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Official balls for the NFL Super Bowl LII football game are seen at the Wilson Sporting Goods Co. in Ada, Ohio, Monday, Jan. 22, 2018. (AP Photo/Rick Osentoski)

Can you beat em'? NFL players break the strangest Guinness World Records


WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) — The NFL has recruited some of the country's most talented athletes. But only a few of them are good enough to become Guinness World Record holders.

A handful of players got together at the Pro Bowl to see which of the all-stars was capable of world-record-breaking achievements.

Here are the results:

Green Bay Packers' defensive end Mike Daniels set the Guinness World Record for the fastest time to lace a shoe.

Despite getting off to a slow start with a brief fumble, Daniels broke the previous record of one minute with a time of 44.81 seconds.

Daniels went up against Buffalo Bill running back LeSean McCoy.

Oakland Raiders' quarterback Derek Carr dramatically broke the record for the fastest time to break open five piñatas, going head to head against Daniels.

The two players had to spin in a circle three times before smashing the piñatas.

Carr took the win by default. Daniels failed to spin three times before busting each piñata and was disqualified.


A (jokingly) frustrated Daniels said the rules were not clearly explained to him and demanded, "Where's my agent?!"

Finally, the Guinness World Record for a single person to throw and catch a football was set by Reshad Jones, safety for the Miami Dolphins.

Jones pitched the ball high in the air and sprinted to catch it again, setting a 30-yard record for a single person to throw and catch a football.

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