From nearly 70,000 reader votes on more than 50 sports comedies
#5 Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
It was the first of Will Ferrell's three consecutive sports movies (let's just ignore "Kicking & Screaming") and the best. Really, the movie's only flaw is that it portrayed NASCAR drivers as much smarter than they really are.
#4 Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
"Dodgeball" reminded the nation of what was once great about American education: that several times a week we could hit people weaker than us in the face as hard as possible with a rubber kickball.
#3 Happy Gilmore
It's probably Adam Sandler's most quotable movie. "The price is wrong, BITCH." "You eat pieces of shit for breakfast?" And [some weird, mumbling Adam Sandler noise which, granted, is in all of his movies].
#2 Major League
"Major League" vs. "Caddyshack" for funniest sports movie of all-time. It's a debate that's been held at many a sports bar. There's no way to pick a clear winner. If someone asks you which movie you think is better, it might be better to just stall. Say something like: "Let me get back to you, will ya, Charlie? I got a guy on the other line asking about some white walls."
Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, Ted Knight. You can't beat the cast. And the writing was outstanding. Best of all, the sequel was so god-awful that it made everyone cherish the first movie even more.