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Eli and Peyton Manning's "Football on Your Phone" video blew up on the Internet this week, amassing nearly 5 million views in two days. Now the younger Manning says his rap career is likely "one-and-done," meaning he might not reach the heights of certain athletes who tried hip-hop. Still, with one big hit and widespread love, he already has passed a few ill-fated would-be rappers. Who's the best? Click the images below to make your picks!

Rank: Athletes Who Tried Hip Hop

1985 Chicago Bears

1985 Chicago Bears

Known for: "Super Bowl Shuffle"

Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant

Known for: "K.O.B.E."

The Golf Boys

The Golf Boys

Known for: "Oh, Oh, Oh" and "2.Oh"

Allen Iverson

Allen Iverson

Known for: "40 Bars" (under the name Jewelz)

Roy Jones Jr.

Roy Jones Jr.

Known for: "Y'all Must've Forgot"

Eli & Peyton Manning

Eli & Peyton Manning

Known for: "Football on Your Phone"

Shaquille O'Neal

Shaquille O'Neal

Known for: "Shaq Diesel" (and four other albums)

Deion Sanders

Deion Sanders

Known for: "Prime Time" and "Must Be the Money"

Chris Webber

Chris Webber

Known for: "Gangsta, Gangsta" (under the name C. Webb)

Metta World Peace

Metta World Peace

Known for: "My World" (as Ron Artest)

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