Posters for NFL Players
The Cardinals are a high-powered offense, so the Arizona Cardinals posters tend to focus on offensive stars. Among their most common posters are Larry Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin, Edgerrin James, Kurt Warner and Matt Leinart. The Cardinals added WR Early Doucet (2nd round) and RB Tim Hightower (4th) in the 2008 NFL Draft.
Arizona Cardinals posters include a combination picture of Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin each catching or running with the ball, and the words Flying High at the top of the poster. Boldin and Fitzgerald are each featured in multiple posters, including one with Anquan Boldin going up over a Chicago Bears defender to catch a ball. Another poster shows the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
The Falcons are going through a time of transition after the Michael Vick era. The Atlanta Falcons drafted Matt Ryan with the 3rd pick in the NFL. The team also added Michael Turner to be their running back. Other stars include Jerious Norwood, Michael Jenkins, Roddy White and Keith Brooking.
Atlanta Falcons posters are in a flux period, since several of their biggest stars, like Warrick Dunn, DeAngelo Hall, Alge Crumpler and (of course) Michael Vick no longer with the team. Most of the Falcons posters show Vick in montages with other Falcons teammates, including one with Michael Vick facing his huddle with his back to the camera.
Keith Brooking is the elder statesman of the Falcons team these days, and I suspect that longtime Falcons fans would prefer to buy his posters to the ex-Falcons or pictures of the Georgia Dome. I like the Falcons unifrom design, so safe picks include the Falcons Helmet Fathead poster, the Falcon helmet logo photo or the Atlanta Falcons poster which features the falcon logo on a red background.
The Baltimore Ravens have major stars at certain positions, including Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Terrell Suggs and Willis McGahee. With Steve McNair retiring, the Ravens drafted Joe Flacco with their 1st round pick. Flacco will back up Kyle Bollar at first, but he’ll eventually be the star quarterback.
The first three Baltimore Ravens player posters show Ray Lewis in action. Two show Lewis in the home and away jerseys running down defenders, while a third shows Ray Lewis doing his silly pregame dance. My favorite Ravens poster of the moment features Ed Reed hitting a Carolina Panthers receiver so hard that the Panthers wideout is about to land on his head.
The Bills have several young skill position players who should star for seasons to come. Among their young stars are Trent Edwards, Lee Evans and Marshawn Lynch. The team added Leodis McElvin in the draft and Paul Pozluzsny in last year’s draft.
The Buffalo Bills posters show several of their current offensive stars. One show Lee Evans leaping up to secure a ball while a Jets cornerback looks on. This photo reminds me of Andre Reed, because both receivers used the number 83. A second one shows Marshawn Lynch running up the center of the field. Ralph Wilson Stadium is featured in a couple of great pics. One is a nighttime blimp photo with the stadium lit up, while a second is an endzone corner shot of Ralph Wilson Stadium during a snowstorm.
Steve Smith and Julius Peppers are the biggest stars on the Carolina Panthers. Jake Delhomme has taken the team to two NFC Championship Games and one Super Bowl, but is coming off injuries in recent years. The Panthers drafted Jonathan Stewart to pair with Deangelo Williams for their running corps, while the team added Jeff Otah later in the first round.
Steve Smith and Julius Peppers are the stars of most Carolina Panthers poster, including a Steve Smith photo with him going deep against the St. Louis Rams and another with him catching the ball over his right shoulder. Two photos depict Julius Peppers rushing the passer, while fans of Jake Delhomme can grab a poster with Jake addressed the Panthers huddle.
The Chicago Bears have a dearth of offensive talent, so their defensive stars get more posters than many teams. Cedric Benson has a new backup RB named Matt Forte. Brian Urlacher is the face of the Bears franchise, while Tommie Harris is one of their most indispensable players.
The most prominent Chicago Bears poster is part of a series I’ve seen on All-Posters, which shows team cartoon versions of the mascots carrying team flags. The mascots tend to have a fierce look about them. The Bears posters has a grizzly bears with bulging biceps and a navy blue Bears jersey on, carrying a Chicago banner. Chicago Bears is featured prominently in the foreground. Another cool Bears-related poster is the "Stab NFL Power" poster, which features the follwing six NFL stars: Brian Urlacher, Ladainian Tomlinson, Peyton Manning, Chad Johnson, Reggie Bush and Tom Brady.
The Bengals have a whole roster of offensive stars, including Carson Palmer, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Rudi Johnson and Chad Johnson. Ocho Cinco might be gone in the offseason, so the Bengals drafted Jerome Simpson and Andre Caldwell at wide receiver in the high rounds. The team’s first round pick is LB Keith Rivers of USC.
Carson Palmer is featured on several of the most popular Cincinnati Bengals posters. One shows Palmer in an orange Bengals jersey about to set in the pocket, while a second one has Palmer cocking the ball while wearing a black jersey.
With Chad Johnson demanding a trade, TJ Houshmandzadeh is a more popular choice if fans want to buy Bengals wide receivers posters. One poster shows Houshmanzadeh running after the catch. Ocho Cinco remains a choice, though, with a mash-up poster with Chad Johnson in several actions poses. Another poster shows Palmer, Ocho Cinco, Houshmandzadeh and Rudi Johnson in a split-photo poster.
For the first time in many years, the Cleveland Browns have an abundance of star players. Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn are famous quarterbacks, while Braylon Edwards and Kellen Winslow Jr. are offensive stars. Willie McGinest is an aging leader on defense, but Kamerion Wembley is the future for the Browns defense.
The first Cleveland Browns poster offered is one of the new Browns Stadium, which was built in the wake of the Browns/Ravens franchise leaving for Baltimore. Interestingly, the top player poster is one of Brady Quinn, who technically remains the backup quarterback after Derek Anderson had such a great year last year.
I love the Braylon Edwards poster where he is carrying the ball in a brown Browns jersey, turning upfield to make a big play. There’s a Kellen Winslow Jr. photo with him catching the ball along the sideline with an over-the-shoulder catch. There’s even a Joe Thomas poster where he’s backing up in pass coverage, about to block a rushing Denver Broncos player.
Always one of the NFL’s premier franchises, right now is the best time for the Dallas Cowboys since their Super Bowl years in the 1990’s. Tony Romo, Terrell Owens, Jason Witten and Marion Barber III are stars on offense. Terrance Newman, Demarcus Ware, Roy Williams, Zach Thomas and Adam "Pacman" Jones are names on defense. The team drafted Felix Jones, Mike Jenkins and Martellus Bennett high in the 2008 NFL Draft.
Tony Romo posters are among the best sellers on All-Posters. The best of these is a Romo poster with Tony cocking the ball while in a wide stance, ready to deliver the ball. Ton Romo is in his #9 white Cowboys jersey, and the words Romo are prominently behind him.
When I first looked at this poster, I thought it was Troy Aikman, because the stance is very similar to an Aikman stance I’ve seen before, and the #9 almost looks like a #8. Another prominent Dallas Cowboys poster on All-Posters is the one at the top of this page, with Terrell Owens celebrating a touchdown by raising his head to the sky.
The Broncos continue to reload, preparing to compete in the brutal AFC. Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall are young stars on offense, while Champ Bailey is the star on defense. Denver bolstered their offensive and defensive lines in the recent draft.
Jay Cutler posters are popular with Broncos fans right now. The main Jay Cutler poster has him throwing the ball in a stance very similar to the John Elway slant throw stance. The poster says "A Cut Above".
There’s a good Champ Bailey poster, with Champ lining up at left corner and pointing to his right, as if he’s signaling to a team mate about an uncovered receiver or missed assignment. There’s a John Lynch poster where he is breaking on the ball. Of course, there are plenty of John Elway posters, including Elway throwing from the pocket on The Drive, as well as Elway spinning in the air after two Green Bay Packers defenders hit him near the goal line during Super Bowl XXXII.
Lions GM Matt Millen is known for drafting wide receivers high most every year, so it’s no surprise that Detroit has a lot of receivers posters. Roy Williams and Calvin Johnson are star wideouts, while Jon Kitna continues to be their quarterback. The Lions drafted Kevin Smith to be the newest running back option, though Tatum Bell is the current veteran starter. The top pick in the draft was Gosder Cherilus.
The top player poster for the Detriot Lions shows Roy Williams running across the middle of the field after making a catch. There are two Barry Sanders posters busting through the center of the defense: one against the Green Bay Packers on the turf and one outside against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Lions logo poster with the lion symbol on a royal blue background is a simple yet beautiful design, while the cartoon lion holding a Lions banner is a good choice for younger Detroit Lions fans.
