• It’s Cowboys Mt. Rushmore final voting time

    Summary of 30 articles · Updated Jun 7, 2013
    The beginning of the final Mt. Rushmore voting process ends in the NFC East, with the Eagles. It was refreshing to see the outcome of the fan voting for the Pro Football Talk Mt. Rushmore.  It’s been a few days since we’ve launched a new round of voting for the Pro Football Talk on NBCSN Mt. Rushmore, in large part because we’ve got no show this Friday, and we never have shows on Saturday or Sunday. But Cunningham wasn’t on my own Mt. Rushmore for the Eagles; Van Buren was.  Our Mt. Rushmore series heads to the NFC South on Wednesday as the franchise-defining faces of the Panthers and Saints are unveiled during Pro Football Talk on NBCSN. You can also keep voting for your favorite Giants, too. We’ll also be joined via phone by Emmitt Smith, who has a pretty good chance based on current voting to be one of the Cowboys’ four winners.
    • Falcons’ Mt. Rushmore honors past, present, future

      Through the first seven Mt. Rushmores unveiled on NBCSN’s Pro Football Talk, the official show selections (i.e., mine) meshed with at least three of the PFT Planet choices. For the first team unveiled on Thursday, the Bucs, we agreed on all four. For th
    • Recent success characterizes Saints’ Mt. Rushmore

      The Saints’ franchise went 33 years without winning a playoff game. In recent years, they’ve been a consistent contender, winning a Super Bowl. And so that history is reflected in any effort to identify the organization’s all-time greats. Half of th
    • Fans put a kicker on Panthers’ Mt. Rushmore

      The people have spoken. Panthers fans, when identifying the four figures who mean the most to the franchise, included kicker John Kasay among them. The PFT Planet selections for Carolina were unveiled on Wednesday’s Pro Football Talk on NBCSN. But Kasay
    • PFT on NBCSN: Archie Manning, Saints/Panthers Mt. Rushmores

      Our Mt. Rushmore series heads to the NFC South on Wednesday as the franchise-defining faces of the Panthers and Saints are unveiled during Pro Football Talk on NBCSN. Taking part in the discussion will be former Saints quarterback Archie Manning, who wi…
    • L.T. would have put Carson on the Giants’ Mt. Rushmore

      For plenty of NFL teams, it’s been difficult to whittle their all-time greats down to four people. The Giants were one of those teams. Lawrence Taylor was the only consensus member of the franchise’s all-time greats, showing up on 96 percent of the ba
    • Razor-thin margin for Eagles’ Mt. Rushmore

      The vote for the fourth spot on the Eagles’ Mt. Rushmore was as close as any vote we’ve ever conducted. As of Tuesday morning, Randall Cunningham, Norm Van Brocklin, Steve Van Buren, and Donovan McNabb were bunched together for the final spot. As the
    • PFT on NBCSN: Donovan McNabb, Lawrence Taylor, Giants/Eagles Mt. Rushmores

      We’ll be unveiling the four faces chosen to represent the Giants in our series of Mt. Rushmores for each team in the NFL and it would be a monumental surprise if Lawrence Taylor isn’t one of them. Taylor will join Erik Kuselias on Tuesday’s Pro Foot
    • Voting ends today for Giants, Eagles Mt. Rushmores

      The Pro Football Talk Mt. Rushmore series began Monday, with both the Cowboys and Redskins. On Tuesday, we continue with another pair of franchises that have storied histories: the Giants and the Eagles. Both have generated well over 50,000 total votes,…
    • PFT on NBCSN: Emmitt Smith, Cowboys/Redskins Mt. Rushmores

      Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been asking you for your votes about which four faces belong on the Mt. Rushmore for each of the NFL’s 32 teams. We’ll start unveiling the results on Monday’s edition of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN with the choi
    • Vote for the Carolina Mt. Rushmore

      The thing that was built in South Dakota gets a football equivalent in North Carolina. And, technically, South Carolina. Because the Panthers don’t discriminate between the two states named Carolina. Entering the league in 1995, there has been a decent
  • Eagles' Mount Rushmore candidates fuel debate

    Profootballtalk.com has been asking fans to vote for an Eagles Mount Rushmore -- the names of the four players most worthy of being immortalized in stone.
    Source: philly.com

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