Best "OMG" Plays in NFL History!

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Dan the Man
Dan the Man 7 aylar önce
Phenomenal compilation. Finally a "best in NFL history" vid that actually goes back beyond 2005 to include everything. Almost every amazing play I could think of was included. The only 2 that came to mind that weren't here were: * 1972 AFC Divisional Playoff - Ken Stabler runs for 30-yard TD with less than 2:00 to play to give the Raiders a 7-6 lead over the Steelers, just moments before the "Immaculate Reception". Stabler had 93 yards rushing for his CAREER. About as unlikely an occurrence as has ever happened in the NFL. *1986 Monday Night Football, Oct. 13 - Bengals punter Jeff Hayes runs 61 yards for a TD on a fake punt in the 4th quarter to give the Bengals a come-from-behind, 24-22 win over the Steelers. Greatest fake punt in NFL history.
Darrell Moore
Darrell Moore 2 gün önce
Guys, Here is our Savior YaH The Heavenly FATHER HIMSELF was Who they Crucified/Pierced for our sins and “HERE IS THE PROOF” From the Ancient Egyptian Semitic: "Yad He Vav He" is what Moshe (Moses) wrote, when Moses asked YaH His Name (Exodus 3) Ancient Egyptian Semitic Direct Translation Yad - "Behold The Hand" He - "Behold the Breath" Vav - "Behold The NAIL"
Dr Vagorim
Dr Vagorim 12 gün önce
@Brandon Vasquez yes you can. One man runs faster the other man moves slower. And about the catching that super easy. There’s a magnetic chip in the football. As well as in the gloves. The magnets are placed more in the finger tips. And lastly nfl has already stated they are sports entertainment. Anything that’s sport entertainment is 💯 scripted. Even purchase an nfl ticket and it literally says on the ticket -for entertainment purposes only. Not sure why you wanna think it’s real.. but you believe what you want to 😘
Brandon Vasquez
Brandon Vasquez 14 gün önce
@Dr Vagorim you can't script catches and runs like these football is real. wrestling is as fake as can be.
Dr Vagorim
Dr Vagorim Aylar önce
@crazy gamer scripted entertainment.
crazy gamer
crazy gamer 2 aylar önce
@Dr Vagorim how is the wwe ran?
Austin Teutsch
Austin Teutsch Aylar önce
40 minutes of just smiling....just one big old smile watching these miracles.
Saidah Murphy
Saidah Murphy Aylar önce
I love how Campbell was so intense, his jersey fell apart 😂
Mike Rodrick
Mike Rodrick Aylar önce
The incredible acrobatics of these receivers is beyond belief.
anime._.kid16 Aylar önce
37:29 the original one handed "odell" catch
Joe Diaz
Joe Diaz 5 aylar önce
Man, Troy Polamalu is a defensive BEAST! He knew how to time the QB's hike counts perfectly to get quick, demoralizing, sacks! He also had a lot of nice interceptions that were outer-worldly! Favorite plays are the jumps players make over their opponents. So fun to see a defensive player get nothing but air!🤣
Michel Buhl
Michel Buhl Gün önce
Paul Bunion
Paul Bunion Aylar önce
That's why I personally think he's one of the best defensive players his ability to quickly read a play and have the speed to get there are unmatched
HodgePodge218 Aylar önce
I keep seeing people clowning on my broncos but never my broncos clowning on anyone feels bad man
Neonicon Aylar önce
That Cam Newton flip was clean AF boi
serisothikos 6 aylar önce
So glad to see Dan Connolly's return on there at 33:45. Not a person in the world who can't appreciate a 330-pound man blazing down the field. Also: it's too bad it wasn't in the regular season so it makes sense not to include it, but one of my favorites was the preseason game in 2010 when Gronkowski was brand new to the league. He caught a pass several yards out from the end zone, James Laurinaitis wrapped up his leg, and Gronk simply dragged a full-grown NFL player down the field on his other leg for a touchdown. I'd never seen anything quite like it.
