Tag Archive: NFL HOF

Aug 21

Does Jerry Jones Belong in the NFL HOF?


The name Jerry Jones itself sometimes sparks controversy. Even amongst Cowboys fans themselves. There are two sides. One side believes a group of Hall voters have joined with league management in putting money front and center. Jones knows how to make it, no question, but he runs a team that has not even played for …

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Aug 05

Rant Sports: 2013 NFL Hall of Fame Game Reaction: Boring, Annoying as Ever

After an agonizing six-month wait, football finally returned on Sunday night! Well, sort of… The handful of starters who played in the NFL‘s annual Hall of Fame game were rusty and that’s putting it lightly. Ryan Tannehill and Lamar Miller were the only big names to take the field for the Miami Dolphins and they …

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Jan 30

Marshall Faulk Does SJ


Marshall Faulk has agreed to take questions from youJabberheads, only catch is he won’t be able
to answer them till after the Superbowl. Odds are that’ll be about the time we get them to him. What a great way to kick off Superbowl Week at SJ. Get your questions in, hoping to get great participation[...]

Sep 30

Four Trojans nominated for 2012 Pro Football Hall


The Pro Football Hall of Fame houses more representatives from Southern California than any other school. A record eleven Trojans are enshrined in the palace of football past, and with the preliminary list of 2012 nominees announced today, there is potential for that number to swell.

2012 Hall of Fame Nominees

WR, Keyshawn Johnson [...]

Aug 07

SJ’s HOF Canton Presentation: Marshall Faulk


It is not often that a single player can change the game of football, but that’s exactly what Marshall Faulk accomplished with his career.

It all started in the projects of New Orleans, where Marshall was born on February 28, 1973. Faulk grew up in a poor neighborhood and was surrounded by an abundance of violence and bad influences. [...]

Aug 06

SJ’s HOF Canton Presentation: Deion Sanders


Deion “Primetime” Sanders Reaches the Grandest of Stages.

Chosen fifth overall in the 1989 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons after a superstar career at Florida State, Sanders excelled as a cover and return man while also playing major league ball with the Atlanta Braves.

Eventually Deion would establish himself as the best cover corner of his generation [...]