Despite being a five-time Pro Bowler, a Super Bowl champ with the 49ers, and in the minds of some a fringe Hall-of-Famer, for many, Ricky Watters will forever be remembered for this moment of ignominy. On September 3rd, 1995, in his very first game as an Eagle, Watters short-armed a pass from QB Randall Cunningham to avoid getting plastered by a Tampa Bay defender. His self-preservation tactics drew boos from the crowd, but the real blunder came after the game, as Watters was asked about the incident in the press conference. “I’m not going to trip up there and get knocked out,” offered Watters by way of explanation, before asking the four-word rhetorical question that would drew the ire of millions of Green-Bleeders: “For who? For what?” – The 700 Level

I swore that I wasn’t going to LIKE this cover band thing.

I swore that I wasn’t going to allow myself to FEEL it.


I ended up falling in LOVE.

I would like you to give a warm round for applause for the best damn cover band – ever.fwfw-LOGOFINAL-INVERT