LILRIG8 Aylar önce
God, when will Tennessee win it all…
SigmaNuHE481 7 aylar önce
This is why I love to watch every week of the season. Never know when one of these moments is going to happen. Just hope it's never against your favorite team
Darrell Moore
Darrell Moore 2 gün önce
Guys, Here is our Savior YaH The Heavenly FATHER HIMSELF was Who they Crucified/Pierced for our sins and “HERE IS THE PROOF” From the Ancient Egyptian Semitic: "Yad He Vav He" is what Moshe (Moses) wrote, when Moses asked YaH His Name (Exodus 3) Ancient Egyptian Semitic Direct Translation Yad - "Behold The Hand" He - "Behold the Breath" Vav - "Behold The NAIL"
STisGOOD Aylar önce
Who doesn’t
Gunther Ultrabolt Novacrunch
or...OR... You can just wait for awesome compilations like this.
Jimmy is pr better than you
Or hope it’s your favorite team
Steve Youngs run and stumble into the end zone is a classic. Bunch of awesome plays. Was fun to watch. Great video
Darrell Moore
Darrell Moore 2 gün önce
Guys, Here is our Savior YaH The Heavenly FATHER HIMSELF was Who they Crucified/Pierced for our sins and “HERE IS THE PROOF” From the Ancient Egyptian Semitic: "Yad He Vav He" is what Moshe (Moses) wrote, when Moses asked YaH His Name (Exodus 3) Ancient Egyptian Semitic Direct Translation Yad - "Behold The Hand" He - "Behold the Breath" Vav - "Behold The NAIL"
Chazz X
Chazz X 4 aylar önce
@Rather Dashing Burger King had some awesome nfl commercials
Rather Dashing
Rather Dashing 4 aylar önce
@Chazz X it's funny because the Moss play before that was also a Burger King commercial lol
Rather Dashing
Rather Dashing 4 aylar önce
As a Vikings fan... I hate it, but I recognize its greatness lol
Chazz X
Chazz X 5 aylar önce
Always picture Burger King scrambling
scarface2684 Aylar önce
I know there are tons of omg moments, but come on! ONE play by AP??? Just ONE?!
Donald Holder *Doc*
Donald Holder *Doc* 6 aylar önce
Still miss Barry Sanders. He was never pretentious or 'look at me' as I strut into the endzone. He would be 30 yards from endzone with noone close to him and he wouldnt let up. Full speed until he was pass the goalline. Then he would casually hand the ball to the ref and jog bag to bench.
Mike Rodrick
Mike Rodrick Aylar önce
Sanders was the most humble man in the game. Such greatness without showboating or gloating.
Legozanman 4 aylar önce
Yes sir, my dad still talks about him all The time
Mystakat 4 aylar önce
Troy Palamolu is the best to have ever been. Absolutely insane player, hall of fame worthy
Oracle@Delphi 7 aylar önce
That 99 yard run from Henry was legit. No blocking down field, just stiff arm expertise straight to the house. That is the best run. EVER
TheSportsGuru 3 aylar önce
I still have to give it to Lynch's Beast Mode run personally, because he broke triple the amount of tackles, did it in all kind of ways and had less speed (and therefore less kinetic power) while doing it. Plus it was in the playoffs and led to a huge upset. That one is still up there though.
B 6 aylar önce
@FrogSquash thanos is from a planet called titan
FrogSquash 6 aylar önce
@B I like that. Thanos mode is right. But he plays for the Titans himself
Lourdes Terry
Lourdes Terry 6 aylar önce
@B ?
Kid Lightning
Kid Lightning 5 aylar önce
That Marvin Harrison catch was unreal...the reflexes required to make that catch off the deflection with one hand and then have the presence of mind to keep both feet inbounds... insane!
Beto OH
Beto OH 2 aylar önce
outstanding compilation!!, amazing! I just enjoyed every minute it lasted, watching those superb plays that even brought me memories from the years i have been fan of this sport!
papillon 6 aylar önce
10:45 This Marshawn Lynch run against the Saints might be the most impressive run I’ve ever watched!! I watched it in slo-mo and he literally broke 9 tackles on the way to a 67-yd TD!!
