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Best HOF bust ever, Ed Reed

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COMMENTS

  • Yohoho920
    3820 points Aug 04,2019, 9:51am

    Uh, actually this is surprisingly not hyperbole. That is a damn good bust.

  • The740
    2171 points Aug 04,2019, 10:12am

    Reed dressing like the old guys playing dominos all day on the front porch of the diner.

  • Majin-Steve
    784 points Aug 04,2019, 10:20am

    Ed Reed reminds of those cool-ass gangster cats from cartoons, dressed like from the 20’s and 30’s with zoot suits.

  • quaestor44
    237 points Aug 04,2019, 10:34am

    Worst ever: Deion Sanders.

  • Jobbe03
    960 points Aug 04,2019, 9:52am

    Ed Reed is the coolest motherfucker i've ever seen

  • EricDeCosta
    285 points Aug 04,2019, 9:58am

    Reed looks like he belongs in the 1980s here lol

    Also I kinda wish his bust had a cigar

  • Silesx
    230 points Aug 04,2019, 10:25am
  • MyFinale
    74 points Aug 04,2019, 10:30am

    Whoever makes the HoF busts is a goddamn masterful artist. They're almost always so fucking good.

  • SupermansBrother
    63 points Aug 04,2019, 10:40am

    Hell yes it is. I'm low key wanting Phillip Lindsay to have a HOF career so we can see a bust with his crazy afro someday.

  • senior_dgaf
    111 points Aug 04,2019, 10:36am

    Ed Reed look like he about to offer me wealth and power for the price of my soul

  • FlightOfTheShortGuy
    43 points Aug 04,2019, 10:48am

    Ed Reed in the NFL 100 commercial was amazing. I’m thankful I got to see him play.

  • Santos131
    25 points Aug 04,2019, 10:40am

    My dude is SWEATIN

  • aresef
    18 points Aug 04,2019, 10:44am

    It’ll go next to the bust of Terry Crews they gave Ray

  • psych0ranger
    18 points Aug 04,2019, 10:59am

    "Grandpa. It looks like a looney tunes bomb went off in this guys face. Who is he?"

    Grandpa looks into distance and smiles...

  • superslayer44
    18 points Aug 04,2019, 12:03pm

    Never forget being a little boy losing my SHIT from the stands as Ed Reed took that interception 108 yard to the house against the Eagles. Rarely got to go to the Ravens game, and that play made me feel like I’d never missed an important play in my whole life, I was there for the one that mattered. Fuckin love you Ed ya sexy beast

  • Fineous4
    88 points Aug 04,2019, 10:23am

    If it wasn’t for his clothes and cigar you would swear Ed Reed was homeless.

  • OngoGablogianI
    7 points Aug 04,2019, 10:57am

    Holy shit look at those sweaty armpits.

  • doth_thou_even_hoist
    8 points Aug 04,2019, 10:42am

    that is one sweaty man

  • Negasmooth
    6 points Aug 04,2019, 11:50am

    Ed Reed is 40 years oldKeanu Reeves is 54 years old

  • servvits_ban_boner
    13 points Aug 04,2019, 10:26am

    Looks like the head of a Greek god.

  • Quexana
    21 points Aug 04,2019, 10:32am

    That same sculptor needs to do Polamalu next year.

  • Cut_Parkey
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 11:10am

    He looks like Joel Embiid with the old age filter.

  • iamthewillrus
    5 points Aug 04,2019, 12:02pm

    E-D Reed boy, best safety you've ever seen boy

  • destructopanda
    6 points Aug 04,2019, 12:49pm

    Ronaldo is shaking

  • novaquasarsuper
    5 points Aug 04,2019, 2:19pm

    Why has Ed Reed always looked like he skipped over his 30's?

  • Timeforanotheracct51
    59 points Aug 04,2019, 10:17am

    No one's gonna comment on him sweating through his jacket? Alrighty then.

  • Nevermore60
    9 points Aug 04,2019, 12:59pm

    9/10, no cigar

  • El_Jefe_Stathole
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 11:19am

    Ummm anyone consider maybe the bust isn't what's so great but instead the cast? That dude is good looking. There I said it.

  • Cheetara86
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 11:37am

    His wood brimmed hat deserves a place in the Hall too.

  • MidwayRoar54
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 12:50pm

    Bruhhh, so well deserved! Loved watching him and Troy on Sundays. Epitome of Safety play.

  • oldblueeyes182
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 1:01pm

    Other than Dawkins last year, Ed's speech is my favorite of all time.

  • Drainbownick
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 1:16pm

    Also best HOF ramble complete with hilarious slip of the tongue and mad AFCN shade

  • EXPANDTHANOSASS
    37 points Aug 04,2019, 9:46am

    Ed Reed is unnecessarily attractive

  • Its__Rubio
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 10:51am

    Safeties get no respect smh

  • APF429
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 11:00am

    Shame I had to grow up hating this dude.

    What a beast.

  • Dogheadcatdick
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 11:10am

    I wonder if his bust will start talking to John Madden

  • spursss
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 11:34am

    Greatest safety ever looking like he could run the table

  • JRockstar50
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 11:41am

    This is great, but if you've been to the HOF and seen Jerry Rice's bust, it looks like his severed head on display. The bronze color even matches his skin tone petfectly

  • dibdob93
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 12:00pm

    That's "New York Jets Legend" Ed Reed thank you very much

  • jonchernov3
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 12:07pm

    How to be a pimp at your hall of fame induction

  • CapRavOr
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 12:33pm

    Seeing Ed Reed play from draft to Super Bowl to HOF super proud father. God bless you, Ball Hawk.

  • Denoginizer
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 12:49pm

    I think it helps that he used a more current look rather than having the sculptor use a shitty image from his early playing days

  • 12_Shades_of_Brady
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 1:45pm

    The only raven I can truly say I loved. Having gone to college as a pats fan in Baltimore, I have no love for the Ravens, but Ed was the best pure defensive player I’ve ever seen in my opinion. Watching him play (I saw all their games for 4 years) was a treat.

  • chacer98
    5 points Aug 04,2019, 10:40am

    he's a sweaty boy

  • THEW0NDERW0MBAT
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 11:27am

    Jim Carrey wore that same outfit in The Mask

  • Dedzig
    5 points Aug 04,2019, 11:52am

    I'm a Steelers fan but I concur. Well, till next year at least. I have a feeling Troy's could be pretty epic.

  • helio987
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 11:01am

    haha..love it, can't wait to see the bust for Troy Polamalu.

  • NeverTopComment
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:00am

    He looks like a Greek God.

  • faithjoypack
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:04am

    This is pretty amazing compared to the others.

  • wextippler
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:10am

    yeah that's what I want my bust to look like

    It's a shame they didn't include the cigar.

  • dalegribbledeadbug
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:15am

    I thought the biggest HOF bust was Joe Namath.

  • homiesovahoes420
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:15am

    It kinda looks like Morgan Freeman lol

  • Rshackleford22
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:17am

    Damn he sweat thru the jacket

  • bdog1321
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:25am

    you know, for how intricate it is and given the track record for some...interesting busts, this really isn't that bad!

  • AstralBaconatorLord
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:40am

    Champs was pretty spot on

  • DJ-Fein
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:46am

    This bust really makes you feel like Ed Reed

  • Traveller_Guy
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:49am

    Sweating through the HOF jacket. Wow.

  • ArtVandelay013
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:02pm

    “Ravens in 4”

  • drainbamage91
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:03pm

    " I aint James Brown, I dont need no jacket!", and yet here he is dressin like the godfather of soul himself.

  • Jagabong
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:16pm

    HOF HOF bust

  • andrew4183
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:17pm

    “I hurt dawg”- Ed Reed

  • Peanut4michigan
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:20pm

    I still can't believe the Chiefs traded up for Ryan Sims knowing they could've traded down for Reed.

  • Neckbeardascended26
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:41pm

    Now he belongs to the ages.

  • BobaFentanyl
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:51pm

    Didn’t realize Ed Reed was a Dick Tracy villain.

  • Sks44
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:57pm

    I haven’t had to sculpt anything since college but I have made respect for anyone who can do hair that well.

  • badlydrawnjohn35
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:58pm

    Texans legend!

  • Pacamilk
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:22pm

    Texans legend

  • hosalabad
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:29pm

    That bust looks like it could suit up and play.

  • ebbilepsy
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:37pm

    One of the best players of all time.

  • buttscratcher23x3
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:52pm
  • thegoat060
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:56pm

    Can I get a Don Nelson bust?

  • dmorgsss
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:57pm

    Goat

  • HappyCakeDayisCringe
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 2:16pm

    How is Ed reed in the HoF already? Old.jpeg

  • mcdoubleandy
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 2:36pm

    Imagine Ed reeds reaction if they Ronaldo’d his bust

  • atomicbunny
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 3:04pm

    Ed Reed is Dirty Dee from Pootie Tang.

  • squidmuncha
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 3:19pm

    Best HOF bust ever for the best safety ever seems fitting

  • 20lbWeiner
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 3:19pm

    Larry Fitzgeralds bust will be awsome, the gotta do the dreads right?

  • Listen2Yourselves
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 3:52pm

    The amount of disrespect shown in the HOF game thread was disgusting. This one has redeemed it. Great guy.

  • pbplyr38
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 4:27pm

    Anyone else think Ed Reed looks like a homeless Kevin Hart?

  • thatonesportsguy
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 4:57pm

    Goat FS

  • dchaid
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 5:02pm

    o7

  • rjdude55
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 5:15pm

    Anyone else notice the pit stains?

  • DoubleJag_
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 5:17pm

    lmao that’s tuff

  • apex_editor
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 5:47pm

    I had this perception of Ed Reed that he was 38 yrs old for about 10 years.

  • KewlThanks
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 6:38pm

    Why are most of them so terrible? Like...lol just make it look like the guy...

  • JumboFister
    5 points Aug 04,2019, 10:36am

    God his beard and hair make him look like a homeless man sometimes. That is a real nice bust tho

  • Rbk_3
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 10:48am

    Still not as good as Christiano Ronaldo's bust

  • Levigamer09
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:57pm

    I think polamalu's is going to be fire with his hair

  • Moondo13
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:22pm

    How bout dem pit stains

  • RobbyJohnson
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 10:30am

    I would bust on that bust

  • BusinessBread
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 10:53am

    That's a certified beautician right there boys

  • ChachyBush
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 12:12pm

    Andre 3000?

  • Go_Fonseca
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 12:36pm

    What a bust!

  • crg339
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 1:10pm

    This is fantastic

  • Liltwin985
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 2:33pm

    St Rose LA on the map!! ❤️❤️❤️🙏🏼

  • mr-satan
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 2:45pm

    Ed Reed looks like a bad dude!

  • DespairImminent
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 2:53pm

    So fucking perfect.

  • avrus
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 3:12pm

    And he is genuinely into cigars. I've run into him the last 2 years at the big retailer cigar convention in Las Vegas. Dude is still fit as fuck, and was very nice to talk to.

  • CJDoober
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 3:28pm

    Man. His highlights though. Ugh. I miss him.

  • JCtheSwede
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 3:45pm

    Ed Reed was a bad motherfucker

  • vizualXmadman
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 3:54pm

    the best by far, some of the bust look the same its actully crazy

  • heyrak
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 4:12pm

    I feel like Reed looks like the bust more than the bust looks like Reed

  • Amber900
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 4:23pm

    Seriously, that bust is perfection.

  • SchurkAtturk
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 4:25pm

    I had to do a double take because I thought you were calling him a bust, yet a hall of fame quality bust. But his bust is indeed an HOF bust

  • HondaBn
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 4:26pm

    E D REED!

  • Talkingtwothyself
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 5:35pm

    Guy could hype anyone up!

  • Buettneria
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 5:56pm

    I was watching the HOF ceremony randomly for 5 mins, happened to see the unveiling and said out loud, no one around, "damn, that's a good bust."

  • UnlubricatedUnicorn
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 6:02pm

    He looks like a man who’d be a father figure to adult men who didn’t have fathers.

  • MissedFieldGoal
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 6:35pm

    I always wonder if some future generation will find these-- like the one's we found from ancient Rome. And that it'll lead to tales of legends and heros about our civilization.

  • fleecewill
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 6:46pm

    They did my boy right

  • lernington
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 6:53pm

    He looks like he's living his best life. Good for him.

  • No_Credibility
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 7:06pm

    "We get buckets youngblood"

  • NefariousBanana
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 7:52pm

    I PUT MY HEART IN THIS SHIT, DAWG

  • geedeekay
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 3:41pm

    Ed Reed = GOAT safety

    downvote me

  • DarthDave89
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 10:23am

    This is to make up for how they did Ray Lewis last year.

  • mtphisher
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 1:28pm

    Hopefully they get Troy Polamalu's hair looking this good next year.

  • sotpmoke
    -2 points Aug 04,2019, 10:57am

    Ed reed made millions but he still look homeless

  • foggybottom
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 12:55pm

    Looks like Kevin Hart a bit with a beard lol

  • KiNGofKiNG89
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 3:51pm

    The only thing I will ever remember about him was his 1 year with the Texans. Such a waste of money...

  • h4rlotsghost
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 4:06pm

    GOAT of ill advised laterals.

  • AZwildcatsNT
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 4:11pm

    One of my favorite players ever, well-deserved

  • Friend_Of_Mr_Cairo
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 5:00pm

    E-D Reed, boy!

