Check out NFL Films’ Top Shots from Week 5: Inside the NFL!
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Check out NFL Films’ Top Shots from Week 5: Inside the NFL!

“INSIDE THE NFL:WEEK 5” AIRS TONIGHT, OCTOBER 14 AT
9:30PM/ET ON NFL NETWORK

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SNEAK PEEK at TONIGHT’S PREMIERE of NFL’S TOP 10 DYNASTIES
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SNEAK PEEK at TONIGHT’S PREMIERE of NFL’S TOP 10 DYNASTIES

“NFL TOP 10: GREATEST DYNASTIES” AIRS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2ND AT
8:00PM ET ON NFL NETWORK

Perhaps no team in the NFL is more polarizing than the World Champion New England Patriots.  And it’s no surprise, … MORE ►

Mind of Sabol: Coaches II
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Mind of Sabol: Coaches II

By Nick Calabrese

Editor’s Note: As we sift through more of Mr. Sabol’s card catalog, we’re discovering tons of new insights on coaches. With the quotes, newspaper articles, and Steve Sabol’s thoughts – one could MORE ►

Bonus Content – “Lyle Alzado: A Football Life” – The Pride of Yankton College
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Bonus Content – “Lyle Alzado: A Football Life” – The Pride of Yankton College

Lyle Alzado was once the most famous product of Yankton College. It was there, on the South Dakota prairie, that he first began to assume mythic qualities. One of Three Mile Lyle’s most legendary exploits … MORE ►

“NFL Films Presents: My One and Only”
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“NFL Films Presents: My One and Only”

By Greg Frith, Producer

“NFL Films Presents: My One and Only” will air on Fox Sports 1 on
Sunday 11/23 @ 10:00AM EST, 7:00AM Pacific
Tuesday 11/25 @ 7:00PM EST, 4:00PM Pacific
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Sneak Peek: LYLE ALZADO – A Football Life
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Sneak Peek: LYLE ALZADO – A Football Life

“Lyle Alzado – A Football Life” premieres Friday, November 21st at 9pm/ET on NFL Network.

 

by Neil Zender, Co-Producer

HISTORY HAS NOT BEEN KIND TO LYLE ALZADO. He was once one of the brightest … MORE ►

Reineking Recalls: Raiders’ Connection to ‘Immaculate’ Plays
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Reineking Recalls: Raiders’ Connection to ‘Immaculate’ Plays

Editor’s Note: Jim Reineking is an editor for NFL.com. Here’s his take on the Oakland Raiders and their partaking in some of the most crucial moments in NFL history. 

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The Immaculate Reception Revealed on the Sabol Camera
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The Immaculate Reception Revealed on the Sabol Camera

Before he was the President of NFL Films, Steve Sabol was a cinematographer. And he was at the Immaculate Reception game, capturing sideline sound. Here for the first time, is what he captured.

When the … MORE ►

‘The Immaculate Reception: A Football Life’ – Sneak Peek
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‘The Immaculate Reception: A Football Life’ – Sneak Peek

On December 19th, “A Football Life” premieres its thirteenth episode of the season, featuring the iconic “Immaculate Reception” play that has been described in various ways – a myth, miracle, conspiracy, crime and a detective … MORE ►

‘The Immaculate Reception: A Football Life’ – A Look Back
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‘The Immaculate Reception: A Football Life’ – A Look Back

Trailing 7-6 with no timeouts and 22 seconds left in the 1972 AFC Divisional playoff game, the Pittsburgh Steelers were left hoping for a miracle to happen on fourth-and-10.  With the ball at their own … MORE ►