Do you remember any of these 70s football movies? Football films didn't really come into popularity until the mid-90s, but there were still several great football movies from the 1970s. Vote for your favorites below that you would recommend to others, and downvote any bad 1970s football movies that you didn't like.
Brian's Song is sure to tug on your heartstrings on this list of greatest football movies of the 70s. A true story about Brian Piccolo and Gale Sayers, it was so popular on ABC that it was immediately shown in theaters shortly after airing. Burt Reynold's The Longest Yard was such a great football movie of the 70s, it inspired two other movies, including a remake of the same name starring Chris Rock and Adam Sandler.Which of these greatest football films of the 1970s will win? Only your vote will decide.
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