This is a bit of a throwback — to "Madden NFL 2003," in a matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Packers. Just think…if Darren Sharper makes that tackle before the ball crosses the plane of the goal line…our entire world would be completely different. A résumé of 571 receptions, 64 receiving touchdowns and 8,291 receiving yards shows you put the team on your back. How neat! Legendary clip. In case you're just now joining us, here's the source code. On April 18, 2010, Greg Jennings put the team on his back doe. This screenshot shows the gameplay mode in “Madden NFL 17.”, Latest Election Results as the votes are counted in key states, Brooklyn gangster who kidnapped rapper Tekashi69, gets 24 years in prison, Howard Stern shocked that Trump wasn’t crushed on Election Day, Two new COVID clusters emerge on Staten Island; de Blasio promises stepped up outreach, Cops make 57 arrests, including woman they say punched NYPD chief, during wild Manhattan election protest, Melissa Reeves out at ‘Days of Our Lives’ months after fans and co-stars' backlash over Candace Owens backing, Biden grows lead in Nevada, pushing him closer to victory as Trump threatens more legal action, Video shared by Eric Trump showing person ‘Burning 80 Trump Ballots’ is fake: officials, Teen arrested after teacher sees him having oral sex with 7-year-old girl during break in online class, Trump claims votes in after Election Day ‘WILL NOT BE COUNTED,' Twitter flags as misleading, Joe Biden gains ground in Georgia, Pennsylvania as Trump demands ‘STOP THE COUNT!’, 'Count every vote’ NYC peaceful protest ends quietly while other demonstrators clash with cops; multiple arrests, GOP observers granted court order to watch vote counting in battleground Pennsylvania, Nevada Election Results: What happens next, How many of you want Kanye West to be president? Kirksey is even shown (somehow) breaking up a play and even levitating to high-five his teammates. Cuomo, grinning, says boyfriend he claimed to ‘like’ is ‘no longer with us’, Texas teen tased by police after fleeing traffic stop, family calls for officers’ firings, Alabama mother sentenced to 723 years in prison for abusing daughters for a decade. Warning: Video is NSFW, explicit language. Please also read our Privacy Notice and Terms of Use, which became effective December 20, 2019. NBA Team Considers Temporary Move To Newark, Greg Jennings ‘Put the Team on his Back’ Ten Years Ago Today. However, Jennings manages to avoid Sharper's tackle for a touchdown. One YouTuber posted a video in 2010 of a strange dogpile fight in "Madden NFL 11." "Greg Jennings (Broken Leg) scores on the saints," better known as Put Da Team On My Back, is a Youtube video featuring Madden NFL 10 player Demetry James scoring a 99-yard touchdown pass from Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers to wide receiver Greg Jennings, who was in the game despite a leg injury, against the New Orleans Saints. Perhaps the greatest Madden moment of all time, this came as one player scored a touchdown with former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings.

Where is he? In the 2011 Super Bowl's notorious media day, he was asked about the clip and launched into an impression of James' call, sans profanity. To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. The inside story of Greg Jennings breaking his leg in ‘Madden’ YouTube video. Posted on : 04/18/2020. The count is in, ‘Seemed like a sociopath’: Friends were leery of bodybuilder accused of fatally beating Queens girlfriend before throwing her out 6th-floor window, Federal judge furious at Postmaster Louis DeJoy after USPS defies order to search for missing ballots, Brooklyn teens wrongly held inside Domino’s Pizza by staff who suspected them of crime: suit, Gov. If you aren’t aware of the famous YouTube clip, then you’ve been missing out for all these years. James' version of Jennings is suffering from a lot of pain, but decides that he still has to "do this shit, for Madden!" With "Madden's" release, we trace some of the most hilarious glitches of all time — everything from Greg Jennings "putting the team on his back," to invisible players snatching touchdowns, to flips that only the Jedi could pull off.