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NFL: Football Teams with the Most Hall of Fame Game Wins

Tom Benson Hall Of Fame Stadium In Canton, Ohio Where The Hall Of Fame Game Is Played

Tom Benson Hall Of Fame Stadium In Canton, Ohio, Where The Hall Of Fame Game Is Played

NFL Football is officially on.

The end of every (at last, it’s over) offseason is declared with the Hall of Fame exhibition game.

It’s played, of course, in Canton, Ohio, home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, on the Sunday following Saturday’s induction ceremony, and kicks off the preseason.

On Saturday, six players and two general managers were enshrined, including Jerome Bettis, Tim Brown, Junior Seau and five-time (the most) Super Bowl champion Charles Haley.

On Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings won their third HOF Game over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Three other teams have won three times.

That’s not the most, though. The Washington Redskins edge out the Chicago Bears 5-4 for the top two slots.

TEAM HOF GAME WINS YEAR LOSER SCORE AS
Washington Redskins 5 1965 Detroit Lions 20 – 3
1975 Cincinnati Bengals 17 – 9
1989 Buffalo Bills 31 – 6
2004 Denver Broncos 20 – 17
2008 Indianapolis Colts 30 – 16
Chicago Bears 4 1968 Dallas Cowboys 30 – 24
1977 New York Jets 20 – 6
1990 Cleveland Browns 13 – 0
2005 Miami Dolphins 27 – 24
Minnesota Vikings 3 1982 Baltimore Colts 30 – 14
1997 Seattle Seahawks 28 – 26
2015 Pittsburgh Steelers 14 – 3
New York Giants 3 1985 Houston Oilers 21 – 20
2002 Houston Texans 34 – 17
2014 Buffalo Bills 17 – 13
Oakland Raiders 3 1979 Dallas Cowboys 20 – 13
1993 Green Bay Packers 19 – 3 Los Angeles Raiders
2006 Philadelphia Eagles 16 – 10
Pittsburgh Steelers 3 1963 Cleveland Browns 16 – 7
1983 New Orleans Saints 27 – 14
2007 New Orleans Saints 20 – 7
Cleveland Browns 2 1981 Atlanta Falcons 24 – 10
1999 Dallas Cowboys 20 – 17
Dallas Cowboys 2 2010 Cincinnati Bengals 16 – 7
2013 Miami Dolphins 24 – 20
Indianapolis Colts 2 1964 Pittsburgh Steelers 48 – 17 Baltimore Colts
1996 New Orleans Saints 10 – 3
Kansas City Chiefs 2 1972 New York Giants 23 – 17
2003 Green Bay Packers 9 – 0
New England Patriots 2 1986 St. Louis Cardinals 21 – 16
2000 San Francisco 49ers 20 – 0
New Orleans Saints 2 1970 Minnesota Vikings 14 – 13
2012 Arizona Cardinals 17 – 10
Philadelphia Eagles 2 1967 Cleveland Browns 28 – 13
1978 Miami Dolphins 17 – 3
San Francisco 49ers 2 1973 New England Patriots 20 – 7
1987 Kansas City Chiefs 20 – 7
St. Louis Rams 2 1971 Houston Oilers 17 – 6 Los Angeles Rams
2001 Miami Dolphins 17 – 10
Arizona Cardinals 1 1974 Buffalo Bills 21 – 13 St. Louis Cardinals
Atlanta Falcons 1 1994 San Diego Chargers 21 – 17
Carolina Panthers 1 1995 Jacksonville Jaguars 20 – 14
Cincinnati Bengals 1 1988 Los Angels Rams 14 – 7
Denver Broncos 1 1976 Detroit Lions 10 – 7
Detroit Lions 1 1991 Denver Broncos 14 – 3
Green Bay Packers 1 1969 Atlanta Falcons 38 – 24
New York Jets 1 1992 Philadelphia Eagles 41 – 14
Seattle Seahawks 1 1984 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38 – 0
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 1998 Pittsburgh Steelers 30 – 6
Tennessee Titans 1 2009 Buffalo Bills 21 – 18
Baltimore Ravens 0
Buffalo Bills 0
Houston Texans 0
Jacksonville Jaguars 0
Miami Dolphins 0
San Diego Chargers 0

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Athletes That Have Appeared in ESPN The Magazine’s The Body Issue

The 2015 edition of ESPN The Magazine’s The Body Issue is out and another 24 athletes will grace its pages in the artistic buff – 23 for the first time.

