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TOFN podcast: HOF LB Jack Ham revisits the proudest moment of his career

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Tony Romo’s ring-less legacy

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What was the greatest Super Bowl of all time?

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The Steelers blew through the regular season with a 12-2 record to win the AFC Central, then eliminated Baltimore and Oakland with playoff victories to earn that date with Dallas. The Steelers trailed the Cowboys 10-3 through three quarters before rallying for 14 fourth-quarter points to claim that second consecutive Lombardi Trophy.

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With Kurt Warner inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in two weeks, the Talk of Fame Network ranks its top 10 quarterbacks of all time.

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What Tony Romo has are his statistics. Playing in an era that favored aerial football, his 34,183 passing yards are plenty by Dallas standards… but not by NFL standards.

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The Jets upset of the Colts in 1969 holds the greatest historical significance in Super Bowl annals. Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Namath guaranteed a victory, then the Jets went out and became the first AFL champion to beat the NFL champ.

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The Cowboys haven’t done much in the last 20 years to raise the NFL bar on the field. But off the field it’s a different story with the unveiling of their new $1.5 billion practice facility.

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Roger Staubach had a lot of success in his 11-year NFL career, and on this week’s Talk of Fame Network broadcast he explains how his former coach, Tom Landry, helped make him a Hall-of-Fame quarterback.

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The most popular number for Super Bowl quarterbacks has been 12. The most successful has been 16.

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Roger Staubach, a devout Catholic, said he just threw the ball and said a Hail Mary. Drew Pearson answered that prayer with his catch.

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Some of the best games of the NFL’s post-season have occurred in the divisional round, which begins again this weekend.

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Only former New York Giants’ owner Wellington Mara served more consecutive years in the NFL than Bucko Kilroy, whose 64 seasons as a player, coach, scout and executive nosed out George Halas by one.

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The drafting of Gil Brandt put the Cowboys in position to become America’s Team.

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Long before Dez Bryant and long before Michael Irvin, Drew Pearson wore the 88 of the Dallas Cowboys. And he wore it well.

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(Photos courtesy of the San Francisco 49ers and Indianapolis Colts) By Clark Judge Talk of Fame Network Apparently, Charles Haley is no fan of the New England Patriots or Tom Brady. He let us know this week when — on the Talk of Fame Network’s weekly broadcast — he said that “all” of Brady’s Super …

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