With the retirement of Brett Favre from the Pack Attack, Green Bay is entering a new era. The team has two younger quarterbacks: Aaron Rogers and Brian Brohm. Ryan Grant, Greg Jennings and Donald Driver are the skill position players, while Charles Woodson, Al Harris, A.J. Hawk, KGB and Aaron Kampman are the standouts on defense.
As one would expect, Brett Favre posters dominate the Green Bay Packers page. My favorite poster has Favre strapping on his helmet, while a larger Brett Favre in the background appears to be rolling to his right and patting the ball in preparation for the throw. This poster has the word "legend" on it.
The Houston Texans have as many young stars as anyone in football. Matt Schaub and Andre Johnson are the hopes on offense. Mario Williams, Amobi Okoye and Demeco Ryans are star defensive players. The Texans just drafted Duane Brown and Steve Slaton to bolster the offense, while they added CB Antwuan Molden to help on defense.
Interestingly, Mario Williams seems to be the most popular Houston Texans posters star. There are two Mario Williams posters with him rushing the passer in a white Texans jersey. There’s also a solid Andre Johnson photo with him running down the field and catching a ball over his right shoulder.
The Colts are one of the best franchises in the NFL in the 21st century. They probably have the most star talent of any NFL team, including Peyton Manning, Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, Anthony Gonzales and Joseph Addai. Bob Sanders, Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis are defensive standouts. The Colts won Super Bowl XLI over the Bears.
The Indianapolis Colts top posters isn’t what you would think. This poster depicts a muscled-looking white colt in a 00 Colts jersey holding a banner with a Colts horseshoe on it. There are many Peyton Manning posters: one with him throwing and the words MVP across the front, several with him throwing the ball from the pockets and several other mash-ups with either Colts teammates or other All-Pro NFL players. Two of my favorites are the dramatic ones, including a picture of Manning standing against a horizen at twilight with dramatic clouds in the background, and another of Peyton celebrating after the Super Bowl victory. My favorite Colts poster, though, is one of Johnny Unitas kneeling for a black-and-white individual photo.
Were it not for the Colts and Patriots, the Jags would probably be considered one of the NFL’s best franchises. The Colts beat the Jaguars for the AFC South division every year, while the Patriots seem to knock the Jags out of the playoffs just about every year. Jacksonville includes stars like David Garrard, Maurice Jones-Drew and Fred Taylor.
Jacksonville Jaguars posters tend to focus on the two running back stars. One Fred Taylor poster shows the formerly Fragile Fred in his white Jags jersey carrying the ball, about to cut right as he appears to be running down the middle of the field. A second poster has Maurice Jones-Drew running away from the competition against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
While most Jags QB posters continue to be Byron Leftwich photos, David Garrard is beginning to get more photos. These show him throwing from the pocket, while I would like to see Garrard running with the ball on one of these posters.
Herm Edwards’ squad went through a rough year last year, trading star defensive lineman Jared Allen in the offseason and placing franchise RB Larry Johnson out for the year in the last two months of the season. The Chiefs are thought to have had the best draft in the 2008 NFL Draft, adding such stars as DT Glenn Dorsey, OT Branden Albert, CB Brandon Flowers and RB Jamaal Charles.
As you might expect, Larry Johnson and Tony Gonzales dominate the selections of Kansas City Chiefs posters. LJ posters tend to focus on him running in open field, while Gonzales photos show him being chased by linebackers. Arrowhead Stadium, considered one of the best places to experience NFL football, is also seen from a variety of perspectives, including a daytime blimp photo.
Tom Brady and Bill Belichik have made history this decade, winning three Super Bowls and making four Super Bowl trips. The Patriots boast Randy Moss and Lawrence Maroney on offense, while their aging defense include Rodney Harrison, Teddy Bruschi, Mike Vrabel, Junion Seau and Adalius Thomas on defense.
The top selling New England Patriots poster at the moment isn’t a Tom Brady poster, but one of Randy Moss catching a deep ball. In the left uphand corner of the poster is Randy Moss, while in the bottom righthand corner is New England Patriots. The background is red. Another prominent poster has Tom Brady throwing the ball in his blue Patriots jersey, as well as a Patriots montage including leading members of one of their recent Super Bowl victories, in Super Bowl XXXVI.
