Barry Sanders Mini-Movie: Untouchable with the Ball!

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Mark Holmes +1115
Mark Holmes

To this date, Barry Sanders is still the best NFL running back that there has ever been.

Hace un mes
Todd Dehaas
Todd Dehaas

@M. Williams facts 💯💪🏿

Hace 14 horas
Tee
Tee

@Mike V O Jim Brown was a monster amongst men..played when you could do just about anything to bring a runner down to his credit..but he also was as big and faster than most of his opponents. Walking advantage. He's for me the best power back as he played less games (back then) & crazy dominant. It takes a giant a little less effort to be..a giant than it takes a small elusive to make other fast hall of Fame types like ..Derrick Brooks ..Mike Singletary to look repeatedly bad (which Barry did on a regular basis)

Hace 2 días
Allen Whitmer
Allen Whitmer

@Chris Wells You don't think teams entire game plan wasn't to stop Sanders? It was, my friend. Stop Barry and that's all ya had to do

Hace 2 días
Mark Holmes
Mark Holmes

@D Dub n AZ! (Professional,Expert Commenter.) You clearly forgot to take your meds today.

Hace 3 días
D Dub n AZ! (Professional,Expert Commenter.)
D Dub n AZ! (Professional,Expert Commenter.)

Watch ya mouf! You forgetting walter payton, thurman Thomas, bo jackson, and of course the, "NOTORIOUS", O.J The juice simpson.

Hace 3 días
Mike F. +88
Mike F.

He also has the greatest endzone celebration of all time. It's called the "Act Like Ya Been There".

Hace un mes
John Martin +1
John Martin

@Mark C A.P. Was one of a kind. Walter strong, Barry quicks and Ray Lewis mean. I hate the Viqueens ( Bears fan) but I watched every Moss catch with awe and appreciated every Peterson run. Linebackers were scared of him. He’d make you look stupid, then kill you then outrun your DBs. Definitely in my ever rotating top three with Payton and Sanders.

Hace 19 días
Mark C +2
Mark C

You know, as a kid I idolized Franco and OJ. As I grew older there were a few more that I had tremendous respect for along the way, Walter, Emmitt, Marshall. Enjoyed the tapes of Jim and Gayle. Adrian, to me, is the most complete running back ever! Combo of brute power, great speed, quickness, acceleration unrivaled. You can't draw them up better than Adrian. But still Barry, for his extraordinary talent of elusiveness, start

Hace 19 días
Jason Downs +55
Jason Downs

I can’t believe that I had the honor of seeing Barry Sanders run live. Every Thanksgiving, as a child, my family attended the Lion’s game for years in the 90’s. I still remember a sweep he did almost end zone to end zone against the Browns that I saw with my own eyes. He was the absolute best running back ever. And he did it on the Lion’s, one of the worse teams in the NFL.

Hace 26 días
Robert Green +48
Robert Green

The most amazing footage I've ever seen of Barry Sanders the man was just fn unbelievable I mean nobody nobody can do what Barry did

Hace un mes
matt n +2
matt n

@John Capo come on now. Emmitt had one of the best offensive lines ever. Barry had a horrible line, no passing offense, and STILL did what he did. Switch places and emmitt is nowhere near what he was with Dallas and sanders may average over 2k a year.

Hace 14 días
John Capo
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
John Capo
John Capo

then you need to watch more tape, when he was getting hit in the back field

Hace 20 días
John Conde +31
John Conde

I watched Barry’s whole career and I’m a Packers fan he’s the greatest running back I’ve ever seen unbelievable😮

Hace 25 días
D. S.
D. S.

@Fred zaragoza HaHaHaHa 49ers don't even rank as a top 5 however the Packers are the undisputed #1 Champion

Hace 8 días
Fred zaragoza
Fred zaragoza

@D. S. that would be the 49ers ,ask them who the best franchise of all time is .

Hace 8 días
D. S. +1
D. S.

Agree as a Fan and an Owner of the Greatest Franchise in All of Sports! Go Pack Go!!!!

