marketplace. buy, sell, trade. the best alternative to auctions
Sell.comSell NowView My StuffSearch

View your cartSign In

   Browse Categories       Browse by Location       Basic Search       Advanced Search   

Full Color Football: History of the AFL on FLASHDRIVE or DVD    Items for Sale    Sports Memorabilia    Football    NFL    2RLNDS   

Available for the first time on ether DVD format (2 DVD set) or a 8GB Flash Drive. Either way HD Quality
Just SELECT format by sending a message after the sale is complete. (Flash Drives will vary and may not look like the Football Flash Drive in photo, as it may be a an ordinary Flash Drive)

Now you can just plug in this 8GB Flash Drive and watch on ANY DEVICE that supports an MP4 Format whether it's your PC, Laptop or Smart TV. Just make sure that the device supports MP4 video which MOST PC's, LAPTOPS & SMART TV'S DO!


Episode 1: The New Frontier
When 26 year old Lamar Hunt's dream of owning a pro football team is road-blocked by the NFL, Hunt dreams bigger and starts a new league. The AFL's early days coincide with the dawn of a new age in America, reflected in the energy of a young president and the grand national ambition to reach the moon. Pro football was well on its way to becoming America's game and it would do so with help from the most powerful machine of the age: television. Watch the other league's earliest days—through the stories of eye witnesses like John Madden, Dan Rather, Larry King, Tim Russert, Hank Stram and Jim Brown—in episode one of "Full Color Football."

Episode 2: Times They Are A Changin'
The AFL enters its 4th season with the assassination of John F. Kennedy and the passing of the Civil Rights Movement changing the landscape of America. The ripple effects were felt in the AFL, where the Sid Gillman helped the Chargers become the premier offensive team in the league, winning the AFL championship in 1963. Other teams like the Boston Patriots were just trying to get noticed in their own towns. And the Bills won back-to-back titles—and the hearts and minds of Buffalo fans—with a dominating defense. Sports and society finally intersect in 1965, when African-American players lead a boycott of the All Star game.

Episode 3: War and Peace
Bolstered by a generous new TV contract from NBC, the AFL wages war against the NFL by outbidding and even kidnapping top college prospects to join the new league. The arrival of Joe Namath revives a sagging New York franchise, while existing stars Lance Alworth, Willie Brown, Clem Daniels and others set records and increase attendance. When the Giants raid the Bills for kicker Pete Gogolak, the AFL retaliates by signing some of the NFL's biggest stars, forcing a merger between the leagues—an agreement that ends the football wars and creates a world championship game that would come to be known as the Super Bowl.

Episode 4: Revolution
The AFL's quest for respectability takes another hit after the Raiders are soundly beaten in Super Bowl II. In 1968, amid the backdrop of the Vietnam War, the civil rights movement and the assassinations of Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, a league full of rebels and misfits continue to revolt against the establishment. Broadway Joe matures from showman into a champion quarterback. The Jets defeat the Raiders for the 1968 AFL championship. Namath guarantees a victory in Super Bowl III over the mighty Baltimore Colts and then delivers the greatest upset in the history of sports.

Episode 5: The Final Frontier
It's 1969 and anything is possible—the Jets upset the Colts in Super Bowl III, Man walks on the Moon—but the AFL is still considered separate and unequal in the eyes of the NFL. The debate over how the leagues will be realigned is long and contentious. The now predominant figure in all of pro football, Joe Namath, nearly retires under attack from the NFL establishment. But the league of possibility will make its mark for years to come. Innovations like the West Coast offense and stack defense are born in the AFL. Under Hank Stram, the Kansas City Chiefs dominate the Vikings in Super Bowl IV, becoming the first team with more blacks than whites to win a championship. The AFL finally has its respect. And with the dawn of Monday Night Football, the newly merged NFL is now the most popular sport in America.

Full Color Football: History of the AFL on FLASHDRIVE or DVD
Full Color Football: History of the AFL on FLASHDRIVE or DVD

This listing has been disabled, and is no longer available.


Seller Info
Name: RareStuff (0) 
Member Since: 14-Oct-2011
Last Login: more than 1 month ago
View more ads from RareStuff
Save this seller to your favorites

Listing Info
Asking Price: $33.00 (Fixed) US Dollars
Quantity: 1 (New condition)
Location: United States Port Saint Lucie, FL [United States]
Shipping: Shipping within United States:
US Postal Service 2-9 Day Parcel Select: FREE

Shipping outside of United States:
International Service:
Refund Policy: No refunds.
Date Posted: more than 1 month ago Marketplace. Buy & Sell Anything. Secured By Part of the network.

Copyright © 1999-2019, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Terms of Use.
Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners.

Digicert Marketplace. the best alternative to auctions.Sell Homes, easy list, fast sale.
Join our network.