NFL sons who HORRIBLY FAILED to match their dad’s legacy.
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There are several second or third-generation NFL players who turned out to be just as good or even better than their dads. This includes Peyton and Eli Manning, Clay Matthews III, Matt Hasselbeck and Christian McCaffrey.
But for many second and third-generation NFL stars, it was simply way too hard to successfully match the level of production that their dads enjoyed. Just because your old man was a dominant, game-changing force, it doesn’t guarantee you’ll have the same success as a pro.
Here are 10 former NFL players who failed to follow in their dad’s footsteps.
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