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    Favorite Nfl moment

    Just curious to see what everyone's favorite nfl moment in history is.


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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    Dangerous topic for a Patriots fan to be raising, but...


    The answer is easy - "The Tackle"

    Some honorable mentions:

    Isaac Bruce's Super Bowl TD
    Ricky Proehl's catch against Bucs in NFC Championship Game
    Torry Holt and Az Hakim "racing" down sideling vs. Denver in 2001
    Rams Crushing ***** early in season in 1999
    Eric Dickerson breaking O.J. Simpson's record
    Billy Waddy catching game winner against Cowboys in 1979 playoffs.
    Jack Youngblood sacking Roger Staubach despite broken fibula.

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    The Tackle is the probably the most favorite moment....but here's a few others.....not in any particular order:

    1. Rams moving to STL
    2. Being there live when Gary Anderson of the Chargers did a leaping flip over 2 Dolphin defenders to get into the end zone.
    3. Getting Jackie Slater's autograph. That one is a real coup.

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    "the Tackle" No Question About It.

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    Thats cool, I might be a pats fan but I am a student of nfl history and I am able to keep an open mind after all. I can agree to disagree.

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    That's cool. :up:

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    one of nfl history is the field goal kick in the afc snow ball game.

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    The reason I chose my avatar.....The Tackle.
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    thats cool I'd love to add a signature to my post but, I like to stay neutral on things.

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    Re: Favorite NFL moment

    Masspatsfan12, you're good people; I appreciate you're visiting ClanRam. hone:

    ONE of my favorite NFL moments:

    December 9, 1967 / L.A. Coliseum -- The Roman General throws a 5 yard TD to Bernie Casey very late in the 4th qtr. to defeat the Packers 27-24 in a must game. Crowd went bonkers.

    That play came as a result of another ONE of my favorite NFL moments: Rams LB Tony Guillory cuts through the Packer's punt formation deep in their territory to dramatically block Donny Anderson's kick which was recovered by the Rams on the GB five yd. line.

    It was one of the Rams best ever seasons, losing only one game (they won their last eight in a row). That explains why the Coliseum was packed with approx. 80,000 wild fans in both their last two must-win matches.

    Fast forward to the 1999 season. SB XXXIV: last play, last TACKLE, first WIN! :bow:

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    Easy question for Seahawk fans to answer also...Largent's revenge.

    Mike oHarden of the Broncos intercepted a Dave Kreig pass intended for Largent, and started running the other way, Largent gave chase. They eventually collided and Largent simply exploded Harden, classic play...I don't care what team you're a fan of, this is a brutal hit by a WR that started when Harden laid a questionalble hit on him earlier in the year. Watch the video...The link takes you to the multi-media page...scroll to the bottom of the page where it says "Great Moments in Seahawks history"...the scroll to the bottom of the next page where it says "Mike Harden meets Steve Largent"...sorry about the link, I originally posted the direct route but that didn't work, so I had to do it this way.

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    Can't pin it down to just one.

    I started following the Rams in '99. Most of that season would fit in here. "The Tackle" was the ultimate end to my first season as a Rams fan. I jumped up so fast I pulled a muscle in my back.

    Fast Foward to 2004. Rams/Seahawks. Rams down by 17 late in the Fourth, all hope was lost. Looked like a long, long, long season. As I was reaching for a beer and the remote, I saw one of the greatest comebacks ever. I still have scars on my hand from where I jumped off the sofa, fist raised in joy, and hit the rough-textured cieling.

    This year I am hoping for a string of 19 consecutive celebratory injuries.... :drunk:

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    Mom just reminded me that I also injured my hand when i broke the ceiling fan while Hasselbeck was pounding the ground in the playoff game last year.

    I can just see it now:

    "Sam, what is the reason for your visit to the Emergency Room today?"
    "The Rams Won!"

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    Re: Favorite Nfl moment

    all that AV wrote was all on my list. But you know what monent I thought really stunk? :drunk: Was when one of the best RB'S in nfl history ,in his only SB, didn't even get to score a TD! But that fatass william the fridge Perry did! Ditka was probably the most classless coach of all time! What a f 'n bonehead! Walter Payton, You were the best! Next to Dickerson of course.
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    Re: Favorite NFL moment

    Rawkhrdr, I followed the link you have in your post, acquired the Seahawks website, scrolled down to Greatest Moments in Seahawks History, clicked on the image, then clicked on the Title and then clicked on 'More...' but could not get any of those links to bring up the moments.

    I'm interested in seeing that clip because HOF Steve Largent is a class act and a superb WR. That doesn't mean he could not hit and get even! Good for him.

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