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    Most manly plays in NFL history!

    I was on youtube watching highlights and came across this play by Clay Matthews:



    What are some other awesome plays like this you guys have?
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  2. Earl Campbell's run against the Rams:


    Marshawn Lynch's run against the Saints:


    Random acts of Jack Lambert:
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    Man that Lynch run was something else. May be one of my favorite plays ever.
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    First thing I thought of when I saw the title.
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    Roger Craig


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    It's a travesty that Roger Craig is not in the Hall of Fame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBigOrGoHome View Post
    It's a travesty that Roger Craig is not in the Hall of Fame.
    Couldn't agree more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoBigOrGoHome View Post
    It's a travesty that Roger Craig is not in the Hall of Fame.
    The real travesty is that so many people don't even realize what a travesty it truly is that Roger Craig isn't in the HOF. With no disrespect to Thurman Thomas whatsoever, because Thurman was fantastic, but at their peak, I'd take Craig over Thomas in a heartbeat.
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    Check out what happens at the 0:36 mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trumpetbdw View Post
    The real travesty is that so many people don't even realize what a travesty it truly is that Roger Craig isn't in the HOF. With no disrespect to Thurman Thomas whatsoever, because Thurman was fantastic, but at their peak, I'd take Craig over Thomas in a heartbeat.
    I agree 100% Craig had so much more burst and power. He was a transcendant back. He did what everyone assumed was a pipe dream and posted dual 1000yd years, in rushing and receiving. Definitely a hof guy, plus he never "lost" his helmet!!
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