Please note, in the interests of full disclosure, I wish to address this here rather than in the inevitable comments: NFL Films produces and airs on the NFL Network cable channel a program called “Top 10”, which ranks and showcases players, teams, games, and other notable achievements in various categories for each hour-long episode.
The Panthers quarterback took some time this off-season to join Team USA's water polo team for a recent practice; and the above picture, showing off Cam's ridiculous muscles, has gone viral.
Newton posted the same photo on his Instagram, with the caption: "Let's just say you wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of this throw." Let's hope that whoever caught this bullet from Newton still has hands left to participate in the upcoming Summer Olympics in August.
In the meantime, stop your whining, sit your candy-asses down, and check out this list and these video clips of some of the meanest, most badass NFL players ever to have strapped on the cleats.
You don’t have to be a fan, but I ask that you just respect that these guys played the game like it was meant to be played, leaving it all on the field and then some.
And for those of you that ARE fans of the National Football League, sit back and enjoy!
And if your favorite player isn’t listed here, by all means tell us about him in the comments and maybe treat us to a bonus clip.
S., no one cares”, or “It’s not ‘real football’ (aka international futbol)”, or “Unlike rugby, these wimps wear pads and helmets”, and so on.
Whatever man, we seasoned Listversers have heard it all before, ad nauseum. Tomorrow will be a new list, perhaps one that is more to your liking.
He was a fixture on the offensive line during his tenure, missing only two games in the entire 13 seasons that he was a member of the team.
Allen was traded to the Vikings from the Kansas City Chiefs for a handful of draft picks in 2008.
As we remember Ryan, who sadly passed away on Tuesday at the age of 82 after battling cancer, we look at some of the toughest, most intimidating players he ever coached.