Tuesday, December 13, 2016

85 | The April 10, 2015 death of Jim "Bucky" Mutscheller, of 1958 Colts-Giants 'Greatest Game Ever Played'


Tight End = 42/87

This post was inspired by the death of Konrad Reuland, December 12, 2016, the formers Ravens/Jets/Colts TE.

In 2015, it was a former NFL player, dead at 85, a standout number in the National Football League.  He is remembered for his big catch that setup the game tying touchdown in 1958, on a pass from Johnny Unitas, against the New York Giants.  That was when the Colts were in Baltimore, where the Ravens now play.


His name gematria connects to 'Indianapolis', 'New England' and 'New York City'.  (So did Konrand Reuland's name)


Jim = 14/32; Mutscheller = 46/55/136 (Patriots = 37/46) (NYG = 46)


His death was just before Frank Gifford's of the Giants, who died in August of 2015 by the numbers.  It was his death that began to unravel clues for a rematch of the 1958 and 1959 championship games between the Colts and Giants.


Let us examine the birth and death numerology.

His birthday, March 31, is the 90th day of the year.  331 is the 67th prime; Blood Sacrifice = 67

3/31/1930 = 3+31+19+30 = 83 (Football)
3/31/1930 = 3+31+(1+9+3+0) = 47 (First Super Bowl in 47th season)
3/31/1930 = 3+3+1+1+9+3+0 = 20 (Death)
3/31/30 = 3+31+30 = 64

He died on the 100th day of the year.  (Playoffs = 37/46/100)

4/10//2015 = 4+10+20+15 = 49
4/10/2015 = 4+10+(2+0+1+5) = 22
4/10/2015 = 4+1+0+2+0+1+5 = 13
4/10/15 = 4+10+15 = 29 (Football = 29/83)

The date of his death also looks a bit like '41', or '4/10'.

Notre Dame = 41; Baltimore = 41; Super Bowl = 41; 41, the 13th prime

His death was announced on April 13, the 103rd day of the year, the 27th prime.  Andrew Luck is 27-years old in the 2016-17 campaign.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Mutscheller

His nickname Bucky is interesting.  Bucky = 17/26/62; Bucky Mutscheller = 63/72/81/198



http://www.foxsports.com/nfl/story/former-baltimore-colts-tight-end-mutscheller-dies-at-85-041315

His death was 667-days before Super Bowl 51, February 5, 2017.

I wonder if he died a day early.