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In this episode, we talk about the best first round pick in the history of the Atlanta Falcons. We also talk about Atlanta's worst first round pick.Matt Ryan: The #3 overall pick in the 2008 Draft. 4 Pro Bowls, 1-time First Team All-Pro, League MVP in 2016. And yes, his team was up 28-3 in the third quarter of Super Bowl LI.Bruce Pickens: The #3 overall pick in the 1991 Draft. He made just 12 starts with the Falcons before being traded to Green Bay for a 7th round pick.Arguments could be made for Deion Sanders (best) and Aundray Bruce (worst). Find out why Dan went with Ryan and Pickens instead. All this more with special guest Mike Miller.hundredyardhistory.comhundredyardhistory@gmail.comHundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
In this episode, we talk about the best first round pick in the history of the New Orleans Saints. We also break a tie for the Saints' worst ever first round pick.Willie Roaf: The #8 overall pick in the 1993 Draft is one of the greatest offensive tackles in NFL history. 11 Pro Bowls, 4-time First Team All-Pro, Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2012.Shawn Knight : The #11 overall pick in the 1987 Draft played 10 games with 0 starts for the Saints before being traded to the Denver Broncos. Knight was out of the league after the 1989 season.Russell Erxleben: The #11 overall pick in the 1979 Draft was a kicker/punter. Yes, a kicker/punter went 11th overall. It's the highest a kicker or punter has been selected since the NFL-AFL merger. (And why not? He was both!) In his career, Erxleben converted just 4 of his 8 field goal attempts. We talk about this and more with special guest Mike Miller.hundredyardhistory.comhundredyardhistory@gmail.comHundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
In this episode, we talk about the best first round pick in the history of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. We also talk about Tampa Bay's worst first round pick.Derrick Brooks: The #28 overall pick in the 1995 Draft is one of the greatest to ever play the game. 11 Pro Bowls, 5-time First Team All-Pro, Defensive Player of the Year in 2002, Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014. Bo Jackson: The #1 overall pick in the 1986 Draft didn't sign with the Buccaneers. Instead, the legendary Bo Jackson signed with Major League Baseball's Kansas City Royals. We talk about this and more with special guest Mike Miller.hundredyardhistory.comhundredyardhistory@gmail.comHundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
On April 29, 2021, the Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets, and San Francisco 49'ers will almost certainly take quarterbacks with the first three picks in the NFL Draft. Since the merger, quarterbacks have been selected "one, two, three" overall just twice.In 1971: Jim Plunkett to the Patriots, Archie Manning to the Saints, Dan Pastorini to the Oilers.In 1999: Tim Couch to the Browns, Donovan McNabb to the Eagles, Akili Smith to the Bengals.In this episode, we look at how those quarterbacks performed in the NFL. Can that tell us anything about the 2021 Draft?hundredyardhistory.comhundredyardhistory@gmail.comHundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
It's a Hundred Yard Highlight! In this episode, Dan Swartwout looks at the New York Giants vs. the Los Angeles Rams from September 30th, 1984. The Rams scored three safeties that game... in one quarter! It's one of the most unusual games in National Football League history. What team has scored the most safeties since the NFL-AFL merger? How long has it been since the Atlanta Falcons scored a safety? What record do the Tennessee Titans, the Seattle Seahawks, and the San Francisco 49'ers share? All this and more... we can dance if you want to. hundredyardhistory.comhundredyardhistory@gmail.comHundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
Most franchise quarterbacks were first-round picks in the NFL Draft. Occasionally, a team finds a franchise quarterback in the second or third round. And of course, everybody knows about the most famous sixth-round pick in NFL history. (It's Tom Brady.) But who were the most successful undrafted quarterbacks in the NFL? In this episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Mike Miller discuss the career of Jeff Garcia, who had 58 wins in 116 starts.Dan and Mike also talk about the United Football League, changes in the passing game, and another crazy facts about the 2000 Baltimore Ravens. hundredyardhistory.com hundredyardhistory@gmail.com Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
Episode 9 will be available on Friday, April 2. In that episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Mike Miller will continue their discussion of the undrafted quarterbacks with the most wins in the NFL since 1978.
