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One-in-a-million moments in sports history

One-in-a-million moments in sports history

Everyone watches sports hoping to see something unusual or unlikely, and more often than not, they get their wish. Sometimes, though, what happens on the field defies description, belief or, in some cases, the laws of physics. Let's sit back and take a look at some of the most truly astonishing, one-in-a-million plays in sports history.  Yadier Molina's sticky situation An early-season Cubs-Cardinals game in 2017 turned from routine to strange when Cardinals reliever Brett Cecil struck out Matt Szczur on an 0-2 pitch that bounced in the dirt. When Molina looked for the ball to complete the play with...

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Top 10 NFL Players of All-Time

Top 10 NFL Players of All-Time
Feel free to agree, disagree, argue or simply enjoy a trip through the years.
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Texans, Cowboys could have half-full stadiums, other teams might have no fans. How will that affect NFL games?

Texans, Cowboys could have half-full stadiums, other teams might have no fans. How will that affect NFL games?
One memory Mark Sanchez has from his NFL days is a Styx song.
Jun 18, 2020 0 comments

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Greatest nicknames in NFL history

Greatest nicknames in NFL history
Nicknames are one of the fun things about the NFL. Some players nickname themselves, while others are given one. Let's look at the all-time best ones.
Jun 12, 2020 0 comments

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When college all-stars faced off against reigning Super Bowl champs

When college all-stars faced off against reigning Super Bowl champs

 

In 1976, 22-year-old Jackie Slater out of Jackson State played in a game that was known as the College All-Star Football Classic, where he and other college all-stars faced off against Joe Greene and the reigning Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers. 

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