Last night, 10 of the best sluggers in Major League Baseball gathered in Minnesota for the annual Home Run Derby. It was a fun exhibition of power, a showcase for players who can change a game with one swing of the bat.
In the NFL, there are similar impact athletes on each roster, guys who can change the complexion of a contest with one electric play. Sometimes, this is a team’s star player who gets plenty of opportunities each Sunday to make their mark. Other times, it’s a specialist who only has one or two chances per outing to transform the game. But either way, every franchise has a player or two with this capability.
So with that in mind, the editors at cover32 gathered to rate each team’s best home-run hitter. First, they had to select what player from each franchise earned that moniker. Then, they graded them to see who was most likely to change a game with just one swing. To see which player was picked for your team and where they rank, CLICK HERE.
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