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In NFL the level of greatness and expertise differ very much in terms of the position players play. So it is very difficult to find some of the best players. But we have done by very thoroughly watching all the better players of Football.
Here goes the list of 10 best NFL Players
1. Jerry Rice
It was 1984 when Jerry came into the spotlight because of his record shattering year at the local team of Mississippi, but he was not selected into NFL that year,latter that year he got in eyes of Cowboys and 49ers. Cowboys were very keen to get him to play with them but 49ers became extra vigilant and snatched him from Cowboys’ pocket. After that all the greatness he has hidden in himself shined through and he won 3 Superbowls for 49ers.
2. Jim Brown
Jim Brown was famous for his run backs in his career. Almost all his football career he was with the Cleveland. He was very popular among his team mates. He probably was the greatest of his time if not of all times. He hadn’t had very long of a career because he came into the showbiz while he was in the NFL, but then all of sudden he quit football and devoted himself to the show business.
3. Joe Montana
Just like Jim Brown he did not prolonged his career, but in his somewhat not so long run at the NFL he achieved that no other longer playing footballer had. He was in four Super bowls and he won all of them for his team. Out of four he was MVP of Superbowl in three of them.
4. Lawrence Taylor
Career of Taylor spans 10 years and throughout his run at the NFL he was surrounded by controversies. In 1980 he landed the contract at New York Giants for 10 years. But for the rookie he wanted .25 million dollars which at first was not accepted by the Giants players and officials but later they met and gave him want he deserved. And he ultimately delivered for them.
5. Tom Brady
He has scored both in his personal life and NFL life too. As in personal life he has the most beautiful wife any footballer ever had. Though at the start of his football he was very much ignored at the Michigan, and later in first year at Patriots, he was only the bench warmer the whole season. But at the start of his 3rd season he came in the field after injury of Bledsoe, and he played 11 out of 14 games that season and fortunately Patriots win the 11 games he was in. Then he became the permanent member of the team ever since. Now he is their QB. He played 4 Super bowls and won 3 of them.
6. Walter Peyton
Peyton may be the greatest person who has graced his presence in the NFL. In 1975 he ran 1,000 yards in a single season, which he almost doubled the next season with 1,800 yards. In 1990 he died due to his fight with the liver disease.
7. John Elway
Known by the name “The Drive”. He has that driving force in him that every time he lagged in the game, came back even stronger the next season. Firstly he played for Colts but his career didn’t flourished there, so they traded him to Broncos where they went to the 3 super bowls but didn’t touch the victory line. But latter in the next consecutive years he helped them beat Packers and Falcons at the super bowl.
8. Reggie White
He is known to be the best defense the game has ever seen. He was associated with a funny name the commentators called him, “The Ministry of Defense”. He played at the NFL level with huge teams, the Packers and the Panthers. He played three super bowls in his career and won only won with The Packers.
9. Dick Butkus
Everyone in his time feared this man due to his huge size and very dangerous tackles. He was the most feared man in the 70s. He played all of his Football with the Chicago Bears as he was the son of Chicago. He had a short career of only 9 years as he had a long history of knee problems which eventually got him to retired early.
10. Brett Favre
Brett was kind a guy who has very long list accomplishments but is not considered to be that great to be on any list. He wasn’t that great to be honest, but he had his moments which earned him many records and a position on the list.