Hace 10 días
Guy Hardrock +13
Guy Hardrock

I loved watching Jim Brown back in the day, and guys like Derrick Henry - fast, punishing runners who could smash their way through defenses, breaking tackles like a supersonic bowling ball… but for pure poetry on the field, there’s no one like Barry Sanders. He was fast, and he knew how to lower his shoulder and deliver a hit, but elusiveness was HIS thing, and we have not seen his like since he left us. (Reggie Bush might have come close, will never forget his multiple-touchdown kick return days, but he never got many carries from scrimmage - by the mid-2000s maybe he was considered to small, I don’t know…) There are great backs who accumulated massive yardage over a long career - Walter Payton and Emmitt Smith come to mind - but Barry Sanders gets my vote for best running back EVER, and I don’t think it’s really all that close…

Hace 25 días
Dulcinea +32
Dulcinea

My favorite running back of all time. I rooted for him even when the Lions played against my favorite teams. I remember how bummed out I was when Barry retired. I wanted to see him play in games that mattered. Detroit Lions games rarely matter. He had many years left in his legs but playing for Detroit's losing culture tore his heart out . They couldn't put together a winning team and then after a decade of loyalty Barry showed Detroit, they refused his request to release him from his contract when he wanted to unretire. He obviously wanted to continue playing, just not for Detroit. Detroit screwed loyalty just like they did to Calvin Johnson and other above average players. That's why top players refuse to sign with Detroit late in their careers and why the Lions will never win a championship. Detroit is where careers go to die.

Hace un mes
Robert Vanderbaan +2
Robert Vanderbaan

It's true. The Detroit management simply is not worthy of NFL representation. It's a Ford Family thing. Until the team is sold, it will be second rate.

Hace 14 días
Dan Koning +2
Dan Koning

@Zach McMillen // He's right; those things have been happening since the 50's when Detroit *was* the team to beat; then the NFL was born. My dad slowly formed the same opinion from the 60's on thru to the 2000's until his recent death. I slowly formed the same opinion starting in the 70's when I started watching in my teens. The only thing I'd add to Dulcinea comment is that Detroit also takes talented players and ruins them if they stay. Stafford is a perfect example; he was able to leave and surprise; a Champ is born! It would have been the same with Barry/ Calvin and more.

Hace 21 un día
Zach McMillen
Zach McMillen

Wow man.

Hace 21 un día
bonwatcher +15
bonwatcher

Sanders had that low center of gravity, the float step where he just paused and defenders would fly by and then he could also change direction on a dime and give you nine cents change. So glad I got to see him play.

Hace 23 días
Rocco Balboa +18
Rocco Balboa

Finally a full highlight reels of Barry Sanders in real speed! Truly shows how freaking amazing and fast he was with his ankle breaking moves. Most of his highlights they show are slowed down and not showing his real time game speed. The most class act sports figure in all sports to top it off. Niners fan here!

Hace un mes
ajpend +2
ajpend

Fully agree. Also a Niners fan.

Hace un mes
Rich Ott +170
Rich Ott

I’ll just say this, Barry was the most dynamic running back I have ever seen. And I am a Bears fan, Walter Payton was my childhood hero, but Barry was just magic.

Hace un mes
hawki5120 +1
hawki5120

@BenGrace2003 There is a argument to be made. They had a lot in common. Through most of Walter career you knew he was getting the ball to and he was unstoppable as well. Walter was a better blocker and receiver. You wouldn't lose with either one.

Hace 14 días
zoner +2
zoner

@BenGrace2003 He would have set the record for all time.

Hace 16 días
Troy D'Ambrosio +1
Troy D'Ambrosio

💡🙏🤔 Walter Payton is up there too

Hace 18 días
Alan Rinscheid +1
Alan Rinscheid

@Ronald del Rosario Excellent analysis!

Hace 19 días
Bizzle Ranch +1
Bizzle Ranch

@Pat Doyle True about Brown's era. I don't know that Sanders had the had the size or strength to be an effective pass blocker (I don't know that he didn't, either). Payton and Emmitt might have been the best all around in that regard. Which might have contributed to their big rushing numbers; their blocking ability contributed to a better all around offense. Hell, my favorite Emmitt Smith play was a tackle he made after an interception. He was a great all around back.

Hace 19 días
Tony Everett +32
Tony Everett

Loved watching this dude do his thing growing up. Hands down best to ever do it...IMO!!💯

Hace un mes
John Capo
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
D.R. Scott +14
D.R. Scott

Barry could easily be considered the Michael Jordan of football. The excitement he brought to the game when he ran was unlike anything you’ve ever seen. I remember as a teenager If the lions were playing I’m finding a way to watch that game. He put on a show!! His fans know he was a champion even without a ring. You were something special Mr. Sanders and will always be remembered.

Hace 21 un día
Jed Clampett +4
Jed Clampett

Michael Jordan was the Barry Sanders of Basketball.

Hace 19 días
John Capo
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
hoyit +15
hoyit

There’s just never really been another player who’s legs worked the same way Barry’s did. His agility and acceleration off that agility is just unmatched. Factor in his humble manner and you truly get a once in a lifetime athlete.