    The best safety you ever seen, boy!

    (Although as a Steelers fan, my choice is Polamalu)

  • 2ZIPS
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 6:42pm

    Who knew Frederick Douglass was one of the greatest defensive backs of all time?

  • Hypnotic99
    -4 points Aug 04,2019, 3:29pm

    Until good ol Troy Polamalu gets inducted next year...

  • texasboylol
    -1 points Aug 04,2019, 4:17pm

    A bust????? You are tripping my guy

  • ShockTopMat
    -4 points Aug 04,2019, 1:09pm

    Can someone explain the “bust” part to me? I come in peace so please don’t attack me for being “so stupid”

  • UnwellHiC
    -2 points Aug 04,2019, 3:54pm

    terrible speech though

  • TallBobcat
    -3 points Aug 04,2019, 10:47am

    Canes fan, love the actual HC of our last team to,win a Natty. But, how many beers deep is he in this pic?

  • Raizorramon1
    -4 points Aug 04,2019, 4:14pm

    He was a beast on the field., get outta here with the bust nonsense

  • oaknutjohn
    -5 points Aug 04,2019, 12:55pm

    Is it easier to do busts for darker skinned people?

  • d0ntmess87
    -10 points Aug 04,2019, 11:42am

    How is he a bust if he made the hall of fame?

COMMENTS

  • Yohoho920
    3820 points Aug 04,2019, 9:51am

    Uh, actually this is surprisingly not hyperbole. That is a damn good bust.

  • The740
    2171 points Aug 04,2019, 10:12am

    Reed dressing like the old guys playing dominos all day on the front porch of the diner.

  • Majin-Steve
    784 points Aug 04,2019, 10:20am

    Ed Reed reminds of those cool-ass gangster cats from cartoons, dressed like from the 20’s and 30’s with zoot suits.

  • mbe8819
    581 points Aug 04,2019, 10:44am

    You know how in every “action/spy” movie, there’s always that one scene where the main character is like “I know a guy that might be able to help”?

    Reed looks like that guy.

  • quaestor44
    237 points Aug 04,2019, 10:34am

    Worst ever: Deion Sanders.

  • Jobbe03
    960 points Aug 04,2019, 9:52am

    Ed Reed is the coolest motherfucker i've ever seen

  • EricDeCosta
    285 points Aug 04,2019, 9:58am

    Reed looks like he belongs in the 1980s here lol

    Also I kinda wish his bust had a cigar

  • Silesx
    230 points Aug 04,2019, 10:25am
  • MyFinale
    74 points Aug 04,2019, 10:30am

    Whoever makes the HoF busts is a goddamn masterful artist. They're almost always so fucking good.

  • SupermansBrother
    63 points Aug 04,2019, 10:40am

    Hell yes it is. I'm low key wanting Phillip Lindsay to have a HOF career so we can see a bust with his crazy afro someday.

  • senior_dgaf
    111 points Aug 04,2019, 10:36am

    Ed Reed look like he about to offer me wealth and power for the price of my soul

  • FlightOfTheShortGuy
    43 points Aug 04,2019, 10:48am

    Ed Reed in the NFL 100 commercial was amazing. I’m thankful I got to see him play.

  • Santos131
    25 points Aug 04,2019, 10:40am

    My dude is SWEATIN

  • aresef
    18 points Aug 04,2019, 10:44am

    It’ll go next to the bust of Terry Crews they gave Ray

  • psych0ranger
    18 points Aug 04,2019, 10:59am

    "Grandpa. It looks like a looney tunes bomb went off in this guys face. Who is he?"

    Grandpa looks into distance and smiles...

  • superslayer44
    18 points Aug 04,2019, 12:03pm

    Never forget being a little boy losing my SHIT from the stands as Ed Reed took that interception 108 yard to the house against the Eagles. Rarely got to go to the Ravens game, and that play made me feel like I’d never missed an important play in my whole life, I was there for the one that mattered. Fuckin love you Ed ya sexy beast

  • Fineous4
    88 points Aug 04,2019, 10:23am

    If it wasn’t for his clothes and cigar you would swear Ed Reed was homeless.

  • OngoGablogianI
    7 points Aug 04,2019, 10:57am

    Holy shit look at those sweaty armpits.

  • doth_thou_even_hoist
    8 points Aug 04,2019, 10:42am

    that is one sweaty man

  • Negasmooth
    6 points Aug 04,2019, 11:50am

    Ed Reed is 40 years oldKeanu Reeves is 54 years old

  • servvits_ban_boner
    13 points Aug 04,2019, 10:26am

    Looks like the head of a Greek god.

  • Quexana
    21 points Aug 04,2019, 10:32am

    That same sculptor needs to do Polamalu next year.

  • Cut_Parkey
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 11:10am

    He looks like Joel Embiid with the old age filter.

  • iamthewillrus
    5 points Aug 04,2019, 12:02pm

    E-D Reed boy, best safety you've ever seen boy

  • destructopanda
    6 points Aug 04,2019, 12:49pm

    Ronaldo is shaking

  • novaquasarsuper
    5 points Aug 04,2019, 2:19pm

    Why has Ed Reed always looked like he skipped over his 30's?

  • Timeforanotheracct51
    59 points Aug 04,2019, 10:17am

    No one's gonna comment on him sweating through his jacket? Alrighty then.

  • Nevermore60
    9 points Aug 04,2019, 12:59pm

    9/10, no cigar

  • El_Jefe_Stathole
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 11:19am

    Ummm anyone consider maybe the bust isn't what's so great but instead the cast? That dude is good looking. There I said it.

  • Cheetara86
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 11:37am

    His wood brimmed hat deserves a place in the Hall too.

  • MidwayRoar54
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 12:50pm

    Bruhhh, so well deserved! Loved watching him and Troy on Sundays. Epitome of Safety play.

  • oldblueeyes182
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 1:01pm

    Other than Dawkins last year, Ed's speech is my favorite of all time.

  • Drainbownick
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 1:16pm

    Also best HOF ramble complete with hilarious slip of the tongue and mad AFCN shade

  • EXPANDTHANOSASS
    37 points Aug 04,2019, 9:46am

    Ed Reed is unnecessarily attractive

  • Its__Rubio
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 10:51am

    Safeties get no respect smh

  • APF429
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 11:00am

    Shame I had to grow up hating this dude.

    What a beast.

  • Dogheadcatdick
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 11:10am

    I wonder if his bust will start talking to John Madden

  • spursss
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 11:34am

    Greatest safety ever looking like he could run the table

  • JRockstar50
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 11:41am

    This is great, but if you've been to the HOF and seen Jerry Rice's bust, it looks like his severed head on display. The bronze color even matches his skin tone petfectly

  • dibdob93
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 12:00pm

    That's "New York Jets Legend" Ed Reed thank you very much

  • jonchernov3
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 12:07pm

    How to be a pimp at your hall of fame induction

  • CapRavOr
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 12:33pm

    Seeing Ed Reed play from draft to Super Bowl to HOF super proud father. God bless you, Ball Hawk.

  • Denoginizer
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 12:49pm

    I think it helps that he used a more current look rather than having the sculptor use a shitty image from his early playing days

  • 12_Shades_of_Brady
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 1:45pm

    The only raven I can truly say I loved. Having gone to college as a pats fan in Baltimore, I have no love for the Ravens, but Ed was the best pure defensive player I’ve ever seen in my opinion. Watching him play (I saw all their games for 4 years) was a treat.

  • chacer98
    5 points Aug 04,2019, 10:40am

    he's a sweaty boy

  • THEW0NDERW0MBAT
    4 points Aug 04,2019, 11:27am

    Jim Carrey wore that same outfit in The Mask

  • Dedzig
    5 points Aug 04,2019, 11:52am

    I'm a Steelers fan but I concur. Well, till next year at least. I have a feeling Troy's could be pretty epic.

  • helio987
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 11:01am

    haha..love it, can't wait to see the bust for Troy Polamalu.

  • NeverTopComment
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:00am

    He looks like a Greek God.

  • faithjoypack
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:04am

    This is pretty amazing compared to the others.

  • wextippler
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:10am

    yeah that's what I want my bust to look like

    It's a shame they didn't include the cigar.

  • dalegribbledeadbug
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:15am

    I thought the biggest HOF bust was Joe Namath.

  • homiesovahoes420
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:15am

    It kinda looks like Morgan Freeman lol

  • Rshackleford22
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:17am

    Damn he sweat thru the jacket

  • bdog1321
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:25am

    you know, for how intricate it is and given the track record for some...interesting busts, this really isn't that bad!

  • AstralBaconatorLord
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:40am

    Champs was pretty spot on

  • DJ-Fein
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:46am

    This bust really makes you feel like Ed Reed

  • Traveller_Guy
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 11:49am

    Sweating through the HOF jacket. Wow.

  • ArtVandelay013
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:02pm

    “Ravens in 4”

  • drainbamage91
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:03pm

    " I aint James Brown, I dont need no jacket!", and yet here he is dressin like the godfather of soul himself.

  • Jagabong
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:16pm

    HOF HOF bust

  • andrew4183
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:17pm

    “I hurt dawg”- Ed Reed

  • Peanut4michigan
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:20pm

    I still can't believe the Chiefs traded up for Ryan Sims knowing they could've traded down for Reed.

  • Neckbeardascended26
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:41pm

    Now he belongs to the ages.

  • BobaFentanyl
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:51pm

    Didn’t realize Ed Reed was a Dick Tracy villain.

  • Sks44
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:57pm

    I haven’t had to sculpt anything since college but I have made respect for anyone who can do hair that well.

  • badlydrawnjohn35
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:58pm

    Texans legend!

  • Pacamilk
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:22pm

    Texans legend

  • hosalabad
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:29pm

    That bust looks like it could suit up and play.

  • ebbilepsy
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:37pm

    One of the best players of all time.

  • buttscratcher23x3
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:52pm
  • thegoat060
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:56pm

    Can I get a Don Nelson bust?

  • dmorgsss
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:57pm

    Goat

  • HappyCakeDayisCringe
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 2:16pm

    How is Ed reed in the HoF already? Old.jpeg

  • mcdoubleandy
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 2:36pm

    Imagine Ed reeds reaction if they Ronaldo’d his bust

  • atomicbunny
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 3:04pm

    Ed Reed is Dirty Dee from Pootie Tang.

  • squidmuncha
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 3:19pm

    Best HOF bust ever for the best safety ever seems fitting

  • 20lbWeiner
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 3:19pm

    Larry Fitzgeralds bust will be awsome, the gotta do the dreads right?

  • Listen2Yourselves
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 3:52pm

    The amount of disrespect shown in the HOF game thread was disgusting. This one has redeemed it. Great guy.

  • pbplyr38
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 4:27pm

    Anyone else think Ed Reed looks like a homeless Kevin Hart?

  • thatonesportsguy
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 4:57pm

    Goat FS

  • dchaid
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 5:02pm

    o7

  • rjdude55
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 5:15pm

    Anyone else notice the pit stains?

  • DoubleJag_
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 5:17pm

    lmao that’s tuff

  • apex_editor
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 5:47pm

    I had this perception of Ed Reed that he was 38 yrs old for about 10 years.

  • KewlThanks
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 6:38pm

    Why are most of them so terrible? Like...lol just make it look like the guy...

  • JumboFister
    5 points Aug 04,2019, 10:36am

    God his beard and hair make him look like a homeless man sometimes. That is a real nice bust tho

  • Rbk_3
    3 points Aug 04,2019, 10:48am

    Still not as good as Christiano Ronaldo's bust

  • Levigamer09
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 12:57pm

    I think polamalu's is going to be fire with his hair

  • Moondo13
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 1:22pm

    How bout dem pit stains

  • RobbyJohnson
    2 points Aug 04,2019, 10:30am

    I would bust on that bust

  • BusinessBread
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 10:53am

    That's a certified beautician right there boys

  • ChachyBush
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 12:12pm

    Andre 3000?

  • Go_Fonseca
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 12:36pm

    What a bust!

  • crg339
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 1:10pm

    This is fantastic

  • Liltwin985
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 2:33pm

    St Rose LA on the map!! ❤️❤️❤️🙏🏼

  • mr-satan
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 2:45pm

    Ed Reed looks like a bad dude!

  • DespairImminent
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 2:53pm

    So fucking perfect.

  • avrus
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 3:12pm

    And he is genuinely into cigars. I've run into him the last 2 years at the big retailer cigar convention in Las Vegas. Dude is still fit as fuck, and was very nice to talk to.

  • CJDoober
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 3:28pm

    Man. His highlights though. Ugh. I miss him.

  • JCtheSwede
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 3:45pm

    Ed Reed was a bad motherfucker

  • vizualXmadman
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 3:54pm

    the best by far, some of the bust look the same its actully crazy

  • heyrak
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 4:12pm

    I feel like Reed looks like the bust more than the bust looks like Reed

  • Amber900
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 4:23pm

    Seriously, that bust is perfection.

  • SchurkAtturk
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 4:25pm

    I had to do a double take because I thought you were calling him a bust, yet a hall of fame quality bust. But his bust is indeed an HOF bust

  • HondaBn
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 4:26pm

    E D REED!

  • Talkingtwothyself
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 5:35pm

    Guy could hype anyone up!

