Dub Jones played for the Cleveland Browns during their glory days winning championships in the NFL and AAFC. He is one of only three players in NFL history to score 6 touchdowns in one game. He shares stories accomplishing the feat and about the 1950 NFL Championship Game.

He also was a member of the Browns coaching staff when they won the 1964 NFL Championship Game. Jones fills us in about the Browns' game plan and tells us how Jim Brown was a valuable part of the Browns offense even on plays that he didn't touch the ball.

Dub is also the father of Baltimore Colts legend Bert Jones.  

The Game before the Money Podcast is hosted and produced by Jackson Michael, author of The Game before the Money: Voices of the Men Who Built the NFL, published by the University of Nebraska Press. You can learn more football history at https://TheGameBeforeTheMoney.com .

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