Keanu Reeves Named 'Best Movie Quarterback'

September 9th, 2010 8:47am EDT

The Replacements Keanu Reeves has topped a new poll to find the best movie quarterback.
The hunk's Shane Falco in "The Replacements" won him 28 percent of the vote in the survey, held to coincide with the start of the new National Football League season on Thursday.
Adam Sandler placed second with his portrayal of Paul Crewe in "The Longest Yard" and Kip Pardue's Ronnie 'Sunshine' Bass from "Remember the Titans" came in third. All three landed over 20 percent of the vote.
Jamie Foxx, as Willie Beaman in "Any Given Sunday," and James Van Der Beek's Jonathan 'Mox' Moxon from "Varsity Blues" rounded out the top five.

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