Warning: Some scenes contain violence, hilarity, inappropriate behavior, and football references.
Number One: Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Who could forget Jefferson's epic game performance against Lincoln, inspired by Spiccoli's ruse?
Jim Carrey shows us the essence of the professional game.
Number Three: Horse Feathers
Since inserting the entire movie would be difficult, here's the best football scenes from the Marx Brothers classic.
Rod Tidwell celebrates his moment.
Number Five: Revenge of the Nerds
One of the most inspirational locker speeches of the 1980s, delivered by John Goodman.
Number Six: The Longest Yard
Burt Reynolds at the peak of his skills shows us what football is all about.
Number Seven: The Brady Bunch
Joe Namath elevates the football player to mythic status in this classic episode. This might have been his audition tape for C.C. and Company.
Number Eight: North Dallas Forty
This is how Ray Lewis learned to motivate his teammates.
Number Nine: Any Given Sunday
Not funny, but the subject of many parodies over the years (and a regular clip on every Jumbotron in America).
Number Ten: Rudy
It's got to be Rudy (cue the tears, gentlemen).
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