Anyone who grew up with the original Nintendo Entertainment System likely played Tecmo Bowl at some point. It was a gloriously simple football video game with one massively glaring flaw: Bo Jackson was unstoppable. Seriously. Unstoppable.
An error in the game’s code gave Jackson better stats than any other player in the game and in those days you couldn’t simply patch the game after it came out. Everyone who ever picked the game’s version of the L.A. Raiders would ultimately call upon Bo because, of all the things he knew, unstoppable drives were at the top of the list!