Dr Vagorim
Dr Vagorim 3 aylar önce
@Pretzul you know it’s scripted right?
Pretzul 3 aylar önce
That and the run by Henry at about 8:45, absolutely manhandles the first defender from his own 20-35 yard line, drags a 2nd defensive back from the 50 to the opposing 30, bulldozes through a tackle at the 20, then just plain outruns the cornerback who was already flying downfield despite the fact that he was starting from a slow speed after trucking the last tackler.
Dr Vagorim
Dr Vagorim 3 aylar önce
That’s because the nfl is scripted.
Coury Landers
Coury Landers 7 aylar önce
Great video. There's one l remember. Doug Williams was playing for Tampa Bay, and slipped and threw a TD pass about 40yards..... FROM THE SITTING POSITION!!!! It was officially a 20 or 25 yard pass. But if you look at the actual yards, it was around 30 or 40 yards. Nevertheless,it was a OMG play. See if you can find it.
Jennifer Marshall
Jennifer Marshall 4 aylar önce
Steve Youngs run and stumble into the end zone is a classic. Bunch of awesome plays. Was fun to watch.
The Sunnynation
The Sunnynation 2 aylar önce
Polamalu is the guy that exited me for the Sport many many years ago. his effort and dedication is insane. I Loved watching him play.
Van Hattfield
Van Hattfield 13 gün önce
Hearing some of these names sure brings back some good memories from my younger days back when I was a big fan of the NFL. Good stuff...
Coury Landers
Coury Landers 7 aylar önce
There's a Giants vs 49ers Monday night game in 1986. Giants TE Mark Bavaro had a few OMG moments including dragging about nine 49ers on a play.
Aj de Lisle
Aj de Lisle 7 aylar önce
This is an awesome compilation. The only play that sprang to mind for me that was missing was D.K. Metcalf's chasedown of Buddha Baker.
Jim Kelly
Jim Kelly 3 aylar önce
Even better, he was 325 at the time and was hauling ass. I can’t imagine a Zach Martin or Quintin Nelson doing that.
James Trussell
James Trussell 5 aylar önce
How about Larry Allen chasing down that linebacker. LA weighed near 300 lbs.
Kimberly Frost
Kimberly Frost 6 aylar önce
IKR at least they got the Larry Allen rundown in here. That was fun to watch as well.
George Fitness
George Fitness 5 aylar önce
Bo Jackson’s runs are easily the most exciting plays of all time . Speed and power unmatched
A.R.M Productions
A.R.M Productions Aylar önce
Love how the announcers are just as amazed and excited as the crowd.
Private Idaho
Private Idaho 6 aylar önce
I love these game breaker receptions and interceptions and long runs after the catch. Still I like to also see the plays where the tacklers square up and decleat someone. There are a lot of great defenders in the NFL who regularly thwart these plays and many times offensive players make huge stops and run down interceptors by knowing how to pursue.
Joel Niemann
Joel Niemann 4 aylar önce
You know what makes this highlight reel so perfect? You don't show all the stupid showboating after the plays. Meanwhile, the networks love to do a slow motion replay of some guy doing the funky chicken every chance they get. You won my subscription.
Glenn Sampson
Glenn Sampson 3 aylar önce
Very nice collection of plays. Usually collections of "best ever runs," "best ever QB scrambles," etc. are rather wimpy and include only plays from say the last three years. Not so here. These are all wonderful plays and even includes some famous older examples such as the Immaculate Reception and Lynn Swan's famous catch from Superbowl X (1975). Another play you might want to consider adding is Robert Bailey's record setting punt return (the only punt return of his career!). I don't know if the play qualifies as an OMG play, but it is too bizzarre and too funny to be missed. One video of this play is at the following youtube link trvid.com/video/video-WE1V-h0qPzQ.html Announcer: "Wait a minute, what's going on here?"
