Quick Hit Signs Four NFL Super Bowl Coaches to the Quick Hit Football Roster; Coaching Legends Billick, Johnson, Landry and Reeves Join Head Coach Cowher in Quick Hit Football

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Quick Hit, a leading developer and publisher of premium, free to play online sports games has announced that four NFL Coaches will be featured in Quick Hit Football, launching this fall. Brian Billick, Dan Reeves, Jimmy Johnson and Tom Landry will all join Bill Cowher on the virtual gridiron.

Now these Super Bowl Coaches will intensify that challenge - adding unique depth, authenticity and strategy to Quick Hit Football.

Quick Hit, Inc. ("Quick Hit"), a leading developer and publisher of premium, free-to-play online sports games, today announced that it has signed four additional NFL coaching legends to join Bill Cowher in Quick Hit Football™. This marks the first time that fans can test their coaching skills against legendary head coaches like Brian Billick, Jimmy Johnson, Dan Reeves, and Tom Landry in a free-to-play online football game.

An interactive and authentic football game, Quick Hit Football lets fans build, coach and manage their team on the virtual gridiron. Fans can enjoy the hard-hitting action by playing either multi-player or single-player (against the computer) online games. The single-player game offers fans the opportunity to play against Coaching Legends, calling the plays and formations and making the decisions to lead their team to victory. Each Coaching Legend comes with a tailor made roster, playbook and game plan, allowing fans to experience the strategies and skills that vaulted these legends into the upper echelon of football's coaching elite.

"Quick Hit's vision was always to have fans test their football IQ against the best players in the world," said Jeffrey Anderson, founder and CEO of Quick Hit. "Now these Super Bowl Coaches will intensify that challenge - adding unique depth, authenticity and strategy to Quick Hit Football."

Coming this fall, four new coaches will join Bill Cowher in Quick Hit Football:

•Brian Billick - Super Bowl-winning coach of the Baltimore Ravens
Billick compiled a 42-28 record (.600) in his first four years with the Baltimore Ravens, including a Super Bowl title in 2000. Baltimore defeated the New York Giants, 34-7, in Super Bowl XXXV, highlighted by its record-setting defense anchored by Ray Lewis. Prior to Baltimore, Billick was highly regarded for his masterful offensive coordination in Minnesota, where he set several offensive records, including most points scored in a season (556) and most touchdowns (41.)

  • Jimmy Johnson - Two-time Super Bowl Winner and an NCAA Championship Title

Johnson was the first head coach in football history to win both a Super Bowl (Dallas Cowboys in 1992 and 1993) and an NCAA Championship (University of Miami in 1987). His postseason winning percentage of .875 (7-1 record) is the second best in NFL history. Johnson remains a prominent figure in the game, offering his expert analysis each week as a commentator for FOX NFL Sunday.

  • Dan Reeves - Four-time Super Bowl coach and NFL Coach of the Year

The youngest head coach upon taking the reins of the Denver Broncos in 1981, Reeves coached Denver to six post-season berths, five divisional titles, three conference crowns and three Super Bowl appearances in 12 years. In fact, he led the Broncos to the Super Bowl three times during a span of four years.

  • Tom Landry - Two-time Super Bowl-winner and Coaching Icon

One of the most successful coaches in NFL history, Landry compiled a 250-162-6 record in regular season play, winning 20 of his 36 playoff games in his 29 years. Landry guided the Cowboys to a record five Super Bowls, winning two of them. During his tenure, Dallas won 14 division championships in 21 consecutive winning seasons dominating opponents with a crushing defense led by Randy White and Ed "Too Tall" Jones, and the elusive speed of Tony Dorsett.

As previously announced, Bill Cowher, long-time coach of the Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers, was signed as the 'Head Coach' of Quick Hit Football. Currently a studio analyst for the NFL Today on CBS, Cowher will provide critical insight and tips to players of all levels.

ABOUT QUICK HIT FOOTBALL
Quick Hit Football is a free, authentic football coaching game that doesn't require a credit card or massive download. Its console-like graphics, hard-hitting pigskin action and feature-rich game play take online sports games to a whole new level. Play against real Coaches, including Bill Cowher, Brian Billick, Dan Reeves, Tom Landry and Jimmy Johnson. Unlike twitch-style games, Quick Hit Football offers a persistent season that lets fans build a football dynasty by earning fantasy points with every game, turning their rookies into professionals. Create your team today at http://www.quickhit.com.

ABOUT QUICK HIT
Headquartered in the shadow of the world-famous Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, Quick Hit, Inc. is developing premium, free-to-play, online sports games and entertainment for a global audience. Quick Hit's products fill a massive void in the sports industry by offering head-to-head competitions that combine a rich graphical environment, the accessibility of Adobe® Flash®, and the wide appeal of fantasy sports. Its first title, Quick Hit Football, is currently in Alpha and is scheduled to be released during the 2009 football season. For more information, visit http://www.quickhit.com.

Quick Hit, the Quick Hit logo and Quick Hit Football are trademarks or registered trademarks of Quick Hit, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other jurisdictions. Adobe and Flash are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Quick Hit and Quick Hit Football are not affiliated with, endorsed or licensed by the National Football League or the National Football League Players Association in any way.

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