft came, the Chargers were in the market to draft a quarterback. The Chargers selected Eli Manning while the New York Giants selected Philip Rivers. Conversely, it would be Rivers who would go to the west coast and Manning would go to the Big Apple. Seemingly, the Drew Brees era in San Diego about to come to an end. However, Brees wound up turning his career around. Check out this video that explains what happened.

One year ago, Joe Burrow joined a legendary group of No.9s in Louisiana football history – Credit: ESPN

On January 14, 2020, quarterback Joe Burrow helped lead the LSU Tigers to a college football national championship. Then in 2009, quarterback Drew Brees helped lead the New Orleans Saints to a Super Bowl victory. Then in the late ’90s, linebacker Bobby Boucher helped lead the South Central Louisiana State Mud Dogs in their victory over the Louisiana Cougars in the Bourbon Bowl. Prior to Boucher really solidifying his spot on the Mud Dogs defense, South Central Louisiana State had lost 41 straight games.

Credit; ESPN

James Harden Traded From Houston; Thus Remembering Scottie Pippen Traded From Houston

Recently, the Houston Rockets traded James Harden. On October 2, 1999, the Houston Rockets also traded a disgruntled high profile player in Scottie Pippen. This video documents the situation involving Pippen and his trade to Portland. This video is from ESPN 2.

The Nebraska Cornhuskers in the 90s – Tom Osborne, Tommie Frazier and more

During the 90s, the Nebraska Cornhuskers dominated. Prior to this decade and early on in the 1990s, it seemed Nebraska would not be the powerhouse it would turn out to be; after multiple losses to Miami and Florida State in prominent bowl games. But with a change in recruiting tactics by Tom Osborne and a commitment from Tommie Frazier, the Nebraska Cornhuskers became the team of the ’90s in college football. Check out this video to get more information about this this program.

Dan Marino’s 4th and 10 throw to Oronde Gadsden in 1998 against the wind

During a Monday Night Football game on November 23, 1998, Dan Marino threw this perfect rocket to Oronde Gadsden. This 4th and 10 play took place during the 1st quarter. The New England Patriots wound up defeating the Miami Dolphins this game 26-23. The 1998 Miami Dolphins went 10-6. They lost to defending Super Bowl Champs, the Denver Broncos, in the Divisional Round (38-3).

Part 2: The Carolina Panthers in the 90s, early 2000s: Follow up video (Beuerlein, Seifert & more)

This is a follow up video to the Carolina Panthers in 90s and early 2000s video. This video talks more about Carolina’s zone blitz and the 1999 Carolina Panthers. This video is also more of a vlog style video. So enjoy, Part 2, of the Carolina Panthers in the 90s and early 2000s.

Check out the ESPN Plays of the Week; May 28, 1995

Vintage Lil’ Penny Commercial with Anfernee Hardaway and Nick Anderson

A highlight reel of every Kevin Greene touchdown

Kevin Greene sadly passed away recently. He is currently 3rd all-time in sacks. Greene played for the Los Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers, Carolina Panthers and the San Francisco 49ers. This video shows every Kevin Greene touchdown.

An Eric Swann segment from ESPN