We all love documentaries and sports, so why not take a dip in the top 5 of ESPN’s 30 best 30 for football?
The NFL season has already started in style this season with a free agency! It was not a disappointment for the major players now engaged in playing in new cities.
As we wait for the first shot of the NFL season, let’s take a dip in the top five ESPNs 30 by 30 for the game we love most, football!
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Vick is a two-part documentary that tackles more of the sport and career of one of the greatest athletes of all time, Michael Vick.
Michael Vick is one of the most electrifying athletes who has ever stepped on the grid, but he is also one of the most hated athletes. As many of you know, Vick pleaded guilty to a federal crime charge related to running a dog fight ring and also participating in August 2007.
He was sentenced to 23 months in federal prison.
At the time of his tenure, Vick was enlightening the National Football League by playing Quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons.
Directed by Stanley Nelson, Vick it’s not just about football because it plunges into race, redemption and forgiveness. It is a must-watch on ESPN Plus.
4. Rand University
Randy Moss is one of the best Wide receivers I have ever played, and some claim it was actually the best of all time.
Rand University He is directed by Marquis Daisy and explains Randy Moss’ education as a child in his college football days before he made it big in the NFL.
Why is the 30 by 30 called “Rand University? “
Explain when Randy Moss returned from where he came from, Rand, West Virginia. Its roots. The documentary also describes Randy’s problems with the law that derailed him from playing in major colleges such as Notre Dame and Florida State.
But Moss was able to recover and have a great college football show at Marshall University and was drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft in 1998 by the Minnesota Vikings.
Rand University it’s about being able to change your life and be successful, regardless of the mistakes you made.
3. The U
The U it’s a two-part documentary that all football fans must watch!
The Miami Hurricanes are known for their swashbuckling defense and punitive game style all over the world of football. Their relentless game style that has captured the hearts of many fans outside Miami.
The U touches the team that brought swagger and hip-hop culture to the field. The Detroit Pistons were known to be the Bad Boys of the NBA, but the Miami Hurricanes were known as the Bad Boys of football.
From field fights and scribbles, hurricanes have attracted the attention of fans around the world.
The second part picks up right where the first part ended while the university tries to recover from the scandals of the NCAA that asked to close the football program.
Directed by Billy Corben, The U is a documentary not to be missed!
2. Four Buffalo Falls
If you are a fan of Buffalo Bills we understand perfectly well if you want to skip this part!
Four Buffalo Falls makes the list one of the best 30 by 30 I’ve ever seen.
From director Ken Rodgers, Four Buffalo Falls explains the four consecutive years the Buffalo Bills have been able to make the Super Bowl but have failed to win the Lombardi Trophy in all four years.
It describes in detail the struggles of the players who were on that team and what they personally fought in their head since the losses. It’s hard to believe that a talented team and the Hall of Famers had four hits to win the Super Bowl, but never managed to close the deal.
Unfortunately, the Buffalo Bills will not be remembered as the team that has won four consecutive AFC championships, but the team that has lost four consecutive Super Bowls.
Four Buffalo Falls is one not to be missed!
1. O.J.: Made In America
Getting to number one on the list is the best 30 by 30 of all times, at least in my eyes, O.J.: Made In America.
O.J. Simpson is known for so many things, not only in the world of sport but also in the world. But most people refer to O.J. Simpson is the man they believe managed to escape with a murder.
Long before the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman, O.J. Simpson was a devil of a football player. It was a return to the Buffalo Bills and has broken many records during his career.
Simpson was the first NFL to play past 2000 yards and was alone in a twelve-game season.
But none of this is truly remembered.
Many people know O.J. Simpsons from the century trial or the pursuit in white bronze. Simpson was accused of killing his wife, Nicole Simpson, and his friend, Ronald Goldman, in 1994, but was not found guilty in court.
I could go on for days on O.J. Simpson his case.
O.J.: Made In America is an Oscar-winning documentary that captures the life of O.J. Simpson from his childhood onwards. It touches on race, celebrity, media, violence and criminal justice system.
O.J.: Made In America it is a must not only for football fans but for people in general.
All of 30 by 30 of ESPN is available for streaming ESPN Plus.
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