  • Buettneria
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 5:56pm

    I was watching the HOF ceremony randomly for 5 mins, happened to see the unveiling and said out loud, no one around, "damn, that's a good bust."

  • UnlubricatedUnicorn
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 6:02pm

    He looks like a man who’d be a father figure to adult men who didn’t have fathers.

  • MissedFieldGoal
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 6:35pm

    I always wonder if some future generation will find these-- like the one's we found from ancient Rome. And that it'll lead to tales of legends and heros about our civilization.

  • fleecewill
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 6:46pm

    They did my boy right

  • lernington
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 6:53pm

    He looks like he's living his best life. Good for him.

  • No_Credibility
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 7:06pm

    "We get buckets youngblood"

  • NefariousBanana
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 7:52pm

    I PUT MY HEART IN THIS SHIT, DAWG

  • geedeekay
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 3:41pm

    Ed Reed = GOAT safety

    downvote me

  • DarthDave89
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 10:23am

    This is to make up for how they did Ray Lewis last year.

  • mtphisher
    1 points Aug 04,2019, 1:28pm

    Hopefully they get Troy Polamalu's hair looking this good next year.

  • sotpmoke
    -2 points Aug 04,2019, 10:57am

    Ed reed made millions but he still look homeless

  • foggybottom
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 12:55pm

    Looks like Kevin Hart a bit with a beard lol

  • KiNGofKiNG89
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 3:51pm

    The only thing I will ever remember about him was his 1 year with the Texans. Such a waste of money...

  • h4rlotsghost
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 4:06pm

    GOAT of ill advised laterals.

  • AZwildcatsNT
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 4:11pm

    One of my favorite players ever, well-deserved

  • Friend_Of_Mr_Cairo
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 5:00pm

    E-D Reed, boy!

    The best safety you ever seen, boy!

    (Although as a Steelers fan, my choice is Polamalu)

  • 2ZIPS
    0 points Aug 04,2019, 6:42pm

    Who knew Frederick Douglass was one of the greatest defensive backs of all time?

  • Hypnotic99
    -4 points Aug 04,2019, 3:29pm

    Until good ol Troy Polamalu gets inducted next year...

  • texasboylol
    -1 points Aug 04,2019, 4:17pm

    A bust????? You are tripping my guy

  • ShockTopMat
    -4 points Aug 04,2019, 1:09pm

    Can someone explain the “bust” part to me? I come in peace so please don’t attack me for being “so stupid”

  • UnwellHiC
    -2 points Aug 04,2019, 3:54pm

    terrible speech though

  • TallBobcat
    -3 points Aug 04,2019, 10:47am

    Canes fan, love the actual HC of our last team to,win a Natty. But, how many beers deep is he in this pic?

  • Raizorramon1
    -4 points Aug 04,2019, 4:14pm

    He was a beast on the field., get outta here with the bust nonsense

  • oaknutjohn
    -5 points Aug 04,2019, 12:55pm

    Is it easier to do busts for darker skinned people?

  • d0ntmess87
    -10 points Aug 04,2019, 11:42am

    How is he a bust if he made the hall of fame?

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[Highlight] Grady Jarrett nearly intercepts spike

NFL: National Football League Discussion

COMMENTS

  • CoopThereItIs
    169 points Jul 15,2019, 3:20pm

    That's the shit you sit and dream about when you are doing the what-ifs in your head. Used to day dream about this kind of stuff all the time. Like "what if they pitch it here and I just steal the pitch and take it to the house" or "what if they try an onside kick and I just grab it and take it to the house". Usually mine end with "taking it to the house" but intercepting a spike is cool too. Especially if you take it to the house.

  • InTheFalseAzure
    26 points Jul 15,2019, 3:49pm

    He looks like he just materializes out of the RG

  • brandonwp87
    35 points Jul 15,2019, 3:13pm

    Never understood why this isn’t attempted more

COMMENTS

  • CoopThereItIs
    169 points Jul 15,2019, 3:20pm

    That's the shit you sit and dream about when you are doing the what-ifs in your head. Used to day dream about this kind of stuff all the time. Like "what if they pitch it here and I just steal the pitch and take it to the house" or "what if they try an onside kick and I just grab it and take it to the house". Usually mine end with "taking it to the house" but intercepting a spike is cool too. Especially if you take it to the house.

  • InTheFalseAzure
    26 points Jul 15,2019, 3:49pm

    He looks like he just materializes out of the RG

  • brandonwp87
    35 points Jul 15,2019, 3:13pm

    Never understood why this isn’t attempted more

  • 404-UsernameNotFound
    4 points Jul 15,2019, 8:31pm

    "Lmao who the fuck nearly gets picked off on a spike"

    clicks link

    "Oh...."

  • gifv-bot
    3 points Jul 15,2019, 3:12pm

    GIFV link


    I am a bot. FAQ // code

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Brett Favre's arm strength was insane (first clip 1993, second 1995)

NFL: National Football League Discussion

COMMENTS

  • PoopshootPaulie
    1516 points Jul 09,2019, 10:53pm

    Great examples of arm strength. Seems like whenever people talk about that, they show long bombs which most NFL QBs could throw(maybe not accurately) if they put their bodies into it and put enough arc on it.

    20 yard missiles on a rope that never drift more than ~7 feet off the ground, these are real displays and why arm strength does matter.

    Edit: word

  • racerx1988
    395 points Jul 09,2019, 11:06pm

    Man do I miss watching this man play football.

  • bobthebobofbob
    515 points Jul 09,2019, 11:15pm

    That second throw is impressive, but that first throw doesn't even look real. It looks like his arm hardly even moves but then ball just comes flying out like it was shot from a cannon

  • FunkeTown13
    64 points Jul 09,2019, 11:03pm

    That first throw...

  • mackum
    54 points Jul 10,2019, 12:39am

    Take notice that he doesn't even step into his throws or use any power from his hips and legs. Those throws are all arm.

  • ThatHotAsian
    49 points Jul 09,2019, 11:58pm

    His game winning TD to Greg Lewis when he was on the Vikings was insane too if I remember correctly.

  • Patsx5sb
    115 points Jul 09,2019, 11:43pm

    I have a close friend that played in the NFL for 10 years and for 5 teams. He was on Bretts Team while he was on the Jets. He said Brett made throws that he has never seen
    anyone make in practice.

  • OttoKlopp
    99 points Jul 10,2019, 2:50am

    Everyone shits on him for his turnovers, but I will always believe Brett Favre played the game how it was meant to be played.

    It’s so much more fun watching a gunslinger than some wuss that throws slants, comebacks, and checkdowns 9/10 throws.

  • BrooklynJet97
    64 points Jul 09,2019, 10:43pm

    Doesnt he also have Kawhi-sized 11" hands?

  • amishlatinjew
    22 points Jul 10,2019, 4:16am

    In 93 (maybe 94) i was 5 or 6 so Idk.

    I was trying to pick a team to watch and follow. My extended family was all Bears and Cowboys fans. My dad was a Steelers fan. We lived in Rockford, Ill. I also kind of liked the Vikings and Raiders due to their colors.

    Then I'm watching a playoff game with the Packers and Cowboys. Favre threw a ball. It was supposed to be a comeback route for easy yards. But when he released the ball, the announcers made it seem like he had pump-faked fumbled, the camera was scrounging around the line of scrimmage. Eventually the camera panned to find Brooks or Sharpe (can't remember) running down the sideline with the ball.

    Favre had thrown the ball so hard the camera couldn't catch it. Or that's what it felt like watching as a 5 or 6 year old anyways.

    Chose the packers that second, even though they lost the game.

  • fourpuns
    34 points Jul 10,2019, 1:38am

    People often fail to understand that a strong arm QB isn’t the guy who can throw a 50-60 yard rainbow it’s the guy who can throw a flat pass 30 yards. Most college level quarterbacks with a decent arm can throw it 50 yards but the velocity on these Favre throws allows him to attack tiny windows it also means he can throw the ball a bit later. Take a 16th of a second extra to process the defense.

    A quick release and high velocity allow you to pick apart zones, and most defenses play 60%+ zone.

  • TylerJohnson10946
    16 points Jul 10,2019, 12:06am

    Man I miss Favre. Only got to watch the end of his career and I just loved the old gun slinger

  • Agodunkmowm
    49 points Jul 10,2019, 12:19am

    Rocket arm. However, when he matured as a qb, he learned to make the pass needed for the reception. Sometimes touch and arc arefar more important than velocity. The great quarterbacks make this adjustment instead of ALWAYS throwing bullets. The not so good ones seem to have a hard time figuring this out. Kaepernick comes to mind....

  • Greybinson
    9 points Jul 10,2019, 12:07am

    The man threw absolute lasers. I used to laugh in excitement watching him.

  • couchpotatoh
    11 points Jul 10,2019, 1:00am
  • Kegsun92
    8 points Jul 09,2019, 9:54pm

    Crazy how nature does that

  • notorious98
    6 points Jul 10,2019, 8:51am

    John Elway also threw very hard. Rod Smith said they used to set the ball throwing machine to 70-80 mph in order to simulate Elway's throws. He also said he'd have cross marks on his chest from where the tip of the football hit him on his receptions.

  • jerperiago
    4 points Jul 10,2019, 5:48am

    Good ol' Favre Fastballs! I do believe that every starting receiver broke atleast one finger with Donald Driver breaking all most every one at sone point.... no NFL QB has ever thrown harder than Favre... the Nolan Ryan of American Football!

  • hinduyankee
    22 points Jul 09,2019, 11:25pm

    My 2nd stepdad had an arm like favre. His throws would pass right through your hands and it would burn.

  • Intelligent_Fap
    5 points Jul 10,2019, 12:27am

    Ball looks like its traveling on a god damn frozen rope.

  • nels5104
    4 points Jul 10,2019, 7:38am

    I love Aaron Rodgers but man... the gunslinger was so fun to watch.

  • rxFMS
    6 points Jul 10,2019, 12:36am

    As incredible as Farve's arm was...to me...Jeff George had the true rocket arm! as did Randall Cunningham!

  • for_a_girl
    7 points Jul 09,2019, 11:22pm

    Fuckin swoon man

  • I-Am-Worthless
    6 points Jul 10,2019, 12:38am

    Looks sped up

  • Aj2130
    6 points Jul 10,2019, 8:48am

    Vikings legend Brett Favre

  • Rpark888
    3 points Jul 10,2019, 4:45am

    Idk what's a bigger blessing to a club: to go from Bledsoe to Brady, or to go from Favre to Rodgers.

    There's been a lot of fantastic football between the two. And we're all so lucky to have witnessed these men, these Gods, these legends.

  • Based_Anon_69
    3 points Jul 10,2019, 12:05pm

    He really knew how to put the mustard on the brat

  • BrownsFan32
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 12:47am

    Mary was a fool to let this man go.

  • Balakay_Dortles
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 1:42am

    Damn, he throws that thing like he's mad at it

  • revuhlution
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 2:18am

    This reminds me how little I know about football. I k ow he throws hard, it's difficult to tell how hard, even in these clips

  • making-flippy-floppy
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 3:04am

    He was still throwing it pretty good in 2007.

    Favre is standing on the GB 11 when he throws it, Jennings catches it at the DEN 37, so 52 yards in the air, and enough mustard on it that Dré Bly doesn't have a chance to catch Jennings.

  • NCPV81
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 3:06am

    That first throw was an absolute piss missile

  • el_lonewanderer
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 5:59am

    He was still doing this in ‘09. It was crazy seeing the whip he had on the ball when he threw it. Don’t ask about what happened in ‘10.

  • mcsestretch
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 6:46am

    "What the hell is Brett Favre doing here?"

  • DanDamage12
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 7:13am

    I unearthed an old VHS tape of Super Bowl 32 and it’s amazing how talented 90’s Brett favre was. He played so long it’s hard not to associate 00’s Brett when I think back to him.

  • doctorpaulproteus
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 7:15am

    Looks like NFL Blitz

  • UnLeadedApe
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 7:38am

    Yesterday I rewatched the Favre to Lewis drive. A lot of the balls looked just like in these clips 15 years earlier.

  • TRUEfoe-X
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 8:56am

    I heard Brett Favre once robbed a gas station using only a football.

  • decimalsanddollars
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 10:01am

    Im a Bills fan and with all the buzz about Allen's arm strength, I wonder how his raw throwing power stacks up to guys like Farve and Vick.

  • scag315
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 10:32am

    I think the Josh Allen 50+ yard bomb he threw while being tackled was up there with Farve arm strength

  • INV1NCIBULL
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 12:48pm

    2009 season week 3 against the 49ers at Metrodome. On a frozen rope. https://youtu.be/TYUTEXulTcs

  • ruffbuff
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 1:45pm

    This throw from Josh Allen @1:04

    Gives me hope he can be a gunslinger like farve

  • Alextrichards7
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 2:24pm

    He also has 3 straight mvps and always played kinda hard. Rodgers is amazing I’m just sayin I don’t think farve gets nearly as much respect as he should.

  • bigbluewreckingcrew
    3 points Jul 10,2019, 5:17am

    If I recall I remember John Elway having a cannon arm as well.

  • isbunk
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:48am

    *is

  • AKB411
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:06am

    Man did I hate when QB’s would rifle every ball. Especially on cold days. Painful.

  • 01WWing
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 2:17am

    That first one was a fucking bullet, Jesus Christ

  • dcrico20
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 3:01am

    I remember people talking about a receiver of his breaking a finger catching a pass. Was probably dumb luck, but always thought that was impressive.

