A set of game summaries, quotes, and box scores for the 49ers' two most stunning regular season victories under Coach Bill Walsh. They are the 38-35 comeback win over the New Orleans Saints in 1980... More > and the "Hail Jerry" 27-26 last-second comeback over the Cincinnati Bengals in 1987.< Less
A description of the Green Bay Packers' first six victories in NFL title games, stretching from 1936 to 1965. Includes game summaries, lots of quotes from the Packers and their opponents, box scores,... More > starting lineups, and more. Learn how the Packers established Green Bay's Titletown tradition.
Bruce Baskin, a longtime Packers fan and a radio sportscaster and public relations director for decades, said: "A great read of a bygone era devoid of PEDs, on-field specialists and hype: Just real men playing a real game...You'll feel the dirt beneath their fingernails."< Less
An extensive guide to the 10 49ers seasons under Coach Bill Walsh, including game-by-game summaries of the three Super Bowl seasons. Kevin Lynch, 49ers reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, who... More > covered the team starting in 1988, called it "a fantastic body of work. . . the short summary of every game gives you a quick snap shot and then the statistics are always worth a gander."< Less
This e-book describes the Packers' first three wins in NFL title games, in 1936, 1939, and 1944. You'll see full game summaries, lots of quotes from the Packers and their opponents, box scores,... More > starting lineups, and even the full roster for the Packers and their '36 opponents, the Boston Redskins. It's a great resource for Packers fans.
Bruce Baskin, a diehard fan with several decades of experience as a radio sportscaster, said: "Ever wonder what the road to the NFL championship was like BEFORE the Super Bowl? By focusing on the most-decorated team in league history, the Green Bay Packers, Arne Christensen does just that. . . . A great read of a bygone era devoid of PEDs, on-field specialists and hype: Just real men playing a real game... You'll feel the dirt beneath their fingernails."< Less