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  • Published on:  Wednesday, June 12, 2019
  • Inspired by the Stanley Cup Final Game 7, Chris Simms and Mike Florio share their most impressive 7s in NFL history. #NBCSports #ProFootballTalk #NFL» Subscribe to NBC Sports: https://www.youtube.com/nbcsports» Watch Live Sports on NBCSports.com: http://www.nbcsports.com/live» Get more Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports: https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/NBC Sports Group serves sports fans 24/7 with premier live events, insightful studio shows, and compelling original programming. NBC Sports is an established leader in the sports media landscape with an unparalleled collection of sports properties that include the Olympics, NFL, Premier League, NHL, NASCAR, PGA TOUR, the Kentucky Derby, Tour de France, French Open, IndyCar and many more. Subscribe to our channel for the latest sporting news and highlights!Mike Florio, creator of the industry-leading Profootballtalk.com, offers his NFL insight alongside regular guests, including former NFL athletes such as Chris Simms. Pro Football Talk informs and entertains with the most up-to-date news and analysis surrounding the topical NFL stories of the day.Visit NBC Sports: https://www.nbcsports.comFind NBC Sports on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NBCSportsFollow NBC Sports on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nbcsportsFollow NBC Sports on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nbcsports/PFT Draft: Memorable 7s in NFL history | Pro Football Talk | NBC Sportshttps://www.youtube.com/nbcsports
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  • Konnor Ternus

     13 days ago

    Chris can’t speak English but apparently that isn’t a prerequisite to winning an argument against a lawyer. Mid 80s BEARS FRONT 7. Talk about a curve ball.

  • Nicholas Garcia

     13 days ago

    Number 7 Tom Tupa scored the first 2point conversation in the NFL

  • Houston Paul

     13 days ago

    Really grasping for straws on this piece, huh?

  • Gregor Clegane

     12 days ago

    It's the offseason, they're trying

  • DewestMusic 243

     13 days ago

    Do a draft on great NFL left handers!

  • Felix Huang

     13 days ago

    Colin Kaepernick

  • Terrance Hall

     13 days ago

    /end thread

  • Konnor Ternus

     13 days ago

    The front seven made that defense great.

  • andre johnson

     7 days ago

    Colin kaepernick

  • Davie16s!

     6 days ago

    Christian Ponder

  • Nick Mccartan

     13 days ago

    Mike Vick my obvious choice

  • Brad Delany

     13 days ago

    Elway did this despite his coach Dan Reeves admitting to Denver newspapers he designed plays to get Elway injured. PS Did any other qb run for as many yards as Elway? When he left the game, he, I believe, was Denver's 3rd highest running back in team history. I'd say he wasn't just the best qb in NFL history, but I think he was the greatest football player in NFL history, and perhaps the greatest athlete in Pro Sports history.

  • R. William Comm

     11 days ago

    Brad Delany I agree with you. Elway was a generational talent & he is still a top 5 All Time QB. I loved watching him play & Reeves held him back. I feel like “the drive” & his other comebacks were Elway ignoring Reeves & putting the offense on his back to win those games. You’re right, Elway could’ve won at least 5 Super Bowls.

  • Brad Delany

     13 days ago

    @R. William Comm No post to guide you to. I read it in the newspaper back in the day. I had been complaining that it looked like Reeves was the problem, and that he was psycho. My uncle said I had a problem with authority, and he thought Elway should be traded for having a bad attitude. The article hit the news, either the Denver Post, or Rocky Mountain News, I showed my uncle and got my respects. They didn't fire Reeves for two more years. Reeves should have gone to jail. I'm surprised Las Vegas didn'...