Hace un mes
John Capo
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
Nunya Bussiness
Nunya Bussiness

lesean mccoy

Hace 21 un día
John Cartledge +15
John Cartledge

Had the privilege of seeing Barry twice in the Silverdome on Monday night. Once against the Vikings & once against the Giants. The Lions lost both times but it wasn't for any lack of effort on Sanders' part. Watching him was like having tickets to watch Michaelangelo paint the Chapel ceiling live. His runs mimmicked the stroke of a paint brush unfolding the mysteries of a masterpiece right in front of your eyes .In my opinion he's the GOAT of all RBs I've watched over the course of my 65 years. And what a class act. You'd be hard pressed to find him acting like his infinite talent was saddled by an underacheiving Detroit Lions franchise. What a class guy!!

Hace 29 días
Deft One +237
Deft One

The 90's had probably the deepest pool of running back talent ever. Terrell Davis, Curtis Martin, Marshall Faulk, Emmitt Smith, Thurman Thomas, and Jerome Bettis. All of them hall of famers from this decade. Yet none of them were on Barry's level. He was that damn good!

Hace un mes
Larry A
Larry A

@successful rap life Damn, friend, not even CLOSE. Emmitt had mostly excellent teams to play on with fine O lines. Not so Barry. His teammates did their best, but they were middling at best. If Barry had been on the Cowboys, only God knows how many yards he'd have gotten. Or perhaps he'd been used less, due to other fine players around him, but his yards per run would've been higher. Emmitt was blessed to play there, no doubt. But close to Barry. We all laugh at that.

Hace 15 días
Bizzle Ranch
Bizzle Ranch

@DMV Bay 3,000 yards isn't realistic on the best of teams. You have to realize that he wouldn't have gotten the touches on a team with a better passing game. Arguably, his numbers might have actually gone down.

Hace 19 días
Bizzle Ranch +1
Bizzle Ranch

@begcoins If you want to talk all purpose, then you have to include guys like Herschel Walker, Roger Craig, and Marcus Allen (who was sharing time with Bo Jackson for a good part of his career). That fact of the matter is these sorts of arguments are worthless because different players play on different teams with different talent, and different strategies. I can't help but wonder what Mike Alstott could have achieved with coach other than John Groden. I like Gruden, but he was a quarterback guy, not a RB/FB guy. Sander was shifty like no other. Walker was a powerful speed merchant but couldn't really block. Jim Brown, Eral Camble, and Jerome Bettis were brutish power houses. Marcus Allen and Roger Craig were two way threats. And Emmitt Smith and Walter Payton were better all around running backs, passing/blocking. There is no "best", just the best fit.

Hace 19 días
Waldo Pepper
Waldo Pepper

Word. Bird is the word.

Hace 20 días
TJ +22
TJ

Growing up a Rams fan I always believed Dickerson was the best. But there's no doubt in my mind that Sanders is the GOAT. Just imagine if he played on almost any other team that had other players to complement his abilities.

Hace 24 días
DxV04
DxV04

Yes the Packers had a chance and instead chose offensive tackle mandrich. Imagine Brett Farve and Barry Sanders against Troy Aikman and Emmit Smith!!

Hace un día
Ismail Davis +2
Ismail Davis

I too at one time believed that Eric Dickerson was the greatest that I ever seen do it from that position. When I saw Barry Sanders he was just a little bit more special and I liked him better as a human being also.

Hace 12 días
sactown steelers +1
sactown steelers

In 77 payton had no team no qb or receivers a bunch of nobodys payton single handedly took the bears to the playoffs he literally did it all by himself look it up barry was great but so was OJ on a bills team that stunk up the league yet he ran for 2000 yards in a season in the snow ad well. But not like payton he had moves or run you over you couldnt bring him down he flew over the defense to score threw tds the greatest running back ever. Hell Gale Sayers scored 6 tds running the ball he couldnt be stopped they called him the KC comet and he was like sanders too untouchable. But Payton is by far the GOAT

Hace 19 días
sactown steelers +2
sactown steelers

Payton too if he played on another team but barry sanders had better lines and better teams than payton except for 85 and the bears wouldnt let him score a td in the superbowl

Hace 19 días
Masherbrum +8
Masherbrum

12:41 - I was at that game. The previous touch was a 70 yard run for a TD, with a late Holding call on the Lions. Next touch was that run for 80. Barry is the GOAT.

Hace 19 días
GOD'S TRUE PURPOSE +9
GOD'S TRUE PURPOSE

Sanders only running back to average 5 yards per carry in his career. Sanders retired at 30 now he stands at number 4 on the all-time rushing list. Was only 1,458 yards short of the all-time rushing record when he retired. Only played 10 seasons and had the best 10yr span out of any running back in the history of the NFL

Hace 21 un día
kymang4327 +3
kymang4327

Add he did it with a trash offensive line at that!

