Nate Kaeding

Tampa Bay Buccaneers #0 - Kicker

  • Born: 03/26/82
  • Age: 39
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 187

Reliving the Patriots’ nine games against the now-retired Philip Rivers

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After 17 seasons in the league, Rivers has now called it a career.

Re-Living ‘99: Kickers, Torry Holt, and throwing your team under the bus

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A lot of information about players you didn’t know you wanted information about

Rivalry Week: Chargers beat Broncos 41-3 to tie largest point differential in franchise history

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The point margin tied the largest win over Denver in franchise history.

Greatest Chargers teams to never win a championship

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Read this at your own caution, Chargers fans.

AJ Smith, Kyle Smith, the Redskins 2020 Draft, and Beyond

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In 2003, AJ Smith was chosen as the General Manager for the San Diego Chargers and promptly built a team that, from 2004 to 2009 won as many division titles (5) as the league leading Colts and P...

Former Chargers QB Eli Manning announces retirement

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Eli Manning never wanted to play in San Diego. How would he have felt about Los Angeles? The number one pick of the San Diego Chargers in 2004, quarterback Eli Manning announced his retirement on...

All-Decades Team: Dolphins 2010s team

The 2010s came to an end as the calendar moved to January and 2020. For the Miami Dolphins, it ends another decade of mediocrity, but it also ends with a franchise that may have some hope. Head...

Best of the 2010s: A different kind of end-of-the-decade ranking

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Ranking each season of the decade.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New York Jets: A Complete History of the Rivalry

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In the NFL’s 100th season, a look at the Steelers and Jets, now and through history.

Throwback Thursday: Revisiting Hawkeye Football History With The Director, 2012-2015

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Although we’ve surely tries to block it out of our memories, the Hawkeyes played football from 2012 to 2014. It wasn’t always pretty, but it got us to 2015.

Throwback Thursday: Revisiting Hawkeye Football History With The Director, 2010-2012

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Things took a hard left turn following the 2009 Orange Bowl season.

Throwback Thursday: Revisiting Hawkeye Football History With The Director, 1999-2010

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And with that, the Kirk Ferentz era begins.