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    Top 10 gutsiest performances of all-time

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    Who has had the gutsiest performance in NFL history? Check out our top 10, then weigh in with your opinion.

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    Re: Top 10 gutsiest performances of all-time

    I had to go with Lott.
    To knowingly maim yourself for life so you can keep playing tops it for me.
    I was suprised to see Favre on the list, not to be coldhearted and maybe it's the purple bias but that's kind of a different deal to me.
    I think that once he decided to play it was probably more of an inspiration than a hinderance to him.
    I was even more suprised to see he was leading the voting.

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    Re: Top 10 gutsiest performances of all-time

    No Rosencopter? ???

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    Re: Top 10 gutsiest performances of all-time

    "lakehubertviking" wrote:
    I had to go with Lott.
    To knowingly maim yourself for life so you can keep playing tops it for me.
    I was suprised to see Favre on the list, not to be coldhearted and maybe it's the purple bias but that's kind of a different deal to me.
    I think that once he decided to play it was probably more of an inspiration than a hinderance to him.
    I was even more suprised to see he was leading the voting.
    I kept going back and forth between Lott and Favre.
    My father is still alive, but I can only imagine the anguish of losing a father, especially at somewhat of a young age.
    It is a different deal though, you're correct.
    But he did have an insane performance that day.

    After some consideration I gotta tip my hat to Lott.
    That is just crazy and better sums up "Gutsiest".

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    Re: Top 10 gutsiest performances of all-time

    I have to go with Youngblood...DE playing with a broken leg.

    Also, can't believe they didn't mention TO...as much as I don't like him, he played hurt (and played very well) in the Super Bowl loss.
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    Re: Top 10 gutsiest performances of all-time

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    I have to go with Youngblood...DE playing with a broken leg.

    Also, can't believe they didn't mention TO...as much as I don't like him, he played hurt (and played very well) in the Super Bowl loss.
    Yeah, that was a really great performance.

    I don't know if it's because it occurred over a month after his injury or what, but IMO that's top 5 just because of how well he really played. 9 catches for 122 yards on a bum ankle against the Patriots, in the Super Bowl is nuts.

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    Re: Top 10 gutsiest performances of all-time

    Didn't Donovan McNabb play on a broken leg?

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    Re: Top 10 gutsiest performances of all-time

    No it was ankle i missed that one on the top

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    Re: Top 10 gutsiest performances of all-time

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "lakehubertviking" wrote:
    I had to go with Lott.
    To knowingly maim yourself for life so you can keep playing tops it for me.
    I was suprised to see Favre on the list, not to be coldhearted and maybe it's the purple bias but that's kind of a different deal to me.
    I think that once he decided to play it was probably more of an inspiration than a hinderance to him.
    I was even more suprised to see he was leading the voting.
    I kept going back and forth between Lott and Favre.
    My father is still alive, but I can only imagine the anguish of losing a father, especially at somewhat of a young age.
    It is a different deal though, you're correct.
    But he did have an insane performance that day.

    After some consideration I gotta tip my hat to Lott.
    That is just crazy and better sums up "Gutsiest".
    Favre's IMO is not worthy.
    To do that, you need to be mentally strong.
    To be a good QB, you need to be mentally strong, therefore not as gutsy.
    Impressive? Yes, most gutsy performance ever? no.

    Lott gets my blood, followed by Youngblood.

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    Yah I agree Lott all the way

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