Barry Sanders UNREAL Career Highlights | NFL Legends Highlights

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  • Published on Jul 16, 2018
  • Detroit Lions running back, Barry Sanders, legendary career highlights.
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  • F0rtysxity
    F0rtysxity 11 hours ago

    Jesus. I just wanted to see him run. This video sucks.

  • Jacob Sweeting
    Jacob Sweeting 18 hours ago

    5:37 what a Dumbass. Probably took away that Touchdown

  • R L
    R L 19 hours ago

    Kawahi reminds me of him in demeanor.

  • Paul Revere
    Paul Revere 22 hours ago

    AL Michaels and Joe Buck are absolute killjoys. They know how to ruin a moment

  • Lee Zeidel
    Lee Zeidel Day ago

    So explosive and powerful with incredible speed he was the greatest 👍

  • Mikey LaFave
    Mikey LaFave Day ago

    I love being from Michigan and being able to grow up watching this man do his thing

  • Steve Harcar
    Steve Harcar Day ago

    Greatest running back ever, that coming from a bears fan.

  • SilasLang Lang
    SilasLang Lang Day ago

    I could watch this 1,000 times and still be amazed.

  • quadre nicholson

    making every defense look nonathletic

  • Jose Flores
    Jose Flores 2 days ago

    A true 🏈🐐

  • Mac Bowie
    Mac Bowie 2 days ago

    Tell the Truth CuHz, Detroit didn't want to get Barry No Help! So he retired! He played wit some Bumms 🕵🏼‍♂️😂 😂💯 He put Fantasy Numbers Every Game! No body is Greater than Barry Sanders, I don't see No One Coming Close to his Records no time Soon!

  • Robert Griffin
    Robert Griffin 2 days ago

    The goat

  • Tikoa Kinney
    Tikoa Kinney 2 days ago

    Bad dude🔥🔥

  • Chelo Ruiz
    Chelo Ruiz 2 days ago

    GOAT RB. Worst Defensive line ever.

  • Elijah Selbicky
    Elijah Selbicky 2 days ago

    The running back blueprint: Jim, Walter, and Barry. That’s all I’ll watch!

  • BlackSuave44
    BlackSuave44 3 days ago

    The number 4 ranked RB of all time.
    Not bad.

  • Erik Baran
    Erik Baran 3 days ago

    He may be the greatest RUNNER in history, but he isn't the greatest RUNNING BACK. There's more to the position than just running the ball. Show all the times he whiffed trying to pick up a blitz or all the times he killed a drive getting tackled behind the line. I'd take Payton any day of the week and twice on Sunday.

  • jdareyah
    jdareyah 3 days ago

    Only thing Barry Sanders Lacked was Break Away speed.
    He used to get caught a lot from behind

  • one sojourner
    one sojourner 4 days ago

    It is a shame the Lions organization never built a winning team around this extraordinary running back. They would have definitely won championships.

  • Canuck204
    Canuck204 4 days ago +1

    We never saw the decline of Barry Sanders, he left us fans wanting more. He had so much to give but he left us with memories to last a life time.

  • Stephen Rogers
    Stephen Rogers 4 days ago +1

    As good as Smith was, he only holds that title because Sanders called it quits so early. The MJ of RBs!

  • donny russell
    donny russell 4 days ago +1

    I saw the best running back in football and the best basketball player! Thank U both

    • Mike B
      Mike B 4 days ago

      Lynch and Lebron you’re right!

  • Soufside Ace
    Soufside Ace 4 days ago +1

    I like the part where #20 in the blue shirt makes everybody else on the feild miss...

  • Deaken N
    Deaken N 5 days ago

    And then there was Barkley

  • Cornell Waters
    Cornell Waters 5 days ago

    Thank You 🏈

  • Kory Pettiford
    Kory Pettiford 5 days ago

    I'm 5'7 150 lbs and I could have blocked for Barry. The o line was the worst

  • Mr. Kelly
    Mr. Kelly 6 days ago

    The offensive line was getting blew-up on most of the highlights 🤷🏾‍♂️. He had to run and juke for a reason!😁

  • Cristian De la cruz
    Cristian De la cruz 6 days ago

    Speed kills

  • yayo badass
    yayo badass 7 days ago +1

    He the best RB ever hands dwn

  • Ziggy Hammons
    Ziggy Hammons 7 days ago

    Feeyt azaheras. z

  • Ziggy Hammons
    Ziggy Hammons 7 days ago

    Olivia?

  • Ziggy Hammons
    Ziggy Hammons 7 days ago

    End

  • Ziggy Hammons
    Ziggy Hammons 7 days ago

    AFC BUCS. Easiest codee erv

  • Ziggy Hammons
    Ziggy Hammons 7 days ago

    Punch no

  • Ziggy Hammons
    Ziggy Hammons 7 days ago

    I'm the didn't wiersedeeat rhat

  • Apotheosis
    Apotheosis 8 days ago

    I love the constant failed dive tackles from the people behind him.
    God damn he makes it look so easy.

  • PeterSellers22
    PeterSellers22 8 days ago

    I hope the guy's happy in his retirement because he always seemed bemused to me, almost bored with the game even from the earliest days. I guess that could come from an inner peace, supremely confident in the knowledge of what you bring to the table but I'm not sure

  • Goatbe Bryant
    Goatbe Bryant 9 days ago

    Barkley reminds me alot of Barry hes just bigger which is scary

  • Brooks Coleman
    Brooks Coleman 9 days ago +1

    How in the hell did anybody tackle this dude?

