7/51 slides ap file super Bowl vii (Dolphins 14, redskins 7 miami dolphins' jim Mandich takes in a bob Griese pass near the goal line during the second quarter. The 1972 miami dolphins remain the nfl's only team with a perfect record (17-0). The 1948 Cleveland Browns of the aafc also posted a 14-0 record. 8/51 slides ap file super Bowl viii (Dolphins 24, vikings 7 larry Csonka of the miami dolphins runs down the field. Csonka became the first running back to be named Super Bowl mvp. 9/51 slides Harry cabluck, ap super Bowl ix (Steelers 16, vikings 6 Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle "Mean" joe greene encourages his teammates. 10/51 slides ap file super Bowl X (Steelers 21, cowboys 17 pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Lynn Swann dives as he catches a pass from quarterback terry Bradshaw.
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When a coach is aggressive, smith said, that means he trusts his players. Pederson has earned a lot of trust in plenty of corners while proving that he was indeed ready for the job. Follow Jarrett Bell on Twitter @JarrettBell. Photos: One great shot from every super Bowl Full screen 1/51 slides ap file super Bowl I (Packers 35, Chiefs 10 Green bay packers wide receiver Max Mcgee makes a juggling touchdown catch during the first Super Bowl. Packers quarterback bart write Starr was named mvp. 2/51 slides ap super Bowl ii (Packers 33, raiders 14 legendary Green bay packers coach Vince lombardi is carried off the field after his team's second consecutive super Bowl win. 3/51 slides ap super Bowl iii (Jets 16, colts 7 essay quarterback joe namath of the new York jets hands off the football to matt Snell during Super Bowl iii on Jan. Namath came through on his famous "guarantee" of a jets upset against the heavily favored Colts. 4/51 slides ap file super Bowl iv (Chiefs 23, vikings 7 kansas City quarterback len Dawson is grabbed by a minnesota defender after handing the off to running back mike garrett. 5/51 slides ap file super Bowl V (Colts 16, cowboys 13 baltimore kicker Jim o'brien (80) leaps with joy after kicking the winning field goal against the dallas Cowboys in the final seconds. 6/51 slides ap file super Bowl vi (Cowboys 24, dolphins 3 dallas Cowboys quarterback roger Staubach (12) tries to escape the grasp of miami dolphins defender Jim Riley.
When Pederson worked as the offensive coordinator in Kansas City, reid called his own plays as he always had reviews as head coach until this midway through this season. When Pederson took over the eagles, he followed suit. Not only was he learning on the job as a head coach, he was also learning to juggle his play-calling responsibilities with managing a game. After breaking into the new roles last season, pederson went into this campaign pledging to give reich more responsibilities while keeping the play-calling duties to himself. Maybe thats to be expected from a former quarterback, wanting to have a significant measure of control on the game. Now he can add the manner in which Wentz developed in the quarterback's second season and the eagles' roll to the super Bowl to his resume. Creative aggressiveness has been the ticket. No team converted more fourth downs this than the eagles, reflecting a go-for-it spirit. Pederson also schooled the falcons with his play calling in the divisional playoff win (including a red-zone sweep by receiver Nelson Agholor that set up a td) and challenged the vaunted vikings defense with a barrage of deep passes.
And all-pro right tackle lane johnson described a coach who is able to connect with his players because he, well, listens. That sure wasnt how the eagles players would characterize kelly. He lets the team have its own culture, johnson told usa today sports of Pederson. Johnson is a member of a players committee that Pederson regularly consults, and hes taken the group up on suggestions for tweaking the practice schedule and, at some points, cutting back on the regimen in order to freshen their legs. We dont want any clashes us to be mad at coach, coach to be mad at us, johnson said. We all want to be on the same page. This extends to the field, too. Torrey smith, who had his biggest game of the season last weekend, said Pederson always talks about ownership for the players when running the offense. Thats been an intriguing subplot in itself.
Buses resume taking remaining civilians, rebels from Aleppo
Ray rhodes, incidentally the first head coach ever hired by eagles owner Jeffrey lurie, once told me he likened his job to that of a firefighter, given a steady stream of flames to address. That analogy certainly sums up what its been like this season for Pederson. Sure, every team deals with assorted injuries. But most couldnt make it this far if they lost their star quarterback, as the eagles did when Carson Wentz then leading the nfl by a sizable margin with 33 td passes blew out his knee in week. Thats coaching, as Pederson and offensive coordinator Frank reich, both former nfl quarterbacks, have worked to get fill-in Nick foles up to speed.
And mobile the job is about organization, passion and managing games, too. Yet Pedersons performance this season brings us back to the concept Lurie kept repeating in the aftermath of Kellys departure: emotional intelligence. The eagles have found that in Pederson, who worked in Philadelphia for four of his seven years as an assistant on Andy reids staff but represented a major leap of faith as an unproven nfl head coaching commodity when he arrived. No doubt, the ei has been a huge factor. While long hails Pedersons consistent demeanor, the coach's approach comes with flexibility and range. According to nfl media, pederson went off last week during a lackadaisical sequence during practice, harping on the need to emphasize details.
Hes done it the hard way. Pro bowl left tackle: Gone. Multi-purpose backfield threat and special teams ace: Gone. Through all of the injuries, civic anxiety and naysayers galore, pederson has dealt with enough crises for an er unit. Guess he wasnt a bad pick after all in the aftermath of the Chip Kelly flameout.
