Football`s Hardest Hits

Submitted by: Crz4mets2 9 years ago in Sports

Some of the nastiest hits you"ll ever see in football! Bonus: what"s the coach looking at 1:10 into the clip?
There are 83 comments:
Male 72
ouch that probably still hurts
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Female 407
That must be painful... I could never understand nor like this sport very much.
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Male 220
Pfft, I`ll take Gladiatorial games ftw.
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Male 358
I noticed that the song was one of the questions in the emo-shakespear quiz.
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Male 54
lldayo, `soccer` certainly did not originate from rugby. I`d love to see the evidence for that. It was always my understanding that Rugby public school during the nineteenth century was one of the few remaining public schools that used the handling version of football and that was how rugby football got it`s name.

Also, whoever called Soccer a European game? It`s the dominant sport in Europe, South America, Africa, Asia, hell anywhere you aren`t.

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Male 2,616
:P :) ^_^
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Male 511
avenged sevenfold ftw

and they are sissies, they are wearing pads o.o
rugby is the way to go :P

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Male 144
BTW, this video is useless without some hits by Brian Dawkins.
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Male 144
"To avoid confusion, can people please not call NFL football? Most people outside of America think of soccer when they hear football. I wouldn`t call Australian football football on an international website. Thanks!"
American football originated from rugby football, hence the name. If you say football here in the states pretty much everyone thinks of American football. It should also be noted, though, that association football ALSO originated from rugby football and the term `soccer` was coined by someone in England to distinguish it. So...neither football nor football hold distinct rights to be called either. Only rugby. But seriously, who gives a poo?
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Male 36
where`s gary fencik? where`s richard dent? where`s samuri mike? this video should be called "some random people running around making solid tackles". BEARSSSSSSSSSS
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Female 43
These weren`t even close to the nastiest. There have been so many more so much worse...these were mild. I expected to see Joe Theisman`s leg break...that`s a classic.
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Male 237
Just to clarify though, NFL "Football" should really be referred to as American Football, world over. The English game of Football, of Soccer as the americans call it (why?), was around before the American version, so we call bagsies!
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Male 1,275
Some were nasty others were just pussy touches
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Male 2,616
Lacrosse is badass, too. Whether or not the players of a particular sport are "tougher" than others doesn`t mean the sport is better. I love to play and watch football, and I`m sure I`d love to play or watch rugby if I knew the rules, or if it were televised. The pain factor means nothing.
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Male 372
real men play lacrosse ^^^^^^^^^
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Male 365
Before Rugby can be considered a "Man`s game" I suggest the ladies on the Rugby field take off their panties and put on some real pants
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Male 354
ok i have played both rugby and football.

football the hits are much harder and can leave you sidelined for much longer. rugby takes more endurance because there is less rest though.

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Male 957
these kind of videos aren`t normally my thing but the hits were amusing, for once. Man, thats a flaming Homosexual coach at 1:10. I said it so it`s a fact i don`t care what "tough" NFL`ers or college ball people think, although i think it was NFL.
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Male 12
culberto your rite nfl is for ladies with thier shoulder pads and poo nrl is the best and rugby well rugby is for poms and french put it that way
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Male 222
Calmelbourne, well then what about us here in the US who see Football as American Football not the European kind. It`s a give and take thing that in the long run doesn`t really matter.
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Male 10,440
gay coach?
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Male 734
Oooo, nothing I enjoy more than watching a bunch of big, sweaty men jumping on each other.
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Male 129
cracks me up that all the Yanks are cheering on the crashing of skulls and smashing of padded bodies, and all the Brits (yes, i shall generalize if i please) are lookin down the big nose at us and our sissy ass pads. gotta love our obviously cooperative and courteous cultures :)
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Male 169
To avoid confusion, can people please not call NFL football? Most people outside of America think of soccer when they hear football. I wouldn`t call Australian football football on an international website. Thanks!

Also, some of those hits were pretty good! Nice post!

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Male 12,138
^^ Actually there are very strict rules in rugby about how you can tackle another player- any dangerous tackles (usually around the neck) can lead to a player being banned for a season.

As for the clip, that was pretty awesome. As I may be the only person here who has played BOTH American Football and Rugby, let me tell you those pads are definitely needed... I got a lot more hurt in AF than rugby anytime, even with the pads- bigger hits at higher speeds, often with heads involved.

That`s why I switched from receiver to linebacker- better to be doling out the hits than receiving them!

Love both sports BTW.