Hace 17 días
Gordon Miller +9
Gordon Miller

I had the honor of seeing Barry play on 22 November 1992 at Riverfront Stadium against the Bengals. I truly count seeing him play, in person, as my most memorable professional sports experience. Barry Sanders, what else is there to say!

Hace 24 días
J.B GamingTv +190
J.B GamingTv

Barry is the reason 90s kids like myself had a tiny soft spot for the lions🤣🤣🤣

Hace un mes
Juan Reese +2
Juan Reese

Incontrovertibly the. East back of all time. His change of direction. Is unpaR

Hace 13 días
donald seigel +2
donald seigel

Truth

Hace 23 días
Julien Alexander +3
Julien Alexander

You ain't lying! I'm packers fan but he's my favorite running back. got tears in my eyes watching this

Hace 25 días
Russell Langworthy +2
Russell Langworthy

@Andre Bard The Lions were playing on Thanksgiving decades before Barry Sanders joined the team.

Hace 27 días
Andre Bard +2
Andre Bard

💯 also the reason the Lions got all those Thanksgiving games...lol

Hace 27 días
Big Al Bigs +8
Big Al Bigs

I've seen a couple of greats live in my lifetime Michael Jordan, Tom Brady but without a doubt my biggest regret is not watching 2 greats play live 1st of course Barry and 2nd Sweetness RIP 🐐

Hace un mes
Jay Weiss +16
Jay Weiss

No doubt in my mind, the best running back ever, & a class act! Remember he did what he did playing for the Lions?!!!

Hace un mes
John Capo
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
John Capo
John Capo

clear your mind then

Hace 20 días
Nature Man Iron Fist +17
Nature Man Iron Fist

not only the best running back, but I feel he is the most beloved player of all time,. Both offensive and defensive players had much respect and showed love for Barry .

Hace un mes
Bizzle Ranch +2
Bizzle Ranch

No doubt. As a Cowboys guy, I'm partial to Smith, Dorsett, and Walker; but Sanders was something different. Shame he never was in a team that could deliver.

Hace 19 días
John Capo
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
Pick Like A Pro +13
Pick Like A Pro

He did this with every team knowing he was getting the ball. Craziest and best highlight reel imaginable.

Hace un mes
Pick Like A Pro
Pick Like A Pro

@John Capo yea. They wouldn’t show stuff like that in a highlight reel obviously but it makes sense. Look at leveon bell. When he had a good offensive line holy shit he was good. But with a bad one he got stopped in the backfield a record amount of times. I’m a cowboys fan btw and the emmitt comment makes a lot of sense and is the reason I still believe Ezekiel Elliott isn’t done but I would love to see him be the short yardage back to see what pollard could do.

Hace 18 días
John Capo +1
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
ajpend
ajpend

😆

Hace un mes
Junkman2000 +123
Junkman2000

"There is no footage of his decline." Damn, that's the TRUTH, RUTH! 💪

Hace un mes
o
o

Barry was the GOAT. Emmitt s best years were 92-95 the years of their championship run then he stats declined every year after. Barry's got better each year. Barry is literally the best individual athlete we have ever seen play football no one can do what he did on that team.

Hace 8 días
Victor Alvarez-Tapia +3
Victor Alvarez-Tapia

He had no decline. None.

Hace 19 días
Dwayne Barnes +5
Dwayne Barnes

🎯 there is no bad footage of him in history from pop Warner to the pros

Hace 23 días
Julien Alexander +2
Julien Alexander

the absolute truth!

Hace 25 días
Rick Henkle +3
Rick Henkle

He was the really only reason to watch the Thanksgiving game with the Lions back in the 90's!!! And He always made it worth it!! What could of been if he had been on a Packers team or whatever team but the Lions back then ????? Wish the players now showed as much class when they make a great play, no dance, stupid stuff, just class!!

Hace 23 días
Just Piper +6
Just Piper

I've had the privilege of watching Barry Sanders and the great Walter Payton and there shouldn't even be a debate...Barry Sanders will never be second to anyone. Nobody could stop and start, spin, hurtle, bounce off linebackers and stiff arm backs...all in one play, like Barry Sanders.

Hace 26 días
Earl Ross +8
Earl Ross

I'm laughing the whole time watching this, seeing my Wichita homie humiliating opposing teams, and hearing my Frat Brother say which way did he go which way did he go.😂😂😂

Hace 23 días
Earl Ross +1
Earl Ross

@Brandon Young GOMAB Frat 🤘🏾

Hace 9 días
Brandon Young +2
Brandon Young

GOMAB!!

