NFL Network analyst Rich Eisen took part in the annual “Run, Rich, Run” campaign, where he tackles the 40-yard dash in a full suit and sneakers for charity.
In one of the sillier moments of the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, NFL Network analyst Rich Eisen took part in the 40-yard dash and got some interesting critiques and comparisons between NFL pros and the incoming rookie class.
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Every year for the past several years, Eisen would participate in the 40-yard dash in his full suit and a pair of sneakers. Last year the now-45-year-old Eisen had managed to run it below 6.00 seconds, but this year he ran it in 6.10 seconds – his worst time since 2011.
The NFL Network crew decided to have some fun with the footage of Eisen, comparing his run side-by-side with the NFL’s top draft prospects such as Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston, as well as some of the larger 300+ lb. athletes like Leonard Williams and Dante Fowler – and in most cases giving Eisen a 10-15 yard head start.
The results are hilariously funny if you take a look below: