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So for those of you that do not know me, my name is Jesse Clark.
I stream and right on behalf of the unwrapped Sports Network Thanks for tuning in.
Thanks for joining me tonight.
I really want to continue the Siri's.
I've started last night.
If you did not catch last night's stream, go ahead and go to my page and check me out.
We broke down the top five unbreakable MLB records, and tonight we're going to continue with the NFL records that I do not foresee being broken anytime soon or ever.
And but to begin the stream, I wanted to discuss this really cool idea that, you know, I just read earlier today.
It's been, uh, news has come out that Apparently, ESPN and the MBA are working together to potentially broadcast a game of horse competition amongst some of the star MBA players in which they have, you know, their own basketball courts and their own houses and everything else so it would be quarantined and you know everyone would be following.
You know, the parameters that we've been given a work could be followed, but it would just give us something.
And I honestly think this could be one of the most watched television events of the entire year, given the craziness that has gone on so far.
So I wanted to mention that because if this MBA horse competition goes forward, I personally wanted you know, I had an idea a couple weeks back that they should just do and ah, dunk contest or, like a three point competition, almost like a skills competition, like they would for the All Star Game.
And you know that we just had it.
We just had the All Star game, you know, about a Josh a little less than two months ago.
It seems like a lifetime ago.
Yeah, I'm not acknowledging you, little giants, but nonetheless, uh, back to the N b a horse talk.
Speaking of horse talk, you know, we have some of that already going on here in the chat room, but nonetheless, you know, back to business.
I think this could be a huge event and and very fun and, you know, super creative.
And like I said, I expected to be one of the more higher watched sporting events of the entire year.
Just given the fact that we don't have anything to latch onto any more, and I think they can really make this cool and they, I mean, they could make you know, ****, you know, gambling lines on this, you know, Vegas can make some of their money back that they've lost over the March Madness tournament.
In several other sporting events, I foresee Vegas getting involved.
I foresee draftkings and fanduel and a lot of the big time sports fantasy daily fantasy sports sites.
I anticipate them getting involved to make it fun.
And I think that would be extremely fun.
And I wish honestly, other sports would start catching on to this idea.
I wish the MBA would do more like I mentioned the three point competition.
The slam dunk competition.
I wish baseball would do it with the home run Derby.
You know, we don't know if we're gonna get a baseball season this year, and we don't know what that's going to do with the All Star Game and everything else that goes along with it.
So we might not even get a home run derby this year.
So why not, You know, do it with no fans and these players just smoke and balls left and right.
I mean, the all the all you would really need are people to let them into the stadium.
And then the guy that's pitching the ball, maybe some camera crews and the hitter and that's it.
So I love the sea MLB latch onto this, do something like that.
It does seem like the NFL season is going to go on without any hiccups.
In fact, today Donald Trump President Trump apparently had a telephone conference with all the major sports commissioners, and he even said afterwards, apparently, they're reporting is that he does not expect this to impact the start of the NFL season, although they could have, you know, empty stadiums or, you know, lessen the amount of fans that are allowed into the stadiums.
Something to that capacity is what I expect.
But the NFL is such a money maker in this thing.
Hopefully will have run its course at that point toe, where they probably can proceed without any issues whatsoever.
So I expect this end a horse competition to go over fairly well.
I think it will be extremely, extremely fun to bet on and, you know, gamble and just somethingto memory to share that probably will never see anything like this again in our lifetime.
So I wanted to mention that before we got into our main topic.
And that is the top five unbreakable NFL records.
As I mentioned earlier in the broadcast, we touched on the top five unbreakable MLB records last night.
So tonight I thought it would be fun, too, you know, bring the NFL in and discuss a little bit of how the records in history impacts the game in the NFL today.
So that being said in no particular order, five through one, I don't really have you know, I haven't ranked them specifically, but breaking it down five through one first, let's touch on what we want to touch.
On first, let's touch on Emmitt Smith's all time rushing attempts record 4409 rushing attempts.
And if you, you know, just stretch that out over.
You know most of these players were getting in the NFL there, about 22 years old.
Let's say best case scenario, which NFL running backs.
This is not a best case scenario, but let's just overcompensate and say they play told her 40.
So that's 18 seasons.
So let's add this up evenly.
Between 18 seasons, that's over 240.
That's about 245 rushing attempts per year, and last year's leader was Derrick Henry at 3303 and three of three is an extremely high number, so averaging 245 on the higher side of 18 seasons that we kind of projected that to be, it's just going to be untouchable.
They are limiting running back touches almost yearly.
At this point, it's getting less and less.
They're starting to involve Maur running backs out of the backfield, catching passes Maur than they would rushing attempts specifically so that could eat into the numbers and I just don't see anybody coming close to this 4409 rushing attempts for a career that Emmitt Smith had, and you know he had many other records as well.
But I think that record in particular is going to be very difficult to surpass.
Let's discuss the 22,895 receiving yards that Jerry Rice put up over his career.
Now, if we did that lets, you know, stick with the 18 season number 8 22,095 divided by 18.
That is almost 1300 yards a season.
And Justo give you guys some numbers here, based on last year's totals, as we did with the rushing yards, are rushing attempts.
Rather, let's see what receiving totals we had last year receiving yards.
The the NFL leader was Michael Thomas, 17 25 but he also set a single season record at 149 receptions.
So that just goes to show you that's kind of an outlier.
17 25 is on the high end, you know.
Averaging 1300 yards for 18 seasons is extremely difficult to D'Oh, especially in today's NFL because I don't know what it is.
There's just, you know, maybe the stats wouldn't back this up, but I feel like there's more injuries now more than ever, there's Maur coaches being conscious of limiting touches because you know the players are bigger, faster, stronger, almost every single year.
Advances in training and nutrition and everything else just leads these guys to be bigger, faster, stronger.
Which leads to, you know, in a contact sport like football leads to potential injuries.
And you know, the more science and data we have, the Maur.
The coaches start to lean on that and try to protect their players and really don't put them in harm's way to ac***ulate those types of stats so it could happen.
It very well could happen, especially today's passing NFL league, you know, now, more than even when Jerry Rice was in the league, they are, you know, we're passing it way more than we ever used to sew.
Those numbers could happen because you know, just the way that the NFL is played now, but that's still a very, very high number and averaging over 1300 yards for 18 seasons.
Heck, even playing 18 seasons at a position other than quarterback.
Now it is is pretty rare.
So the 2nd 1 we mentioned was Jerry Rice is receiving career receiving total.
Next on the list, let's discuss one.
That might be a little unusual, and that is 479 consecutive extra points by Stephen Just Kowski of the Patriots.
Now the reason this will not even get close to being broken, in my opinion, is because he reached this feat in the NFL when every extra point was kicked from the three our line after you scored a touchdown, and now they've moved that back.
So it's like I want to say it's about a 38 yard field goal every single time that they score a touchdown.
And it's just honestly, much harder than kicking it from the three yard line.
Not to mention the fact that the numbers would back it up.
You know, the last couple years, ever since they implemented that rule, we've had almost, you know, exponentially.
Maur missed extra points on a year to year basis.
I don't know if the kickers are getting worse or you know that moving at back so far was that much more difficult.
But regardless, reaching the feet of 479 consecutive extra points by a kicker is going to be very, very difficult to pass.
So not much to touch on there.
But I thought it was one to note that is going to be very difficult to surpass next.
Let's move on to another one.
That is fairly unusual, and that is, you'll kind of see here in the pictures.
It doesn't really do it justice.
I just kind of typed in Seattle Seahawks from the 19 seventies, but they did have in 19.
Where is it? Here It was in the seventies.
Okay? Computers, of course. Being slow.
Why would it not? It was like a yardage total for an entire game, and I just want to make sure that I'm Yeah, here it ISS fewest total offense of yards.
They have negative seven yards, 1979.
Yes, it's not a misprint as it seems to be.
You know, you can get negative yards from Saks getting sacked the yard of Julia's on those you could get sacks, but still negative seven yards for an entire game.
They lost 24 to nothing in the game, apparently to the Los Angeles Rams.
I don't have much to note.
Besides, the fact that I thought negative seven yards in an entire game is going to be almost impossible to beat in today's NFL, with the pace of play picking up and the past first offense, you know, Maur deep shots taken than than ever.
So there's just no way that, you know, even Jamis Winston's worst day, where he's throwing five or six interceptions.
The other team, the other team's taking it back for a touchdown.
You're not going to get negative seven total yards because even if they do start off poorly, they're gonna be passing the whole game and you rack up the yards.
So I don't know even how that's possible, how it happened.
But in 1979 apparently see how Seattle Seahawks pulled off the negative seven yard game as a team.
Last but not least, let's move on to somebody most of you probably are not familiar with either.
His name's James Wilder, 1984 was the year he played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
As you see in the graphic here.
And he had 492 touches in a single season.
Just to show you guys some numbers.
I mentioned Derrick Henry had the most touches.
Well, I guess he had the most rushing.