Behind the Scenes: NFL Films Presents Visits NASA
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Behind the Scenes: NFL Films Presents Visits NASA

By Emma Taylor and Demi Ratchford

What does it take to create an NFL Films Presents piece? Emily Leitner shared her experience with us.

While studying for her undergrad at University at Pennsylvania she fell … MORE ►

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Films Facts: A Look Back at the First Super Bowl Pack

EDITOR’S NOTE: On Wednesday, September 7th at 9pm/ET, NFLNetwork will premiere “America’s Game: The 2010 Green Bay Packers.” This will be the fourth “America’s Game” installment featuring a team from Titletown. This week, in preparation MORE ►

The Day Doctor Lou Hit the Couch
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The Day Doctor Lou Hit the Couch

As it prepares for a second season opener under head coach Brian Kelly, Notre Dame sits in the middle teens of the pre-season polls.  I can assure you this hardly excites the title starved

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NFL Films Shots: The Sea of Hands
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NFL Films Shots: The Sea of Hands

With 24 seconds left in the game, Raiders RB Clarence Davis somehow caught the game-winning touchdown pass among “the sea of hands” of three Dolphins defenders.

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NFL Films Shots: Immaculate Reception
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NFL Films Shots: Immaculate Reception

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The Catch
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The Catch

Dwight Clark catches a touchdown pass by Joe Montana to beat the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Championship Game.  This famous play and shot will forever be called, “The Catch”

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