Reggie Bush, Marques Coltson, Deuce McAllister and Drew Brees lead the attack on the New Orleans Saints. The Saints are led by Sean Payton, who came to the franchise to lead them to the NFC Championship Game. The Saints are one of the most vaunted offenses in the National Football League.
Reggie Bush has (by far) the best New Orleans Saints posters, because he bring agility and acrobatics to many of his long runs and scores. The most popular poster has a large face-shot of Reggie, with an image of him running in a black Saints jersey in the foreground. This is a wide-screen poster.
The New York Giants are the defending world champions, beating the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. Like any world title holder, the Football Giants have a host of offensive stars: Eli Manning, Brandon Jacobs, Plaxico Burress, Jeremy Shockey. Michael Strahan, Osi Umenyiora and Justin Tuck lead the pass rush on defense. Players like Kevin Boss, Ahmad Bradshaw and David Tyree made big contributions in the Giants amazing playoff run.
The first poster shown on the NFL main page on All-Posters is a New York Giants poster. This shows a Giants helmet hovering over a field with the Giants logo and a football on the field. Lightning strikes the helmet and Super Bowl Champions XLII is at the top of the page.
There’s a whole selection of Giants Superbowl posters, including Eli Manning avoided the rush, David Tyree making his acrobatic catch over Rodney Harrison, and Eli Manning congratulating Tyree moments after the play.
The New York Jets don’t have nearly as many stars as the Giants, though they are building their team in the Eric Mangini era from the lines out. The team has drafted solid linemen in the past two drafts, such as D’Brickashaw Ferguson and Vernon Gholston on either side of the ball. Chad Pennington and Kellen Clemens will battle it out for the starting quarterback position. Thomas Jones, Jerricho Cotchery and Lavernues Coles remain stars on offense. Darrelle Revis is a young star at cornerback.
I love the Joe Namath poster where he’s in the old Jets green jersey without his helmet. Namath is looking to his side and frankly doesn’t appear very happy, so I’m guessing this is a Namath poster from later in his career. A more classic and popular Namath poster shows him dropping back on a snowy field. A good current Jets poster is a picture of Lavernues Coles stretching out to barely grab a ball that is slightly overthrown. There’s also a Thomas Jones Jets poster where he is making a cut while covering the ball with both arms, as if expecting a hit.
Bill Parcells, Jeff Ireland and Tony Spurano took over the Miami Dolphins in the offseason, signaling a new era. The team has Ronnie Brown at running back and Ted Ginn Jr. at wide receiver, while John Beck and Chad Henne will battle it out for quarterback. Jason Taylor remains the standout star on defense for the Dolphins, though the team added Phillip Merling at DE. OT Jake Long was the #1 overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft.
The top Miami Dolphins poster is a send-up of the old Miami Vice t.v. logo. The poster shows a Dolphins helmet over a "Miami Pride" lettering done in the Miami Vice style, with the dolphin logo beneath them. In the background is the Dolphins stadium from an endzone view. Jason Taylor posters are also popular, with JT rushing the passer in several poses.
There’s another great poster with Jason Taylor and Zach Thomas lining up side-by-side. Finally, Ronnie Brown posters are available for those looking for offensive stars, though my favorite is the Ted Ginn Jr. poster with Ginn in an aquamarine Dolphins jersey, turning upfield with the ball after catching a punt.
Adrian Peterson is the franchise back of the Minnesota Vikings, who many are picking to be contenders this next year. Peterson is helped by Chester Taylor and Sidney Rice on offense, while Tarvaris Jackson is apparently the starting day quarterback. The Vikings vaunted defense is led by Jared Allen, Pat Williams and Kevin Williams along the defensive front.
One really cool Adrian Peterson poster shows AD in a white vikings uniform, running from left to right with the ball in his right arm. The photo has been superimposed over a colorful purple-and-yellow Vikes background, while the photography makes Peterson look like he’s speeding so fast he’s a blur.
