Russ Hochstein

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The Kansas City Chiefs signed Hochstein on September 25, 2012. Arizona Cardinals bio. Denver Broncos bio. New England Patriots bio. Pro-Football-Reference.Com.

Thursday Night Football

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The duo was joined by Erin Andrews, who normally works with Buck and Aikman on Sundays, and Kristina Pink, who normally works with the #3 team for Fox, which consists of Kenny Albert, son of former NFL commentator Marv Albert, and Super Bowl Champion Ronde Barber, and Mike Pereira, who is one of two rule analysts for Fox. In previous seasons prior to Fox's TNF contract, Buck did not call any NFL games during late October, working Major League Baseball playoff games instead.

America's Game: The Super Bowl Champions

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Recurring interviewers would become more commonplace when the show resumed on an annual format: Eli Manning and Tom Coughlin (2007 and 2011 New York Giants), Ray Lewis (2000 and 2012 Baltimore Ravens), Peyton Manning (2006 Indianapolis Colts and 2015 Denver Broncos), Julian Edelman (2014, 2016 and 2018 New England Patriots), LeGarrette Blount (2016 New England Patriots and 2017 Philadelphia Eagles), Rob Gronkowski and Devin McCourty (2014 and 2018 New England Patriots). Ernie Accorsi and Rich Dalrymple are the only non-players or coaches to be interviewed for the series—both were team administrators.

Kansas City Committee of 101 awards

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— Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos 2014— Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown, co-winners, Pittsburgh Steelers 2015— Tom Brady, New England Patriots 2016— Tom Brady, New England Patriots 2017— Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers 2018— Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs NFC Defensive Player of the Year 1969— Carl Eller, Minnesota Vikings 1970— Alan Page, Minnesota Vikings 1971— Alan Page, Minnesota Vikings 1972— Chris Hanburger, Washington Redskins 1973— Lee Roy Jordan, Dallas Cowboys 1974— Alan Page, Minnesota Vikings 1975— Jack Youngblood, Los Angeles Rams 1976— Jack Youngblood, Los Angeles Rams 1977— Harvey Martin, Dallas Cowboys 1978— Randy White, Dallas Cowboys 1979— Lee Roy Selmon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

List of AFC champions

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At the end of the 1966 season, the Super Bowl began to be played between the AFL champion and the NFL champion. After the AFL/NFL merger in 1970, the Super Bowl continued to be played between the AFC champion and the NFC champion. The AFL champion lost the first two Super Bowls. The 1968 AFL champion New York Jets with Joe Namath at quarterback became the first AFL team to win the Super Bowl. Starting with that Super Bowl, the AFL or AFC champion won 11 out of 13 Super Bowls. However, the AFC champion lost 13 consecutive Super Bowls, from the 1984 AFC champion Miami Dolphins through the 1996 AFC champion New England Patriots.

December 2006 in sports

Baltimore Ravens 20, Kansas City Chiefs 10. Trent Green throws two costly interceptions to Ed Reed that sink the Chiefs. Miami Dolphins 21, New England Patriots 0. The Dolphins surprise Tom Brady, holding him to 78 passing yards. Atlanta Falcons 17, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6. Demorrio Williams' 54-yard return of a Bucs fumble and Justin Griffith's 21-yard run for touchdowns provided the cushion needed for the Falcons. Philadelphia Eagles 21, Washington Redskins 19. Jeff Garcia throws two touchdowns, then the Eagles manage to hold off the surging Redskins, burning time successfully on their final drive. New York Giants 27, Carolina Panthers 13. Eli Manning throws for three touchdowns.

2007 Pro Bowl

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Tom Brady was first alternate, but he declined. 11 selections:. San Diego Chargers. 8 selections:. Chicago Bears. 7 selections:. Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Ravens. 5 selections:. Indianapolis Colts. 4 selections:. Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers, Seattle Seahawks. 3 selections:. San Francisco 49ers, Carolina Panthers, Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos, New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams, New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 2 selections:. Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills, Green Bay Packers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Washington Redskins. 1 selection:.

November 2006 in sports

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New England Patriots 35, Green Bay Packers 0. Brett Favre injured his right elbow in this game, and his status (272 straight starts) is in jeopardy for next week's game. Favre's backup, Aaron Rogers, was lost for the season with a foot injury. Fellow Super Bowl winning quarterback Tom Brady, tossed four touchdowns in the rout. Kansas City Chiefs 17, Oakland Raiders 13. Trent Green fared better in his return as the Chiefs' starting quarterback than his Raiders' counterpart, Aaron Brooks, as Larry Johnson's one-yard touchdown was the difference. Pittsburgh Steelers 24, Cleveland Browns 20. Ben Roethlisberger's four-yard shovel pass to Willie Parker with 32 seconds left was the difference.

