[OC] [Highlight] Today is TE Michael Hoomanawanui’s 32nd birthday. Hoomanawanui played for the Rams, Patriots and Saints from 2010-18, and won Super Bowl XLIX with the Patriots. To celebrate, here’s every TD that Hoomanawanui scored in his NFL career
/r/nflHighlight: Harrison Smith welcomes Amari Cooper to the NFL. Cooper hangs on for the first down. 
/r/nfl[Highlight] Today marks 68 days until the 2020 NFL Season Starts! Let’s remember this 68 yard TD pass from Rex Grossman to Bernard Berrian against the Seahawks back in 2006 in the NFC Divisional Round. Bears would win in OT, 27-24.
/r/nflJason Pierre-Paul || 2019-2020 Season Highlights
/r/nfl[Highlight] Mike Mitchell loses it
/r/nfl[OC] [Highlight] Today is QB Todd Marinovich’s 51st birthday. Marinovich was drafted by the Raiders in the 1st round of the 1991 NFL Draft, and was the subject of the 2011 30 for 30 documentary, “The Marinovich Project.” Here’s every TD that Marinovich threw in his NFL career
/r/nfl[OC] The Story of DK Metcalf’s Rookie Year Development | Film Breakdown analyzing his hesitation releases and hand moves to beat press coverage
/r/nfl[Highlight] Mark Bavaro’s spectacular one handed touchdown in the 1985 NFC WC Game. As amazing as this was, it’s not even the best play of his career
/r/nflWhere are Elite QBs Drafted? Top 40 QBS All-Time by Draft Round
/r/nfl[Highlight] Marc Bulger finds rookie Donnie Avery for a 69 yard touchdown while Ellis Hobbs and James Sanders collide with each other.(Week 8, 2008 season) highlight at 0:35
/r/nfl[Highlight] Steve Sewell throws a 23-Yard pass to John Elway
/r/nfl[OC] [Highlight] Today is WR DJ Hackett’s 39th birthday. Hackett was drafted by the Seahawks in the 5th round of the 2004 NFL Draft, and was a part of the 2005 Seahawks team that played in Super Bowl XL. To celebrate, here’s all 10 touchdowns that Hackett scored in his NFL career
/r/nfl[Highlights] 2000 Week 1- The first MNF game of the 21st century sees the Broncos and Rams (winners of the previous 3 Super Bowls) duel in a classic Monday Night Shootout
/r/nfl[Highlight] Packers DT Ron Kostelnik times the snap perfectly, forcing Bears QB Billy Wade to fumble the ball immediately after he touches it (Packers/Bears- 1965)
/r/nfl[Highlights] Week 17 2004- The Seahawks clinch their first of 8 NFC West Division championships in a dramatic finish against the Falcons
/r/nfl[Highlight] Andrew Luck scoops up a fumble to score a TD against the Chiefs en route to a 28 point comeback. 2013 Wildcard Game
/r/nfl[Highlight] Blizzard Bowl: LeSean McCoy runs for an Eagles-RECORD 217 yards, as the Eagles rally back from a 14-point deficit to defeat the Detroit Lions 34-20 in a severe snowstorm.
/r/nfl[Highlight] Trubisky steps into pressure and delivers a perfect throw into the tightest of windows
/r/nfl[OC] Breaking down DK Metcalf's rookie season | Film breakdown on how he's still killing it on the three routes - slant, hitch, and fade - that got him drafted out of Ole Miss (10:33)
/r/nfl[Highlight] Marcus Mariota catches his own pass to score a TD against the Chiefs en route to an 18 point comeback. 2017 Wildcard Game
/r/nfl[Highlight] Larry Fitzgerald single-handedly brings the Cardinals to the NFC Championship game. 2015 Divisional Round Overtime vs Packers
/r/nfl[Highlight] Baker Mayfield 66 yard bomb to Breshad Perriman on very first play against Panthers
/r/nfl[Highlight] Today might be 69 days until the 2020 NFL Season Starts! Let’s remember “The Miracle In Miami” where the Dolphins would lateral 2 times and Kenyan Drake ran past Rob Gronkowski who didn’t have the angle for the 69 yard TD to win the game. Dolphins beat the Patriots, 34-33.
/r/nfl[OC] [Highlight] [Longform] Red Right 88 is regarded by some as one of the worst head coaching decisions of all-time. But when you consider the circumstances behind the play, the decision makes a lot more sense. This is a breakdown and defense of Red Right 88
/r/nfl[Highlight] Knile Davis’ beats the Texans in just 11 seconds during the 2015 AFC Wildcard Playoffs
/r/nflYou Really Can't Get a Franchise QB in Late Rounds
/r/nfl[NFL Throwback] 13 MVP QBs have changed teams in NFL history ... see how each fared after the switch
/r/nfl[Highlights] Today marks 70 days until the 2020 NFL Season Starts! Let’s remember Julio Jones’ ridiculous catch over Luke Kuechly that went for a 70 yard TD. The Falcons would give the 14-0 Panthers their first loss of 2015 winning, 20-13.
/r/nfl[Highlight] Baker threads the needle in a perfect throw to Landry
/r/nflJustin Tuck is the only player in NFL history to have multiple sacks in multiple Super Bowls. He had four sacks, nine tackles, a forced fumble, a combined 15 pressures, and a forced safety for the Giants in Super Bowls. Here is every Justin Tuck Super Bowl tackle: