NFL stars kick off the season with fun on the Jimmy Fallon show as they read out their voted superlatives on the show.
Jimmy Fallon loves making America laugh. What better way would there be to have American pride than with football players on the show? Probably doing the funniest thing that an athlete can easily do without hurting anyone on the field...reading out their superlatives which were really funny no doubt.
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Starting off was Andrew Dalton, the quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals reading his superlative “Most likely to be the love child of Ed Sheeran and the Firefox Logo.” Next up was Drew Brees Drew, the quarterback for the New Orleans Saints reading out his superlative; Most likely to be the Dad dancing way too hard at a Taylor Swift concert.
Andrew Austen Luck, quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts having the superlative title of; Most likely to stick his head out of the car window like a dog. Joseph Walter Haden III, cornerback for the Cleveland Browns read out his title; “Black Dilbert”.
Nick Mangold, center for the New York Jets, received a warm reception as he read out his title; Most likely to call his junk “Mangold’s Man Gold”. The title received a lot of laughs. Following this one was Calvin Johnson, Jr., nicknamed Megatron, wide receiver for the Detroit Lions and his title was read out by him as Most likely to play “Lawyer# 2” in a Tyler Perry movie.
Joe Flacco, the quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens got the title, “Most Likely to say “Let’s Party’ then directly stare at a wall for three hours.” Following him was Rob Gronkowski, nicknamed "Gronk”, tight end for the New England Patriots who was simply voted “Human Minion”. Ndamukong Suh, defensive tackle for the Miami Dolphins, followed the Minion with his title; Most likely to laugh by blinking once.
After reading out he blinked once. William Clay Matthews III, nicknamed CM3, Green Bay Packers linebacker who was voted Most athletic Baldwin brother. D'Brickashaw Montgomery Ferguson, left tackle for the New York Jets read out his title which was, Least likely to hear, “Hey! My name is D’Brickshaw, Too!”
Aaron Rodgers, quarterback for the Green Bay Packers and read out his title which was, “Most likely to offer you help at a hardware store even though he doesn’t work there.’ John Matthew Stafford, quarterback for the Detroit Lions read out his title as, Most likely to wear suspenders and play the Jug in a Mumford and Sons cover band.
Joe Thomas, offensive tackle for the Cleveland Browns and his title indicated his offensive side; Most likely to give you a wedgie in 1948. Peyton Manning, quarterback for the Denver Bronco, received a great cheer as he read out his title, Most likely to have to explain to a rookie what a VCR was.
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It was all laughs as Jimmy announced the end of the piece laughing and clapping. He thanked all the NFL players and NFL in general for being a part of the sketch.