On Dec 28th 2021 the Sports world, Lost a true LEGEND to the sport as Football, John Madden. John Madden was the coach of the Oakland Raiders for a decade , where he coached the Oakland Raiders to seven AFC title games, and won the Super Bowl in the 1976 season. He compiled a 103-32-7 regular season record and his .759 winning percentage is the BEST among coaches with more than 100 games. Inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame August 2006. Life after football for coach, was him going into broadcasting, where he also would be one of the best to ever to do it. Madden would be a sports analyst for most of his three decades calling games, winning 16 Emmy Awards for outstanding sports analyst/personality and covering 11 super bowls for four networks from 1979-2009. he also helped create a video games that has grossed more that $7+ billion since its inception. THANK YOU FOR ALWAYS TEACHING THE GAME AND BEING WHO YOU ARE.
R.I.P JOHN MADDEN 1936-2021
Man the athletes to have worn numbers in the 50’s are a lot, and they just keep coming. This week’s best of features the number 54 and man o man we have some good names on this list. From current players to hall of famers, we talk about who wore it best (imagine that) and come to a conclusion that may take some by surprise.