  • SirDrinksAlot81
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 6:30am

    Strong arm, yes for sure... but mechanics is what really propels those throws. It’s like throwing a punch. You don’t use your arm that much. It’s a whole body motion.

  • Normal512
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 7:43am

    You have to hear it to believe it.

    https://youtu.be/iRftpUWGt8E

  • wolfgang__1
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 7:47am

    Ok now I'm confused. First I hear he has the lowest recieving yards for players over 40 with -2 and now I see this with insane arm strength. What gives?

  • echoesofthebigbang
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 7:58am

    I didn't appreciate the second throw until the 3rd loop. It was unreal.

  • 4B796C65
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 8:09am

    He threw 75 yards INTO the wind on a QB challenge.

    Second place was Bledsoe with 74 yds.

  • moto_ryan
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 8:23am

    Favre back to pass..... It's a laser!

  • jlange94
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 8:32am

    Remember that weird period for a few years when Favre had all the records and people said he was the GOAT? lol

  • mittenish
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 8:48am

    My glory years too, going to all home games, watching the crazy Southern boy who would Not stop throwing the ball

  • chabuduo1
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:32am

    I was at the 1993 game

  • WeaverBailey
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:43am

    Looks like Baker

  • Solid_Snaku
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:52am

    nobody throws lasers like favre

  • Wico90
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:52am

    Still unbelievable to me he only ever got one ring.

  • bigtimeguy
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:54am

    Thank you. Can't wait to watch Mahomes this szn

  • Joetheshow1
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:00am

    Looks like a young Daniel Jones out there sheesh!

  • WakandaFist
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:03am

    That 7 step drop though..

  • mrizvi
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:08am

    i knew before i watch that 1 clip would contain him torching the 49ers...

  • Lacomus
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:12am

    Never forget that Brett Favre's first NFL completion was to himself.

  • vanzir
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:36am

    Brett Favre threw so hard he would regularly dislocate or break his receivers fingers. Here is a great link about it.

  • MetropolisPt31
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:38am
  • Gibsonfan159
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:46am

    I remember watching jamarcus Russell throw a 50 yd pass while on one knee. Shame he was such a flop.

  • ReallyFnCleverName
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:46am

    Favre and Montana were my two favorite QBs from the 90s, those guys were something special to watch. Played every game and every down like it was their last chance and literally gave it all they could every play. Very very special players.

  • dumbNold
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 11:01am

    Farve is a fucking legend, reason I watch and love football. Embodiment of the term gunslinger and first man to give me the tingles lol

  • lectorillum
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 11:13am

    Jerry Glanville used to take bets that his backup could throw the ball to the upper deck of the stadium when Brett was with the falcons

  • TheBigDogAteMyAss
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 11:13am

    If you read his biography you'd know that he consistently forgot his own strength and injured the person who was catching the ball. He messed up one of his own receivers hands during practice at Southern Mississippi.

  • EuripidesLincoln
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 11:31am

    many of his receivers i remember interviewed talked about how much he'd hurt their hands.

  • LSU_BAW
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:00pm

    First one is amazing.

  • DrDocter84
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:03pm

    Not gonna lie I felt pretty spoiled watching him growing up

  • krawm
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:05pm

    Me and my bro used to joke that packer receivers would catch the ball out of self preservation, because farve would throw so hard that not only would he bruise you but the strength of his throw would propell you forward 5 yards...so you would either catch the damn thing or get carried off the field with a broken rib.

  • siderealdaze
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:27pm

    Have you ever heard of a guy in Miami

  • heartlessgamer
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:42pm

    To me the ultimate display of Favre's arm was in the last drive of Super Bowl XXXII. Packers lost (much to my childhood sadness) but on the last few plays the throws Favre unleashes and where he almost fits them into... watch the hell out. This, in my view, was Favre's peak with one of the most dominant teams in NFL history.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUe968JR8UM (2 hr 18m mark) ... yes I know you can link direct to a time but too lazy to look up how :P

  • Slim_Thunder
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:48pm

    It's a good natural feeling having a good arm...I hurt my rotator cuff 5 years ago and haven't been able to throw bombs since...I still dream about having a healthy arm...vicodin does help though..ask Bret

  • deededback
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:48pm

    Amazing clip. Like watching a previous, less powerful version of Aaron Rodgers.

  • ireestylee
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:53pm

    One of the most exciting players that I have ever watched.

  • ukrainian-laundry
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:53pm

    Unfortunately his brain strength not so much. 🤪🤠

  • gelatinous_pellicle
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:54pm

    Did pad sizes change a lot between those years?

  • thatsapaddlin26
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:56pm

    No more rockets balls please.

  • MrLOUD707
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:06pm

    Love this post

  • NiceSasquatch
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:08pm

    that first throw is vintage Stafford.

  • thespank
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:11pm

    Frickin Packers. Back to back they get all pro guys who have close to if not the strongest arms in the league.

  • BoJvck34Empire
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:25pm

    The game needs more Gunslingers

  • surfzz318
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:27pm

    Does anyone have the video of the receivers arm he broke throwing so hard. Might have been while he was with Atlanta.

  • Reag4nYT
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:34pm

    dude falls down and immediately after slings it 20+ yards, fukin insane

  • analogWeapon
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:48pm

    The camera operator wasn’t ready for the velocity on that one.

  • Tbgrondin
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 3:06pm

    I tend to believe the guys with the best arms all throw roughly the same MPH. It's like in the MLB; there really isn't a best arm, there's a bunch of guys who throw 90 and a few over 100. The 100 club separates you from the 90s.

  • XcSDeadDeer
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 4:17pm

    Donald driver said he had all 10 fingers broken at some point or another from catching Favre passes

  • AKCheesehead
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 5:53pm

    Oof.

    Imagine you, completly untrained in catching NFL tier throws, trying to catch a prime Farve throw. No wonder Robert Brooks had so many fingers broke!

  • ins0mnyteq
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 5:57pm

    that 1st throw was rediculous.

  • Another_leaf
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 6:13pm

    I don't get it.

  • Worlds-Largest-Lad
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 8:46pm

    I wasn’t really invested in football when Brett was around it I really wish I was just because how powerful his arm is, like for example even though I hated him as a player, jay cutler has a strong arm so I loved watching when he occasionally would throw a fucking bomb

  • Slamfan4life
    0 points Jul 10,2019, 1:02am

    He’s like a Mahomes lite ! /s

  • bigtimeking69
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 2:11am

    https://youtu.be/4Npcx8OaC-E

    Check out this pass at 4:25 if u like arm strength

  • Alextrichards7
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 6:31am

    Watch Rodgers in college then pros... wonder why he doesn’t hold the ball by his ear anymore 🤔 farve>Rodgers

  • terrypatrick
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:13am

    Damn, closer look at that first throw

    ...can literally see the vapor cone on that bad boy

    Wew

  • Brendanlean
    -7 points Jul 10,2019, 8:00am

    My dude Patrick Mahomes blows this guy out of the water tho

  • MrBiggs-
    0 points Jul 10,2019, 8:57am

    Reminds me of Baker Mayfield

  • formerfatboys
    0 points Jul 10,2019, 12:31pm

    Hands down the greatest quarterback of all time without question. Don't even try to. You can't.

  • JJStryker
    0 points Jul 10,2019, 3:32pm

    Well they didn't call him Brett "Big Dick" Favre for no reason.

COMMENTS

  • PoopshootPaulie
    1516 points Jul 09,2019, 10:53pm

    Great examples of arm strength. Seems like whenever people talk about that, they show long bombs which most NFL QBs could throw(maybe not accurately) if they put their bodies into it and put enough arc on it.

    20 yard missiles on a rope that never drift more than ~7 feet off the ground, these are real displays and why arm strength does matter.

    Edit: word

  • racerx1988
    395 points Jul 09,2019, 11:06pm

    Man do I miss watching this man play football.

  • bobthebobofbob
    515 points Jul 09,2019, 11:15pm

    That second throw is impressive, but that first throw doesn't even look real. It looks like his arm hardly even moves but then ball just comes flying out like it was shot from a cannon

  • sonickarma
    156 points Jul 10,2019, 3:00am
  • FunkeTown13
    64 points Jul 09,2019, 11:03pm

    That first throw...

  • mackum
    54 points Jul 10,2019, 12:39am

    Take notice that he doesn't even step into his throws or use any power from his hips and legs. Those throws are all arm.

  • ThatHotAsian
    49 points Jul 09,2019, 11:58pm

    His game winning TD to Greg Lewis when he was on the Vikings was insane too if I remember correctly.

  • Patsx5sb
    115 points Jul 09,2019, 11:43pm

    I have a close friend that played in the NFL for 10 years and for 5 teams. He was on Bretts Team while he was on the Jets. He said Brett made throws that he has never seen
    anyone make in practice.

  • OttoKlopp
    99 points Jul 10,2019, 2:50am

    Everyone shits on him for his turnovers, but I will always believe Brett Favre played the game how it was meant to be played.

    It’s so much more fun watching a gunslinger than some wuss that throws slants, comebacks, and checkdowns 9/10 throws.

  • BrooklynJet97
    64 points Jul 09,2019, 10:43pm

    Doesnt he also have Kawhi-sized 11" hands?

  • amishlatinjew
    22 points Jul 10,2019, 4:16am

    In 93 (maybe 94) i was 5 or 6 so Idk.

    I was trying to pick a team to watch and follow. My extended family was all Bears and Cowboys fans. My dad was a Steelers fan. We lived in Rockford, Ill. I also kind of liked the Vikings and Raiders due to their colors.

    Then I'm watching a playoff game with the Packers and Cowboys. Favre threw a ball. It was supposed to be a comeback route for easy yards. But when he released the ball, the announcers made it seem like he had pump-faked fumbled, the camera was scrounging around the line of scrimmage. Eventually the camera panned to find Brooks or Sharpe (can't remember) running down the sideline with the ball.

    Favre had thrown the ball so hard the camera couldn't catch it. Or that's what it felt like watching as a 5 or 6 year old anyways.

    Chose the packers that second, even though they lost the game.

  • fourpuns
    34 points Jul 10,2019, 1:38am

    People often fail to understand that a strong arm QB isn’t the guy who can throw a 50-60 yard rainbow it’s the guy who can throw a flat pass 30 yards. Most college level quarterbacks with a decent arm can throw it 50 yards but the velocity on these Favre throws allows him to attack tiny windows it also means he can throw the ball a bit later. Take a 16th of a second extra to process the defense.

    A quick release and high velocity allow you to pick apart zones, and most defenses play 60%+ zone.

  • TylerJohnson10946
    16 points Jul 10,2019, 12:06am

    Man I miss Favre. Only got to watch the end of his career and I just loved the old gun slinger

  • Agodunkmowm
    49 points Jul 10,2019, 12:19am

    Rocket arm. However, when he matured as a qb, he learned to make the pass needed for the reception. Sometimes touch and arc arefar more important than velocity. The great quarterbacks make this adjustment instead of ALWAYS throwing bullets. The not so good ones seem to have a hard time figuring this out. Kaepernick comes to mind....

  • Greybinson
    9 points Jul 10,2019, 12:07am

    The man threw absolute lasers. I used to laugh in excitement watching him.

  • couchpotatoh
    11 points Jul 10,2019, 1:00am
  • Kegsun92
    8 points Jul 09,2019, 9:54pm

    Crazy how nature does that

  • notorious98
    6 points Jul 10,2019, 8:51am

    John Elway also threw very hard. Rod Smith said they used to set the ball throwing machine to 70-80 mph in order to simulate Elway's throws. He also said he'd have cross marks on his chest from where the tip of the football hit him on his receptions.

  • jerperiago
    4 points Jul 10,2019, 5:48am

    Good ol' Favre Fastballs! I do believe that every starting receiver broke atleast one finger with Donald Driver breaking all most every one at sone point.... no NFL QB has ever thrown harder than Favre... the Nolan Ryan of American Football!

  • hinduyankee
    22 points Jul 09,2019, 11:25pm

    My 2nd stepdad had an arm like favre. His throws would pass right through your hands and it would burn.

  • Intelligent_Fap
    5 points Jul 10,2019, 12:27am

    Ball looks like its traveling on a god damn frozen rope.

  • nels5104
    4 points Jul 10,2019, 7:38am

    I love Aaron Rodgers but man... the gunslinger was so fun to watch.

  • rxFMS
    6 points Jul 10,2019, 12:36am

    As incredible as Farve's arm was...to me...Jeff George had the true rocket arm! as did Randall Cunningham!

  • for_a_girl
    7 points Jul 09,2019, 11:22pm

    Fuckin swoon man

  • I-Am-Worthless
    6 points Jul 10,2019, 12:38am

    Looks sped up

  • Aj2130
    6 points Jul 10,2019, 8:48am

    Vikings legend Brett Favre

  • Rpark888
    3 points Jul 10,2019, 4:45am

    Idk what's a bigger blessing to a club: to go from Bledsoe to Brady, or to go from Favre to Rodgers.

    There's been a lot of fantastic football between the two. And we're all so lucky to have witnessed these men, these Gods, these legends.

  • Based_Anon_69
    3 points Jul 10,2019, 12:05pm

    He really knew how to put the mustard on the brat

  • BrownsFan32
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 12:47am

    Mary was a fool to let this man go.

