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Top 5 best Players In Madden NFL

The NFL is a game or context, timing, and luck. That said, there are 5 NFL greats throughout history that I thing stand above the rest, and here they are: 


5. Dan Marino

Marino was the pioneer of the spread offense in the NFL, whether it was the Marino himself calling the plays at the line pre and post snap, or legendary coach Don aShula pulling the strings from the sidelines, Marino's numbers are impossible to argue. His 1984 season, in context with league rules and trends, is arguably the best season an NFL QB has had ever. The first over 5k yards and the first over 47 TDs, in 1984, was absolute fantasy. And in 2016, those numbers are still considered incredible.

Dan Marino Information

Daniel Constantine Marino Jr. is a former American football player who was a quarterback for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League.


4. Bruce Smith - Football defensive end

Smith is the NFL's current leader in career sacks, and while phenom J.J. Watt looks like he's gunning for that record over his first 5 years in the league, Bruce Smith still reigns supreme. His absurd sack total, tacking place mainly in the mid to late 90s, before offenses gained a passing advantage, is still downright absurd. Smith is still the platinum standard for pass rushers, and it's no surprise he is a former #1 overall pick in the NFL draft.

Bruce Smith Information

Bruce Bernard Smith is a former American football defensive end for the Buffalo Bills and the Washington Redskins of the National Football League.


3. Earl Campbell - Football running back

Campbell was the first true "freak" in the NFL. A heisman winner, and #1 draft pick, Campbell was a force to be reckoned with. At 6'1" and 240 LBs, Campbell was a LOAD to bring down in the open field. Combine that size with reported sub 4.5 speed, and you get an athletic marvel that makes other supreme athletes look like elementary schoolers. Campbell, in his prime, made people question the quality of the great Jim Brown, something unheard of at the time. Put Campbell in today's NFL, and he would be considered a Greek god waking around mortals.

Earl Campbell Information

Earl Christian Campbell is a former American football running back who played professionally in the National Football League for the Houston Oilers and New Orleans Saints.


2. Barry Sanders - Football running back

Barry Sanders is the poster child for super bowl wins not defining a single player, and to many, the best player in league history. 5'8" and 200 Lbs was an interesting build for a running back at the time. Barry just didn't care, and despite downright awful run blocking throughout most, if not all, of his 10 year career with the lions, Barry is still 3rd in rushing yards overall and has a 2k yard rushing season to his name. Untouchable speed, super-human agility, and unmatched vision make Barry one of the best players the league has ever seen.

Barry Sanders Information

Barry Sanders is a former American football running back who spent his entire professional career with the Detroit Lions of the National Football League.


1. Walter Payton - Football running back

Walter Payton is the single best football player that ever lived. Walter embodied every aspect of the game, good and evil, wright and wrong, quiet and outspoken. While only being 5'10 and barely 200 LBs, "Sweetness" fought for every single yard he earned in his 13 year career. For almost his entire career, Walter was the only offense the Bears had. And the fact that he still stands as the NFL's 2nd leading rusher of all time in terms of yards is a testament to his work ethic, passion, and desire to be the best. Emmitt Smith being the NFL's rushing yards champion, when he and Troy Aikaman and Michael Irvin, two fellow hall of fame players, as his teammates cast as shadow on Smith's career as an individual. Smith was a legend and deserves plenty of recognition, but not on the same caliber of Sweetness. The best QB Walter had was Jim McMahon in 1984, the year they won the super bowl. The best receiver over Walter's career was Willie Gault, a Mike Wallace type before those type of wideouts existed. Even still, Sweetness embodied what it meant to be tough. As Walter himself put it "I envision myself as a cowboy in those old western movies. He takes a shot, and he keeps going. He takes another shot, and another, and he keeps going. It doesn't matter who you have against me, I'm coming for them."

Walter Payton Information

Walter Jerry Payton was an American football running back who played for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League for thirteen seasons. Payton was known around the NFL as "Sweetness".


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