ITT we discuss the best 30 for 30's.
pic related. It's the best one
Guru of Go is dope. You gotta run the system man!
>The Gracie's and the growth / impact on UFC / MMA
no, that shit is not a sport.
>what I told you, you can be a genius and a senile villain at the same time..."
I would watch it especially since al's life is so unique compared to other nfl owners.
>scott recalling the kick
This one was dope for the savagery and Dennis Rodman.
>Still no 30 for 30 about any of my teams
Don't really see any possible stories about the Broors or bucks but I guess there's a outside chance for the packer or red wings or atleast a favre one
>mfw Once Brothers
fuck man that mad me cry
>Divac never repaired his friendship with Petrovic before he died
>Divac was traded for Kobe
Was that a fucking steal or what?
>they'll never be a 30 for 30 on the 2009 Vikings
NFL will probably make a decent missing rings about it.
What's the least popular one? Into the Wind?
Had too much commentary from non sports people. Became a bit of a 80s kids thing.
They made a bit too much about the multisport thing, when Deon did the exact same thing, and won championships in both at the same time. NFL films has already done something on him though.
We got a winner right here. This shit broke my heart. Close second would be the one they recently did on the Buffalo Bills.
This one is probably my pick for "most entertaining."
I'd love to see those, as well as a documentary on George Allen. He seemed like a man who was brilliant but, ultimately, crippled by his own prejudices and paranoia. He took struggling franchises and made them winners (the Rams and Redskins) but couldn't make it during the playoffs and couldn't build sustaining winners since he hated rookies.
I'd especially like a segment that dealt with his relationship with Redskins QB Sonny Jurgensen. Apparently, the both of them clashed on an epic scale.