What is the hardest hit in NFL history?

What is the hardest hit in NFL history?

So, here are what I believe to be the five most devastating hits in the history of the National Football League.

  1. Lawrence Taylor’s Hit on Joe Theismann.
  2. Eric Smith Destroys Anquan Boldin.
  3. Jack Tatum’s Hit on Darryl Stingley. 3 of 5.
  4. Sheldon Brown Laying out Reggie Bush. 2 of 5.
  5. Dunta Robinson’s Hit on DeSean Jackson. 1 of 5.

Who takes the hardest hits in football?

Which positions get hit the hardest? A study from Brown University found that in the NFL, running backs are hit the hardest. This makes sense — after all, running backs are running full steam ahead at defensive linemen and linebackers nearly directly in front of them.

Who is the hardest hitting safety ever?

Ronnie Lott Lott is considered to be one of the hardest hitters to ever play the position. He’s a 10-time Pro Bowl selection, member of the NFL 75 Anniversary All-Time Team and finsihed his Hall of Fame career with 63 interceptions.

Who is the strongest NFL player?

Allen is regarded as one of the NFL’s physically strongest players, while also capable of using his speed against defenders….Larry Allen.

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Born: November 27, 1971 Los Angeles, California
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight: 335 lb (152 kg)
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Who was the most feared linebacker in the NFL?

These are the 10 most intimidating linebackers of all time.

  • Jack Lambert. 8 of 10.
  • Ray Lewis. 7 of 10.
  • Mike Singletary. 6 of 10.
  • Sam Huff. 5 of 10.
  • Chuck Bednarik. 4 of 10.
  • Bill Romanowski. 3 of 10.
  • Ray Nitschke. 2 of 10.
  • Jack Ham. 1 of 10.

Who hits the most in football?

A new study reports that running backs and quarterbacks suffer the hardest hits to the head, while linemen and linebackers are hit on the head most often.