Hes so even-keeled, eagles defensive end Chris Long told usa today sports on Thursday, when the team had its first full-scale practice in advance of Super Bowl lii. There are a lot of panic guys in this league, but hes not a panic guy. That really helps, because it sets the tone for players to be the same way. He could have never seen us losing so many guys, or going through so much adversity, but its been perfect for. More: doug Pederson: Eagles can't be shaken by patriots' super Bowl mystique. More: Super Bowl lii story lines: History on the line for Patriots, eagles. Patriots Super Bowl lii preview: Three things to know.
Alexi lalas, kelly Smith, ian Wright, and Rob Stone discuss France's 1-0 win over Belgium off a set-piece goal by samuel Umtiti. France reaches their first final since 2006, and will face the winner of the second semi-final match between Croatia and England on Sunday. Belgium will play the third place match on Saturday. Foxsports, tepper adamant he'll change culture in Panthers organization. Nfl network's Tiffany Blackmon reports on new Carolina panthers owner david Tepper's introductory press with conference, detailing how he plans to change the controversial culture of the team that existed from the previous regime. Nfl, france's Kante may be best player in World Cup. Si's Grant Wahl discusses France's victory over Belgium to advance to the world Cup 2018 final, and why French midfielder Ngolo kante may be the best player in the entire tournament. Sports Illustrated 1, cancel, settings, off, hD, hQ,. Lo, philadelphia this has been quite the prove-it season for doug Pederson, who not too long ago was viewed by many as an underwhelming choice as Philadelphia eagles coach but is now taking his team to the super Bowl.
Safe haven of Srebrenica in 1995, during the bosnian war. Ambassador Samantha power said "100 plus". Personnel are ready to monitor evacuations once there is a green light. She said following the siege of eastern Aleppo, there have been "many, many reports of people being pulled off buses and disappeared, whether into conscription or into torture chambers or killed business outright.". Doesn't know because it's not there, power said, but if monitors are deployed it could deter "some of the worst excesses." associated Press writer Edith. Lederer at the United Nations contributed to this report. Replay video, up next, alexi lalas, kelly Smith discuss France's 1-0 semifinal win.
return, 1,500 people will be allowed to leave two besieged rebel-held towns, madaya and Zabadani, near the lebanon border. At the United Nations, the compromise text of the resolution calls for the United Nations and other institutions to monitor the evacuations and demands that. Chief Ban ki-moon urgently consult all parties on the immediate deployment of the monitors. France and Russia, who submitted rival draft resolutions, struck a compromise text after more than three hours of closed-door consultations by the. Security council on Sunday. The draft text also demands that all parties allow unconditional and immediate access for the. And its partners to deliver humanitarian aid and medical care "and respect and protect all civilians across Aleppo and throughout Syria.". Ambassador Francois Delattre, who expressed hope that the resolution will be approved, said the goal is to avoid "a new Srebrenica a reference to the massacre of nearly 8,000 Bosnian Muslims who sought protection in the.
Al-mayadeen aired live footage from Aleppo, showing buses it said were carrying opposition fighters and civilians heading west, toward rebel-held parts of supermarket the Aleppo province. If the evacuation from Aleppo is completed later on Monday, it will close another chapter in Syria's civil war, now in its sixth year, with rebels having no remaining presence in Syria's largest city and the country's once commercial center. The rebels captured eastern Aleppo in July 2012 and held on to it despite a ferocious assault in the past weeks by syrian government forces, backed by russia and a host of Shiite militias from Iraq, lebanon, Iran and Afghanistan. The captured of the entire city would be President Bashar Assad's biggest victory since the syrian conflict began in March 2011. Observatory's chief Rami Abdurrahman said he expected Aleppo evacuations to be completed sometime on Monday. He said the evacuations will happen in three phases. First, 1,250 people from foua and Kfarya will leave in return for the government allowing half of the people still in eastern Aleppo to head to rebel-held parts of the country.
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Beirut (AP) — a fragile cease-fire was back on in Syria on Monday, as buses resumed evacuating those still remaining in eastern Aleppo following days of delays and others departed with the sick and wounded from two rebel-besieged Shiite villages in the country's north. At the United Nations, the security council was expected to vote within hours on a resolution seeking to deploy. Monitors to Aleppo immediately in order to prevent what France has warned could be "mass atrocities" by syrian forces and allied pro-government militias as they assume control of all of the rebel enclave. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and the pan-Arab Al-mayadeen tv said that 10 buses left with civilians from the two Shiite villages long besieged by rebels — foua and Kfarya — and were on their way to government-controlled areas on Monday. According to the deal, more than 2,000 sick and wounded are supposed to leave the villages. The Observatory and the pan-Arab tv said 15 additional buses entered the two villages to bring out more people. The evacuations from the villages were added on as conditions to a turkey- and Russia-brokered cease-fire deal that paved way for the last rebels and civilians to leave the remainder of the rebel enclave in the eastern half of Aleppo. The departure from the villages had stalled on Sunday database after militants burned six empty buses assigned to take the villagers out. On the Aleppo front, the Observatory reported shortly before midnight Sunday that government forces have allowed five buses to leave from the last sliver of rebel territory in the east of the city.