Most franchise quarterbacks were first-round picks in the NFL Draft. Occasionally, a team finds a franchise quarterback in the second or third round. And of course, everybody knows about the most famous sixth-round pick in NFL history. (It's Tom Brady.) But who were the most successful undrafted quarterbacks in the NFL? In this episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Mike Miller discuss the undrafted quarterbacks with the most wins in the NFL since 1978. Dan and Mike look at: Jon Kitna with 50 wins in 124 startsBobby Hebert with 56 wins in 100 startsJake Delhomme with 56 wins in 96 startsDan and Mike also talk about sports on Seinfeld, the USFL, and Tom Brady's Super Bowl appearances.hundredyardhistory.com hundredyardhistory@gmail.com Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
Most franchise quarterbacks were first-round picks in the NFL Draft. Occasionally, a team finds a franchise quarterback in the second or third round. And of course, everybody knows about the most famous sixth-round pick in NFL history. (It's Tom Brady.) But who were the most successful undrafted quarterbacks in the NFL? In this episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Mike Miller discuss the undrafted quarterbacks with the most wins in the NFL since 1978.  Dan and Mike also discuss drafting a quarterback in the first round and stories from Mike's time in Columbus, Ohio sports radio. hundredyardhistory.com hundredyardhistory@gmail.com Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
It's a Hundred Yard Highlight! In this bonus episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Matt Mizer conclude their discussion of the 1985 Chicago Bears. In Part 3, we compare the '85 Bears to the 2000 Baltimore Ravens and discuss the legacy of perhaps the greatest, most popular team of all time. hundredyardhistory.com hundredyardhistory@gmail.com Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
In this episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Matt Mizer discuss the 1985 Chicago Bears. We talk about what made the 1985 Bears perhaps the greatest and most popular NFL team of all time. In Part 2, we focus on the defense: specifically Wilber Marshall, Richard Dent, Steve McMichael, William "The Refrigerator" Perry, Otis Wilson, Dan Hampton, Dave Duerson, Mike Singletary, Gary Fencik, Leslie Frazier, Mike Richardson, and Mike Hartenstine. Dan and Matt also talk about GI Joe, Diff'rent Strokes, and the '85 Bears in professional wrestling. hundredyardhistory.com hundredyardhistory@gmail.com Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
In this episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Matt Mizer discuss the 1985 Chicago Bears. We talk about what made the 1985 Bears perhaps the greatest and most popular NFL team of all time. In Part 1, we talk about Walter Payton, Jim McMahon, Mike Ditka, Buddy Ryan, the 46 Defense, and of course, the Super Bowl Shuffle. Dan and Matt also talk about Ohio State and University of Florida quarterbacks in the NFL, other NFL teams that made music videos, and Matt's 10-year run as a Cleveland Browns season ticket holder. hundredyardhistory.com hundredyardhistory@gmail.com Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
In this episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Brad Steiner (@bradstinks) discuss the running backs with the most carries in an NFL regular season. Part 3 looks at:  James Wilder  with 407 carries in 1984 for the Buccaneers. Jamal Anderson with 410 carries in 1998 for the Falcons. Larry Johnson with 416 carries in 2006 for the Chiefs.  What happened to these running backs the following season and for the rest of their careers? Dan and Brad also talk about the 1998 Minnesota Vikings and John Elway's legacy. Plus, Brad learns that Ed  McCaffrey is Christian McCaffrey's dad. hundredyardhistory.com hundredyardhistory@gmail.com Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
In this episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Brad Steiner (@bradstinks) discuss the running backs with the most carries in an NFL regular season. Part 2 looks at:Gerald Riggs with 397 carries in 1985 for the Falcons.Eddie George with 403 carries in 2000 for the Titans.Eric Dickerson with 404 carries in 1986 for the Rams.What happened to these running backs the following season and for the rest of their careers? Dan and Brad also talk about the 2000 Baltimore Ravens, the time Brad wore a Super Bowl ring, and Dan's love of hamburgers.Part 3 will look at  James Wilder, Jamal Anderson, and Larry Johnson.hundredyardhistory.comhundredyardhistory@gmail.comHundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
In this episode, Dan Swartwout and guest Brad Steiner (@bradstinks) discuss the running backs with the most carries in an NFL regular season. Part 1 looks at:Barry Foster with 390 carries in 1992 for the Steelers.Eric Dickerson with 390 carries in 1983 for the Rams.Ricky Williams with 392 carries in 2003 for the Dolphins.DeMarco Murray with 392 carries in 2014 for the Cowboys.Terrell Davis with 392 carries in 1998 for the Broncos.What happened to these running backs the following season and for the rest of their careers? Dan and Brad also talk about fantasy football, Mike Shanahan, and the best running backs of all time.Part 2 will look at Gerald Riggs, Eddie George, Eric Dickerson (again), James Wilder, Jamal Anderson, and Larry Johnson.hundredyardhistory.comhundredyardhistory@gmail.comHundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research
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