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A football player who was burried underneath the competition was asked where he was on a losing play.
“Where were you on that last play, Ferguson?”
Al Johns
October 26, 1957

 

Coach congratulates a battered and bruised player on a winning drive.
“We needed that yard, Bascomb!”
John Gallagher
October 15, 1955

 

Players try to shoo away someone from the opposing team while they go into a huddle.
“Look, this is pretty confidential, if you don’t mind.”
Joseph Zeis
October 12, 1957

 

Football fan wonders why the players don't just share the ball.
“Why don’t they just give each team a ball?”
Chon Day
October 6, 1956

 

Football player is still attached to the guy he tried to tackle as he heads to the showers after the game.
“Relax, the game is over!”
Paul Peter Porges
October 5, 1957

 

Football fan tries to sit on the players' bench.
“May I see your ticket, please?”
Bob Schroeter
October 1, 1955

 

Small boy wishes for football equipment
Ali
August 16, 1958

 

A football player gives himself to despair as he is battered, bruised, and wet during a rainy game.
“I don’t feel so fiercely determined as I did.”
Barney Tobey
November 3, 1945

 

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  1. HAHAHAHAHA – GREAT FOOTBALL CARTOONS – THX & GO OAKLAND/LAS VEGAS RAIDERS + CHUCKIE !!!!!

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