Skier Laird Hamilton is making his second appearance. In the seven editions since The Body Issue’s debut in 2009, only two athletes have appeared more than once: Hamilton in 2009 and 2015 and figure skater Julia Mancuso in 2009 and 2010.

SPORT ATHLETE EDITION
1. Basketball 16 Dwight Howard 2009
Cappie Pondexter 2009
Diana Taurasi 2010
Amare Stoudamire 2010
Sylvia Fowles 2011
Blake Griffin 2011
Tyson Chandler 2012
Candace Parker 2012
John Wall 2013
Kenneth Faried 2013
Swin Cash 2013
Serge Ibaka 2014
Angel McCoughtry 2014
Brittney Griner 2015
Kevin Love 2015
DeAndre Jordan 2015
1. Football 16 Adrian Peterson 2009
Casey Hampton 2009
Torry Holt 2009
Patrick Willis 2010
Herschel Walker* 2010
Steven Jackson 2011
Rob Gronkowski 2012
Maurice Jones-Drew 2012
Colin Kaepernick 2013
Vernon Davis 2013
Marshawn Lynch 2014
Larry Fitzgerald 2014
Odell Beckham Jr. 2015
Jack Mewhort 2015
Anthony Castonzo 2015
Todd Herremans 2015
3. Volleyball 14 Kim Glass 2010
U.S. Women’s National Volleyball Team 2012* 2012
Destinee Hooker 2012
Megan Hodge 2012
Alisha Glass 2012
Stacy Sykora 2012
Kerri Walsh Jennings 2013
Gabrielle Reece 2015
Eddie Matz 2009
Tim Struby 2009
Carol Hamilton 2009
Michele Rauter 2009
Noah Kaiser 2009
Greg Hunter 2009
3. World Football (Soccer) 14 Oguchi Onyewu 2009
Natasha Kai 2009
Chris Pontius 2009
Bryan Namoff 2009
Clyde Simms 2009
Tim Howard 2010
Hope Solo 2011
Carlos Bocanegra 2012
Abby Wambach 2012
Sydney Leroux 2013
Omar Gonzalez 2014
Megan Rapinoe 2014
Ali Krieger 2015
Jermaine Jones 2015
5. Ice Hockey 11 Zdeno Chara 2009
Chris Higgins 2009
Sheldon Souray 2009
Bill Guerin 2009
Mike Komisarek 2009
Julie Chu 2011
Ryan Kesler 2011
Brad Richards 2012
Joffrey Lupul 2013
Hilary Knight 2014
Tyler Seguin 2015
6. Baseball 9 Nelson Cruz 2009
Joba Chamberlain 2009
Ivan Rodriguez 2009
Jose Reyes 2011
José Bautista 2012
Giancarlo Stanton 2013
Matt Harvey 2013
Prince Fielder 2014
Bryce Harper 2015
6. Golf 9 Christina Kim 2009
Sandra Gal 2009
Anna Grzebien 2009
Camilo Villegas 2010
Belen Mozo 2011
Suzann Pettersen 2012
Carly Booth 2013
Gary Player 2013
Sadena Parks 2015
6. Tennis 9 Serena Williams 2009
James Blake 2009
Vera Zvonareva 2011
Daniela Hantuchová 2012
Agnieszka Radwanska 2013
John Isner 2013
Venus Williams 2014
Tomas Berdych 2014
Stan Wawrinka 2015
9. Mixed Martial Arts 7 Gina Carano 2009
Randy Couture 2009
Evangelista Santos 2010
Cristiane Justino 2010
Jon “Bones” Jones 2011
Ronda Rousey 2012
Miesha Tate 2013
9. Surfing 7 Claire Bevilacqua 2009
Laird Hamilton 2009
Kelly Slater 2010
Stephanie Gilmore 2011
Maya Gabeira 2012
Coco Ho 2014
Laird Hamilton 2015
11. Boxing 5 Manny Pacquiao 2009
Sergio Martinez 2011
Marlen Esparza 2013
Bernard Hopkins 2014
Danyelle Wolf 2014
11. Snowboarding 5 Gretchen Bleiler 2011
Louie Vito 2011
Elena Hight 2013
Jamie Anderson 2014
Amy Purdy 2014
13. Auto Racing 4 Carl Edwards 2009
