• On Target

    On Target

    Athlete: Drew Brees
    Drew Brees was a savior for the New Orleans Saints. His legendary accuracy led the Saints to victory in Super Bowl XLIV, enabled him to pass for more yards than any other quarterback in the NFL seven times, and lead the league in passing touchdowns four times.

  • Double Threat

    Double Threat

    Athlete: Russell Wilson
    Quarterback Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks delivers a combination of passing accuracy and elusive rushing that makes him elite, and has helped lead the Seahawks to the Super Bowl twice, including victory for the first time in franchise history.

  • The Pinnacle

    The Pinnacle

    Athlete: Jerry Rice
    Jerry Rice of the San Francisco 49ers retired with 38 NFL records to his name, including most receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns. Famous for his fitness level, Rice played an unprecedented 20 seasons and won three Super Bowl rings.

  • Lone Star

    Lone Star

    Athlete: Emmitt Smith
    Emmitt Smith of the Dallas Cowboys is the NFL all-time leading rusher, accumulating 18,355 yards and more than 1,000 career points while running the Cowboys into championships in Super Bowl XXVII, XXVIII and XXX.

  • Catch Me If You Can

    Catch Me If You Can

    Athlete: Barry Sanders
    One of the game’s most electrifying runners, Barry Sanders averaged more than 1,500 rushing yards per season while playing his entire career with the Detroit Lions. The Lion King was also just the third player to gain more than 2,000 yards in a season.

  • Check Mate

    Check Mate

    Coach: Bill Belichick
    This Artist Justyn Farano painting is his first of New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, widely considered the best coach in football history. Belichick is a mastermind, always several moves ahead of his opposition.

  • Super Freak

    Super Freak

    Athlete: Larry Fitzgerald
    Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona Cardinals is the active NFL leader in both receptions and receiving yards. Fitzgerald is a freak of nature, and there is simply no way to stop him when he's tracking a football and heading downfield.

  • The Innovator

    The Innovator

    Coach: Vince Lombardi
    The greatest coach and executive in football history, Vince Lombardi transformed the game and the NFL championship trophy was named in his honor. Lombardi led the Green Bay Packers to five titles, including Super Bowl I and II.

  • Locked N' Loaded

    Locked N' Loaded

    Athlete: Brett Favre
    Brett Favre led the Green Bay Packers to victory in Super Bowl XXXI, and was the league Most Valuable Player three times. By the time The Gunslinger retired after 20 seasons, he was the NFL's all-time leader in passing yards and touchdowns.

  • Precision


    Athlete: Troy Aikman
    Troy Aikman was an incredibly accurate, world-class decision-making quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys with an arm like a cannon. His dominance led the Cowboys to three Super Bowl victories over a four year span.

  • Fear Factor

    Fear Factor

    Athlete: Dan Marino
    One of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time, Dan Marino had a strong arm for the Miami Dolphins. He set single season records, throwing for 5,084 yards with 48 touchdowns in 1984, and set NFL career records for passing yards, completions and touchdowns.

  • Troy Soldier

    Troy Soldier

    Athlete: Troy Polamalu
    Troy Polamalu, the Samoan strong safety for the Pittsburgh Steelers, is more than just a great head of hair. The Tasmanian Devil is a wrecking ball defensively, and was victorious in both Super Bowl XL and XLIII.