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  • The 11 Best Quarterbacks Never to Win a Super Bowl

    The 11 Best Quarterbacks Never to Win a Super Bowl

    So far 30 different quarterbacks have won the Super Bowl. Some of them—like Montana, Unitas, Bradshaw, Manning, and Brady—are NFL legends. Others—like Plunkett, Williams, Dilfer, and Johnson—are not. If Denver wins Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, Peyton Manning will have his second championship. However, if Seattle wins this exclusive club will induct a new member […]

  • This Day In Sports History (January 31st) — Super Bowl XXII

    This Day In Sports History (January 31st) — Super Bowl XXII

    It was on this day in 1988 that the Washington Redskins won Super Bowl XXII.  They would defeat the Denver Broncos by a score of 42-10, earning the second of three Super Bowl titles for the franchise. Making it to the Super Bowl was no easy task for the Redskins, as they struggled through close […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/30/2014 — Goran Dragic

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/30/2014 — Goran Dragic

    Not many teams have gone into Indianapolis to play the Pacers and come out with a victory—only one heading into Thursday’s action, to be exact.  And the Phoenix Suns would become the second thanks to the solid play of Goran Dragic. Taking on the Eastern Conference’s top team, Dragic drained a game-high 28 points to […]

  • 29 Awkward Winter Sports Fail GIFs

    29 Awkward Winter Sports Fail GIFs

    I’m sure the upcoming XXII Olympic Winter Games are going to features some truly incredible athletic performances that amaze and inspire us. However, the they will also certainly feature some truly epic fail, because, man, these sports are hard. It’s not like the Winter athletes are just running and jumping and swimming, all of which […]

  • Middle School Basketball Player Tries to Poison Visiting Team with Bleach

    Middle School Basketball Player Tries to Poison Visiting Team with Bleach

    How’s this for disturbing? Apparently a middle school basketball player in Gaffney, South Carolina, has been “disciplined” by his school district after spiking an opposing team’s Gatorade with bleach. Oh, don’t worry. It was only a capful of bleach dumped into an entire jug, so nobody had to go to the hospital. The only symptoms […]

  • This Day In Sports History (January 30th) — Super Bowl XXXIV

    This Day In Sports History (January 30th) — Super Bowl XXXIV

    It was on this day in 2000 that the St. Louis Rams defeated the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV.  It was the franchise’s first, and only, Super Bowl victory. The 1999 season was quite the roller coaster ride for the St. Louis Rams, as they would lose their starting quarterback, Trent Green, to a […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/29/2014 — Ben Scrivens

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/29/2014 — Ben Scrivens

    I was tempted to award this “Stat Line of the Night” to Kevin Durant (33 points, 7 rebounds, and five assists vs. the Heat), but it’s not every day an NHL goalie records a 59-save shutout. More accurately, an NHL goalie had never recorded a 59-save shutout until last night, when Edmonton Oilers goaltender Ben […]

  • The 15 Hottest Cheerleaders of Super Bowl XLVIII

    The 15 Hottest Cheerleaders of Super Bowl XLVIII

    We here at Total Pro Sports are committed to covering Super Bowl XLVIII from every possible angle. Of course, by “every possible angle” we mean “anything angle having to do with attractive women,” and by “covering” we mean “so long as we don’t have to leave the couch.” But still, we’re committed. So last week […]

  • Taser Football is a Real Sport (Video)

    Taser Football is a Real Sport (Video)

    In the past, we’ve seen tasers and other electric shocking devices applied to sports like mixed martial arts and soccer.  And now you can add football to that list, although, some might argue that this version of “taser football” seems to resemble European handball more so than American football. The object of the game is […]

  • This Day In Sports History (January 29th) — Baseball Hall of Fame

    This Day In Sports History (January 29th) — Baseball Hall of Fame

    It was on this day in 1936 that the Baseball Hall of Fame inducted its first members.  The five men chosen to be the first inductees were Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson and Walter Johnson. Perhaps the most notable player on this list is Ty Cobb, who holds several prestigious MLB records, including […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/28/2014 — Carey Price

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/28/2014 — Carey Price

    The Montreal Canadiens entered Tuesday’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes having lost their last four straight.  Those losses have been rough on Carey Price, who was pulled on two occasions while allowing 17 goals against. The Habs’ netminder was looking to turn things around at the Bell Center last night, and he would do just […]

  • The 13 Biggest Scandals in the History of the Winter Olympics

    The 13 Biggest Scandals in the History of the Winter Olympics

    The 2014 Winter Olympics haven’t even gotten underway yet, and already it is looking like they might be amongst the most controversial and scandal-ridden games of all-time. First it was the vague Russian law outlawing “gay propaganda,” which is fairly upsetting for the countries of the world that value free speech. Then came word that the […]