Top 10 Video Game Characters that Should Be in the NFL - WTFootball
This week we asked the WatchMojo community tab which video games characters should play for your NFL team and why. Joshua Brisco takes you through the top picks from Sonic to well #5 is a weird one. Nice work Mojoholics!
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Trevor Phillips because despite his age (late 40s) he's very strong and could take a lot of hits. He can't get concussions and if he is injured, doesn't matter!!! Either walks it off or respawns at nearby hospital!
Number 10 is Sonic the Hedgehog
I never played NFL Football Video Game but, adding Sonic the Hedgehog in that Video Game would be Awesome !
I like Jake Jacoby's comment saying about adding Sonic the Hedgehog in the Game is very Nice !
I don't know much about football, but my team would have:
Sonic the hedgehog (he's a quick runner), Reinhart (to tackle players), Nathan Drake (he could evade players), Nero (DMC4; he'd be a good catcher), and Daxter (Jak and Daxter; for no real reason).
Akuma Teleport Running back those stiff arms...
E Honda large body good and fast hands can fly across the field. Tight End or Full back.
Dhalsim incredible reach and can levitate.
Machamp snapper 2 arms to snap and 2 to block
Tangela all those arms
Tentecrule all those arms
Snorlax big body that can run unstoppable once a game in a clutch situation.
Bullseye or Hawkeye perfect accuracy plus Hawkeye superhuman hearing...
Juggernaut literally unstoppable
Rayman not knees or elbows to be counted down ...
Head literally only a head hands and feet... No way to tackle
Sagat Muay Thai kicker
Subzero ability to stop the opposing team in it's tracks
Anakaris reach and tackle ability
Jedah that blanket coverage
+Savage Redhood019 thsts honestly very silly, the guy can even throw that far and that argueme t doesn't hold up when there are numerous other characters who can do the same thing. Hes also not nearly as strong as you make him out to be, he is also much shorter than actual humans without much to compensate for it, he's also nowhere near as fast either. It just genuinely comes off as a very bad decision thst isnt practical no offense
I don't know much about football, but that team looks pretty promising, and I could probably see what some of the characters would be good in (who would want to mess with Kratos). But two questions:
1) What would Snake be good at?
2) Is this Corvo with or without powers?
Chief's strength and speed doesn't come from his suit it comes from his augmentations the suit just boosts the augments even more, so even without the suit Master Chief would still be an over 6 foot tall super human.
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