Robert Mayer
Robert Mayer 6 aylar önce
Good collection. Had my favorite Steve Young and Roger Craig runs. Would've liked to see the long, record smashing QB run by Colin Kaepernick against the GB Packers in the 2012 season's Wild Card playoff. Also, hardly any defensive plays. Would've liked to see some classic Dick Butkus, Ronnie Lott and others' hits sprinkled into all the wonderful offense plays. Don't mean to complain. Excellent compilation.
Therap3 6 aylar önce
I remember having an inside the NFL DVD that came with my PS2 in 2001 and that Jason Sehorn interception at 25:00 blew my mind back then. Still does. Good times.
Ochocinco 7 aylar önce
Troy Polamolu is insane, even though I’m a bengals fan
Chris B
Chris B 4 aylar önce
As a Ravens fan there were a lot of years that I hated Polamalu since I had to see him terrorize them at least twice a year. Even then, it was hard not to watch in awe as Troy played. You just hoped that when you saw him go off, it wasn't against your team.
whaheydelee 4 aylar önce
Must be the Head & Shoulders.
Nobody 5 aylar önce
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Private Idaho
Private Idaho 6 aylar önce
​@Dan the Man Pomamalu's ability to react instantly to circumstances on the field is unequaled. I'm pretty sure he is some kind of a superhero.
Ud’zal bros
Ud’zal bros 6 aylar önce
Aren’t the bengals rivals the browns
Theodore Grandet
Theodore Grandet 7 aylar önce
3:38 It shows how insane that Henry stiff arm is that it always gets put on best plays ever list even though it was flagged and didn't count. I still prefer the Jaguars 98 yard run but Henry is insane
Ligaff The Indifferent
One of the most OMG plays I have ever seen involved Tyreek Hill. It is probably not well known because it was an incompletion. Like several of the plays on this video, the ball was batted in the air while the receiver was coverd. But this one was different. Hill landed in the End Zone. The ball landed on his chest. He, very casually, grabbed the ball and either set it down or tossed it to the ref. It was clear that he thought the pass was incomplete. It was also clear that the ref and the defender believed the same thing. However, thanks to TV replay, a close examination of the play showed that the ball never struck the ground. So....Tyreek Hill scored a TD without knowing he did so and the touchdown pass was ruled incomplete and the game moved on. I don't think KC realized what had happened until well after the next play had taken place. That is what made that play worthy of an OMG.
High Rofellos
High Rofellos 4 aylar önce
I remember that play. The announcers were in disbelief that it didn't hit the ground. It was basically the Antonio Freeman play, but Hill didn't realize he caught it.
37Dionysos 6 aylar önce
Really outstanding selections of plays and outstanding editing too---Thanks for so much great football! Favorited for more views
Cermia78 7 aylar önce
12:06 this is officially scored as a "48 yard offensive fumble return" Steve Young was given an interception but no TD. But Todd Bell has 1 interception for "-1 yards"
Hollis2Hollywood 4 aylar önce
Usually with these compilations there's a handful of awesome plays and then some where you're like "how'd that get in here." Damn near every highlight I'm in awe. Great job on this
Alejandro Castro
Alejandro Castro 26 gün önce
Maravilloso y espectacular , jugadas increíbles y fantásticas!...Por esto y muchas cosas más!..El Fut Bool Americano es Sensacional y emocionante!..Digno de verlo!👍👍👍
James L Moore
James L Moore 6 aylar önce
I can't believe that John Stallworth is not in these highlights when he has made some of the most spectacular catches in the history of the game
Jonny 5ive
Jonny 5ive 2 aylar önce
Barry was an absolute SAVAGE. And so humble. That is what football is all about !
Raymond Anderson
Raymond Anderson 26 gün önce
Troy Polamalu is the best safety that has ever played the game, an absolute beast!