  • Balakay_Dortles
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 1:42am

    Damn, he throws that thing like he's mad at it

  • revuhlution
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 2:18am

    This reminds me how little I know about football. I k ow he throws hard, it's difficult to tell how hard, even in these clips

  • making-flippy-floppy
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 3:04am

    He was still throwing it pretty good in 2007.

    Favre is standing on the GB 11 when he throws it, Jennings catches it at the DEN 37, so 52 yards in the air, and enough mustard on it that Dré Bly doesn't have a chance to catch Jennings.

  • NCPV81
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 3:06am

    That first throw was an absolute piss missile

  • el_lonewanderer
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 5:59am

    He was still doing this in ‘09. It was crazy seeing the whip he had on the ball when he threw it. Don’t ask about what happened in ‘10.

  • mcsestretch
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 6:46am

    "What the hell is Brett Favre doing here?"

  • DanDamage12
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 7:13am

    I unearthed an old VHS tape of Super Bowl 32 and it’s amazing how talented 90’s Brett favre was. He played so long it’s hard not to associate 00’s Brett when I think back to him.

  • doctorpaulproteus
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 7:15am

    Looks like NFL Blitz

  • UnLeadedApe
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 7:38am

    Yesterday I rewatched the Favre to Lewis drive. A lot of the balls looked just like in these clips 15 years earlier.

  • TRUEfoe-X
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 8:56am

    I heard Brett Favre once robbed a gas station using only a football.

  • decimalsanddollars
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 10:01am

    Im a Bills fan and with all the buzz about Allen's arm strength, I wonder how his raw throwing power stacks up to guys like Farve and Vick.

  • scag315
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 10:32am

    I think the Josh Allen 50+ yard bomb he threw while being tackled was up there with Farve arm strength

  • INV1NCIBULL
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 12:48pm

    2009 season week 3 against the 49ers at Metrodome. On a frozen rope. https://youtu.be/TYUTEXulTcs

  • ruffbuff
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 1:45pm

    This throw from Josh Allen @1:04

    Gives me hope he can be a gunslinger like farve

  • Alextrichards7
    2 points Jul 10,2019, 2:24pm

    He also has 3 straight mvps and always played kinda hard. Rodgers is amazing I’m just sayin I don’t think farve gets nearly as much respect as he should.

  • bigbluewreckingcrew
    3 points Jul 10,2019, 5:17am

    If I recall I remember John Elway having a cannon arm as well.

  • isbunk
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:48am

    *is

  • AKB411
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:06am

    Man did I hate when QB’s would rifle every ball. Especially on cold days. Painful.

  • 01WWing
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 2:17am

    That first one was a fucking bullet, Jesus Christ

  • dcrico20
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 3:01am

    I remember people talking about a receiver of his breaking a finger catching a pass. Was probably dumb luck, but always thought that was impressive.

  • SirDrinksAlot81
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 6:30am

    Strong arm, yes for sure... but mechanics is what really propels those throws. It’s like throwing a punch. You don’t use your arm that much. It’s a whole body motion.

  • Normal512
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 7:43am

    You have to hear it to believe it.

    https://youtu.be/iRftpUWGt8E

  • wolfgang__1
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 7:47am

    Ok now I'm confused. First I hear he has the lowest recieving yards for players over 40 with -2 and now I see this with insane arm strength. What gives?

  • echoesofthebigbang
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 7:58am

    I didn't appreciate the second throw until the 3rd loop. It was unreal.

  • 4B796C65
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 8:09am

    He threw 75 yards INTO the wind on a QB challenge.

    Second place was Bledsoe with 74 yds.

  • moto_ryan
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 8:23am

    Favre back to pass..... It's a laser!

  • jlange94
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 8:32am

    Remember that weird period for a few years when Favre had all the records and people said he was the GOAT? lol

  • mittenish
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 8:48am

    My glory years too, going to all home games, watching the crazy Southern boy who would Not stop throwing the ball

  • chabuduo1
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:32am

    I was at the 1993 game

  • WeaverBailey
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:43am

    Looks like Baker

  • Solid_Snaku
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:52am

    nobody throws lasers like favre

  • Wico90
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:52am

    Still unbelievable to me he only ever got one ring.

  • bigtimeguy
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:54am

    Thank you. Can't wait to watch Mahomes this szn

  • Joetheshow1
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:00am

    Looks like a young Daniel Jones out there sheesh!

  • WakandaFist
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:03am

    That 7 step drop though..

  • mrizvi
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:08am

    i knew before i watch that 1 clip would contain him torching the 49ers...

  • Lacomus
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:12am

    Never forget that Brett Favre's first NFL completion was to himself.

  • vanzir
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:36am

    Brett Favre threw so hard he would regularly dislocate or break his receivers fingers. Here is a great link about it.

  • MetropolisPt31
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:38am
  • Gibsonfan159
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:46am

    I remember watching jamarcus Russell throw a 50 yd pass while on one knee. Shame he was such a flop.

  • ReallyFnCleverName
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 10:46am

    Favre and Montana were my two favorite QBs from the 90s, those guys were something special to watch. Played every game and every down like it was their last chance and literally gave it all they could every play. Very very special players.

  • dumbNold
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 11:01am

    Farve is a fucking legend, reason I watch and love football. Embodiment of the term gunslinger and first man to give me the tingles lol

  • lectorillum
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 11:13am

    Jerry Glanville used to take bets that his backup could throw the ball to the upper deck of the stadium when Brett was with the falcons

  • TheBigDogAteMyAss
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 11:13am

    If you read his biography you'd know that he consistently forgot his own strength and injured the person who was catching the ball. He messed up one of his own receivers hands during practice at Southern Mississippi.

  • EuripidesLincoln
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 11:31am

    many of his receivers i remember interviewed talked about how much he'd hurt their hands.

  • LSU_BAW
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:00pm

    First one is amazing.

  • DrDocter84
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:03pm

    Not gonna lie I felt pretty spoiled watching him growing up

  • krawm
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:05pm

    Me and my bro used to joke that packer receivers would catch the ball out of self preservation, because farve would throw so hard that not only would he bruise you but the strength of his throw would propell you forward 5 yards...so you would either catch the damn thing or get carried off the field with a broken rib.

  • siderealdaze
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:27pm

    Have you ever heard of a guy in Miami

  • heartlessgamer
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:42pm

    To me the ultimate display of Favre's arm was in the last drive of Super Bowl XXXII. Packers lost (much to my childhood sadness) but on the last few plays the throws Favre unleashes and where he almost fits them into... watch the hell out. This, in my view, was Favre's peak with one of the most dominant teams in NFL history.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUe968JR8UM (2 hr 18m mark) ... yes I know you can link direct to a time but too lazy to look up how :P

  • Slim_Thunder
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:48pm

    It's a good natural feeling having a good arm...I hurt my rotator cuff 5 years ago and haven't been able to throw bombs since...I still dream about having a healthy arm...vicodin does help though..ask Bret

  • deededback
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:48pm

    Amazing clip. Like watching a previous, less powerful version of Aaron Rodgers.

  • ireestylee
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:53pm

    One of the most exciting players that I have ever watched.

  • ukrainian-laundry
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:53pm

    Unfortunately his brain strength not so much. 🤪🤠

  • gelatinous_pellicle
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:54pm

    Did pad sizes change a lot between those years?

  • thatsapaddlin26
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 12:56pm

    No more rockets balls please.

  • MrLOUD707
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:06pm

    Love this post

  • NiceSasquatch
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:08pm

    that first throw is vintage Stafford.

  • thespank
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:11pm

    Frickin Packers. Back to back they get all pro guys who have close to if not the strongest arms in the league.

  • BoJvck34Empire
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:25pm

    The game needs more Gunslingers

  • surfzz318
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:27pm

    Does anyone have the video of the receivers arm he broke throwing so hard. Might have been while he was with Atlanta.

  • Reag4nYT
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:34pm

    dude falls down and immediately after slings it 20+ yards, fukin insane

  • analogWeapon
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 1:48pm

    The camera operator wasn’t ready for the velocity on that one.

  • Tbgrondin
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 3:06pm

    I tend to believe the guys with the best arms all throw roughly the same MPH. It's like in the MLB; there really isn't a best arm, there's a bunch of guys who throw 90 and a few over 100. The 100 club separates you from the 90s.

  • XcSDeadDeer
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 4:17pm

    Donald driver said he had all 10 fingers broken at some point or another from catching Favre passes

  • AKCheesehead
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 5:53pm

    Oof.

    Imagine you, completly untrained in catching NFL tier throws, trying to catch a prime Farve throw. No wonder Robert Brooks had so many fingers broke!

  • ins0mnyteq
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 5:57pm

    that 1st throw was rediculous.

  • Another_leaf
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 6:13pm

    I don't get it.

  • Worlds-Largest-Lad
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 8:46pm

    I wasn’t really invested in football when Brett was around it I really wish I was just because how powerful his arm is, like for example even though I hated him as a player, jay cutler has a strong arm so I loved watching when he occasionally would throw a fucking bomb

  • Slamfan4life
    0 points Jul 10,2019, 1:02am

    He’s like a Mahomes lite ! /s

  • bigtimeking69
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 2:11am

    https://youtu.be/4Npcx8OaC-E

    Check out this pass at 4:25 if u like arm strength

  • Alextrichards7
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 6:31am

    Watch Rodgers in college then pros... wonder why he doesn’t hold the ball by his ear anymore 🤔 farve>Rodgers

  • terrypatrick
    1 points Jul 10,2019, 9:13am

    Damn, closer look at that first throw

    ...can literally see the vapor cone on that bad boy

    Wew

  • Brendanlean
    -7 points Jul 10,2019, 8:00am

    My dude Patrick Mahomes blows this guy out of the water tho

  • MrBiggs-
    0 points Jul 10,2019, 8:57am

    Reminds me of Baker Mayfield

  • formerfatboys
    0 points Jul 10,2019, 12:31pm

    Hands down the greatest quarterback of all time without question. Don't even try to. You can't.

  • JJStryker
    0 points Jul 10,2019, 3:32pm

    Well they didn't call him Brett "Big Dick" Favre for no reason.

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[Highlight] Mike Vick needles it into a small window with 3 to 4 DBs covering Celek.

NFL: National Football League Discussion

COMMENTS

  • KingMeruem12
    119 points Jun 30,2019, 5:51pm

    Might be down voted but what a horrible decision. Thrown directly into tight triple coverage. 9/10 times that throw gets picked off.

  • NomadFire
    16 points Jun 30,2019, 5:14pm

    Special thanks to /u/wentztowawa for making this vid more than a year ago

  • ThomYorkesFingers
    18 points Jun 30,2019, 5:32pm

    This was an absolute beauty of a throw, remembered it just from the title alone. Looks like it could've been picked off if Urlacher wasn't there.

  • peoplepersonmanguy
    6 points Jun 30,2019, 7:09pm

    Urlacher always was a terrible defensive back.

  • gifv-bot
    5 points Jun 30,2019, 5:14pm

    GIFV link


    I am a bot. FAQ // code

  • Ozwaldo
    3 points Jun 30,2019, 7:16pm

    Wow, Celek with the last minute adjustment to snag that thing.

  • ScreamingIdiot53
    4 points Jun 30,2019, 6:38pm

    So much potential he had...

  • Zunori
    1 points Jun 30,2019, 6:33pm

    This was an amazing game

COMMENTS

  • KingMeruem12
    119 points Jun 30,2019, 5:51pm

    Might be down voted but what a horrible decision. Thrown directly into tight triple coverage. 9/10 times that throw gets picked off.

  • NomadFire
    16 points Jun 30,2019, 5:14pm

    Special thanks to /u/wentztowawa for making this vid more than a year ago

  • ThomYorkesFingers
    18 points Jun 30,2019, 5:32pm

    This was an absolute beauty of a throw, remembered it just from the title alone. Looks like it could've been picked off if Urlacher wasn't there.

  • TyphoonCane
    11 points Jun 30,2019, 6:01pm

    Terrible decision but amazing placement.

  • peoplepersonmanguy
    6 points Jun 30,2019, 7:09pm

    Urlacher always was a terrible defensive back.

  • gifv-bot
    5 points Jun 30,2019, 5:14pm

    GIFV link


    I am a bot. FAQ // code

  • Ozwaldo
    3 points Jun 30,2019, 7:16pm

    Wow, Celek with the last minute adjustment to snag that thing.

  • ScreamingIdiot53
    4 points Jun 30,2019, 6:38pm

    So much potential he had...

  • Zunori
    1 points Jun 30,2019, 6:33pm

    This was an amazing game

● ● ●

An ad for NFL Quarterback Club from 1994

NFL: National Football League Discussion

COMMENTS

  • ShoutOutTo_Caboose
    81 points Jun 15,2019, 1:39pm

    Bledsoe in our hideous 93 unis. There is a reason we only wore them for one year.

  • DeM0nFiRe
    20 points Jun 15,2019, 1:36pm

    IIRC the intro demo for Quarterback Club 98 had an illegal play, because the receiver stepped out of bounds before catching the TD.

  • stunna006
    43 points Jun 15,2019, 1:13pm

    NFL Quarterback Club 99 was an awesome game. i was so upset when i had to switch to 2K after the series went downhill. wish they wouldve stuck around longer, madden needed that competition

  • averageguy8888
    14 points Jun 15,2019, 2:33pm

    The video game spawned by the club had what imo was the best passing mechanism. You had to push the corresponding button to view your receiver to check if he's open before throwing it; no god's eye easy view of the entire field.