List of Pro Bowl players, L-M

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The following is a list of players, both past and current, who have been selected to play in the NFL's annual Pro Bowl game, beginning with the 1950 season.

Darrelle Revis

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He also played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots. With the Patriots, he won Super Bowl XLIX over the Seattle Seahawks. His spot on the field was nicknamed "Revis Island," a phrase Revis trademarked, for his ability to shut down the opposing number one receiver. Revis is considered as one of the best cornerbacks to ever play in the NFL. Revis attended Aliquippa High School in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. His high school accolades included Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 2003 Player of the Year, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2003 WPIAL Class AA Player of the Year, and 2003 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “Fabulous 22”.

List of NFL nicknames

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Tom Brady rule: A clarification to the Carson Palmer rule; prohibits a defender on the ground from lunging or diving at a quarterback's legs unless that defender has been blocked or fouled into the signal-caller. Enacted in 2009 in response to a play by Kansas City Chiefs safety Bernard Pollard, who on the ground sacked Brady and injured the Patriots quarterback's MCL and ACL, sidelining him for the rest of the 2008 season. Tom Dempsey rule: Any shoe that is worn by a player with an artificial limb on his kicking leg must have a kicking surface that conforms to that of a normal kicking shoe. Enacted in 1977.

History of Kansas City Chiefs quarterbacks

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31 quarterbacks have started for the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs since their franchise began. The team has also had numerous backup quarterbacks that have stolen the spotlight from the starters. Under Len Dawson, the Texans/Chiefs won three American Football League championships and appeared in two Super Bowl championship games. Dawson was named Most Valuable Player following the Chiefs' victory in Super Bowl IV. Dawson played a total of 13 seasons with Kansas City and retired with many franchise records.

NFL on television in the 2010s

They will be joined by Melissa Stark, who is making her first appearance as a sideline reporter since ABC’s coverage of Super Bowl XXXVII, and Peter Schrager, from Fox Sports, and NFL Network’s Good Morning Football. Tony Romo and Jim Nantz received further acclaim for their broadcasting of the 2019 AFC Championship Game between the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots, as "Nantz continually set Romo up to make his predictions and analysis prior to the snap", and some suggested that Chiefs head coach "Andy Reid could have used Romo on his defensive staff, because the former quarterback knew just about every play the Patriots were going to run down the stretch".

History of the Miami Dolphins

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The Dolphins were a successful team during the early 1970s, becoming the first team to advance to the Super Bowl for three consecutive seasons. They captured the AFC championship in 1971 behind quarterback Bob Griese and wide receiver Paul Warfield. The AFC Divisional Playoff Game, in which the Dolphins defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 27–24, was the longest contest in NFL history (82 minutes 40 seconds). The Dolphins then shut out the Colts 21–0 in the AFC Championship game at the Orange Bowl. In Super Bowl VI, however, Miami lost to the Dallas Cowboys 24–3.

List of National Football League records (individual)

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Most consecutive road wins, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 19, Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers, 1988–1990; Kansas City Chiefs, 1993. Most consecutive road wins, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 18, Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers, 1988–1990, Kansas City Chiefs, 1993. Most road wins in a season, regular season, by a starting quarterback: 8, Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers, 1990; Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams, 2001; Tom Brady, New England Patriots, 2007; Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys, 2014. Most consecutive road wins in a season, regular season and post-season, by a starting quarterback: 10, Eli Manning, New York Giants, 2007.

History of the Buffalo Bills

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The play resulted in a touchback, not a touchdown, thus stopping Dallas from breaking the record for most points scored by a team in a Super Bowl (55), which was set three years earlier and is still held today by the San Francisco 49ers. The Bills won the AFC East championship in 1993 with a 12–4 record, and again won playoff games against the Los Angeles Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs, setting up a rematch with the Cowboys in Super Bowl XXVIII on January 30, 1994. The Bills became the only team ever to play in four straight Super Bowls, and in this game became the first team to face the same team in 2 straight Super Bowls, and looked ready to finally win one when they led at halftime.

