Rank 'Em: Biggest sideline altercations
Football is a high-pressure game played by emotional people, so it's no surprise when some of those emotions get out of hand. We've all seen it: a frustrated team, a failed drive, two stars screaming at one another on the sidelines. Usually, it's a very temporary altercation, but sometimes sideline fights can have long-term consequences. We've collected 10 of the most heated ones here. Which one was the most memorable?
Biggest sideline altercations
Bryant vs. Romo/Witten
Oct. 27, 2013. Dez Bryant said his passion took over during a loss to the Lions, leading to confrontations with Tony Romo and Jason Witten.
Rodgers vs. McCarthy
Sept. 20, 2013. Aaron Rodgers didn't like coach Mike McCarthy's play calling during a loss to the Bengals.
Cutler vs. Webb
Sept. 13, 2012. Jay Cutler yelled at J'Marcus Webb and shoved him during a nationally televised game in Green Bay. Webb is no longer in Chicago.
Rodgers vs. Jones
Sept. 13, 2012. Aaron Rodgers yelled at James Jones for running the wrong route. He later apologized.
Brady vs. O'Brien
Dec. 11, 2012. Tom Brady and offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien yelled on the sidelines, but afterward Brady admitted he deserved to be yelled at.
Singletary vs. Davis
Oct. 26, 2008. Coach Mike Singletary sent Vernon Davis to the shower during a loss to Seattle. Davis later said he was thankful.
Manning vs. Saturday
Oct. 17, 2005. Peyton Manning, who was miked up for TV, yelled at center Jeff Saturday for questioning why the Colts weren't running.
George vs. Jones
Sept. 22, 1996. QB Jeff George argued with coach June Jones. George was later suspended and traded.
Ryan vs. Gilbride
Jan. 2, 1994. Buddy Ryan, then the Oilers' defensive coordinator, swung at offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride on the sidelines.
Ditka vs. Harbaugh
Oct. 4, 1992. After QB Jim Harbaugh called an audible that resulted in an interception, coach Mike Ditka let him hear about it on the sidelines. The two later became friends.