Flea Buckner
Flea Buckner 6 aylar önce
I've been watching NFL for 20+ years and for overall strength no one comes close to Derrick Henry. I'm not even a Titans fan but wow
P-BIZ 3 aylar önce
Wow this an amazing 40 minutes! Earl Campbell was a MACHINE! and I think Aaron Rodgers is probably the best quarterback in terms of true ability that ever was (Sorry Tom Brady, Aaron never had an offensive line like you have!)
Babs Phillips
Babs Phillips 3 aylar önce
What I love is that it's one play after another with no gap and no talking! Thanks!!
Sam M
Sam M 3 aylar önce
Derrick Henry a monster💪🏿 Awesome compilation.
Shootretro 3 aylar önce
The situational awareness at 3:13 is actually insane. That and the agility! Wow.
A Willz
A Willz 3 aylar önce
Like a cat
Ralf Petersen
Ralf Petersen 7 aylar önce
This is why we all love this game. One of the best videos I´ve ever seen...
Jay R. aka. Just Pelé
2:17 Mind-blowing catch. I was watching it live and must have replayed it like 20 times, the superhuman reflexes. 😲🤪
Dan 5 aylar önce
i like the dude that tried to pull the refs arm down from signaling td lol
Carlos Anaya
Carlos Anaya 6 aylar önce
Harrison catch?
Domiel - KoC
Domiel - KoC 6 aylar önce
The fact that Steve Young has one of the greatest runs of all time will always be hilarious... of course it ends with him tripping into the endzone.
Jeromepkr 6 aylar önce
28:36 That Brady guy sure is a talent. Throws a game losing interception that is actually a catch for a first down.
ScoobyDooClips 7 aylar önce
This is why we love the NFL.👍❤️
Terminalogical Inexactitude
Forget the N WORD foopall league.
LOVEDC4EVER! 7 aylar önce
Great stuff. I saw things I've never seen before! Please keep 'em coming. Totally makes the off season so fun!
MrRuberzahl 2 aylar önce
One of the most entertaining NFL montages I've seen! Well done and thank you!
Mikey Barboza
Mikey Barboza 7 aylar önce
Hearing Pat Summerall and John Madden again makes me realize how lucky I was to catch the tail end of their commentary careers and how awful the commentary teams have been the last 15 or so years.
James Richardson
James Richardson 2 aylar önce
That Browns tipped catch on his back in the end zone was absolutely crazy looking. I swear if it hadn't been documented in the game and a stadium full of people watching you'd swear it was one of those youtube videos where they record it and then play it backwards. You know like the old rising up out of the pool clips and things. Of course I can't comment on an NFL plays video without mentioning that Derrick Henry stiff arm when he through Josh Norman off the field and nearly into the crowd. Although he will always be immortalized in pictures forever at least he's not alone. There is quite a long list of players Henry has tossed around like a man among boys. There have been other backs who were big and strong (just not quite as big and strong) but what makes him so different and so dangerous is he can hurt you more than one way. So you can't just straighten up and plant your feet in front of him and give it your all to stop him because if he gets the edge he has crazy speed to take off and leave you. A man his size (basically a Defensive End playing Running Back) simply shouldn't also be that fast, i mean he pulls away from DB's and they are usually the quickest guys on the field. Fun fact Henry had the 6th fastest top speed last year of any player before his injury.
IceWater Slim
IceWater Slim 7 aylar önce
Fred Biletnikoff's catch in the end zone during the '74 Oakland / Miami playoff would still get my best-catch vote.
Vesubio Romo
Vesubio Romo 2 aylar önce
One of the best collections EVER! Thanks for all the hard work.
edward richard
edward richard 7 aylar önce
I thought Garrison Hearst was gonna be the next all time great running back. He was some special. Too bad for injuries.
jason waters
jason waters 7 aylar önce
Very sad situation
Ray Curlee
Ray Curlee 6 aylar önce
That volley by Joe J to himself was the ultimate we are gonna win this game no matter what. I don't think any team ever would have beat this team on this day.
