Given the established fact that the NFL is the most popular sport in the world Dexter Lawrence Jersey, beating every other televised professional sport in weekly and annual ratings, it isn't surprising that the sport would house some of the most despicable figures in the public eye. Not only is it expected at this point, but it helps drive revenue, and it is an integral part of what makes the NFL increasingly popular.The NFL's villains come in the form of not only players, but coaches and league officials as well. All three have an opportunity to effect a viewer's experience and perception on a weekly basis. Some of them have only recently developed into a renowned heel, and others have long been playing such a role in the league. Ultimately, it all helps the NFL wheel of dominance keep spinning, ensuring that many of the games will have an intriguing sub-plot Deandre Baker Jersey, because of the villainous actions. It adds another layer to a typical game, and makes the sport more accessible to someone who may not understand the X's and O's of football.The names on this list range from annoying and ridiculous, to disgusting and reprehensible. Though they are disliked by many, there is no denying that the presence of many of these figures drive revenue, and increase excitement for the product. Without them, the league would be one-sided, and devoid of the conflict that makes each season so compelling. Outside of the couple obvious names that have no business being on an NFL field, most of the others are good for the sport Oshane Ximines Jersey, providing a clear dichotomy to the fan-favorites of the league.Ranked below are the top 15 biggest villains in the NFL today.15. Kirk Cousins Geoff Burke-USA TODAY SportsAlthough he has only recently achieved this kind of status, the growing perception of Cousins as a thief who had a one-off season and will benefit heavily from it, is fully pronounced. No, he hasn't done anything outrageous and terrible, but it's mainly the constant feeling that he's getting away with something. The now infamous «You like that!» comment only adds fuel to this fire, and it just never seems like Cousins is as good a QB as his advocates would have you believe. As of right now, he doesn't reach the level of some of the game's more notable offenders, but he's a villain in the making to watch for next season. New York Mets prospect Peter Alonso and Cleveland’s Francisco Mejia are among the top minor leaguers selected for the 20th annual Futures Game.
The teams announced Friday include 15 former first-round draft picks for the game July 15 at Nationals Park.
The Dominican Republic leads the world roster with nine players. Missing is Toronto’s top prospect Julian Love Jersey, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., who’s out with a strained left knee.
Alonso began the season with Binghamton of the AA Eastern League before a promotion in June to Triple-A Las Vegas. The first baseman has 19 homers and 69 RBIs.
Mejia, a catcher/outfielder from the Dominican Republic, is batting .279 with seven homers and 42 RBIs for Triple-A Columbus. He had a 50-game hitting streak two years ago, the longest since the minors reorganized in 1963.
The U.S. team will be managed by Torii Hunter. David Ortiz will handle the world team.