The Oakland Raiders continue to add running backs and skill position players, though their offensive line and defense continues to be suspect. The Raiders drafted Jamarcus Russell to be their QB last year, while they draft Darren McFadden in the first round this year. Al Davis also grabbed Javon Walker to be his star receiver. The defense is full of high draft picks.
There are so many great Oakland Raiders poster it’s hard to touch on them all. I like the JaMarcus Russell poster where he is running with the ball and taking on a tackler, because it makes him look more like a tall running back or even tight end. Current or recently-departed veterans like LaMont Jordan and Warren Sapp also have solid action posters.
One of my favorites is Kenny Stabler about to throw the ball in a Raiders white jersey, while another favorite is Jack Tatum standing over a fallen Minnesota Vikings receiver. Marcus Allen has several good Raiders posters, though I wish there were more good Bo Jackson posters. The Raiders logo posters are all great, including a Raiders helmet fathead and the standard Raiders football pirate logo on a dark gray background.
Donovan McNaab and Brian Westbrook remain the primary stars on the Philadelphia Eagles. Veterans Stadium remains the shrine to Eagles football. But the Eagles are entering a transitional phase in their history, when young stars coming aboard. Asante Samuel joins Brian Dawkins in the Eagles defensive backfield, while the team added Desean Jackson to Kevin Curtis, LJ Smith and Reggie Brown as targets for McNaab on offense.
Brain Dawkins posters are among my favorite Philadelphia Eagles posters. One shows him sneaking towards the offensive line, while a second is a mash-up with Donovan McNaab and Brian Westbrook. I love the cartoon Eagles mascot flexing him muscles and holding an Eagles pennant, while gritting its teeth. Another favorite is Brian westbrook running over a St. Louis Rams defensive back, as well as a Westbrook touchdown celebration in the Eagles Super Bowl XXXIX loss to the New England Patriots.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have veteran stars like Ben Roethlisberger, Hines Ward and Fast Willie Parker. The Steelers added Rashard Mendenhall and Limus Sweed in the 2008 NFL Draft, while Santonio Holmes is a rising star for Steeltown. Troy Polemalu is the star safety on defense, with a solid cast around him.
The Pittsburgh Steelers posters focus on current stars like Ben Roethlisberger and Troy Polamalu. One post has Big Ben raring up for a long throw, with the phrase Steel the Deal over his shoulder. Another shows Roethlisberger standing in the pocket in his follow-through just after he’s thrown the ball, while a Willie Parker poster shows him running with the ball and black-and-yellow lines behind him.
Some of my favorite Steelers photos are old seventies steelers selection, like the Jack Lambert head shot where he looks like Count Dracula with his teeth missing, as well as an icon Mean Joe Greene poster.
Ladainian Tomlinson remains the franchise player in San Diego, and might be the best player in the NFL at present. The offense has added stars around LT2, such as Antonio Gates, Chris Chambers and Craig "Buster" Davis. Shawn Merriman, Antonio Cromartie and Shaun Philips are stars on defense. The team added Atnoine Cason to pair with Cromartie at CB.
The San Diego Chargers top selling poster has Ladainian Tomlinson in a white Chargers jersey (with dark helmet and pants) carrying the ball in his right hand and apparently about to make a cut to his left, though it’s hard to see where he’s looking behind his visor. My favorite part of this poster is Tomlinson’s profile in the background, which is highlighted in navy blue.
The San Francisco 49ers are perhaps the best franchise over the last 30 years, but they are going through a disappointing phase. Frank Gore, Alex Smith and Vernon Davis are young offensive stars. Isaac Bruce and Bryant Johnson were brought in to add veteran production at wide receiver. Patrick Willis was the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2007. The team added help in this year’s draft with DT Kentwan Balmer, OG Chilo Rachel and DB Reggie Smith.
The best San Francisco 49ers posters are the vintage Bill Walsh era posters. There’s Joe Montana with his hands over his head celebrating a touchdown, as well as the Dwight Clark "The Catch" photo against the Dallas Cowboys in 1982. One of the most popular posters is a Niners "Victory is Golden" poster, while my favorite might be the red Niners logo on a red background, which is simple and stylish. Frank Gore and Vernon Davis have actions posters, with Vernon Davis running away from the Oakland Raiders.
