NFC tiebreaker scenarios entering Week 15

The following charts seek to answer the following question: If these two (or more) teams finish with the same record, who wins the tiebreaker? Notes and assumptions: No possibility of future tie games (MIN and GB are only shown for tiebreakers against each other). Tiebreaker winners are as they would be

All in the videos: Suge Knight, defensive lineman

Embed from Getty Images Before becoming rap mogul Suge Knight, he was defensive lineman Marion Knight. Undrafted out of UNLV, Knight was at the Los Angeles Rams training camp during the 1987 preseason and played 2 games as a replacement player during the NFL players strike. Enjoy! Year Team Games started Games played 1987 LAR 0 2 https://youtu.be/kTfaQmF7_9g

Most plays in a quarter

The Bears ran 35 plays in the 4th quarter in last week's game against the Titans.  Is this a record? No, but it's close.  Most of the following, like the Bears, were failed comebacks from large deficits. Most plays in a quarter, since 1983 All in the 4th quarter unless noted Team Date Plays* Opponent Non-plays** Notes St. Louis Rams 12/10/1995 40 BUF 3 San

Left-handers who played 2B, post-1920

1. Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs, September 28, 2016; April 16, 2017; and April 17, 2017.Rizzo, normally the first baseman, was playing in to protect against the bunt with a runner on 1st and the pitcher up, while normal second baseman Ben Zobrist was holding the runner on at the first

Georgia Tech 222, Cumberland 0: a gamebook

What follows is an NFL-style gamebook for the 222-0 Georgia Tech-Cumberland game that happened 100 years ago this October. Notes: The play-by-play is almost entirely taken from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution game story as seen on this archived page from Cumberland's website. Unknowns and obvious errors from the original play-by-play: The play-by-play

NFL starting quarterback timelines

Wondering whether 2015 had an unusual number of quarterback injuries?  Or why Joe Namath missed so many games?  Or just why the Browns start a random quarterback in Week 17 every year? The following team charts detail every starting quarterback change in the NFL since 1950. AFC East Buffalo Bills Miami

AFC East Starting Quarterback Changes

  Buffalo Bills (1960-2018) Name stint Tenure [Year - Week (Game)] Starting QB First Start Last Start GS Reason for Change From * Record Tommy O'Connell 1960 - 1 (1) 1960 - 4 (4) 4 ineffective 1-3 Johnny Green 1960 - 6 (5) 1960 - 10 (9) 5 2-3 O'Connell 2 1960 - 11 (10) 1960 - 12 (11) 2 1-0-1 Green 2 1960 - 13 (12) 1960 - 13 (12) 1 1-0 Richie Lucas 1960 - 14 (13) 1960 - 15 (14) 2 0-2 O'Connell 3 1961

AFC North Starting Quarterback Changes

  Baltimore Ravens (1996-2018) Name stint Tenure [Year - Week (Game)] Starting QB First Start Last Start GS Reason for Change From * Record Vinny Testaverde 1996 - 1 (1) 1997 - 14 (13) 29 strained left knee 1 8-20-1 Eric Zeier 1997 - 15 (14) 1997 - 17 (16) 3 Testaverde signed with Jets as free agent; Ravens traded third rounder for Harbaugh 2-1 Jim Harbaugh 1998 - 1 (1) 1998 - 3 (3) 3 ineffective (benched before

AFC South Starting Quarterback Changes

  Houston Texans (2002-2018) Name stint Tenure [Year - Week (Game)] Starting QB First Start Last Start GS Reason for Change From * Record David Carr 2002 - 1 (1) 2003 - 8 (7) 23 injured right ankle 6-17 Tony Banks 2003 - 9 (8) 2003 - 9 (8) 1 * 1-0 Carr 2 2003 - 10 (9) 2003 - 11 (10) 2 bruised right shoulder 1-1 Banks 2 2003 - 12 (11) 2003 - 13 (12) 2 broken hand 1-1 Dave Ragone 2003 - 14