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    Great Terry Bradshaw Video

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    Re: Great Terry Bradshaw Video

    John Facenda was awesome: "Terry Bradshaw lost some hair but...." LMAO



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    Re: Great Terry Bradshaw Video

    Quote Originally Posted by tube517 View Post
    John Facenda was awesome: "Terry Bradshaw lost some hair but...." LMAO
    NFL Films were never the same after Facenda died.

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    Re: Great Terry Bradshaw Video

    Quote Originally Posted by fansince'76 View Post
    NFL Films were never the same after Facenda died.
    Yessir. His voice transcends the game. Along with the Sabols' direction, NFL Films was incredible.



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    Re: Great Terry Bradshaw Video

    NFL Films and Monday Night Football are what made the league what it is today. The MLB strike in the 90s helped to catapult the NFL to the #1 sport in the USA.

    What can you say about Brad... I watched him play. He would stand in the pocket and take a hit, but he made those big plays. I remember when they would carry him off the field on a stretcher in the first half, then he came back to play and won the game. I thought he was goofing sometimes just for ratings because the turnaround was so amazing. He threw a lot of picks, but we always knew the Steelers would win the Super Bowl no matter how many turnovers there were. The 1970s Steelers were the best complete team in NFL history.
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    Re: Great Terry Bradshaw Video

    Quote Originally Posted by ALLD View Post
    NFL Films and Monday Night Football are what made the league what it is today. The MLB strike in the 90s helped to catapult the NFL to the #1 sport in the USA.

    What can you say about Brad... I watched him play. He would stand in the pocket and take a hit, but he made those big plays. I remember when they would carry him off the field on a stretcher in the first half, then he came back to play and won the game. I thought he was goofing sometimes just for ratings because the turnaround was so amazing. He threw a lot of picks, but we always knew the Steelers would win the Super Bowl no matter how many turnovers there were. The 1970s Steelers were the best complete team in NFL history.
    Bradshaw showed up for the big games. He wasn't the best pure passer or most accurate. But, as he pointed out in one of the Steeler documentaries, he threw a clutch TD in the 4th quarter of every Super Bowl he played. Did having Swann and Stallworth and 2 1000 yd RBs help? Sure. But, someone has to throw the ball. And he did.



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    Re: Great Terry Bradshaw Video

    He was a 70's version of Brett Favre.




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    Re: Great Terry Bradshaw Video

    Quote Originally Posted by 86WARD View Post
    He was a 70's version of Brett Favre.
    Brett Favre was a modern version of Terry Bradshaw. He was a gamer. Still don't know how he survived his head being smashed into the ground by Turkey Jones.



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