2006 Miami Dolphins season

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In the second quarter, Miami continued to trail, as Gostkowski kicked a 31-yard field goal, while Pats QB Tom Brady completed a 10-yard TD pass to WR Troy Brown. The Dolphins got back in the game before halftime, as RB Ronnie Brown got a 2-yard TD run and kicker Olindo Mare got a 40-yard field goal to help the Dolphins trail by three at halftime. In the third quarter, the defense ruled as both teams failed to get a single point. In the fourth quarter, New England scored another touchdown, as Brady completed a 1-yard strike to FB Heath Evans.

Ted Monachino

After defeating Andrew Luck's Colts, Peyton Manning's Broncos, and Tom Brady's Patriots, the Ravens would go on to defeat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII 34-31, winning their second Super Bowl in franchise history. During the regular season, they would defeat two playoff teams, the AFC East Champion New England Patriots, and the Cincinnati Bengals. After winning the Super Bowl, the Ravens went 8-8 in 2013 and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2007. Under his coaching Terrell Suggs made the Pro Bowl. In 2014, the Ravens went 10-6, and made the AFC Wild Card.

List of highest scoring NFL games

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The second highest-scoring Super Bowl was Super Bowl LII on February 4, 2018, in which the NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles defeated the AFC champion and defending champion New England Patriots 41-33 for a combined 74 points. It is worth noting that there were multiple missed PAT attempts, including one missed kick from both teams and 2 unsuccessful 2-point conversion attempts from the Eagles, and a field goal attempt from the Patriots near the beginning of the second quarter that hit the upright.

History of the Baltimore Ravens

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The win vaulted the Ravens to play for the AFC Conference Championship against the New England Patriots on Sunday, January 20, 2013; the Ravens won 28–13 after shutting out Tom Brady and the New England offense in the second half, completely dismantling any offensive attempt(s) thereafter. The win placed the Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII against the San Francisco 49ers on February 3, 2013. The Ravens opened the game in thrilling fashion as their opening drive of the game ended with a touchdown pass from eventual Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco to wide receiver Anquan Boldin. Flacco threw two second-quarter touchdown passes as Baltimore took a 21–6 lead into halftime.

Mike Kafka

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On February 7, 2017, Kafka was hired as the Kansas City Chiefs' offensive quality control coach, reuniting him with Andy Reid. Kafka was promoted to quarterbacks coach on January 26, 2018. In 2018, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes earned his first Pro Bowl selection and was named NFL Most Valuable Player after the season. The Chiefs went to the AFC Championship Game but lost to the New England Patriots. Kafka majored in communication studies at Northwestern University. Mike's brother, Jason, is a pitcher for the independent Windy City ThunderBolts and attended St. Rita of Cascia High School. Both Kafkas were recruited by Ken Margerum, who is now an assistant at San Jose State.

List of starting black NFL quarterbacks

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On January 31, 1988, he became the first black quarterback to start in the Super Bowl, and a few hours later, the first to win it, ironically wearing the Super Bowl ring of the last team in the league to integrate black players. Williams threw for 340 yards and four touchdowns–Super Bowl records at the time–and was named Super Bowl MVP. He was benched the next season and retired shortly thereafter. In 2000, Doug Williams, Warren Moon, Marlin Briscoe and James Harris formed the Field Generals, "a fraternity for black quarterbacks". Cam Newton, the most recent black quarterback to start in the Super Bowl, attended the Field Generals' training camp as a youth.

Dexter McCleon

McCleon is the only player in ACC Football history to be named ACC Player of the Week on Offense, Defense, and Special Teams all in the same season McCleon played with the Rams for six seasons, helping them reach Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000 in which McCleon had seven tackles vs the Tennessee Titans. McCleon also started at cornerback for the Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI vs the New England Patriots. McCleon is famously seen on camera during Super Bowl XXXVI saying to his Rams' teammate, Dre Bly, while both were sitting on the bench: "Tom Brady…overrated." referring to Patriots now legendary, but then very new quarterback. In 2001, McCleon led the NFL with 7 interceptions.

Donovan McNabb

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McNabb became only the third African-American quarterback to start in a Super Bowl after Doug Williams in the 1987 season and Steve McNair in 1999. McNabb led his team against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX. McNabb struggled at times, throwing three crucial interceptions. Two of these were thrown in New England territory, and one of those two was inside the 20-yard line. The final interception was during a last-gasp Hail Mary at the end of the game. He was also sacked four times. Controversy surrounded the end of the game, as center Hank Fraley claimed that McNabb was seriously ill. Wide receiver Freddie Mitchell claimed that he had to call a few plays due to McNabb's illness.