Pro Football Hall of Famer Claude Humphrey Dies @ 77
Check out the typo in the headline. Is this really a mistake? You’ll see why it’s probably not.
Super Bowl 56 Connections
He went to college at Tennessee State.
The upcoming Super Bowl is the 56th.
Tennessee State went 5-6 this season.
The Falcons, who Claude spent most of his career with, are currently 5-6 in their 56th season.
“Claude Humphrey” = 65 died on a date with Primary numerology of 56:
This year’s Super Bowl will be played on the 44th day of the year:
He spent most of his career playing in Atlanta, home of the 404 area code.
News of his death broke while #1 Georgia was getting beaten by Alabama in College Football.
Eddie George / Nick Sirianni
Tennessee State just completed their first season under new head coach Eddie George, a feared running back during his time playing for the Tennessee Titans. George was born in Philadelphia, who Claude Humphrey represented in Super Bowl XV.
Humphrey’s death at 77 is interesting – the article emphasizes that he was part of Atlanta’s ’77 defense that still holds a record for fewest points allowed per game. Despite this achievement, they missed the playoffs with a 7-7 record.
That season was the final year the NFL played only 14 games. Humphrey was not inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Game until ’14, which fell 33 years after he retired. “ATL” = 33 sits on the 33rd parallel, and news of his death broke a span of 33 days after Atlanta won the World Series.
FOX’s headline with “as” instead of “at” has gematria of 487.
487 is the 93rd Prime number
Humphrey only played for one NFL championship when he played for the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 15. The Eagles are in the midst of their first season with head coach Nick Sirianni, who was hired on 1/24. Claude’s death made the news on 12/4.
The 65th Prime number is 313
Retroactive stats show that Humphrey had 130 sacks in his 13 NFL seasons. He died during Week 13 in the NFL. This year’s Super Bowl will be the first one played on the 13th day of the month in almost half a century.
Claude was notable for an incident during Super Bowl XV where he threw a penalty flag back at the referee. That ref was Ben Dreith, who just passed away at the age of 96 earlier this year.
Dreith died a span of 13 days after Eddie George was hired at Tennessee State. Humphrey died 13 days after the final game of Tennessee State’s football season.
Dreith and Humphrey died a span of 223 days apart. “Philadelphia” = 223. That’s the 48th Prime number, and Eddie George is 48 years old.