Hace 9 días
Wilford Brimley +3
Wilford Brimley

As a lifelong Packers fan, I'll have no problem arguing Barry is the absolute GOAT. Despite the frustration you couldn't hate the guy and knew you were watching something special

Hace un mes
Robert Hayes +86
Robert Hayes

On and off the field...a gentleman. Arguably the best player on the field on any given Sunday, yet you would never know it from the humility he exhibited. A professional gentleman.

Hace un mes
DatBarberCanCut +5
DatBarberCanCut

Yes he sure was, he also displayed that side of himself on the field as he would hand over the ball to the refs. Remarkable Dude!

Hace un mes
edward mitoma +4
edward mitoma

In todays world of spoiled jerk athletes? He stands alone. Just another reason he was the absolute greatest!!!

Hace un mes
Larry H +2
Larry H

He’s the reason many picked to be a running back in the 90’s. Best running back I ever witnessed. Smooth elusiveness and agility.

Hace un mes
Elundrus Magee +2
Elundrus Magee

I remember waking up early Sunday morning waiting for 12 noon just to watch Barry Sanders in action, man oh man it was great to see Barry on the field

Hace un mes
TeddyRuc TeddyRuc +2
TeddyRuc TeddyRuc

To be that size breaking tackles when for sure it looks like a dead end is phenomenal. Was hilarious when the Pittsburgh defense huddled up and said we can't rely on one person to tackle him 😂 Barry one of the best to do it if not the best! 💯

Hace 24 días
Greg Garcia +1
Greg Garcia

Watching these highlights takes me back to my childhood and brings me great joy. Broke my heart (selfishly) when he retired early. Also made me a bigger fan as he was a man of conviction.

Hace 22 días
Jolly John the Pirate +113
Jolly John the Pirate

He retired before he got seriously hurt. He went to work at his family's business. Played football, made money left on his own terms. Truly a very smart man.

Hace un mes
Bill Patterson +1
Bill Patterson

I don't know if he was the best? There has been good running backs of the past when I was young and into my 20's. Like Bo Jackson, Marcus Allen, OJ Simpson. Walter Payton. But yes he was good. Was not on TV much in the west with the Lions.

Hace 22 días
Arthur Robinson +5
Arthur Robinson

Good for him leave while you can. In one pieace

Hace 24 días
Steven Torrez
Steven Torrez

@Russell Langworthy I liked Barry, I didn't know why he quit. I just heard about the Ford's. Wish he would have stayed.

Hace 28 días
Knight Light +3
Knight Light

I also heard, because of his contract, the organization didn’t allow him to go to another team.

Hace 28 días
Shadow Banned +2
Shadow Banned

He was amazing. So glad I got to watch him on tv as a kid.

Hace un mes
Whitestone Commons +1
Whitestone Commons

Barry Sanders was a absolute NFL highlight reel! Awesome and amazing agility, strength, balance, and maneuvers! Always classy and dignified! Never ever participated in any kind of celebratory antics! Maximum respect and salute to Barry Sanders! I really wished that he could have won a well deserved SuperBowl ring, and championship!

Hace 20 días
Miguel Mendoza +3
Miguel Mendoza

Great video. No one compares to the awesome Barry Sanders!!! There never was anyone like him and there never will. I loved watching him play. It was so much fun to watch him do his thang. He was exciting to see. Trying to tackle him was like trying to tackle a chicken on crack. Very heartbroken when he retired. A gentleman.

Hace un mes
John Capo
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
Chad Clements
Chad Clements

Barry Sanders never ceased to amaze! My favorite running back of all time! G.O.A.T!

Hace 16 días
Josh Harrison +78
Josh Harrison

His balance, cutting ability, and acceleration was otherworldly. Stopping on a dime like it's nothing

Hace un mes
mark cepeda
mark cepeda

agreed

Hace 19 días
John Capo
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
Joe Turner +1
Joe Turner

@wizdumb He was definitely not the fastest, not the biggest or toughest at breaking lines and tackles, wasn't even remotely close to the most successful, but nobody ran the ball like him.

Hace 22 días
wizdumb +1
wizdumb

Barry's straight line speed was trash. So for me to say he is the best running back of all time shows how good his attributes you just mentioned really were.

Hace 22 días
Mike Nelson
Mike Nelson

CAN'T FORGET ABOUT TONY DORSETT, HE WAS A TRUE RUNNING BACK FOR THE COWBOYS...

Hace 25 días
westentrance +1
westentrance

Best running back ever, playing on mediocre teams where opponents knew he was getting the ball half the time. Despite all that, he amassed fantastic numbers.

