Troy Aikman is a Hall of Fame quarterback who played his entire 12-year NFL career with the Dallas Cowboys. Aikman was drafted with the top overall pick in the 1989 NFL Draft by Dallas after a successful college career that started at the University of Oklahoma and ended at UCLA. As a rookie with the Cowboys, Aikman won the starting quarterback job, but struggled heavily and through 11 starts his team was 0-11. Aikman improved entering his second season in Dallas, and led that team to a 7-9 record which fell just one game shy of a playoff berth. The 1992 season was one of the many high points of Aikman’s career, in which he set career highs in passing yards, completions and touchdown passes while leading the Cowboys to the second best record in the NFC. Once in the playoffs, Aikman led the Cowboys to Super Bowl XXVII against the Buffalo Bills. Aikman completed 22-of-30 passes in the game for 273 yards and four touchdowns, earning him Super Bowl MVP honors. The following season, Aikman and the Cowboys repeated as Super Bowl champions when they again defeated the Buffalo Bills. Aikman led the Cowboys to their third Super Bowl in a four-year span in 1995 when Dallas beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX by a score of 27-17.
Marshawn Lynch is a running back who currently plays for the Seattle Seahawks and is widely known for his nickname “Best Mode”. Recognized for his speed and agility, Lynch is considered to be one of the most dominant athletes in professional football. Since joining the NFL, Marshawn Lunch has recorded an impressive pro career that is highlighted by a Super Bowl XLVIII victory that brought Seattle its first ever Lombardi Trophy.
The New England Patriots are one of the top franchises in the NFL. With eight Super Bowl appearances in the last 25 years, the Patriots have made it to the championship game more than any other team during that stretch. The Patriots success can be directly tied to the hiring of Bill Belichick in 2000 to serve as the team’s head coach. Under Belichick, the Patriots have not had a losing season since 2000, and have won all but a couple of AFC East titles since 2001.
Former Denver Broncos icon, John Elway is regarded as one of the NFL’s all-time greatest quarterbacks and is statistically the second best passer in league history. Throughout his impressive 16-year NFL career, Elway won brought the Broncos two Super Bowl championships and was named Super Bowl XXXIII MVP. Earning Denver to six trips to the AFC Championship and five Super Bowl appearances, the nine-time Pro Bowl selection and 1987 AP NFL MVP was also the winningest starting quarterback ever at the time of his retirement.
Prince Fielder is a fantastic first baseman and a real powerhouse hitter that can hit a home run in any field, who continues to dominate the MLB as a member of the Texas Rangers. Since the start of his professional career, Fielder has taken the sport to new heights while setting a number of MLB records and individual records for his clubs. Rightfully regarded as one of the most dangerous batters in the MLB, Prince Fielder is reaching the peak of his game and looks to solidify his place in baseball history in coming seasons.
The Miami Heat is a relatively young franchise in the National Basketball Association that was founded as an expansion team in 1988. In just 25 years the Heat has made 17 playoff appearances, won 10 division titles, four conference titles, and three NBA Championships. Considering Miami won two-consecutive championships and is currently competing for its third straight title, the Heat is the marquee franchise of the NBA.
The Philadelphia Phillies are one of the most storied franchises in all of Major League Baseball that has produced some of the greatest athletes of all time. The Phillies were established in 1883 and are the oldest franchise in all of professional American sports to continuously don just one name and represent one city. Despite falling through some lengthy losing-streaks, the Phillies have triumphed to take home two World Series titles and win seven National League Pennants.
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The Baltimore Ravens have been one of the most consistent football teams in the NFL since their establishment in 1996. The team was established in the mid-‘90s when Cleveland Browns owner, Art Modell, wanted to relocate the team to Baltimore. In a settlement between the NFL and the Cleveland, Modell was allowed to relocate the team, but was required to leave the Browns’ name, colors and legacy in Cleveland for a replacement team. Since 2000, the Ravens have made the playoffs nine times, claimed two AFC Championships, four AFC North titles and won the Super Bowl twice. The success the Ravens have had in such a little time is what makes their team memorabilia so sought after and valuable.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a legendary NASCAR driver and team owner. The son of NASCAR Hall of Famer Dale Earnhardt Sr. comes from a long line of racing icons and his career falls nothing short of extraordinary. The two-time winner of the Daytona 500 is regarded as the most recognizable stock car racer in the world and took home the Most Popular Driver Award for 12 consecutive years, from 2003-2013.