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November 29, 2010

8 Suckiest NFL QB Singing Performances (VIDEOS)

From Terry Bradshaw to Peyton Manning, these videos of field generals prove one thing: their talent vanishes once they leave the field and step behind the microphone. Earplugs are recommended, but not necessary.

8. Terry Bradshaw, "Last Word In Lonesome Is Me"—No matter how many times I see it, I can't believe it's real.

7. Brett Favre, "Pants on the Ground"—This song has a WHOLE new meaning to me now.

6.  Peyton Manning, "You Never Even Called Me By My Name"—And I thought his game against the Chargers was bad.

5. Eli and Archie Manning (and Peyton), "You Never Even Called Me By My Name"—Apparently Peyton only knows ONE song and now he's sucked his dad and brother into it. The combo is a heaping spoonful of triple sucky.

4.Tony Romo, "Don't Stop Believin'"—If Steve Perry were dead (and he may be after seeing this), he would be rolling over, and still singing better than Romo.

3. Tim Tebow, "I'm Still a Guy"—This may be the first time I'm actually happy that the camera was shaky and the audio sucked.

2. Roger Staubach, "Good Ol' Days"—There's so much vocal tuning on this I kept waiting for Kanye to pop up. And yes, Staubach is just one of many "singing," but he's still the field general and I say the buck stops there.

1. Matt Cassel, "I Want It That Way"—Just when I thought I couldn't hate the Backstreet Boys more.


Anonymous said...

You're dead wrong about Bradshaw. It ain't great, but it's not bad. You DO realize he's trying to sing like Hank Williams, don't you?

Anonymous said...

Bradshaw's song wouldn't get airtime but it's a long long way from sucky. As for the Mannings, maybe you should loosen up. That song wasn't meant to be pretty, and it sure looked like they were having fun. David Allen Coe would be proud.

Anonymous said...

I agree on Bradshaw. Actually when one says "sucks" I was expecting a very bad performance and came away a bit impressed...

Anonymous said...

Hey, did you forget Joe Montana singing with Huey Lewis.. Here there and everywhere.. hip hip so hip to be square.

Anonymous said...

What about Troy Aikman's CD? Has to be worse than any of these other than Bradshaw considering they had producers trying to make them sound decent.