Hace un mes
Studz Ramrod +2
Studz Ramrod

He really is THE greatest running back ever. The numbers do lie, in this case. The video though, does not.

Hace 28 días
Tee Gleason
Tee Gleason

I was a great joy watching Barry in those games. Glad to be a part of THAT era 😎💪🏽

Hace 23 días
Victor Franca
Victor Franca

This has some of the most amazing football footage ive ever seen. Just run this every thanksgiving before the Lions step on the field. It would not have been as flashy if it were not the Lions he was playing for. This is some of the best human kinetics of all time, period. He was built on the back of the other great runners before him, but consolidated all in one. Had plenty of contact and power runs as well. Thats why they didnt let him play red zone. He would have tried to find a way in regardless of defenders being able to flank in such a tight spot. Bravo.

Hace un mes
Philip Perkins +117
Philip Perkins

I’ve seen so many videos like these about Barry Sanders. They never get old. He was the best running back Ever.

Hace un mes
John Capo
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
John Edwards
John Edwards

Barry was INCREDIBLE! As much as I loved him. I still believe that Bo Jackson, was the best running back ever!

Hace 20 días
2Stroke Tyson
2Stroke Tyson

I gotta give Barry 2nd & Walter Peyton 1st

Hace un mes
Blackreign 313
Blackreign 313

Top 5 Player too.

Hace un mes
Peter Thomas
Peter Thomas

Damn I feel fortunate to see this man play in my life time. Imagine what Barry would have done if he had the line like Emitt had. Can't even imagine!!!! .....and no matter what team you liked you gotta be honest with yourself and admit there's a part of you that wanted to see Barry get a ring!

Hace 19 días
dapperjohnjb
dapperjohnjb

He was a true running back. Loved watching him on Thanksgiving day.

Hace un mes
William Roark
William Roark

Now, I’ve seen these videos a million times…… and I can’t wait to watch them all over again!!!!💜💜💜💜✨✨✨✨ Barry was, is, my ALL TIME G.O.A.T.!!!!!😍

Hace un mes
Robert Goodman
Robert Goodman

I can honestly say being from the D,I've seen the greatest running back of all time ever! Thank You Berry for all the great memories.

Hace 18 días
Jbf53176 +100
Jbf53176

I watched Sanders from his record breaking Junior season at OK St., through his entire career with the Lions.. No one will ever convince me Sanders wasn't the best RB ever.. He's definitely the best I've ever seen. No disrespect to anyone, but Sanders was legendary...

Hace un mes
Larry A +1
Larry A

Why would anyone argue with you? You're right!

Hace 15 días
Asicaláo
Asicaláo

@Tom Chow More speed and power 🤣🤣🤣

Hace 16 días
LZ
LZ

@John Capo might you be a Cowboy fan by any chance?

Hace 17 días
John Capo
John Capo

# COACHES LOVED EMMITT video game Fans loved Barry WHY - one knew the value of running for 2 yards and getting a first down, the other was always looking for a home run his own coaches proved this by removing him on goal line situations because he ended losing yards in most cases. any play over 3 secs, 5 tops physically wore down the offensive line, they become sloppy / holding, tripping penalties crept up, meanwhile Barry was still dancing in the back field the cowboys use to pass the ball till they get to 5 yard line, then bring in Emmitt to close the deal

Hace 20 días
Jbf53176
Jbf53176

@tim vanderlinde anytime man.

Hace 22 días
Macon Wills +1
Macon Wills

I love Barry Sanders. Grew up as youngster watching him....then I was pretty down with Calvin Johnson (possibly the most talented receiver ever)...they ended up retiring early. Longtime QB Matt Stafford switches teams....immediately wins the super bowl

Hace un mes
Julien Alexander +1
Julien Alexander

The Cowboys one gets me every time 😂😂😂 brings tears to my eyes. the best ever! @15:46 #46 for the 49ers omg! 😂😅😭

Hace 25 días
lamar lamar +1
lamar lamar

Mannnn I can watch his highlights all day & jus puts a smile on my smile on my face!!

Hace 25 días
Konrad Schnell +1
Konrad Schnell

I've never seen Barry fumble. Dude is a legend. Imagine the yards he would have put up if he was on a good team all those years.

Hace 25 días
Body's World Productions
Body's World Productions

Born and raised in Detroit, I was blessed to see most of these highlights on TV. Barry was just something different! The best I ever seen!

Hace 8 días
Drforce2311
Drforce2311

This brings back great memories. Thanks to everyone that put this together.

