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The Linc - Who Remembers Electric Football?


Fan-Demonium: Yeah, America's Team
July 4th was America's birthday so what better week to take the time and think about how much we dislike the Dallas Cowboys, the group that has been living under the label of "America's Team" for more than 30 years.

Playbook: This is how you 'finish' a run in the NFL | National Football Post
Taking a look at Marshawn Lynch's TD run vs. the Eagles.

NFL - Franchise tag decisions getting complicated - ESPN
Because designation eats up significant cap room, teams must rethink strategies

ESPN: LeSean McCoy The Top Young Star To Build Around - Four For Four - SB Nation Philly
McCoy won his first All-Pro honor last season and became one of the highest-paid running backs in the league because he is the type of ball carrier a team can build an offense around. His 342 combined rushes/targets were the fourth most among running backs last season, and he has ranked in the top 10 in the category of good blocking yards per attempt in each of the past two seasons

Norman Sas, inventor of Electric Football, dies at 87 - NFL.com
A few decades ago, before we wrote entire posts dedicated to Robert Griffin III's likeness in a video game, Electric Football ruled the world. The man who invented the sublimely popular game, Norman Sas, died last week at the age of 87.