The greatest NFL players of all time


Throughout the years there has been a great deal of quality NFL players. But, although there are a lot of great players out there, some will forever be the greatest. We are going to give you an introduction to the top 5 NFL players of all times, so that you can see if your favorite is on the list.


Although NFL picks against the spread might bring luck every now and then, these players have had the odds on their side throughout most of their career. We are going to take a look at their time as players, their team and of course their ranking from the NFL Network.


#1 Jerry Rice

Jerry Rice is a former wide receiver who played all of 21 seasons for the National Football League. Rice was chosen by the San Francisco 49ers in 1985, but also played for the Oakland Raiders, Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos. He is the leader and his number one rating is well deserved.


#2 Jim Brown

If you could go back in time, you would probably visit BetUS and place a few bets on this guy. Jim Brown is a former fullback from Georgia. He played for the Cleveland Browns and is considered one of the greatest running backs in our time. This man is a true legend and is well deserved of his number two rating from the NFL Network.


#3 Lawrence Taylor

Yes, Lawrence Taylor. The greatest defensive player we have ever known. Although he played great when playing for the New York Giants, he is also considered one of the greatest college football players ever! There have been some discussions around his contract demands, but no matter how you twist and turn this, he was a great player.


 #4 Joe Montana

Another 49ers player – the one and only Joe Montana. Montana is a former quarterback and played 16 seasons in the NFL. Although he spent most of his time with the San Francisco 49ers he also played for the Kansas City Chiefs. There is no doubt that “Joe Cool” deserves a spot within the top 5.


#5 Walter Payton

Payton is a tiny bit older than the other former players mentioned above him. He played running back for the Chicago Bears and he passed away in 1999, only 45 years old. He is a nine-time Pro Bowl selectee, and he has more records than any of us can imagine.