Hace 12 días
donald seigel +3
donald seigel

As a lifelong Chiefs fan, this is the only RB that I would have taken over my hero Jamal Charles. Even I as a Chiefs fan have to admit he was the best RB in the league and maybe in history.

Hace 23 días
Joseph Hewison
Joseph Hewison

He will never be replaced… the greatest running back of all time… a smooth operator.

Hace 29 días
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Barry Sanders was an absolute joy to watch when he displayed his God given talent. Not only did he change direction in fractions of a second, his subsequent burst of speed just left everyone in Awe (including his opponents). Openings in the defense would only exist for a moment, but by the time you noticed the hole, he was already through it and accelerating towards the goal line. He was also magnificent in switching the ball to either arm as he ran to remove defensive opportunities to go after the football itself. No other way to say it, he was simply the best... 😄

Hace un mes
Kevin Martin
Kevin Martin

Hell Yeah!! I miss watching this poetry in motion. Barry Sanders was the man😎👊

Hace 22 días
Andre Duncan
Andre Duncan

11:45 and 14:40 says it all. The best runs ever from the best back ever. When you are 20 yards from the end zone, six DB's in front of you, and they are calling touchdown.

Hace 29 días
Michael O
Michael O

Being born in 98 I sadly never got to witness him live but from everything I’ve seen this dude is by far the goat of RBS. I really hope he stays remembered by my generation and the future

Hace 11 días
Wizard of Wor
Wizard of Wor

20:46. Shifting it into overdrive! I could watch Barry Sanders highlights all day. Pure poetry in motion. Great video compilation BTW.

Hace 28 días
Jerrod Hohn +81
Jerrod Hohn

I've watched every possible Barry YouTube video and this is the best one. It shows more highlights, different angles of the same highlights we've seen 1000 times and I'm only 4.5 minutes into it. WELL DONE!!! I also like the fact that they're in chronological order. Thank you!!

Hace un mes
jtremaine23 +1
jtremaine23

I agree...I was thinking the exact same thing.

Hace 16 días
Titus Rivers +3
Titus Rivers

Same thing! 💯 I've seen them all, at least I thought so. Exactly what you said 💯💯

Hace un mes
Thomas Court +10
Thomas Court

I came to the comments section to say this exact same thing. Well done, Jerrod! This is the definitive Barry Sanders highlight video of his NFL highlights.

Hace un mes
James Miller
James Miller

Barry was jusing amazing! Had season tickets in the '90s, saw him hit 2k vs NYJ. 10yrs a hell of a run in NFL. Thanks Barry for all of the memories. A class act. #20 🏉

Hace un mes
Arturo Alford
Arturo Alford

The one YouTube video I wish did not come to an end. Thank you Barry Sanders for sharing with us your greatness!

Hace 11 días
C. B. +1
C. B.

I was blessed to see Walter Payton, then Sanders Smith and Thomas. What a great 20 years of RB's. Barry still the best by a long shot. Skill, speed, and vision. Hes a rare athlete that could compete in his era, and the current one. He retired when I was stationed in germany. I was shocked he left so soon. Smith has the stats, barry has the talent.

Hace 21 un día
Jacques Taulard
Jacques Taulard

Well! GREAT editing job. You not only put in those great replays we still watch today. BUT, you grouped certain kinds of moves, like how Barry stopped the bigs of the linebackers in their tracks. Plus, we saw how he changed the ball away from the side most like to result in a tackle. This may partly explain his having what? only 4 fumbles in 845 runs!? Plus, his physical strength, his solidness, and his real acceleration when he saw daylight. You have to chase pigs or chickens around the farm to experience that kind o unpredictable versatility. Thanks for taking the time to do this work. How many hours?? I am guessing three solid weeks.

Hace 2 horas
Don Solo +45
Don Solo

The lateral agility god. In today's NFL he would catch 100 balls a year and be even more devastating than he was in the 90s

Hace un mes
Nyestrovic Penchkofferberger +1
Nyestrovic Penchkofferberger

The best ever, without a doubt. Smith in Dallas was damn good too, just a step below Barry...or maybe a few steps. They were similar backs, shifty and quick...but Barry isn't exactly "shifty" as we understand it by normal measures. He was beyond shifty. He got stopped a LOT for short or no yardage, even lost yardage, but you would tolerate that during his games just to see the crazy stuff. His victories far far outweighed his failures. He's an absolute enigma off the field too. He wasn't boisterous, he is very plain spoken and point blank. A super shy otherworldly athlete maybe. Good to see his videos resurfacing.

Hace 25 días
Will Sweat
Will Sweat

As a Lions fan from SE Michigan, I loved Barry's humble, honest, sincere attitude and I know he was and is the greatest RB ever to touch a football EVER in the NFL.