Mark Martin 2009
Helio Castroneves 2011
Courtney Force 2013
13. Gymnastics 4 Shawn Johnson 2009
Alicia Sacramone 2011
Danell Leyva 2012
Aly Raisman 2015
13. Swimming 4 Ryan Lochte 2009
Jeff Farrell 2010
Michael Phelps 2014
Natalie Coughlin 2015
13. Track and Field 4 Michelle Carter 2009
Lolo Jones* 2009
Philipa Raschker 2010
Natasha Hastings 2011
17. Rock Climbing 3 Steph Davis 2009
Chris Sharma 2013
Daila Ojeda 2013
17. Running 3 Ryan Hall 2011
Carmelita Jeter 2012
Walter Dix 2012
17. Skiing 3 Kristi Leskinen 2009
Julia Mancuso 2009
Julia Mancuso 2010
20. Archery 2 Erika Anschutz 2010
Khatuna Lorig 2015
20. Bobsledding 2 Steven Holcomb 2010
Aja Evans 2014
20. Figure Skating 2 Johnny Weir 2009
Evan Lysacek 2010
20. Horse Racing 2 Alexis Solis 2009
Mike Smith 2012
20. Motocross 2 Tarah Gieger 2013
Travis Pastrana 2014
20. Rowing 2 Susan Francia 2009
Oksana Masters 2012
20. Skateboarding 2 Lyn-Z Adams Hawkins 2014
Leticia Bufoni 2015
20. Speed Skating 2 Allison Baver 2009
Apolo Anton Ohno 2011
28. Billiards 1 Jeanette Lee 2010
28. BMX 1 Nigel Sylvester 2014
28. Bowling 1 Kelly Kulick 2011
28. Cliff Diving 1 Ginger Huber 2014
28. Decathlon 1 Ashton Eaton 2012
28. Fencing 1 Tim Morehouse 2012
28. Field Hockey 1 Paige Selenski 2015
28. Hammer Throw 1 Amanda Bingson 2015
28. Heptathlon 1 Chantae McMillan 2015
28. Javelin 1 Rachel Yurkovich 2010
28. Pentathlon (Paralympics) 1 Jeremy Campbell 2011
28. Roller Derby 1 Suzy Hotrod 2011
28. Rugby 1 Todd Clever 2015
28. Sailing 1 Anna Tunnicliffe 2012
28. Softball 1 Jessica Mendoza 2009
28. Sumo Wrestling 1 Byambajav Ulambayaryn 2009
28. Table Tennis 1 Biljana “Biba” Golic 2009
28. Triathlon (Paralympics) 1 Sarah Reinertsen 2009
28. Wakeboarding 1 Dallas Friday 2015
28. Water Polo 1 USA Women’s Water Polo Team* 2010
28. Weightlifting 1 Cheryl Haworth 2009
28. Wheelchair Tennis (Paralympics) 1 Esther Vergeer 2010
28. Yachting 1 Jimmy Spithill 2014

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Michelle Akers, Carli Lloyd and Players with the Most Goals Scored in a Single FIFA Women’s World Cup

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PLAYER COUNTRY GOALS WORLD CUP
1. Michelle Akers (GB)
USA* 10 1991
2. Marta (GB)
Brazil 7 2007
2. Birgit Prinz (GB)
Germany* 7 2003
2. Sun Wen (GB Tied)
China 7 1999
2. Heidi Mohr Germany 7 1991
2. Sissi (GB Tied)
Brazil 7 1999
7. Abby Wambach USA 6 2007
7. Ann Kristin Aarones (GB)
Norway* 6 1995
7. Linda Medalen Norway 6 1991
7. Celia Sasic (GB)
Germany 6 2015
7. Carli Lloyd
USA* 6 2015
7. Ragnhild Gulbrandsen Norway 6 2003
7. Carin Jennings USA* 6 1991
14. Birgit Prinz Germany* 5 2007
14. Hege Riise Norway* 5 1995
14. Homare Sawa (GB)
Japan* 5 2011
14. Cristiane Brazil 5 2007
14. Anja Mitag Germany 5 2015
14. Lena Videkull Sweden 5 1991

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