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  • Launch Mode

    Launch Mode

    Athlete: Matt Ryan
    Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan was the NFL's Most Valuable Player in 2016 while leading his squad to Super Bowl LI. If you're looking for the hottest QB in the NFL, cool yourself down with Matty Ice.

  • Shake N' Bake

    Shake N' Bake

    Athlete: Adrian Peterson
    With elusive power and speed, running back Adrian Peterson had all the right moves for the Minnesota Vikings. He was the NFL's leading rusher three times, led the league in rushing touchdowns twice, and was the league's Most Valuable Player.

  • Mayhem In The Middle

    Mayhem In The Middle

    Athlete: Ray Lewis
    Ray Lewis played his entire career with the Baltimore Ravens, and is considered one of the best linebackers ever. He earned rings in Super Bowl XXXV and XLVII, and was the first player in NFL history with at least 40 sacks and 30 interceptions in his career.

  • Ball Hawk

    Ball Hawk

    Athlete: Ed Reed
    Ed Reed of the Baltimore Ravens is arguably the greatest safety in NFL history. The ball-hawk holds the record for most interception return yards, led the league in interceptions three times, and recorded 531 tackles with 64 interceptions over his career.

  • Takin' Care Of Business

    Takin' Care Of Business

    Coach: Mike Ditka
    Mike Ditka is one of only two people to win an NFL title as a player, an assistant coach, and a head coach. A coach for the Bears for 11 years, Ditka is depicted in his iconic block-letter sweater vest while coaching the Bears to victory in Super Bowl XX.

  • Class Act

    Class Act

    Athlete: Walter Payton
    Walter Payton spent his entire career with the Chicago Bears, winning the NFC rushing title five straight years, retiring with records for all-time rushing yards and touchdowns. He also was a Super Bowl XX champion.

  • Boys Of The Bayou

    Boys Of The Bayou

    Athletes: Drew Brees, Archie Manning, Jimmy Graham, Sean Payton
    Who dat? Relive the glory of legendary New Orleans Saints football icons. Featured are quarterbacks Drew Brees and Archie Manning, tight end Jimmy Graham, and Head Coach Sean Payton.

  • Together We Soar

    Together We Soar

    Athletes: Philadelphia Eagles Team
    Super Bowl 52 MVP, quarterback Nick Foles, leads the Philadelphia Eagles to its first Super Bowl victory in franchise history.

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