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Male 693
some*
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Male 693
Lol, It`s not really gay if he looked at his ass. If he stared, then I would`ve had soe suspiscious (sp).
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Male 703
i don`t know man.. i still think you have to be tougher to play rubgy.. i mean there are no rules in rugby just about and you can hit them how ever you please... how would i know though.. don`t play either.. now if you talk about hockey.. =D
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Female 5
It would have been better without the gay Avenged Sevenfold, but I it was still kickass.
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Male 2,616
The thing is, they`re two entirely different sports. Just because they are similar in some respects doesn`t mean one has to be better than the other. People get so damn defensive as if the world isn`t big enough for two sports that have a few things in common. Grow up.
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Male 180
try having ur limbs smashed between metal facemasks =) then tell me how tough rugby is
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Male 146
I`ve played Rugby and Canadian Football (essentially American Football, only with 3 downs instead of 4). Honestly, I think football is more fun, even though I am better at rugby. Football requires a lot more strategy and set plays, where as rugby is a lot more `fluid` - it flows better (because it doesn`t stop every little while). Either way, they`re both great fun, though I just like football a little better.

Oh and the padding and armour is definitely required in football.

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Male 313
alot of those were actually college ball
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Male 54
Nice!
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Male 376
1:14
1:50
2:04
2:18

My favorite hits=)
Wow i love football. never tried rugby, probably never will, but who cares? you like your sport, I like mine. and the next time you have a 350 pound, 80% muscle line backer hit you at full speed, tell me which sport hurts worse =)

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Female 584
Oh, it`s American football...
I`m not saying it`s crap. I`m just saying I was expecting it to be soccer, because that`s what my brain thinks of.
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Male 315
AHAHAH, ITZ FUNNEH BC HES GHEY!!

I don`t know about you guys, but I look at asses all the time. Female ones, obviously, but I can see where male asses are arousing to others (not really, but I can understand it at least).

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Male 272
"They wear so much padding they PROBABLY don`t even feel it"

Seeing that statement lets me know you`ve never played football. I respect your opinion of liking rugby more, but please, there`s no reason to flame another game that you`ve never even played.
I don`t like rugby because it`s too fast paced. Football requires a bit of strategy before each play.(audibles, line adjustments, etc.)
High School street football hurts a lot more than rugby does. Trust me on this one.

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Male 157
wow kappy, i knew foozball bak then was dangerous but i didnt know that people died. thanx 4 the info.
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Male 54
Some brilliant tackles in there. I don`t watch too much of either but it looks like higher tackles are allowed more in American football making it more dangerous, hence the helmets etc
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Female 2,552
Hi sean
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Male 78
Rugby fans fail to realize that american football players are definately a lot bigger and far better trained than rugby players. There is just too much money in the sport. Most of those guys are absolutely athletic behemoths.
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Male 237
Also, I`ve just watched the video again, and it seems as though it`s more dangerous to play with those helmets on, than with them off? I wonder what the whiplash figures are for American Football players...
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Male 1,149
Why the Fu*k are we talking about rugby?

This is a FOOTBALL clip. Let`s stay on topic kiddos.

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Male 237
I respect the players of both sports, but I`ll always prefer rugby, as it`s a much more fluid game. In American Football, the ball gets played, the attacking makes a few yards then the whole piece is reset, it just seems to stop starty. IUn rugby, every player is constantly on the move, there isn`t a single time in the game when you can let your guard down, whereas in American Football, it appears that players get a rest after every move. I agree that American Football players are some of the fittest people in sport, and they do play a violent game, but based purely on gameplay, I prefer rugby.
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Male 29
I resent that comment about the Steelers` coach. You`re lucky you don`t have a bunch of Steelers fans on you ass about that one already. We bleed black and gold in Pittsburgh and they don`t have a problem hitting people who make such comments, I seen some first hand.

It makes this video look like child`s play.

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Male 72
@culberto: I was just about to post that!

American Footballers think they`re so butch making and taking huge tackles with all that armour on...they should try playing Rugby...

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Male 689
wheres dick lane
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Female 215
Resilience
Female, 13-17, Western US
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~Ouch, indeed.
The coach was looking at the player`s behind. Of course.


well duh.. and some of those were prettie brutal!!!!