  • haahaamagician
    8 points Jun 15,2019, 1:54pm

    Oh man, the QB Challenge mini games were so much fun!!!

  • APBruno
    10 points Jun 15,2019, 4:50pm

    You’re telling me I can play as Jeff Hostetler?? Sign me up!

  • laksdfklasdflk
    7 points Jun 15,2019, 3:39pm

    I had lots of fun in the 96 version on N64 drafting teams. It was a great rush of dopamine when you put off drafting a CB and Aeneas Williams fell to you.

  • edit-grammar
    4 points Jun 15,2019, 3:53pm

    Young is on his cell phone

  • SpiderSchwein
    3 points Jun 15,2019, 1:50pm

    I had this game!

  • spidertour02
    3 points Jun 15,2019, 3:30pm

    Sub Marino was my money play.

  • TrendyPopMusician
    2 points Jun 15,2019, 4:03pm

    That Quarterback Challenge was awesome. I just played the minigames over and over.

  • the_average_homeboy
    2 points Jun 15,2019, 5:09pm

    Jeff Hostetler kind of look like Dave Wannstedt here.

  • ClaytonBigsbe
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 5:57pm

    Think I had 98 on N64, absolutely loved that game.

  • Spongeytwo
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 6:02pm

    The last days of posting the size of games on ads/boxes

  • Linkage006
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 6:33pm

    Why does Hostetler looks like Dave Wannstedt?

  • 2neifs
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 6:56pm

    I still have it for the original Gameboy

  • heretofapagain
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 7:32pm

    I had that game

  • jmmcnall
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 7:39pm

    I remember every detail of the day I bought this

  • MarcTheBeast667
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 8:09pm

    You mean to tell me a game from 25 years ago has variable weather, but a current-gen game doesn't in 2019? Really EA?

  • PMyaboy4tribute
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 8:38pm

    What about Deion Sanders prime time football. I know you don't want this. Gonna make you eat that ball.

  • HotBananaa
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 8:42pm

    Those games were fun

  • BRAX7ON
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 5:55pm

    Other than Bledsoe these are some of the greatest quarterbacks of all time!

  • deleted
    -31 points Jun 15,2019, 1:09pm

    [deleted]

COMMENTS

  • ShoutOutTo_Caboose
    81 points Jun 15,2019, 1:39pm

    Bledsoe in our hideous 93 unis. There is a reason we only wore them for one year.

  • DeM0nFiRe
    20 points Jun 15,2019, 1:36pm

    IIRC the intro demo for Quarterback Club 98 had an illegal play, because the receiver stepped out of bounds before catching the TD.

  • stunna006
    43 points Jun 15,2019, 1:13pm

    NFL Quarterback Club 99 was an awesome game. i was so upset when i had to switch to 2K after the series went downhill. wish they wouldve stuck around longer, madden needed that competition

  • adamwinn
    16 points Jun 15,2019, 3:14pm

    Esiason with the Jets lol

  • averageguy8888
    14 points Jun 15,2019, 2:33pm

    The video game spawned by the club had what imo was the best passing mechanism. You had to push the corresponding button to view your receiver to check if he's open before throwing it; no god's eye easy view of the entire field.

  • haahaamagician
    8 points Jun 15,2019, 1:54pm

    Oh man, the QB Challenge mini games were so much fun!!!

  • APBruno
    10 points Jun 15,2019, 4:50pm

    You’re telling me I can play as Jeff Hostetler?? Sign me up!

  • laksdfklasdflk
    7 points Jun 15,2019, 3:39pm

    I had lots of fun in the 96 version on N64 drafting teams. It was a great rush of dopamine when you put off drafting a CB and Aeneas Williams fell to you.

  • edit-grammar
    4 points Jun 15,2019, 3:53pm

    Young is on his cell phone

  • SpiderSchwein
    3 points Jun 15,2019, 1:50pm

    I had this game!

  • spidertour02
    3 points Jun 15,2019, 3:30pm

    Sub Marino was my money play.

  • TrendyPopMusician
    2 points Jun 15,2019, 4:03pm

    That Quarterback Challenge was awesome. I just played the minigames over and over.

  • the_average_homeboy
    2 points Jun 15,2019, 5:09pm

    Jeff Hostetler kind of look like Dave Wannstedt here.

  • ClaytonBigsbe
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 5:57pm

    Think I had 98 on N64, absolutely loved that game.

  • Spongeytwo
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 6:02pm

    The last days of posting the size of games on ads/boxes

  • Linkage006
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 6:33pm

    Why does Hostetler looks like Dave Wannstedt?

  • 2neifs
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 6:56pm

    I still have it for the original Gameboy

  • heretofapagain
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 7:32pm

    I had that game

  • jmmcnall
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 7:39pm

    I remember every detail of the day I bought this

  • MarcTheBeast667
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 8:09pm

    You mean to tell me a game from 25 years ago has variable weather, but a current-gen game doesn't in 2019? Really EA?

  • PMyaboy4tribute
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 8:38pm

    What about Deion Sanders prime time football. I know you don't want this. Gonna make you eat that ball.

  • HotBananaa
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 8:42pm

    Those games were fun

  • BRAX7ON
    1 points Jun 15,2019, 5:55pm

    Other than Bledsoe these are some of the greatest quarterbacks of all time!

  • deleted
    -31 points Jun 15,2019, 1:09pm

    [deleted]

● ● ●

Won a signed Super Bowl football. Can’t figure out who signed it though. Help please!

NFL: National Football League Discussion

COMMENTS

  • PNW_thanksforasking
    53 points Jun 06,2019, 6:45pm

    Matt ryan bottom right

  • Pizzalover1011
    38 points Jun 06,2019, 6:40pm

    The people that I got told it could be are

    Maroon 5,Saquon Barkley,Barry Sanders,Curtis Martin,Sterling Shepard,Dak Prescott orAntonio Brown

  • giveupthetoast
    9 points Jun 06,2019, 7:07pm

    Robert Alford is one of them i have the same signature

  • AdamJr87
    -21 points Jun 06,2019, 7:29pm

    Not Brady. Ball is properly inflated

  • JamesHardensEye
    -32 points Jun 06,2019, 6:41pm

    Me

    Edit: damn people really have some sticks up their asses today

  • Auntypasto
    -30 points Jun 06,2019, 6:52pm

    Uncle Rico

COMMENTS

  • PNW_thanksforasking
    53 points Jun 06,2019, 6:45pm

    Matt ryan bottom right

  • Pizzalover1011
    38 points Jun 06,2019, 6:40pm

    The people that I got told it could be are

    Maroon 5,Saquon Barkley,Barry Sanders,Curtis Martin,Sterling Shepard,Dak Prescott orAntonio Brown

  • giveupthetoast
    9 points Jun 06,2019, 7:07pm

    Robert Alford is one of them i have the same signature

  • hekezobbs
    7 points Jun 06,2019, 7:36pm

    This is a falcons signed ball

  • AdamJr87
    -21 points Jun 06,2019, 7:29pm

    Not Brady. Ball is properly inflated

  • JamesHardensEye
    -32 points Jun 06,2019, 6:41pm

    Me

    Edit: damn people really have some sticks up their asses today

  • Auntypasto
    -30 points Jun 06,2019, 6:52pm

    Uncle Rico

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https://imgur.com/rnXkl3O NFL Team's European Location based on Metropolitan Population rank (See Comments for rankings and New Stadium Names)(Resubmitting because I forgot about the Packers)

NFL: National Football League Discussion

COMMENTS

  • LilUzi4Verticals
    42 points May 07,2019, 2:58pm

    Of course we’re in Helsinki

  • DillyDillly
    52 points May 07,2019, 2:53pm

    Patriots based out of Helsinki so you know they'll have all the wide receivers they could desire.

  • chumbawamba56
    18 points May 07,2019, 2:48pm

    Hello All,

    I previously made this post. Which, Compared the relative location of NFL Cities mapped over Europe.

    Well, this time I present a map of their Locations based on Metropolitan Populations size. I choose Metropolitan over city for a couple reasons:

    1. In the US, non-Major cities have drastically smaller population sizes and this would cause the rankings to be more spread out. So, having a city rank near no.100 creates issues. and that issue ties into the next reason.
    2. Cities in Europe are very close in proximity to each other. And in some cases populations were estimates or not recorded. But, Metropolitan areas in Europe do keep more accurate approximations when there is a lack of historical recorded data. this is also helpful because in some instances (Germany and UK) I would have 4-5 teams almost on top of each other.

    So, essentially I wanted as little teams as possible overlapped. I still couldn't avoid the Jets-giants and Chargers-Rams dilemma. But, I did what I could. You will probably notice that the 49ers and Raiders are not on top of each other and that is because I decided to use Las Vegas as the Raiders home. (yet again to avoid team stacking.)

    Below is the chart which ranks the Metropolitan areas out.

    RankEuroUSTeamNew Stadium Nametext
    1Paris, FRANew York, NYGiants - JetsParc Des Princes - Stade Charlety
    2London, UKLos Angeles, CAChargers - RamsStamford Bridge - Emirates Stadium
    3Madrid, ESPChicago, ILBearsBernabeu
    4Berlin, DEDallas, TXCowboysOlympiastadion
    5Ruhr, DEHouston, TXTexansSignal Iduna Park
    6Milan, ITAWashington D.C.Redskinssan siro
    7Rome, ITAMiami, FLDolphinsstadio olympico
    8Barcelona, ESPPhiladelphia, PAEaglescamp nou
    9Athens, GRCAtlanta, GAFalconsMain Olympic Stadium in athens
    10Naples, ITABoston, MA
    11Manchester, UKPhoenix, AZCardinalsOld Trafford
    12Hamburg, DESan Francisco, CA49ersvolksparkstadion
    13Warsaw, POLRiverside, CA
    14West Midlands urban Area, UKDetroit, MILionsVilla Park
    15Budapest, HUNSeattle, WASeahawksGroupama Arena
    16Munich, DEMinneapolis, MNVikingsAllianz Arena
    17Lisbon, PRTSan Diego, CA
    18Vienna, AUTTampa, FLBuccaneersGenerali arena
    19Stuttgart, DEDenver, COHorsiesMercedes-benz Arena
    20Amsterdam, NLDSt. Louis, MO
    21Frankfurt, DEBaltimore, MDEdgar Allen PosCommerzbank Arena
    22Brussels, BELOrlando, FLtext
    23Leeds, UKCharlotte, NCPanthersElland Road
    24Katowice, POLSan Antonio, TX
    25Stockholm, SWEPortland, OR
    26Prague, Czech Rep.Sacramento, CA
    27Copenhagen, DNKPittsburgh, PAMetal BendersTelia Parken
    28Cologne, DELas Vegas, NVRaidersRheinEnergieSTADION
    29Lyon, FRACincinnati, OHTIGERSMatmut Stadium
    30Dublin, IRLAustin, TX
    31Glasgow, UKKansas City, MORedskins 2.0Firhill Stadium
    32Turin, ITAColumbus, OH
    33Marseille, FRACleveland, OHBrownies GirlscoutsOrange Velodrome
    34Valencia, ESPIndianapolis, LOLHorsies 2.0Mestalla Stadium
    35Rotterdam, NLDSan Jose, CA
    36Dusseldorf, DENashville, TNThanos0.01esprit Stadium
    37Seville, ESPVirginia Beach, VA
    38Helsinki, FINProvidence-Warwick, RI-MA MSAPatriotsTelia 5g Areena
    39Cracow, POLMilwaukee, WI
    40Lille, FRAJacksonville, FLJaguarsStade Pierre Maruoy
    46Hanover, DENew Orleans, LACardinals 2.0HDI Arena
    157Cork, IRLGreenbay, WIPackersTurners Cross

    one Note: The reason I did not place the Patriots with the Boston is because there were two Metropolitan statistical areas that incorporated the east side of MA. One of them stretching from Boston to Manchester NH. the other stretching over Worcester and Providence,RI. Since the Patriots Stadium sat in the latter MSA I used that instead.

  • historymajor44
    11 points May 07,2019, 3:57pm

    Take the team back to Lisbon! Fuck Dean Spanos!

  • Thelongbread
    8 points May 07,2019, 3:17pm

    Its funny how Poland is on this list 3 times and still doesnt have a team

  • 90WCaL
    13 points May 07,2019, 2:53pm

    We make perfect sense to be in Ireland considering the green-ness associated with both places and all the beer

  • chumbawamba56
    5 points May 07,2019, 2:51pm

    What source did you use for this? It seems like you’ve only done European Union countries. St. Petersburg, Moscow, and Istanbul should all definitely make the list, with Moscow and Istanbul possibly topping it. I think Oslo and Belgrade should be able to sneak in at the bottom as well.

    /u/SalSomer I used the OECD for the information.

  • WesleySnopes
    5 points May 07,2019, 4:16pm

    I think Chiefs fans would fit in nicely over at /r/ScottishPeopleTwitter.

  • GuyTallman
    3 points May 07,2019, 3:05pm

    Copenhagen Staalers? Staalmeister?

  • BigTimeSmoker
    3 points May 07,2019, 3:25pm

    Seahawks logo is facing the wrong direction.

