Our ProFootballIntel.com trending rank score has ranked all of the top professional football related videos for the past year including 48,141 videos across 1,260 video publishers. Listed below is a ranking of the top 10 videos from the past 12 months according to most YouTube views:
- Super Bowl Maroon 5 Halftime Show (NFL with 13M views)
- A Bad Lip Reading of the 2019 NFL Season (Bad Lip Reading with 9M views)
- Breaking World Records with Cam Newton (Cam Newton with 7M views)
- 100 Year Game (NFL with 7M views)
- Patriots vs. Chiefs Highlights from AFC Championship 2018 Post Season (NFL with 7M views)
- The Precision Passing competition at the 2019 Pro Bowl Skills Showdown (NFL with 7M views)
- Players React to Their Madden 20 Ratings (NFL Rush with 6M views)
- Steve Harvey’s opening monologue from the 2019 NFL Honors ceremony (NFL with 6M views)
- Top 100 Plays of the 2018 Season (NFL Highlights with 6M views)
- Patriots versus Rams Superbowl Highlights (NFL with 6M views)
The official NFL YouTube channel leads the “most viewed” competition for the past year with 7 of the top 10 videos. Cam Newton is the only NFL player channel to make the Top 10. Enjoy watching the top ten “most viewed” videos from the past year below!
1) Pepsi Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show with Maroon 5 (NFL YouTube Channel)
Adam Levine and Maroon 5 performed during the Pepsi Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show alongside special guests Travis Scott and Big Boi. The New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams certainly had quite the game soundtrack!
2) A Bad Lip Reading of the 2019 NFL Season
Enjoy this compilation of smartest big brain plays.
3) Breaking World Records with Cam Newton (Cam Newton YouTube channel)
Cam Newton teams up with Mr. Beast at the Carolina Panthers Stadium to attempt to break a series of Guinness World Records Titles.
4) The 100 Year Game (NFL YouTube Channel)
The all-time greatest, most-competitive NFL athletes gathered for the NFL’s 100th season gala. Directed by Peter Berg, “The 100-Year Game” features 44 of the greatest NFL players from the past and present.
This video covered a lot of history in one shot. In order of appearance: Roger Goodell, Dick Butkus, Joe Greene, Aaron Donald, Peyton Manning, Orlando Pace, Alvin Kamara, Drew Brees, Michael Strahan, Rob Gronkowski, Brian Urlacher, Tyler Blevins (Ninja), JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marshawn Lynch, Beth Mowins, Eli Manning, Ndamukong Suh, Mike Singletary, Christian McCaffrey, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Michael Irvin, Deion Sanders, Larry Little, Paul Warfield, Larry Csonka, Todd Gurley, Barry Sanders, Emmitt Smith, LaDainian Tomlinson, Larry Fitzgerald, Ed Reed, Jim Brown, Baker Mayfield, Tom Brady, Terry Bradshaw, Patrick Peterson, Odell Beckham Jr., Derwin James, Jalen Ramsey, Franco Harris, Russell Wilson, Patrick Mahomes, Sarah Thomas, Ron Torbert, Tony Gonzalez, Von Miller, Richard Sherman, and Saquon Barkley. And also featuring, Utah Girls Tackle Football League running back and football activist, Sam Gordon.
5) Patriots vs. Chiefs Highlights from AFC Championship 2018 Post Season (NFL YouTube Channel)
The New England Patriots went up against the Kansas City Chiefs during AFC Conference Championship of the 2018 Post Season.
6) Precision Passing Competition at the 2019 Pro Bowl Skills Showdown (NFL YouTube Channel)
Watch the Precision Passing competition during the 2019 Pro Bowl Skills Showdown and see who stole the show!
7) Players React to Their Madden 20 Ratings (NFL Rush)
Enjoy watching NFL Players React to Their Madden 20 Ratings…
8) Steve Harvey Roasts the NFL’s Elite at the 2019 NFL Honors Ceremony (NFL YouTube Channel)
Watch Steve Harvey’s opening monologue from the 8th Annual NFL Honors ceremony.
9) Top 100 Plays of the 2018 Season (NFL Highlights)
Take a glimpse into the top 100 plays of the 2018 NFL season!
10) Patriots versus Rams Super Bowl LIII Game Highlights (NFL)
The New England Patriots battle the Los Angeles Rams during during Super Bowl LIII.
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