Moss 6 aylar önce
I will always love the reaction of every Giants player after that Desean Jackson Td 😂
Michael Bradford
Michael Bradford 6 aylar önce
( They drew it up like that , didn't they? ) Lol ! Hearing the reactions of the announcers as they witness these incredible plays unfolding is hilarious ! What a fun video to watch !
Wes Inman
Wes Inman 7 aylar önce
The editing of this video blew me away. And so many fantastic plays, thanks!
tntkop 2 aylar önce
The BEST OMG moments in the NFL are after every TD scored by Barry Sanders. No self glorifying “look at me” celebrations. Simply respectfully handing or gently tossing the ball back to the official. Every time. O. M. G. !!!
Mark Schock
Mark Schock 4 aylar önce
As a SD Chargers fan, The Polamalu interception I couldn’t even be mad at, because it was an amazing play by an amazing player.
Nightowl333 6 aylar önce
This is why the NFL is incredible, the most entertaining sport. Every game you can easily see something out of this world you may have never seen before.
Substance8967 7 aylar önce
That transition from Romo saying “That’s Odell Beckham” on the Cole catch to the Odell catch lol
KurisuBlaze 3 aylar önce
They did something similar later on with 'Somewhere, David Tyree is smiling', then going to Tyree's Helmet Catch.
little spork the goon
little spork the goon 5 aylar önce
@Legendary0425 fax
STEBJIN 6 aylar önce
Against his Cowboys!
Legendary0425 7 aylar önce
best thing about that Odell catch is the Cowboys won that game.
little spork the goon
little spork the goon 7 aylar önce
haha fr
Slowey is Fastey
Slowey is Fastey 6 aylar önce
Marshawn lynchs playoff run against the saints is easily one of the greatest playoff running plays in history.
Dan Cox
Dan Cox 20 gün önce
Really appreciate some of the older plays. Great video in my opinion and I thank you.
RAMbling RAM
RAMbling RAM 7 aylar önce
7:47 was definitely a forward pass. This was the beginning of my dislike for the Titans.
Aaron J
Aaron J 5 aylar önce
100 percent an illegal forward pass. Had to scroll awhile for this comment lol
RushFanatic87 7 aylar önce
As a Saints fan, Brees is my guy. But if it comes down to a 4th quarter Hail Mary to win it, I’ll go with Rodgers any f*cking day. Dude has the propensity for immaculate long bomb game winners.
Chairman Meow
Chairman Meow 2 aylar önce
I love a good running back stiff arm. Its so great when someone really gets a good one off.
G Woody
G Woody 5 aylar önce
My god imagine if Barry Sanders had played for the Dallas Cowboys of that time... he would have had 50,000 yards rushing and 50 touchdowns a year. He would have made Emmit Smith look just OK. Lol Or Buffalo... they might have not lost 4 Superbowls in a row. He was the only thing that gave Detroit any hope at all, the only time in my lifetime the Lions have ever made and won a playoff game. I feel I am super fortunate to have seen him play in person. Its funny how often the Lions are featured on these amazing plays (for their opponents mostly lol) and bad calls/mistakes videos. I think the Lions are the control for the Mob Bookies lol. They are impossible to properly clock. They will look good preseason, then lose every game except one that puts a team just out of playoffs. They lose to worse teams, beat better ones, they will score 7 fields goals in a game, they will be up with less than a minute, 1st and goal and blow it. They make stupid penalties and seem to get the worst officiating. They get statistically good players that just can't get a break... but then go to another team and just own it. Its like its rigged lol. My uncle is a super hardcore Lions fan, and they have ruined Thanksgiving so many times, cus he gets so upset at how stupid the games go and can't let it go. Bad calls, foolish turnovers, mistakes and the occasional amazing play make for some real fan anxiety.
Roger Braswell Jr.
Roger Braswell Jr. 7 aylar önce
I gotta say Derrick Henry's 99yd td run was more impressive than Dorsett's. Pains me to say it bc I'm a life long cowboys fan and I actually seen Tony Dorsetts' run live.
