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from Bleacher Report

The 25 Angriest NFL Players of All Time

Ray Lewis


Ravens 38, Broncos 35 [Pictures]

Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones celebrates after scoring a 70-yard touchdown in the final minute of regulation against the Denver Broncos.

Peyton Manning- QB pictured with Terrell Suggs, LB. Manning's 7 Touchdowns lead Broncos past Ravens, 49-27.

Ray Nitschke #66 (MLB) played fifteen seasons, 1958-1972. A savage defender on defense he patrolled the middle of Lombardi's defense with speed and anger. His number was retired in by the Packers in 1983.

I Am The 12Th Man / Seattle Seahawks / Green / Football Poster Available @

Joe Namath #12 (QB) looks on in disgust as his NY Jets fall to the Cleveland Browns 31-21 on Sept. 21st, 1970. Namath had three interceptions in the game, one was returned for a touchdown. Tough year for the Jets recording a measly 4-10 record despite rolling to a 10-4 record the year before.

from For The Win

20 photos that sum up NFL Week 3

Kenny Britt-WR (18) for the Tennessee Titans leaps to catch a pass against San Diego Chargers defensive back Jahleel Addae (37). Tennessee won 20-17, 09/22/13

John Elway #7 (QB) Led the Broncos to titles in 1997 and 1998. Led Denver to a record 47 fourth-quarter comebacks.

Gary Fencik #45 (FS) and Mike Singletary #50 (LB), part of the ferocious 1985 Chicago Bears defense, plows over Eddie Lee Ivory #40 (RB) of the Green Bay Packers in a 23-7 Bears win.