Hace un mes
Poiboy82
Poiboy82

One of my favorite ever. All class. Did his talking with his play. Before all the showboating they have now. Those were the days.

Hace 11 días
Life Coach-Visionary Woodbury +1
Life Coach-Visionary Woodbury

I’m so glade I was able to witness @BarrySanders. I knew there wouldn’t be another one of him EVER. How did I know…because how bad he torched my Bucs 😂. We love you @BarrySanders

Hace 25 días
Big Papa Whoppa +165
Big Papa Whoppa

I can’t imagine what it was like for Barry to carry 50 200-pound guys on his back for 10 years. No wonder he retired so early. He must have been exhausted. Best running back of all time IMO.

Hace un mes
DMV Bay
DMV Bay

@sactown steelers Walter Payton = Best All-Round back of all time Barry Sanders = Best pure runner of the ball ALL TIME. Case closed.

Hace 25 días
Nunya Business +1
Nunya Business

@sactown steelers leave it to a steelers fan to say something so stupid...

Hace un mes
Cycle of Life +2
Cycle of Life

@sactown steelers Football is team sport. He in fortunately played for the worst franchise in the league. I am an authority on the incompetence of the Lions’ owners and their mismanagement over the past 50 years. You need to learn your subject matter before making derogatory comments about a player that gave the franchise his all.

Hace un mes
Pictureof Myjunk
Pictureof Myjunk

@sactown steelers Oh please the argument of not winning championship to be greatest is bullshit. Just like NFL Network putting "The Catch" above Odell's simply because of the game it was in. Arguments like this is why T.O not a first ballot H.O.F.

Hace un mes
Dave A
Dave A

He was born to play running back just amazing to watch the moves he displayed over and over there no lucky this just a gift from God to Barry Sanders.

Hace 9 días
Q Veezy313
Q Veezy313

I never realized how much straight line speed this man had, I don't know which is more impressive, the stopping and starting or burning past you when you though he might shake you out your cleats!!! GOAT mode!!

Hace 14 días
Rata Paga
Rata Paga

He was the best and it caught me of guard when he retired still in his prime!

Hace 20 días
Greg Gioia
Greg Gioia

Sanders was the most entertaining and exciting RB of those I've seen. It's impossible to pick a "best," but he's up there with Bo Jackson, Walter Payton, Earl Campbell, Marshall Faulk, Eric Dickerson, and maybe a couple others I've forgotten. I'm too young to have seen Jim Brown play, but rumor has it he was quite good, too.

Hace 19 días
Alexandria Ocasio-Smollett +20
Alexandria Ocasio-Smollett

Barry Sanders and Emmitt Smith played in the same league under the same rules during the same years. Emmitt Smith absolutely belongs in the Hall of Fame. He’s one of the best running backs to ever play. However.. Anyone with an ounce of objectivity realizes and admits that if those 2 switched situations and Emmitt was in Detroit whilst Barry was in Dallas, Barry would have put every single RB record so far out of reach that it would never be sniffed by anyone to come along later. Think about it.. Dallas had perhaps the best offensive line in NFL history for almost half of Emmitt‘s career. He had a Hall of Fame QB. He had a Hall of Fame wide receiver. He had One of the best head coaches in NFL history. He had a dominant defense which made it so that in the second half of a lot of games during that run in Dallas, the Cowboys were trying to shorten the game and run out the clock by running the ball at a significantly higher rate. Whereas in Detroit, they were always trying to catch up in the second half. Which resulted in them being forced to throw at a significantly higher rate. And Barry *still* would have had the record despite all that had he just played one more season. It’s truly remarkable.

Hace un mes
atombomb31458 +4
atombomb31458

Barry was better than Emmit.And emmit was certainly great.

Hace 25 días
Alexandria Ocasio-Smollett +2
Alexandria Ocasio-Smollett

@T Moore Its hard to argue with that. As you could tell from my initial comment, I’m firmly in the Barry “🐐” Sanders camp.. But I do think that the overwhelming amount of Pro-Barry supporters constantly degrading Emmitt Smith as “overrated and lucky” serves to detract from the argument of Barry’s greatness. There’s no need to dim Emmitt’s candle in order to brighten Barry’s. They are *both* undeniably all-time greats. One just happens to be better.

Hace 27 días
T Moore +1
T Moore

My point exactly being saying that since he was in the league and especially since he retired. Barry is the G.O.A.T at that position and might be the greatest player.

Hace un mes
John Densmore +1
John Densmore

Truly was one of my heroes growing up.

Hace 25 días

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