Luis Otero
Luis Otero 6 aylar önce
Cowboys only had 10 men on the field for Dorsett's run. Plus Butch Johnson's Super Bowl catch not here and the OG hail Mary of Pearson.
Eddie DeSantiago
Eddie DeSantiago 6 aylar önce
NFL brings the most unique moments in every sport ~ You're talking about guys weighing from 190-350???? That's what makes it so amazing sport to watch every season - Dallas Cowboys here 😁😃
Jay Bennett
Jay Bennett 2 aylar önce
I Loved Every Play On This Video!Excellent Stuff! 👍 But @8:10 That Was Truly Amazing By Freeman!
Xerxes Cook
Xerxes Cook 6 aylar önce
That Marshawn run vs the saints is still the one of the greatest plays of all time
Smido83 6 aylar önce
Wanna know why Troy Polamolu is on the Mount Rushmore of best defensive players in NFL history... just watch this video. I think I've never seen anyone with that kind of timing and feel for the game on defense... ever! Sometimes it felt as if he could predict the future. And I mean... he lined up in the C-Gap and ruined Pat's chance to score a 100% Touchdown... that alone is worth a HOF introduction!
Helmet boy
Helmet boy 7 aylar önce
9:42 is still the most pain I've ever heard in an announcers voice in my life
East the Beast
East the Beast 3 aylar önce
Blood Bath and Beyond - Pop Goes Metal Covers
Without even clicking, I know you're talking about "NOOOOOOOOOOOOO" Pretty good.
Dee Luccket2
Dee Luccket2 7 aylar önce
That clip made my Day🤣🤣🦿😫😫
Light Yagami
Light Yagami 7 aylar önce
24:05 what about this play? Always love to hear Paul Allen's reactions when his team has an epic fail 😂😂
Brian Williams
Brian Williams 7 aylar önce
Bro imagine how his teammates must've felt. To get knocked out the playoffs bcuz this dude missed a PAT WIDE RIGHT.
Deadslash 5 aylar önce
Really nice job. You actually went back and didn't only include plays from the last 10 years, also there isn't some terrible music drowning out the rest of the audio. You earned a sub, great vid, thank you!
Shawn Rohrer
Shawn Rohrer 6 aylar önce
I miss cole Beasley! He was awesome!
geoff N
geoff N 7 aylar önce
There's nothing better than seeing Henry break free like a locomotive.
Deborah Kizer
Deborah Kizer 4 aylar önce
Great picks remember a lot of these games . Ty enjoyed . it. 💚✌🏈🦅💪🙏😂😃😊💛
Mikey Barboza
Mikey Barboza 7 aylar önce
You could literally make a 30 minute video of Mike Alstott truck sticking tacklers. He was so underrated as a runner. He might be the last great white rb/fb we might ever see... C-Mac was on that kind of trajectory but injuries have derailed him
Fernando Martinez
Fernando Martinez 7 aylar önce
Not a Cowboys fan but Rest in Peace to Marion Barber. One helluva player!
Drums n Bass In yo face
I expected this to be the same old plays but there were many I've never seen before. Nice comp! Though if I never see that Wilson interception in the Super Bowl again it'll be too soon.
Sports311 7 aylar önce
Marshawn Lynch and Derrick Henry both have wicked stiff arms that are capable of breaking players backs
Darrell Moore
Darrell Moore 2 gün önce
Guys, Here is our Savior YaH The Heavenly FATHER HIMSELF was Who they Crucified/Pierced for our sins and “HERE IS THE PROOF” From the Ancient Egyptian Semitic: "Yad He Vav He" is what Moshe (Moses) wrote, when Moses asked YaH His Name (Exodus 3) Ancient Egyptian Semitic Direct Translation Yad - "Behold The Hand" He - "Behold the Breath" Vav - "Behold The NAIL"
Blaine Shippy
Blaine Shippy Aylar önce
Darren Sharper..hold muh diiiiick
Anthonywgaming Aylar önce
@KeenGoCrazyI agree
Nitro Clips
Nitro Clips 2 aylar önce
@LaterNerd umm but… Barry Sanders
Eric templeton
Eric templeton 2 aylar önce
Derrick henrey reminds me of Jerome Bettis. Neither one of them will be denied
SoDak Zak
SoDak Zak 6 aylar önce
It’s insane that the man with the most rushing yards and TDs in NFL history AND the man with the most receiving yards and TDs in NFL history aren’t on this list. Maybe longevity means not having the highest peaks of athleticism but the longest sustainable greatness at the craft. :)
Paul Lockton
Paul Lockton 7 aylar önce
Those old-timey commentators really loved counting down the yards!
