Those stats also don’t include the blow to the head against Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown in a January 2016 playoff game that gifted the Steelers 15 yards toward a game-winning field goal — and got Burfict suspended for the first three games of the 2016 season. A lot of Burfict’s controversial plays have been against Pittsburgh, but there also was his apparent ankle-twist against Newton in 2015, the shot later that season against Ravens tight end Maxx Williams (who was merely running a decoy route) and a low hit against New England’s Martellus Bennett when Bennett was not the intended receiver last season. There are multiple YouTube videos dedicated to Burfict’s art.
The thing I like about your list is that you make an impressive effort to include amazing guitarists from multiple genres. Usually these kind of lists say more about musical tastes of the person who is making the list instead of fairly objective evaluation of skill. I would add Christopher Parkening (classical) and Tommy Tedesco (anything). They said Tommy could play ANYTHING and do it better than anyone. I appreciate your saying the list is not complete. I would suggest removing the numbers and just list the names, as many of your commenters didn’t seem to read your opening qualifiers. LOL.
The Ducks chose Perry with the 28th selection in the 2003 NHL Draft, nine picks after the player who became his longtime center, Ryan Getzlaf. The 2003 draft class is regarded by many as the best of the past quarter-century, and Perry has done his share to bolster that opinion. He helped the Ducks win their only Stanley Cup championship in 2007 and led the NHL with 50 goals in 2010-11, winning not only the Maurice Richard Trophy as the League's top goal-scorer but also the Hart Trophy as MVP. Perry is a two-time First-Team All-Star, and helped Canada to Olympic gold in 2010 and 2014. More