Monday Memories – Greg Jennings Madden Video

CREDIT: QUICKMEME

Greg Jennings retired from the NFL after 10 seasons today on his Youtube Page. Jennings had a respectable career with 521 Receptions, 8,291 Yards, and 64 TDs. His career was never the same after he left the Packers. 3 words: No Aaron Rodgers. Regardless, playing 10 years in the NFL is a hard thing to do so props to Jennings.

That being said, what will Greg Jennings be remembered for the most? It’s a no brainer. The Greg Jennings Broken Leg Madden Video.

I PUT DA TEAM ON MY FUCKING BACK DOE!

Such a classic YouTube clip. From start to finish, I’m in tears. Excellent commentary by Demetry James aka G-bread. It made you ask the question, “how is he running with a broken leg?” Am I a Madden amateur if I ask how can injured players go back in Madden? I thought once they were hurt, there was no way of putting them back in especially after Greg Jennings BROKE HIS FUCKING LEG. In hindsight, what a stupid move by G-bread. Why would you ever put back in a guy who broke his leg? HOW THE HELL WAS HE RUNNING? Yes, I understand I’m arguing about a video game, but they’re supposed to be realistic. Just from the gameplay alone, this video should’ve never happened. Impossible.

But the best part of the video is when Darren Sharper appears. If you go up to any dude in the street and say Darren Sharper, I guarantee they will say “one of the most HARDEST hitting safeties IN DA LEAGUE.” Once again, there is no shot anyone could run 99 yards with a broken leg, but if you put the team on your back doe like Greg Jennings, then you’ll make Youtube history.

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