Jay Ritchie
Jay Ritchie 6 aylar önce
A lot of them were ex-radio announcers and thats how you describe a play on the radio.
S. Scott
S. Scott 2 aylar önce
You know it’s a great play when even the announcers are like “ wait that’s a touchdown?!?!”
Bob L
Bob L 6 aylar önce
In the KC/DEN game where Hall received a punt, scrambled around and ran it back for a TD, there were 3 blocks in the back. I remember watching that live and was screaming at the refs for not calling any of them. I saw the reply and it was obvious to everyone. So when I saw it here, I saw them all over again. At 5:58 you can see number 81 on DEN getting blocked in the back and he was pushed into the player in front of him, so that illegal block actually took out 2 DEN players. And there were two other illegal blocks on that play as well that can be seen in the video. That game was in KC and everyone in DEN was furious that there wasn't a call. The refs missed 3 illegal infractions on the same play! Hall was awesome, but he had a lot of help on that play.
Corey 7 aylar önce
I'm only 4 minutes in, but I'm already tired of seeing my Bills be on the receiving end of so many of these "great" plays 😟 Edit: 14 mins in, still not a single positive Bills highlight...
Internet Cafe
Internet Cafe 4 aylar önce
Oh yeah whoever put this together is a big time Bills hater, neither one of Joshes 2 hurdles are in this. But a clip of a guy running sideline to sideline 15 yards behind the line of scrimmage, just to make it back to the line of scrimmage? Gotta make sure that makes the cut…
JG34 5 aylar önce
None in the whole 40...
Nibbles The Clown
Nibbles The Clown 2 aylar önce
I still believe that the "Music City Miracle" was a forward pass. He's well behind the line when he throws it and the receiver's back foot is just barely behind the line when he catches it. And if you go by where the ball is, it's way beyond in front of the line.
Ralph Ralpherson
Ralph Ralpherson 5 aylar önce
That Trapasso touchdown was so pretty on so many levels. He sold that fake handoff beautifully, the Safety Griffin sold his route brilliantly, and then a crucial block from #23 seals the deal. Elsewise that could have been only a 1st down at the 10 or even a strip/fumble because #37 was closing on Trapasso quick. P.S. Anyone else notice Troy Polomalu showed up like 10X on this list? Guy was a football genius. Between his constant acrobatic miracle plays and James Harrison's 100 yard TD in the SuperBowl, it was REALLY fun to be a Steeler fan between 2005 and 2010.
Joel Dykman
Joel Dykman 4 aylar önce
That was the best fake ive ever seen executed.
Eric templeton
Eric templeton 2 aylar önce
Watching dante hall as a kids was beyond amazing. The human joystick was amazing
is this where we came in?
I'm at the beginning of this, but I REALLY hope Brandon Lloyd's catch is on here. The one handed one that got called back on an offensive penalty. Still greatest catch I've ever seen.
mustaffa1611 5 aylar önce
look up 'magnetic gloves' and you'll see how they make those impossible one handed catches.
pmccachren 6 aylar önce
This was so much fun to watch. I do remember most of these.
Ud’zal bros
Ud’zal bros 6 aylar önce
I love the transition from “somewhere David tyree is smiling” to the David tyree catch
Andy Harman
Andy Harman 6 aylar önce
I love watching humans doing amazing things. I've never seen a field goal returned at all, much less for a TD.
Onefastgoat Aylar önce
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