Maybe we all though the Chicago Bears "Super Bowl Shuffle" was the only scourge to our visual and audio senses in the 1980s. Well, we were wrong. Though not as well publicized as the Bears, other teams tried their hand at the arts. We proudly present several we
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In this first video the 49ers Roger Craig, Jerry Rice and many other of the 49er greats displayed their musical, ahem, acumen.
However, the 49ers were not the only
offenders, performers of the 1980s that doubled as NFL players. The Los Angeles Raiders added this gem, "Silver and Back Attack". We wear the Silver, we wear the Black, Don't get in our way, better listen to what we say, we rock the stadiums with all our might, that what we do, we'll be coming back for you. And who would argue with Howie Long.
Are we done? No, the Los Angeles Rams had their version of this classy art form and it was entitled "Ram It". What could be more clear of a football message than Dennis Harrah's "I am a mountain man from West V-A, they call me "Herc" and I came to play and I learned long ago if you ram it just right you can ram it all day and ram it all night." Pure poetry, no?
Can we see another one? Not to be outdone, the Miami Dolphins added their iteration from "Corey and the Fins", It follows the music of MC Hammer's "You Can't Touch This" and cleverly altered the lyrics to "Can't Touch US". Genius.
Cleveland Browns "Masters of the Gridiron"
The Eagles did this one called "Buddy's Watching You"
P.S. If there are others out there that need another airing, let us at
Update: Thanks to Pro Football Researchers Association member Matt Reaser, we add the Seattle Seahawks "Locker Room Rock". While not a rap, it is quite a piece of work!
Without further adieu: