Now that the Super Bowl is over, we non–sports fanatics can stop pretending we know what they're talking about when they say words like "delay of game" and "tackle" a.k.a. the words we only know because we heard in them in incredible sports movies throughout the years. 

Late Late Show host James Corden picked up on this and kicked off his latest viral sketch (he's also the dude who you know for Carpool Karaoke) featuring Anna Kendrick, Zac Efron and Adam DeVine, with this intro:

"Tonight we made history with Super Bowl 50 which allowed me to look back fondly of some of my own sporting memories. Which allowed me to realize I have no sporting memories. Like many of you, all of my favorite sporting memories come from film, which is why tonight we're going to celebrate some of the greatest sports movies of all time as fast as we can."

What proceeded was the four comedians delivering iconic scenes from flicks like Varsity Blues, RudySandlot, Bring It On, The Blind Side, Rocky and everything and anything (at one point Efron plays the coach from High School Musical) in between.

It's basically like The Tonight Show's History of Rap, but with more people, green screens and props. Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake, you've been officially warned.