  • Stephen Skipper
    Stephen Skipper 10 days ago

    My favorite player hands down. Straight G!!! 💯,000
    He deserves a Ring for every year he played. Love that man. He is Football.

  • drew quick
    drew quick 10 days ago

    Chicago 🐻s fan, the guy was Amazing ! He was definitely a fun running back to watch

  • Jasen Richards
    Jasen Richards 10 days ago

    GOAT

  • Ivan Blank
    Ivan Blank 11 days ago

    In all of these highlight compilations, they never show the absolutely unbelievable runs he made to turn a totally broken play into a three yard gain. There really needs to be a highlight reel of all of his plays where his gains were under ten yards. Some of those plays were absolutely phenomenal. He would be absolutely surrounded 4 yards behind the line of scrimmage and break a tackle and sidestep another to run back and around to the other side of the field to turn it into a gain of 2 yards and you would swear that you had never seen a more impressive run. Those plays are also really important in order to understand just how crazy all of his stats were; he was breaking records with no offensive line.

  • Boy Good
    Boy Good 11 days ago

    How many draw plays did they run gosh

  • Boy Good
    Boy Good 11 days ago

    He owned John lunch a hall of fame safety

  • Boy Good
    Boy Good 11 days ago

    Him and Thurman Thomas I'm the same field in college

  • Boy Good
    Boy Good 11 days ago

    It's funny I was thinking about him at lunch he was class act he always act like he belonged by showing u not talking never show boated always handed the ball to the ref after scoring

  • Craig
    Craig 11 days ago

    Barry Sanders was All Madden stick skills... so elusive.

  • Jordan S.
    Jordan S. 12 days ago

    I was always mesmerized whenever I saw him play. Yeah he might have taken a 5 yard loss on one play or another, but sooner or later you knew he was going to bust a 40, 60, 80 yarder to the house. His jukes are most people's best memory of him but his anticipation and ability to find the crease in the defense and just accelerate through was almost superhuman. It was like he could see the future. GOAT RB.

  • Joe McDonald
    Joe McDonald 12 days ago

    MANE!!! i hate i was sleepin on barry sanders...

  • crosbonit
    crosbonit 13 days ago

    Best running back of all time.

  • jahlon wright
    jahlon wright 13 days ago

    I’m gonna keep it 100. Favorite football videos on TVclip are here.

  • Maurice White
    Maurice White 13 days ago

    Imagine this man had the dallas cowboys o-line or any good line for that matters.. dude records wouldn't be touch..

  • Nate Malone
    Nate Malone 13 days ago

    Ridiculous

  • Erik Ellis
    Erik Ellis 13 days ago

    Barry was the best I’m not a lions fan he’s the best of all time 2 is Walter P.

  • jethro1177
    jethro1177 13 days ago

    Best running back to ever play the game 🐐

  • Chris Harris
    Chris Harris 15 days ago

    Can Y’all Do Emmitt, Walter And Bo

  • AkioAkemi
    AkioAkemi 15 days ago

    Barry Sanders and Jim Brown can debate for themselves who the greatest is. I can't decide.

  • Tom Warner
    Tom Warner 15 days ago

    Regardless of the run,that guy knew how to set and use down field blocks . He'd hesitate for the block to set,amazing!

  • feldman marty
    feldman marty 15 days ago

    Another reason to sit down during the national anthem at an NFL game. He walked away from the NFL with his dignity. FUK NFL owners.

  • Stephen Schwake
    Stephen Schwake 16 days ago

    One of the classiest players to ever step on the field. Let his playing speak for itself. I would watch more pro ball if there were more players with his attitude.

  • Vincent Valez
    Vincent Valez 16 days ago

    This guy is why Detroit lived so long

  • Donnie Evans
    Donnie Evans 16 days ago

    The greatest there ever was. He didn’t sit out and want the attention on himself. Cry about his brand He just put in work. Thank you Barry for the memories! And your professionalism!!

  • Hafeez Santos-Qureshi
    Hafeez Santos-Qureshi 17 days ago +1

    Don't let this Guy make you Do the Lord's Prayer!

  • JigSaw Jazz
    JigSaw Jazz 17 days ago

    Barry should comeback. He's still got something in the tank.

  • Glenn Sampson
    Glenn Sampson 17 days ago

    Barry Sanders accomplishments are even more amazing when you realize he never had a good offensive line in front of him.

  • Jay Hooks
    Jay Hooks 17 days ago

    🐐🐐🐐🐐

  • cfairfax85
    cfairfax85 17 days ago

    No question the greatest running back of all time. Fortunate to have seen him play live his whole career.

  • sylvester bell
    sylvester bell 17 days ago

    Poor Tampa Bay! They should put him in there hall of fame! He has to have nearly a 1/4 of his yards on them!!!

  • tennaj
    tennaj 18 days ago

    Imagine if Barry Sanders had the team and coach that Emmit Smith had. He would have been the Wayne Gretzky of the NFL. Barry would have literally rushed for 3000 yards at least twice And set rushing records that would have lasted forever.. BTW. BERNIE SANDERS 2020 The Young Turks

  • jack m
    jack m 18 days ago

    Best ever and no show boat. Imagine if he had been on a really great team. Just a

  • David
    David 18 days ago

    I got a name for people who pick rings or stats EMMITT SMITH!!!

  • Seb Kennedy
    Seb Kennedy 19 days ago

    An unmatchable speed and elusiveness combination

  • Andy More
    Andy More 20 days ago

    Barry Sanders is the Most Exciting Athlete (M.E.A.T.) of all+time.

  • Revenga3114
    Revenga3114 21 day ago

    Imagine if he actually played with a good QB!