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James Cromwell as Tom Coughlin:

 

Cromwell would have to use the method-acting approach. He will abstain from eating, sex and sleep for two weeks before the shoot so he can be as irritable as Coughlin.

 

Haley Joel Osment as Eli Manning:

 

Eli has shut up his critics by leading the Giants through the playoffs, but he still looks 11 years old.

 

 

Fab from Milli Vanilli as Laurence Maroney:

Fab certainly has plenty of "acting" experience.

 

 

Tom Brady as Tom Brady:

Who's good looking enough to play Brady? Any female would love to look at a giant Tom Brady on the big screen for two hours.

 

Laurence Fishburne as Michael Strahan:

 

He'll have to bulk up for the role, but he can pull if off. (Lubeck note: He has the gap)

 

Ned Beatty as Robert Kraft:

 

After squealing like a pig in his tighty-whities for a toothless hillbilly in Deliverance, the part of the Patriot's owner should be no problem for this veteran actor.

 

Tiffani Thiessen as Bridget Moynahan:

 

If she's not available Tiffani-Amber Thiessen could work too.

 

Eva Mendes as Gisele Bundchen:

 

The dialogue between Gisele and Brady would be hilarious. Besides both of them understanding what it's like to be genetically blessed, what could these two possibly have to talk about?

 

Bill Lumbergh as Bill Belichick: :LMAO:

 

The monotone voice, the humorless personality, the lack of interest in anything non-work related. Bill would make a perfect "Bill".

 

Esai Morales as Junior Seau:

 

If there was ever a role Esai Morales was born to play... and that's a big "if," then this is it.

Charles S. Dutton as RW McQuarters:

 

When Dutton's agent mentioned it was a small part Dutton replied "There are no small parts, just small actors."

Daniel Day Lewis as Randy Moss:

 

Let's see just how brilliant an actor he really is. :LMAO:

 

 

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James Cromwell as Tom Coughlin:

 

Cromwell would have to use the method-acting approach. He will abstain from eating, sex and sleep for two weeks before the shoot so he can be as irritable as Coughlin.

 

Haley Joel Osment as Eli Manning:

 

Eli has shut up his critics by leading the Giants through the playoffs, but he still looks 11 years old.

Fab from Milli Vanilli as Laurence Maroney:

Fab certainly has plenty of "acting" experience.

Tom Brady as Tom Brady:

Who's good looking enough to play Brady? Any female would love to look at a giant Tom Brady on the big screen for two hours.

 

Laurence Fishburne as Michael Strahan:

 

He'll have to bulk up for the role, but he can pull if off. (Lubeck note: He has the gap)

 

Ned Beatty as Robert Kraft:

 

After squealing like a pig in his tighty-whities for a toothless hillbilly in Deliverance, the part of the Patriot's owner should be no problem for this veteran actor.

 

Tiffani Thiessen as Bridget Moynahan:

 

If she's not available Tiffani-Amber Thiessen could work too.

 

Eva Mendes as Gisele Bundchen:

 

The dialogue between Gisele and Brady would be hilarious. Besides both of them understanding what it's like to be genetically blessed, what could these two possibly have to talk about?

 

Bill Lumbergh as Bill Belichick: :LMAO:

 

The monotone voice, the humorless personality, the lack of interest in anything non-work related. Bill would make a perfect "Bill".

 

Esai Morales as Junior Seau:

 

If there was ever a role Esai Morales was born to play... and that's a big "if," then this is it.

Charles S. Dutton as RW McQuarters:

 

When Dutton's agent mentioned it was a small part Dutton replied "There are no small parts, just small actors."

Daniel Day Lewis as Randy Moss:

 

Let's see just how brilliant an actor he really is. :LMAO:

 

 

 

 

Charles S Dutton.....ya kill me Lubeck. :LMAO:

 

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