HOF Spotlight Game

01/01/2005

Spotlight Game

Week 1 Q&A with Frank Gifford
As the New York Giants travel to Denver to take on the Broncos on Monday night, Giants legend Frank Gifford took time to answer some of the questions you submitted to the Hall of Fame. Frank spoke of his years in the game, his opinions on past and current greats, and some of the differences between playing then and now:
"The athlete today is better than when I played. Plain and simple…Do they have more fun? No. We had a much better time playing the game." MORE>>

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Team Histories Submit a Question

Each team came into the league along a widely different path, but both the Denver Broncos and New York Giants franchises share a winning tradition.

Denver Broncos History
New York Giants History

Frank Gifford Hall of Famer and New York Giants legend Frank Gifford answered your questions this week.

Next week's Hall of Famer is 49er great Dave Wilcox. Send an E-mail with a question and check back on Friday to see what he had to say.

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Hall of Fame Mementos

Whether on display or in our archives, the Hall of Fame houses mementos from some of pro football's greatest moments. Record-setting performances, novel achievements, and football firsts are preserved forever in Canton, Ohio.

Mel Hein Jersey
1986 Super Bowl Ring
Y.A. Tittle Helmet
1930 Giants Ticket Stub
John Elway 1996 Helmet

Week 1

Glyn Milburn wore this Broncos jersey and these shoes on December 10, 1995 against the Seattle Seahawks. In that game he established the NFL's single game record for all-purpose yards. He accumulated 404 yards (130-rushing, 45-receiving, 95-punt returns, and 133-kickoff returns).

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Featured Product

Hall of Fame StoreReebok Coaches Hat
Be in style this NFL season with the coaches sideline hat by Reebok. The NFL Shield is featured on the back of this hat and it has a velcro closure. One size fits all.

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Hall of Fame Spotlight Game: Week 1


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