  • deleted
    4 points May 07,2019, 2:50pm

    [deleted]

  • Roycy
    2 points May 07,2019, 3:16pm

    Down, Budapest is wild! Beautiful city and everyone parties

  • Icemangiger
    2 points May 07,2019, 3:25pm

    As a Titans fan in Brussels, you have no idea how much this hurts...

  • HolyHerbert
    2 points May 07,2019, 4:46pm

    Frankfurt is the German equivalent to Baltimore, so that definitely fits the bill

  • pmccormick650
    1 points May 07,2019, 2:59pm

    dont see Raiders on map

  • outlaw2448
    1 points May 07,2019, 2:59pm

    Edinburgh Chiefs!!!!

  • jpk17041
    1 points May 07,2019, 3:11pm

    We really out here

  • Thejohnshirey
    1 points May 07,2019, 3:14pm

    Damn, metro area screws Jacksonville. It goes from 12th most populated city to 40th most populated metro area.

  • Bhockzer
    1 points May 07,2019, 3:21pm

    Vive les Bruns!!

  • jimmyhoffasbrother
    1 points May 07,2019, 3:22pm

    According to Google Translate, "cowboys" translated to German is "Cowboys", so I guess we'll be the Berlin Cowboys.

  • ericohman
    1 points May 07,2019, 4:40pm

    shoulda kept the original post w/o the pakers ;) #gobears

  • seejur
    1 points May 07,2019, 4:53pm

    Looking at my Italy, I am not pleased to have Snider. But then I look at France and I think "could be worse"

  • TheBananasIn
    1 points May 07,2019, 5:04pm

    Why the Seahawks logo gotta be backwards huh? I see how it is!

  • for_a_girl
    1 points May 07,2019, 5:20pm

    Fuck yeah we're Scotland!

  • IllidianStormrage
    1 points May 07,2019, 5:29pm

    Goddamnit, not the fuckin 9ers!

  • RFC52
    1 points May 07,2019, 5:55pm

    Of all the large stadiums in Glasgow (Ibrox, Hampden, Parkhead)...why pick Fir hill?

  • JGraham1839
    1 points May 07,2019, 6:04pm

    Valencia Colts sounds pretty dope. And apparently Valencia has an annual tomato fight so that's cool

  • Drdrazphd
    1 points May 07,2019, 6:29pm

    We really do share everything with the Bills👨‍❤️‍👨

  • ChronicRhinitis
    1 points May 07,2019, 7:20pm

    I dated a girl from Hamburg

  • Nightmare_Pasta
    1 points May 07,2019, 7:36pm

    I guess we're Finnish now. Suomi suomi

  • olbleedyeyes
    1 points May 07,2019, 8:27pm

    Idk why but I'm mad the Saints didn't somehow end up in France. Obviously not Paris but the logo is french AF lol

  • 7856970
    1 points May 07,2019, 3:48pm

    Why are you using the colorless Broncos and Raiders logos again? They look terrible compared to the rest

COMMENTS

  • LilUzi4Verticals
    42 points May 07,2019, 2:58pm

    Of course we’re in Helsinki

  • DillyDillly
    52 points May 07,2019, 2:53pm

    Patriots based out of Helsinki so you know they'll have all the wide receivers they could desire.

  • chumbawamba56
    18 points May 07,2019, 2:48pm

    Hello All,

    I previously made this post. Which, Compared the relative location of NFL Cities mapped over Europe.

    Well, this time I present a map of their Locations based on Metropolitan Populations size. I choose Metropolitan over city for a couple reasons:

    1. In the US, non-Major cities have drastically smaller population sizes and this would cause the rankings to be more spread out. So, having a city rank near no.100 creates issues. and that issue ties into the next reason.
    2. Cities in Europe are very close in proximity to each other. And in some cases populations were estimates or not recorded. But, Metropolitan areas in Europe do keep more accurate approximations when there is a lack of historical recorded data. this is also helpful because in some instances (Germany and UK) I would have 4-5 teams almost on top of each other.

    So, essentially I wanted as little teams as possible overlapped. I still couldn't avoid the Jets-giants and Chargers-Rams dilemma. But, I did what I could. You will probably notice that the 49ers and Raiders are not on top of each other and that is because I decided to use Las Vegas as the Raiders home. (yet again to avoid team stacking.)

    Below is the chart which ranks the Metropolitan areas out.

    RankEuroUSTeamNew Stadium Nametext
    1Paris, FRANew York, NYGiants - JetsParc Des Princes - Stade Charlety
    2London, UKLos Angeles, CAChargers - RamsStamford Bridge - Emirates Stadium
    3Madrid, ESPChicago, ILBearsBernabeu
    4Berlin, DEDallas, TXCowboysOlympiastadion
    5Ruhr, DEHouston, TXTexansSignal Iduna Park
    6Milan, ITAWashington D.C.Redskinssan siro
    7Rome, ITAMiami, FLDolphinsstadio olympico
    8Barcelona, ESPPhiladelphia, PAEaglescamp nou
    9Athens, GRCAtlanta, GAFalconsMain Olympic Stadium in athens
    10Naples, ITABoston, MA
    11Manchester, UKPhoenix, AZCardinalsOld Trafford
    12Hamburg, DESan Francisco, CA49ersvolksparkstadion
    13Warsaw, POLRiverside, CA
    14West Midlands urban Area, UKDetroit, MILionsVilla Park
    15Budapest, HUNSeattle, WASeahawksGroupama Arena
    16Munich, DEMinneapolis, MNVikingsAllianz Arena
    17Lisbon, PRTSan Diego, CA
    18Vienna, AUTTampa, FLBuccaneersGenerali arena
    19Stuttgart, DEDenver, COHorsiesMercedes-benz Arena
    20Amsterdam, NLDSt. Louis, MO
    21Frankfurt, DEBaltimore, MDEdgar Allen PosCommerzbank Arena
    22Brussels, BELOrlando, FLtext
    23Leeds, UKCharlotte, NCPanthersElland Road
    24Katowice, POLSan Antonio, TX
    25Stockholm, SWEPortland, OR
    26Prague, Czech Rep.Sacramento, CA
    27Copenhagen, DNKPittsburgh, PAMetal BendersTelia Parken
    28Cologne, DELas Vegas, NVRaidersRheinEnergieSTADION
    29Lyon, FRACincinnati, OHTIGERSMatmut Stadium
    30Dublin, IRLAustin, TX
    31Glasgow, UKKansas City, MORedskins 2.0Firhill Stadium
    32Turin, ITAColumbus, OH
    33Marseille, FRACleveland, OHBrownies GirlscoutsOrange Velodrome
    34Valencia, ESPIndianapolis, LOLHorsies 2.0Mestalla Stadium
    35Rotterdam, NLDSan Jose, CA
    36Dusseldorf, DENashville, TNThanos0.01esprit Stadium
    37Seville, ESPVirginia Beach, VA
    38Helsinki, FINProvidence-Warwick, RI-MA MSAPatriotsTelia 5g Areena
    39Cracow, POLMilwaukee, WI
    40Lille, FRAJacksonville, FLJaguarsStade Pierre Maruoy
    46Hanover, DENew Orleans, LACardinals 2.0HDI Arena
    157Cork, IRLGreenbay, WIPackersTurners Cross

    one Note: The reason I did not place the Patriots with the Boston is because there were two Metropolitan statistical areas that incorporated the east side of MA. One of them stretching from Boston to Manchester NH. the other stretching over Worcester and Providence,RI. Since the Patriots Stadium sat in the latter MSA I used that instead.

  • AlexOccasionalCortex
    26 points May 07,2019, 3:36pm

    Fuck Helsinki.

  • historymajor44
    11 points May 07,2019, 3:57pm

    Take the team back to Lisbon! Fuck Dean Spanos!

  • Thelongbread
    8 points May 07,2019, 3:17pm

    Its funny how Poland is on this list 3 times and still doesnt have a team

  • 90WCaL
    13 points May 07,2019, 2:53pm

    We make perfect sense to be in Ireland considering the green-ness associated with both places and all the beer

  • chumbawamba56
    5 points May 07,2019, 2:51pm

    What source did you use for this? It seems like you’ve only done European Union countries. St. Petersburg, Moscow, and Istanbul should all definitely make the list, with Moscow and Istanbul possibly topping it. I think Oslo and Belgrade should be able to sneak in at the bottom as well.

    /u/SalSomer I used the OECD for the information.

  • WesleySnopes
    5 points May 07,2019, 4:16pm

    I think Chiefs fans would fit in nicely over at /r/ScottishPeopleTwitter.

  • GuyTallman
    3 points May 07,2019, 3:05pm

    Copenhagen Staalers? Staalmeister?

  • BigTimeSmoker
    3 points May 07,2019, 3:25pm

    Seahawks logo is facing the wrong direction.

  • deleted
    4 points May 07,2019, 2:50pm

    [deleted]

  • Roycy
    2 points May 07,2019, 3:16pm

    Down, Budapest is wild! Beautiful city and everyone parties

  • Icemangiger
    2 points May 07,2019, 3:25pm

    As a Titans fan in Brussels, you have no idea how much this hurts...

  • HolyHerbert
    2 points May 07,2019, 4:46pm

    Frankfurt is the German equivalent to Baltimore, so that definitely fits the bill

  • pmccormick650
    1 points May 07,2019, 2:59pm

    dont see Raiders on map

  • outlaw2448
    1 points May 07,2019, 2:59pm

    Edinburgh Chiefs!!!!

  • jpk17041
    1 points May 07,2019, 3:11pm

    We really out here

  • Thejohnshirey
    1 points May 07,2019, 3:14pm

    Damn, metro area screws Jacksonville. It goes from 12th most populated city to 40th most populated metro area.

  • Bhockzer
    1 points May 07,2019, 3:21pm

    Vive les Bruns!!

  • jimmyhoffasbrother
    1 points May 07,2019, 3:22pm

    According to Google Translate, "cowboys" translated to German is "Cowboys", so I guess we'll be the Berlin Cowboys.

  • ericohman
    1 points May 07,2019, 4:40pm

    shoulda kept the original post w/o the pakers ;) #gobears

  • seejur
    1 points May 07,2019, 4:53pm

    Looking at my Italy, I am not pleased to have Snider. But then I look at France and I think "could be worse"

  • TheBananasIn
    1 points May 07,2019, 5:04pm

    Why the Seahawks logo gotta be backwards huh? I see how it is!

  • for_a_girl
    1 points May 07,2019, 5:20pm

    Fuck yeah we're Scotland!

  • IllidianStormrage
    1 points May 07,2019, 5:29pm

    Goddamnit, not the fuckin 9ers!

  • RFC52
    1 points May 07,2019, 5:55pm

    Of all the large stadiums in Glasgow (Ibrox, Hampden, Parkhead)...why pick Fir hill?

  • JGraham1839
    1 points May 07,2019, 6:04pm

    Valencia Colts sounds pretty dope. And apparently Valencia has an annual tomato fight so that's cool

  • Drdrazphd
    1 points May 07,2019, 6:29pm

    We really do share everything with the Bills👨‍❤️‍👨

  • ChronicRhinitis
    1 points May 07,2019, 7:20pm

    I dated a girl from Hamburg

  • Nightmare_Pasta
    1 points May 07,2019, 7:36pm

    I guess we're Finnish now. Suomi suomi

  • olbleedyeyes
    1 points May 07,2019, 8:27pm

    Idk why but I'm mad the Saints didn't somehow end up in France. Obviously not Paris but the logo is french AF lol

  • 7856970
    1 points May 07,2019, 3:48pm

    Why are you using the colorless Broncos and Raiders logos again? They look terrible compared to the rest

● ● ●

Each team to make at least one SB appearance, ranked by number of wins.

NFL: National Football League Discussion

COMMENTS

  • ImJeeezus
    587 points May 06,2019, 1:44am

    Poor Vikes and Bills

  • opengrowth
    347 points May 06,2019, 2:04am

    AFC East has lost 12 Super Bowls.

  • bargman
    225 points May 06,2019, 2:17am

    Who hasn't appeared? Jaguars, Texans, Cardinals, Lions, Browns, correct?

    Edit: Cardinals lost to the Steelers in one of the best Super Bowls ever.

  • _Gingam_
    81 points May 06,2019, 2:21am

    Some of the logos being flipped really annoys me

  • GambitNA
    75 points May 06,2019, 6:14am

    Curse you Baltimore Raven, curse you to heck.

  • MrDTremens
    145 points May 06,2019, 2:09am

    This is used to hurt my feelings.

  • Shaq_Bolton
    73 points May 06,2019, 3:09am

    Nice, Ravens are the only team to win more than one without a loss.

  • HoneymelonYellow
    20 points May 06,2019, 6:30am

    Yay, the Lions never lost a SB!

  • GundhamTanaka1
    18 points May 06,2019, 2:34am

    Cat teams are cursed

  • SkinnyTestaverde
    47 points May 06,2019, 8:16am

    Jets: Undefeated

    Patriots: 5 Super Bowl Losses

    IT'S SIMPLE MATH, PEOPLE! CLEARLY WE ARE THE SUPERIOR FRANCHISE AS OF LATE!!!

  • glenyrd
    15 points May 06,2019, 3:16am

    Almost 20 years later and it still hurts.

  • pfeifits
    11 points May 06,2019, 10:08am

    Not Pictured: Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars. Years in the league: Cleveland Browns: 69 (Gronk chuckles), Detroit Lions: 88, Houston Texans: 19, Jacksonville Jaguars: 25.

