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Who are the 10 Greatest Players Never to Play in a Super Bowl?

LaDainian Tomlinson is the latest Hall of Famer who never got the chance to play on Super Sunday
Who are the 10 Greatest Players Never to Play in a Super Bowl?

While Tom Brady is on the cusp of playing in his record ninth Super Bowl, some of the NFL's greatest players never even made it to the big game, let alone win the Lombardi Trophy.

10 Greatest Following Acts in College Football History

Before Barry Sanders rewrote the Oklahoma State record book, he had the task of following Cowboys legend Thurman Thomas
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10 Greatest Following Acts in College Football History

Kelly Bryant’s performance in Clemson’s 47-21 victory over Louisville this past Saturday seems like he has picked up right where Deshaun Watson left off last season.

Who are the 10 Greatest Players Never to Play in a Super Bowl?

Barry Sanders is one of several Hall of Famers that never got a chance to play on Super Sunday
Who are the 10 Greatest Players Never to Play in a Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl may be the NFL’s biggest game, but only two teams get the opportunity to share this stage each season. Because of this, many of the game’s greatest players, including members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, were never given an opportunity to play for the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

8 Memorable Thanksgiving Moments for the Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions

The Dallas Cowboys' Leon Lett was a Thanksgiving Day turkey in the snow back in 1993.
<p> Best and Worst Thanksgiving Day Moments: Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, including Leon Lett's mistake in the snow in 1993, Jerome Bettis and Phil Luckett's coin toss confusion in 1998, Randy Moss' three-touchdown game in 1998, Jason Garrett's duel against Brett Favre in 1994, O.J. Simpson's record-breaking effort in 1976 and Ndamukong Suh's stomp heard round the world in 2011.</p>

Just like the crazy uncle with the nonstop inappropriate jokes or the aunt with the barely edible green bean casserole, the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys are welcome additions to the holiday family gathering even though they will probably provide an awkward moment or two.

Here are a few of the noteworthy Thanksgiving Day memories from the Lions, whose first Turkey Day game was in 1934, and Cowboys, who first sat at the table in 1966.