110 mph is physically impossible physicists have proven that a human cannot even throw a Baseball that fast. When you saw the show on TV they were probably using feet per second not miles per hour. 114 feet per second roughly equates to 77 miles per hour.
You can't be serious. The fastest baseball ever thrown is like 103-105. (somewhere in that range). To think that any man could throw a football which is less aerodynamic, larger, and heavier 110 miles an hour is just insane. I've heard that favre has thrown a football around 70-75 mph though.
If my memory serves me correctly, the "pass speed" indicator in the Monday Night Football game against Carolina on 9/13/04 showed him throw a football at 72 mph. I also remember a reading of 66 mph on the Packers second Monday Night game of the year against Tennessee. I have also seen 74 mph quoted.
No. Brett Favre can throw 110 miles per hour, i watched a show and they had him as a guest and he through it 114 mph. But then again he didn't have pads on.
Ok, no human being can throw a football 110 mph. Brett throws the football around 70 mph which is absolutely incredible. This equivalates to throwing a baseball around 105 - 110 mph. If someone threw a football at over 100 mph it would be breaking peoples hands.
---- Brett Favre has broken the fingers of the whole packers team... 'nuff said. he has thrown it at least 100 mph before, during games he averages around 70 mph...
!!! Brett favre is undoubtablly capable of throwing a football faster than any other player in history. This link will take you to a video of an in game throw of his. I believe that this was clocked at 93mph or so i have been told. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaW5ia-3ofo
If someone is running with it, the football goes as fast as the ball carrier goes. If the ball carrier is running 10 mph, the ball is also moving at that speed relative to the ground. I don't know how fast place kicks and punts go.The strongest quarter-backs in the league (Ben Roethlisberger, Brett Favre, Tom Brady, etc.) usually throw the ball at 80+ MPH.
The fastest speed is 763.035mph
Maximum bowling speed of Brett Lee is around 160 kmph.
The fastest football players have historically been wide receiver (Bob Hayes), running back (Bo Jackson), and cornerback ( Darrell Green). That is where most of your speed is needed on the field to make big plays.
Shoiab Akhter recorded speed 100.7 Miles/Hr in SA Jeff Thompson recorded speed 100.4 Miles/Hr in Aus Brett Lee recorded speed 99.5 Miles/Hr in Aus
FASTEST when dealing with speed
The fastest holdens speed limit is 455!!!
the fastest recorded speed was about 40 mph.
the fastest speed ever is 12874.97 mph
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Fastest and average are mutually incompatible. You cannot have the fastest average speed