  • saetzero
    11 points May 06,2019, 10:07am

    TIL the Ravens are the only undefeated in the Super Bowl team with a sample size above 1. Neat.

  • zgamer200
    44 points May 06,2019, 2:36am

    Dang, 5 SB losses, huh? We're even worse than the Bills and Vikings.

  • WIN011
    70 points May 06,2019, 1:49am
  • The_Outcast4
    9 points May 06,2019, 9:37am

    Sigh... was this necessary?

  • Dezzerno
    8 points May 06,2019, 2:54am

    I love the bills and vikings. Doesn’t show our terrible superbowl win percentage.

  • SilvaFange
    15 points May 06,2019, 1:54am

    :(

  • Sylvi_Listhaug
    7 points May 06,2019, 10:08am

    Reported

  • Cabes86
    18 points May 06,2019, 7:46am

    Its so nuts to think we went from where the panthers are to this absurd top position in under 20 years. Meanwhile the panthers have only been around a short jaunt.

  • brandontozeap
    12 points May 06,2019, 8:36am

    2-0 baby

  • threevo
    11 points May 06,2019, 9:51am

    Work with a Jets fan who loves to brag about their super bowl victory. In a time neither of us were born.

  • xyentist
    6 points May 06,2019, 10:24am

    Most Appearances - Tie AFCE and NFCE with 21

    Most Wins - NFCE 13

    Fewest Appearances - AFCS 5

    Fewest Wins - Tie AFCS and NFCS with 2

    Best Win % - AFCN 69%

    Worst Win % - NFCS 33%

    (counting from the graph gave me a headache, I very well could have wrote some of the numbers down incorrectly).

  • Vanc_Trough
    10 points May 06,2019, 9:06am

    Can't lose a superbowl if you never go to one!

    https://imgur.com/gallery/0GFpYe8

  • Morall_tach
    5 points May 06,2019, 9:56am

    No one has lost more than us. Also we own the wrong end of the two worst blowouts in SB history. Legendary.

  • samanthathequeer
    4 points May 06,2019, 8:05am

    cries in texan

  • Manwar7
    4 points May 06,2019, 9:22am

    Nope, don't like this one

  • BEEFTANK_Jr
    4 points May 06,2019, 9:41am

    I can't believe you've done this.

  • 3headeddragn
    4 points May 06,2019, 2:15pm

    Imagine 20 years ago if you said to someone that the Pats would have more SB's than the 49ers/Cowboys by 2019.

  • conchois
    4 points May 06,2019, 3:07pm

    By division

    AFCE: 9-12

    AFCN: 8-4

    AFCS: 2-3

    AFCW: 7-9

    NFCE: 13-8

    NFCN: 5-6

    NFCS: 2-4

    NFCW: 7-7

  • dakak36
    7 points May 06,2019, 9:13am

    Baltimore is the only team with multiple appearances without a loss

  • SpaceKoala34
    3 points May 06,2019, 10:34am

    Eat my ass

  • BelliBlast35
    3 points May 06,2019, 12:11pm

    With all that losing our Raiders have done the past 19 or so years and still be top 10 is amazing really, at one point they’ve won wore SB than the cowboys....

  • GroMicroBloom
    7 points May 06,2019, 6:45am

    Jets, Bucs and Saints, all winning their sole SB appearances (so far) 👌🏻

  • illegalsmile27
    6 points May 06,2019, 9:41am

    Go Bengals. :(

  • vo0d0ochild
    4 points May 06,2019, 7:05am

    Well now its gonna bug me how much cleaner the Steelers record looks

  • Cheeseheads1204
    5 points May 06,2019, 9:30am

    Hey, why don't I see the Lions?...... oh, yea...... sorry!

  • FireMikePettine2018
    6 points May 06,2019, 2:10am

    You forgot to put the Lions on this.

  • Lowtan
    2 points May 06,2019, 8:55am

    Bucs are undefeated. Suck it NFCS.

  • KyleR4Y5
    2 points May 06,2019, 8:59am

    The NFC East has the most super bowls total for a division with 13. Cowboys 5, Giants 4, Redskins 3, and Eagles with 1. Also the NFC East has the most hated teams in the league with 4 the Cowboys, Giants, Egales, and Redskins. Oh boy can't wait to watch them on SNF cuz the East gets like 5 or 6 SNF games a year.

  • digit4lmind
    2 points May 06,2019, 9:27am

    whats the worst division by this?

  • Beatle_Matt
    2 points May 06,2019, 9:34am

    God dammit. :(

  • M3Core
    2 points May 06,2019, 9:51am

    sigh That one little red bar recalls some very dark times.

  • s0larb0y
    2 points May 06,2019, 9:56am

    Didn’t know the Ravens are the only team to win at least 2 and be undefeated in Super Bowls. You learn something new about the NFL every day.

  • LordRavenholm
    2 points May 06,2019, 10:35am

    Interesting.

    I'd be interested to see a ranking by % of games or reasons played.

    e.g. if your team has played 20 seasons but won 2 superbowls, you have 10% superbowl winning percentage, and are ranked above someone with 40 seasons and 3 superbowls.

    Disclosure: I am doing this for selfish reasons because I think the Ravens would be pretty high up there... Still prolly wouldn't beat the Pats but hey...

  • zer0_badass
    2 points May 06,2019, 10:35am

    Sad bird noises

  • snipergrenade
    2 points May 06,2019, 10:39am

    We are balanced..... as all things should be

  • Drizzy_THAkid
    2 points May 06,2019, 10:45am

    Jim Kelly has left the chat

  • rellicotton
    2 points May 06,2019, 12:30pm

    Patriots are the current day dynasty having won 6 of the last 18-19 years! Remarkable when you think about it. The Steelers have taken 85 yrs to get their 6 in stark contrast. That really sucks when you think about it. After the Patriots it seems from looking at the chart, that the Ravens are the most dangerous team if they get to the SB. They've won 2 in 22 yrs of existence a nice feat.

  • superbuttpiss
    2 points May 06,2019, 12:35pm

    That one loss hurts alot

  • Vrael22
    2 points May 06,2019, 1:08pm

    Is it okay to drink at work?

  • balladopeman
    2 points May 06,2019, 2:09pm

    Its interesting that the Dolphins have not won since Superbowl 8 and are still 10th ranked. Its amazing how few teams have won more than twice in over 50 years.

  • no_Puzzles_x3
    3 points May 06,2019, 8:44am

    San Fran and Green Bay both impressive at 4-1. Steelers suck but damn that 6-2 Super Bowl record might be the best one on this list. Poor bills and Vikings. Most surprising one to me is Denver’s 3-5: never realized they had lost more appearances than they won. Also surprised to see the Saints have only been to one SB. Cool graph and thanks for sharing.

  • Randombobman
    2 points May 06,2019, 9:58am

    Wow Ravens with the best win % at 200%

  • troll413
    2 points May 06,2019, 1:45am

    Haha least losses in our division!!

  • Subby13
    1 points May 06,2019, 9:46am

    Never forget how hard the Bears beat the fuck out of the Patriots. Pretty sure it’s still the only super bowl game where a healthy starting QB was yanked from the game in a loss.

  • VeteranFantasyGuy
    1 points May 06,2019, 10:16am

    Take this down now

  • PillCosby92
    1 points May 06,2019, 10:23am

    I’m not a fan of this thread.

  • blosweed
    1 points May 06,2019, 10:34am

    Undefeated baby

  • XstarshooterX
    1 points May 06,2019, 11:19am

    What a fun post.

  • Jcaf8
    1 points May 06,2019, 11:38am

    Undefeated baby

  • PetitePlethora
    1 points May 06,2019, 11:43am

    One and done teams, woot woot as the kids say.

  • stangg
    1 points May 06,2019, 11:48am

    What about the Browns, Lions, Texans, and Jags?

  • biglineman
    1 points May 06,2019, 11:54am

    sees off tilt logos

  • rellicotton
    1 points May 06,2019, 12:25pm

    If the Ravens go to the SB it seems like they win. Same with the Saints, Jets and the Bucs but the Ravens have the larger sample size. To me personally, it is about winning the SB more than being in one and losing.

  • crocmorg1
    1 points May 06,2019, 1:01pm

    Bills have left the chat.

  • DanerysFlacco
    1 points May 06,2019, 1:30pm

    Oh shit were the only undefeated team with multiple appearances

  • DrMaxCoytus
    1 points May 06,2019, 3:05pm

    Nice. I was looking for a reason to sadden up today!

  • caltric
    1 points May 06,2019, 3:09pm

    :((((((

  • bluntrollin
    1 points May 06,2019, 5:30pm

    Ravens only multi superbowl winning team with no loses.
    Ravens only been a franchise 20 years.

  • LisbethSalanderFC
    1 points May 06,2019, 6:16pm

    Saint Jets Bucs and Ravens only teams batting 1000.

  • callmecyke
    1 points May 06,2019, 4:56am

    Fuck yeah green!

  • FreddyDontCare
    1 points May 06,2019, 9:00am

    Steelers should be at the top, they won 6 first, the pats tied them, it's only right. Yeah I'm bitter big whoop. I gotta fight for these things while I still can.

  • 2WhomAreYouListening
    -3 points May 06,2019, 9:16am

    0-4 is the worst possible situation. 0-0 is probably better than 0-4.

COMMENTS

  • ImJeeezus
    587 points May 06,2019, 1:44am

    Poor Vikes and Bills

  • opengrowth
    347 points May 06,2019, 2:04am

    AFC East has lost 12 Super Bowls.

  • bargman
    225 points May 06,2019, 2:17am

    Who hasn't appeared? Jaguars, Texans, Cardinals, Lions, Browns, correct?

    Edit: Cardinals lost to the Steelers in one of the best Super Bowls ever.

  • Thegingerkid01
    126 points May 06,2019, 1:46am

    Thanks I hate it

  • _Gingam_
    81 points May 06,2019, 2:21am

    Some of the logos being flipped really annoys me

  • GambitNA
    75 points May 06,2019, 6:14am

    Curse you Baltimore Raven, curse you to heck.

  • MrDTremens
    145 points May 06,2019, 2:09am

    This is used to hurt my feelings.

  • Shaq_Bolton
    73 points May 06,2019, 3:09am

    Nice, Ravens are the only team to win more than one without a loss.

  • HoneymelonYellow
    20 points May 06,2019, 6:30am

    Yay, the Lions never lost a SB!

  • GundhamTanaka1
    18 points May 06,2019, 2:34am

    Cat teams are cursed

  • SkinnyTestaverde
    47 points May 06,2019, 8:16am

    Jets: Undefeated

    Patriots: 5 Super Bowl Losses

    IT'S SIMPLE MATH, PEOPLE! CLEARLY WE ARE THE SUPERIOR FRANCHISE AS OF LATE!!!

  • glenyrd
    15 points May 06,2019, 3:16am

    Almost 20 years later and it still hurts.

  • pfeifits
    11 points May 06,2019, 10:08am

    Not Pictured: Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars. Years in the league: Cleveland Browns: 69 (Gronk chuckles), Detroit Lions: 88, Houston Texans: 19, Jacksonville Jaguars: 25.

  • saetzero
    11 points May 06,2019, 10:07am

    TIL the Ravens are the only undefeated in the Super Bowl team with a sample size above 1. Neat.

  • zgamer200
    44 points May 06,2019, 2:36am

    Dang, 5 SB losses, huh? We're even worse than the Bills and Vikings.

  • WIN011
    70 points May 06,2019, 1:49am
  • The_Outcast4
    9 points May 06,2019, 9:37am

    Sigh... was this necessary?

  • Dezzerno
    8 points May 06,2019, 2:54am

    I love the bills and vikings. Doesn’t show our terrible superbowl win percentage.

  • SilvaFange
    15 points May 06,2019, 1:54am

    :(

  • Sylvi_Listhaug
    7 points May 06,2019, 10:08am

    Reported

  • Cabes86
    18 points May 06,2019, 7:46am

    Its so nuts to think we went from where the panthers are to this absurd top position in under 20 years. Meanwhile the panthers have only been around a short jaunt.

  • brandontozeap
    12 points May 06,2019, 8:36am

    2-0 baby

  • threevo
    11 points May 06,2019, 9:51am

    Work with a Jets fan who loves to brag about their super bowl victory. In a time neither of us were born.

  • xyentist
    6 points May 06,2019, 10:24am

    Most Appearances - Tie AFCE and NFCE with 21

    Most Wins - NFCE 13

    Fewest Appearances - AFCS 5

    Fewest Wins - Tie AFCS and NFCS with 2

    Best Win % - AFCN 69%

    Worst Win % - NFCS 33%

    (counting from the graph gave me a headache, I very well could have wrote some of the numbers down incorrectly).

  • Vanc_Trough
    10 points May 06,2019, 9:06am

    Can't lose a superbowl if you never go to one!

    https://imgur.com/gallery/0GFpYe8

  • Morall_tach
    5 points May 06,2019, 9:56am

    No one has lost more than us. Also we own the wrong end of the two worst blowouts in SB history. Legendary.

  • samanthathequeer
    4 points May 06,2019, 8:05am

    cries in texan

  • Manwar7
    4 points May 06,2019, 9:22am

    Nope, don't like this one

  • BEEFTANK_Jr
    4 points May 06,2019, 9:41am

    I can't believe you've done this.