Last Team Standing: How the Steelers and the Eagles–“The Steagles”–Saved Pro Football During World War II

November 29, 2010 by  
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A League of Their Own meets Friday Night Lights: The American home front in World War II as seen through a unique season in NFL history During World War II, the National Football League faced a crisis unimaginable today: a shortage of players. By 1943, so many players were in the armed forces that the league was forced to fold one team (the Cleveland Rams) and merge two others: the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Philadelphia Eagles. Thus were the Steagle… More >>

Last Team Standing: How the Steelers and the Eagles–“The Steagles”–Saved Pro Football During World War II

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