We’ll be doing a series of network-wide themed post leading up to this year’s Super Bowl, and the first question asks about our best Super Bowl moments. Ideally, that moment would pertain to a time when the Cleveland Browns went to the Super Bowl, but the Browns are one of the few teams yet to make it there and I cannot cheat and use the team’s eight Championships (and besides, I wasn’t even around for those).
If our own team didn’t make it, it was suggested we consider relishing in a division rival losing in the Super Bowl. While that did happen in 2011 when the Packers defeated the Steelers 31-25, that game didn’t have a personal long-lasting effect on me.
The game that stands out to me was in 2004, when the New England Patriots defeated the Carolina Panthers 32-29.
Alvin Kamara, Priest Holmes, Carlos Hyde, and Kevin Faulk discuss what it means to play running back in 2018, and how the position might change (Presented by ➡️ @SBNationNFL and @BWWings) pic.twitter.
How did each rookie perform in 2017? Did he out-perform his draft value, or did he struggle? This series will take a look at how each first-year player performed for the Dallas Cowboys in their first professional season.
When our own Dave Halprin asked me who I would like the Cowboys to select ahead of last year’s 2017 NFL Draft back when I first joined BTB, I told him Chidobe Awuzie. At the time, the Colorado Buffaloes star defensive back was being mocked in the first-round of several mock drafts due to his versatility that allows him to play all over the defensive side of the ball. So when Dallas went with Taco Charlton with the 28th selection, I assumed Awuzie was all but gone.
I’m happy that turned out to not be the case.
There was a lot of excitement surrounding Chido — from fans, media, and the coaching staff — as soon as he arrived in Dallas.
Justin Forsett, the former Baltimore Ravens RB, is still making moves after his play on the gridiron. This Sunday, Justin will be pitching his ShowerPill product to Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Barbara Corcoran as he joins the television show, ‘Shark Tank’.
What is ShowerPill?
“It all started when three college football teammates back at Cal-Berkeley found themselves sweating…like a million times a day. With a hectic class schedule staggered between multiple workouts and practices, this trio was in the thick of a very stinky situation. Our teammates were dealing with the same problem. Truth was that showering every time we broke a sweat just wasn’t a realistic option. But neither was being the funky guy in statistics class. And then we realized the problem went beyond B.O. Our boys were getting sidelined with sweat-related infections.