<3

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Male 285
Some of those could`ve been way better, I could think of a crapload of huge hits way better than any of those (Reggie Bush ^.^)
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Male 59
I agree with AKappy, did you see how many players barely moved after they were hit in culberto`s video. I played football when i was in 6th grade and every game I came home with bruises all over my arms and legs. I only played safety also, which in little league football wasn`t a position that got much of the tackling. So seriously I think the padding is necessary for the pro`s.
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Male 703
at 55 seconds... holy crap!!! feel for that guy... wonder what that guy was thinking while he was getting tackled..
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Male 2,958
- I hear that. The only time in our lives where it was ok, and encouraged to hurt someone.

I played defensive tackle, what did you play? -

I was a DT too
I loved defense and I loved being on the line because you`re always hitting somebody, even if they didn`t have the ball.

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Male 221
pwnge
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Male 23
OH yes, ive been on both sides.

ouch either way, but Smacking a guy so hard after he caught the ball he and the ball go different directions, then you intercept it, then run over 3 guys to go into the endzone and win the game, thats fun too...
(it happened, and you probably dont care but if you`ve got it, flaunt it)

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Male 452
Crap, at 2:16, some guy just flies in from outer- space, at like the speed of sound, well pretty close to it anyway.
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Female 229
I may be a girl, but I love football; and this video had many reasons why.

Not to mention the hot guys.. ;)

Go Pack Go!

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Male 142
Steve Atwater bitch! :)
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Male 2,616
Before people go off on me, saying that I am perpetuating a "flame-war," that certainly was not my intention. I didn`t say anything inflammatory or condescending toward Europe or the sport of rugby, as I have nothing against either. I was merely transferring some information to a couple of children who clearly have no knowledge about the topic of which they speak. Thanks.
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Male 2,616
^ Yep, you`re right. Europeans are much manlier than Americans... we get it.

Just keep this in mind- there were 33 deaths in American COLLEGE football WAAAY back in 1908 before proper safety precautions such as helmets were implemented. Imagine professional players 100 years later (bigger, faster, stronger, etc.) playing that way... I`d say it`s pretty necessary wear helmets. Shut your unkempt mouth.

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Female 158
American football has nothing on rugby. They wear so much padding they probably don`t even feel it. Rugby is proper violent, no stupid cages on their heads or silly tight trousers and huge shoulders.
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Male 215
jack lamberts the best linebacker of his time
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Male 2,616
I`m not sure if the player broke his arm or not. There were definitely a lot of brutal facemasks in that video, though. And, culberto- you`re cool. Nuff said.
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Male 3,343
1) I wonder how many of these hits generated flags on the field. I know there was one where the QB`s arm was grabbed while in forward motion.

2) At about 1:45, a Buffalo Bill was hit, and I`m pretty sure, he broke his arm. Anyone know about that? (It`s pretty sad I have to ask, as I live in Buffalo!)

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Male 4,246
culberto, you did NOT just begin a Euro-USA flame war.
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Male 29
The lack of Dick Lane hits in that video is disturbing.
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Male 1
hahaha i luv it ees starin at da guys arse XD
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Male 70
You might wanna try it without pads on, ladies.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvMFHXcd0...

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Male 569
B-Hazard
"Man I miss knocking the sh*t out of people like that."

I hear that. The only time in our lives where it was ok, and encouraged to hurt someone.

I played defensive tackle, what did you play?

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Male 4,012
Coach was probably looking at his ass.

Not that there`s anything wrong with that.

The vid also had a lot of ouches.

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Male 18
Homophobe alert. o.O
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Female 299
"whats the name of the song?"

I believe it was Bat Country-Avenged Sevenfold (A7X)

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Male 259
whats the name of the song?
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Female 299
I don`t like American football...
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Male 4,246
Like the guy says in the first "Die Hard":

"OOOOHMYGOD the quarterback IS TOAST!!!" :-D

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Male 2,616
Dangerously enjoyable.
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Male 157
jesus christ man. thats probly the best football hitz vid ive seen. they killed it w/ the song though. o and those facemasks were really really dangerous.
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Female 31
Ouch, indeed.
The coach was looking at the player`s behind. Of course.
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Male 2,616
It was Bill Cowher, longtime head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers (retired after last season). He was looking at the player`s ass after he slapped it, who cares? I don`t doubt his manhood for a second. JUST LOOK AT THAT CHIN!
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Male 2,958
Man I miss knocking the sh*t out of people like that.
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Male 420
ouch
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Male 142
Link: Football`s Hardest Hits [Rate Link] - Some of the nastiest hits you`ll ever see in football! Bonus: what`s the coach looking at 1:10 into the clip?
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