Tag "Kurt Warner"

How Dick Vermeil and the 1999 Rams changed the offensive game

The 1999 St. Louis Rams, the greatest show on turf, were the innovators of the many offensive formations and game plans that you see in today’s NFL, writes Ken Filler.

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How Dick Vermeil and the 1999 Rams changed the offensive game

The 1999 St. Louis Rams, the greatest show on turf, were the innovators of the many offensive formations and game plans that you see in today’s NFL, writes Ken Filler.

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Luis Perez: The Meteoric Rise of a YouTube Quarterback

Bowling (yes, bowling) standout Luis Perez learned how to play quarterback by watching YouTube videos. Now, he is a quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, writes Gary Thrasher.

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Isaac Bruce’s Case for the HOF

Will this be the year that Isaac Bruce gets a bust in Canton? He was part of “the greatest show on turf” and may join teammates Kurt Warner and Marshall Faulk in the NFL Hall of Fame.

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How the Quarterback Position has Changed: 1990-2001

Boy, have things changed since the first version of this article went out, the NFL went from almost exclusively running the football, to finally swinging the ratio of plays towards the pass. In the 4th time frame of this series, however, things started to get crazy for the pass. Teams started to center their offense around the pass, like the run-and-shoot offense that some teams ran.

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Torry Holt’s Claim to the Hall of Fame

Torry Holt is one of the best to ever line up at the wide receiver position and is a semifinalist to be inducted into the 2019 class. Is his case strong enough for him to get in this go around?

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