Mike Holmgren appears to be coming back for one final chance at another Super Bowl title. He fields a veteran team, including Matt Hasselbeck at quarterback and former Super Bowl MVP Deion Branch at WR. Julius Jones replaces the departing Shaun Alexander at running back. The defense has many of the team’s stars, such as Lufa Tatupu and Marcus Trufant. The team is the favorite for another NFC West title.
Shaun Alexander and Matt Hasselbeck are prominent on Seattle Seahawks photos. There’s a great Shaun Alexander poster with Shaun running left with the ball, while running right. A second Alexander image is over the left shoulder of the first Shaun Alexander picture, while the Space Needle is seen in the background.
These posters will disappear eventually, since Alexander was waived by the Seahawks, though he was an MVP just three years ago. Qwest Field Posters are also popular, with a good corner endzone poster where you can see roof and the city beyond. Matt Hasselbeck has several posters of him in the Seahawks pocket, while there’s a great Marcus Trufant posters leaping for an interception.
The St. Louis Rams suffered injuries throughout their offense last year, especially along their offensive line. Despite an awful year, the team has plenty of returning talent, such as Steven Jackson, Torry Holt and Marc Bulger. On defense, the Rams will team last year’s #1 pick, Adam Carriker, with this year’s #1 pick, Chris Long.
One classic St. Louis Rams poster shows Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt lining up together on the left side of the Rams offense. Another great Rams photo has Marc Bulger superimposed on a Rams helmet-horn background, which is one of the neater designs I’ve seen in a while. Of course, there are good Steven Jackson actions posters, including one with him running and looking to his left for a defender, and a second one with Jackson running down the sideline past the Arizona Cardinals defense.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have made it to the playoffs 2 of the last 3 years, despite a team without a whole lot of standout stars. The vetarans on defense, such as Derrick Brooks and Ronde Barber, recieve help with Aqib Talib at cornerback. The offensive stars, such as Jeff Garcia, Cadillac Williams and Joey Galloway, will see WR Dexter Jackson in the huddle.
Some of my favorite Tampa Bay Buccaneers posters are the simple team logo posters. One has the Bucs helmet on a red background, while a second one has the Tampa Bay helmet flag logo on its own, again against a red background. I love the Bucs fathead poster, which is simple the Tampa Bay Buccaneers helmet by itself.
There are also several posters of Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida. There’s a classic Jeff Garcia in a throwing stance poster, while there are several Carnell "Cadillac" Williams posters, including one with Cadillac in the scarlet and peuter uniform on a black-and-red background.
Vince Young had an amazing rookie season in 2006, but the 2007 season was a bit of a disaster. This started in the offseason when Adam "Pacman" Jones was suspended for the year. That’s over now, and the Titans have three young running back talents in Lendale White, Chris Henry and Chris Johnson. Alge Crumpler gives Young a target at tight end. The Titans defense has several standouts, such as Keith Bullock, Chris Hope and Kyle Vanden Bosch.
Vince Young dominates Tennessee Titans posters. One shows him in a throwing stance, while two others show Vince Young rolling out to his right. One of these has the words "Young Gun" on it, while the other has no background. One of my favorite NFL posters on All-Posters has the Titans flaming "T" red-white-and-blue logo on a beautiful red background. This is a simple design, but looks great. Keith Bullock and Lendale White have their own posters, with the Lendale White poster shows him shedding a Houston Texans tackler.
The Washington Redskins added Jim Zorn as head coach in the offseason and he is installing the West Coast Offense. This means that small receivers like Santana Moss and Antwaan Randle El are out, and big receivers like Devin Thomas and Malcolm Kelly are in. Chris Cooley and Clinton Portis remains offensive stars, while QB Jason Campbell is returning from a season-ending injury. On defense, the Skins have Laron Landry, Fred Smoot and Shawn Springs. The team still misses their tragically slain former teammate, Sean Taylor.
There are several Clinton Portis posters, including one where he is leaping over the line at the goal line and he is at the height of his leap. There are two other Clinton Portis posters showing him running in open field. There are two good Chris Cooley posters, with Cooley breaking off the line of scrimmage in one and Cooley about to spike the ball after a touchdown in another.
There’s a Santana Moss poster with him running after a catch, along with Jason Campbell in his throwing motion, about to release the ball downfield. Maybe my favorite Skins poster is a simple Redskins fathead helmet, which is a classic look.