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Kali Rahman Reply

No view but there are 2 views and a comment smh I was excited to be the number one view

    Chief-Blackhawk Reply

    So you lost ๐Ÿค”

    Kali Rahman Reply

    so confused right now

Heartless PraNkster Reply

This is old but beautiful

    Hector Rodriguez Reply

    2000’s good times

    Heartless PraNkster Reply

    Hector Rodriguez Iโ€™m 13 but I like goin to the old games itโ€™s better than this new stuff

Chief-Blackhawk Reply

Great breakdown, make more of other NFL legends!

    Chief-Blackhawk Reply

    @davonta jackson Well since you mentioned him ๐Ÿ˜‰

    davonta jackson Reply

    @Jackie Chiles ik i just seen the eagles picture so i assumed him.

    Chief-Blackhawk Reply

    @davonta jackson Wouldn’t mind Jason Peters, Polamalu, Lewis, Urlacher, just to name a few.

    Matthew Vides Reply

    Sean Taylor next.

    Matthew Vides Reply

    @Jackie Chiles yea he was id like to see a Sean Taylor and Brian Dawkins

Jordan Davis Reply

I would always get nervous because when Ed would pick the ball off and start running he would palm the football instead of tucking it in, he obviously knew what he was doing though Congratulations to The Hall of Famer Ed Reed

    Jordan Davis Reply

    @Robert Spaulding ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚that’s what I thought was gonna happen to Ed, or somebody would knock it outta his hand

    Robert Spaulding Reply

    @Jordan Davis It’s definitely happened to him before. I believe in his rookie year he was about to take one back to the house and then it got knocked out for a touchback lmao

    YayoUltimatewarrior GoatmanJenson Reply

    Michael Vick was the worst

Kruzthewolf Reply

It was a privilege growing up watching Reed in Baltimore. Put the fear of God in every QB.

    Jack Salonsky Reply

    thank you for taking the words out of my mouth

    Evo Shift Reply

    NFL deletes comments they don’t agree with. Reed is garbage, along with BlackLIESmatter. Vote Anti Left. Vote Anti Democrat.

    Zayne Hayashi Reply

    You could say the same thing about Lawrence Taylor

    Josh Johnson Reply

    @Evo Shift Was that you just testing to see if your comment would get deleted? Lol

Darrell Green Jr Reply

Nobody asked for this….. but i didnโ€™t know I needed this lol EDโ€™s the best safety this century! So dominant!!

edupbeat Reply

Agree, greatest FS to ever play the game!

Andy Goodman Reply

E D R E E D I S T H E G R E A T E S T O F A L L T I M E .

Bryan Puente Reply

Wouldn’t have been a football video if Tony Romo wasn’t throwing a pick in it ๐Ÿ˜‚

    Jamaal Brown Reply

    ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

jagsfanrick Reply

Ed Reed is a once in a generation DB.Not a fan of that team but wow what a weapon during his day.

    Woeee Woee Reply

    Once every 20-40 years … transcendent

    SAVVY RYRY Reply

    Ok u might not believe me but Ed reed is my cousin

Zoey Jafferally Reply

Ed is a straight up G.O.A.T.

Pac Meez Reply

The only reason I can be content with the Ravens beating my 49ers a few yrs back is bc one of my favorite players of all time Ed Reed got a ring.

    Fock GooglePlus Reply

    One of the more underrated SB that one was classic

Danielle Parks_661 Reply

One of the best to ever play the game.. Man do i miss growing up watching this guy play. This dude made me realize to never take HOF players for granted while their still playing because once they retire that’s it all we have to watch is highlight films of thier greatest plays.

    Matthew Vides Reply

    Sean Taylor and Ed Reed is what got me into Football hardcore. Mostly Sean Taylor his sophomore year. Then i found out about Ed Reed. If those 2 ever ever in the same backfield then im 90% sure half the starting Qbs in the NFL would be faking an injury lmao.

    Agent Zeeda Reply

    @Matthew Vides u mean same secondary?

    Matthew Vides Reply

    @Agent Zeeda defensive backfield. Secondary same thing but i figured it was understood.

    Danielle Parks_661 Reply

    @Matthew Vides lol right also no WR will want to go across the middle and than every teams game plan will be to run the ball but wait can’t forget about ray lewis and the LB/DL core

The Jordan Reply

ED REED best Free Safety of all time! ๐Ÿ#Goat

    okNow ProveIt Reply

    The Jordan nah

    The Jordan Reply

    @okNow ProveIt Who is better at Free Safety?!?;?!

    Gamey Gaming Reply

    @The Jordan Emlen Tunnel

    Ya gem Knksksk Reply

    uh let me think no one lol

    TamuelSON Reply

    Dawkinns>reed check the stats!

Bill Boat Reply

Troy Polamalu is next then after him, is Sean Taylor

    supratrd900 Reply

    We never saw Sean Taylor fully develop. He die to young.

    Bill Boat Reply

    supratrd900 thatโ€™s true. Still has a little bit of highlights

Marcus Middleton Reply

Baldy, hire more people to help with the breakdowns, you have a ton of players to cover!

Ben Perez Reply

My favorite player of all time blessed to have been able to watch him

James L Reply

His name is EDWARD REED for a REEson; it means “Ed-Would Read”
Definitely tied, for best coverage safety ever, with Krause.
BEST “All-Around Safety” EVER is too close for me too choose with Ronnie Lott and Brian Dawkins.

Karen Vue Reply

8 NFL quarterbacks have disliked this video.

Ali Razvi Reply

73 total career interceptions! Let that sink in! They didnโ€™t throw as much as they do now, but reed would be pickin off everyone ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ

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