The Worst NFL Films of the Summer: Summer of 2016

With the NFL Draft just a few days away, it’s been a busy time for many of us as fans.

And that’s not even taking into account the myriad of other things that happen at the draft, such as the draft’s return to Cleveland, the return of the playoffs and a plethora of other NFL draft-related events.

As we continue to dig into the history of the NFL draft and what’s happened since the last time the event was held, we thought we’d take a look back at some of the worst films to come out of the event.

For this, we’ve made use of the site BleacherReport.com’s “NFL Draft: Film Previews,” a list of a host of films that highlight the first-round draft, and of course, a list with a lot of those films.

We’re still looking for a few more films, so be sure to check back and give us your feedback.

So without further ado, let’s get started on the list of the best film-related picks to take advantage of this draft season. 

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“The World’s Greatest Sports Documentary” is another great film to watch with the draft season approaching, as the film chronicles how the NBA and NFL have both been heavily invested in the draft.

But while this is a great documentary, it does fall a little short of what’s expected for the league, as it’s not overly focused on the draft as a whole.

The film also doesn’t make the best use of its limited resources, like using a lot more camera angles than other documentaries, which is always a good thing.

“Dope” (2013) is another film that should be on the best films list, because it uses a lot (or all) of the film crew members, and gives them some much-needed screen time.

But it’s also one of the most frustrating movies to watch, as you’re left wondering why the film isn’t better.

And with that being said, it could have been a great movie if they had done a better job with it, as a lot went into the making of this one.

“Empire State of Mind” (2015) is a documentary that focuses on the NFL’s relationship with the NBA.

This documentary focuses on an NFL owner and his dealings with the league in the 1990s.

The story also goes into how the NFL, like most professional sports leagues, started looking at the NBA as a potential competitor and competitor-in-residence.

“Narcos: Mexico” (2016) is the third-highest-rated film on this list.

It’s about a young Mexican-American athlete and his struggle to find his place in the sport.

The documentary focuses mainly on his rise up the ranks, as he also plays for one of Mexico’s top teams in the country’s Liga MX.

However, the film doesn’t have a lot to say about the NFL as a league, instead focusing on how the league is currently handling things with the players and the players themselves.

“Taken” (2014) is also a great film that focuses mostly on the early years of the NBA, from its infancy to the draft itself.

The movie focuses mainly in on the rise of the Golden State Warriors, and the rise and fall of their owner, Jerry Buss.

The narrative also deals with how the franchise was once an outsider, but now it’s become a “superteam.”

However, it fails to fully capture the NBA’s relationship to the NBA itself.

“We’re The Chosen Ones” (2006) is an underrated film that showcases the rise to the pinnacle of the basketball world.

This is one of those documentaries that focuses more on the development of the sport, instead of focusing on the NBA players themselves or their accomplishments. 

“The Greatest” (2012) is probably the most well-known of the three, and it focuses on Michael Jordan and his career, as well as the team that he helped create.

It also follows Jordan as he’s trying to get back to the top, but it also highlights how the sport has changed over the years.

“In the Line of Fire” (2003) is actually a very different documentary than “The Greatest.”

Instead of Jordan and the team he helped build, the documentary focuses more and more on his life as a person and a player.

But, in the end, it focuses a lot less on Jordan as a player and more and a lot on the team.

“American Sniper” (2011) is one the best documentaries that’s ever been made about the Vietnam War, and also focuses on how American Sniper changed the way the war was fought.

This film is an incredibly personal