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The NFL History Channel (now WORLDHISTORY2012), originally entitled the Exhaustive Expository Concordance of the NFL, was located at nflhistory.com from 1997-2000 and at nflhistory.org from 2004-2009. The NFL History Channel was created through the research of one individual into the chronological history of the National Football League. The following pages contain scores to every Superbowl, Championship, and playoff game. The Professional Football Hall of Fame members are listed along with a profile review. The nostalgia section relives some of the NFL's Greatest Moments. There are references to several excellent football books; including the Official Encyclopedia of the NFL, TOTAL FOOTBALL. NOTE: Certain sections have not yet been converted.
|1/3/93 * THE COMEBACK - Houston Oilers 38 at Buffalo Bills 41|
THE GREATEST COMEBACK IN NFLHISTORY * 1992 AFC Wild Card Game
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|PHOTOS by Jay Hanks|
|SUPERBOWL VI - Dallas 24 Miami 3 New Orleans 1/16/72|
|NFL HISTORY ARTIFACTS|
|1972 Miami Dolphins||17-0 Perfect Season|
|Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving||28-15-1|
|Cowboys/Redskins Rivalry 1997-2012||World's Greatest Rivalries|
|Dallas Cowboy Complete Playoff History||33-25|
2012 NFL REGULAR SEASON STANDINGS
|The NFL History Channel: TOTAL FOOTBALL II|
TOTAL FOOTBALL is the Official Encyclopedia of the National Football League,
edited by Bob Carroll, Michael Gershman, David Neft, John Thorn, and the
Elias Sports Bureau.
The book TOTAL FOOTBALL includes the following sections: The History of Pro Football, Men Who Made the Game, Awards and Honors, Strategy, The Game Off the Field, Other Leagues, Player Register, Rosters and Statistical Leaders, Chronicle of Rules, Game Scores, and Stadiums.
The Professional Football Researchers Association (PFRA) members provided much of the historical data contained in the book. Bob Carroll founded the organization in 1979. Their members are being given official recognition by the NFL.
Extensive NFL stats located at Pro Football Reference. Also contains a very useful Player Register.
|47 SUPERBOWL XLVII||Baltimore Ravens||34||San Francisco 49ers||31|
|Championship Game||Baltimore over NEW ENGLAND||28-13||San Francisco over ATLANTA||28-24|
|Divisional Playoff||NEW ENGLAND over Houston||41-28||ATLANTA over Seattle||30-28|
|Divisional Playoff||Baltimore over DENVER||38-35 *||SAN FRANCISCO over Green Bay||45-31|
|Wild Card Game||BALTIMORE over Indianapolis||24-9||Seattle over WASHINGTON||24-14|
|Wild Card Game||HOUSTON over Cincinnati||19-13||GREEN BAY over Minnesota||24-10|
The Philadlephia Eagles appeared in 3 consecutive NFL Championship games from 1947-49. In 1947, the Chicago Cardinals defeated the Eagles, 28-21 at Comiskey Park in Chicago.
The 1948 Championship game was a rematch of the previous year (1947) which pitted the Chicago Cardinals against the Philadlephia Eagles. A heavy snow blanketed the field at Shibe Park, which made for near impossible playing conditions. Neither team could pass effectively, and the Chicago Cardinals, playing without injured quarterback Paul Christman, threw for only 35 yards, while the Eagles Tommy Thompson was held to only seven. The game was scoreless until the 4th quarter. Steve Van Buren, who powered for 98 yards in the contest, scored the winning touchdown in the final period, after the Cardinals fumbled on their own side of the field. The Eagles won, 7-0. It was the Eagles first successful NFL Championship title victory.
In 1949, weather conditions again played a key role in the game. Philadlephia went west to play the high powered offense of the Los Angeles Rams. Despite a muddy field caused by 3-inches of rain, Steve Van Buren set playoff records with 31 carries for 196 yards rushing. The first touchdown of the game came in the second quarter as a result of the Eagles only effective passing in the game. Tommy Thompson threw for 68 yards and completed 3 passes on the drive for 58 yards. The last, a 31-yard strike to Pete Pihos. The final touchdown was scored on a blocked punt return, and the Eagles won the game, 14-0.
|NFL Most Valuable Player|
|2011||Aaron Rodgers||Green Bay Packers||QB||AP|
|2010||Tom Brady||New England Patriots||QB||AP|
|2009||Peyton Manning||Indianapolis Colts||QB||AP|
|2008||Peyton Manning||Indianapolis Colts||QB||AP|
|2007||Tom Brady||New England Patriots||QB||AP|
|2006||LaDainian Tomlinson||San Diego Chargers||RB||AP|
|2005||Shawn Alexander||Seattle Seahawks||RB||AP|
|2004||Peyton Manning||Indianapolis Colts||QB||AP|
|2003||Peyton Manning||Indianapolis Colts||QB||AP (tie)|
|Steve McNair||Tennessee Titans||QB||AP (tie)|
|2002||Rich Gannon||Oakland Raiders||QB||AP|
|2001||Kurt Warner||St Louis Rams||QB||AP|
|2000||Marshall Faulk||St Louis Rams||RB||AP|
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