Support SideLion Report on Twitter and You Could win an NFL Films DVD


The giveaways have been coming fast and furious lately, here comes another! All you have to do to enter is to send a “Follow Friday” tweet promoting the SideLion Report twitter account on December 23. Something as simple as #FF @SideLionReport will suffice although you’re certainly welcome to spice it up.

One winner will be selected at random to receive Two Minutes to Glory on DVD. This new production from NFL Films and Vivendi Entertainment was just released on December 20 with a suggested retail price of $19.97 but one DVD has been made available to us to give away to a reader. Here is more about the DVD from the official release:

In this must-have DVD, fans will relive the chaotic euphoria that is the final two minutes of an NFL game. Packed with the emotion, the heartbreak and the triumph fans love to experience, Two Minutes to Glory will detail the thrilling stories of the greatest comebacks in NFL history and the legendary players who made them happen. Some of the greatest “two-minute” quarterbacks of all-time including John Elway, Peyton Manning, Joe Montana and Tom Brady will be profiled on this one of a kind DVD.

Two Detroit Lions drives are included, both happen to be from games against the Cleveland Browns. Bobby Lane’s late game drive in the 1957 NFL Championship Game and Matthew Stafford’s heroics in 2009 give Lions fans something special to look for after popping the DVD into their player.

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  • http://calltothepen.com/ SorianoJoe

    Wow! You guys have the greatest giveaways! Gonna enter this, that DVD sounds sweet! Just entered, and I hope they ignored the Panthers SB loss. That and Mo blowing the save against the D’Backs are two moments in sports history that I just can’t watch haha.