Sterling Sharpe: End 2 End is a licensed football game from Jaleco and contract developers Tose. Like most football games of the era, it uses a vertical perspective of the pitch at a slight angle to simulate depth.
It features the likeness and name of Sterling Sharpe, the NFL wide-receiver whose career with the Green Bay Packers was cut short with a neck injury shortly before the game's release. The game hints at his future career as an NFL analyst in how he'll candidly discuss the strengths of each side in the NFL while the player chooses teams, suggesting possible strategies for playing as them or against them.
The game does not have the license of the NFL or NFLPA, so the team names are simply the names of the cities and no real player names are used besides Sterling Sharpe. Despite having a Japanese developer and publisher, the game was exclusive to North America; a Japanese version was planned but failed to transpire.