Breaking Down the NFL’s Most Unique Players

July 6, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I suppose being so good at something that you're paid seven figures to do it makes you automatically unique. But even within the league of extraordinary athletes that we call the NFL, there are some players who are simply more unique than others. 
Here, based on skills, measurables and/or off-field attributes, are 15 of the league's most unique players. 
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III
Age: 23
Experience: 1 season
What makes him unique: Extremely rare set of skills.
Remember when Michael Vick was the most unique athlete at the quarterback position?
That was the case for almost a decade, but then RG3 came along. The 2012 No. 2 overall pick is bigger and stronger than Vick, nearly as fast and elusive and is a better decision-maker. He's more refined from a technical standpoint than Vick ever was, and his pocket presence is better. 
Put simply, Griffin appears to be exactly what everyone hoped Vick would turn into. ...

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