We've already taken a look at the Premier League's fastest players, but how about the guys that aren't blessed with speed to burn? Goalkeepers are exempt, as are those players who have featured fewer than three times for their side. So, whose top speed is akin to running in quicksand? Take a look.
Harsh to be included on the list considering he's coming off of a knee injury ... but rules are rules. The Man City midfielder has topped out at 18.734 mph.
Leon Britton, Swansea
Longtime Swansea veteran Britton has reached 18.722 mph this season.
Memphis Depay, Manchester United
Depay has been a disappointment since arriving from PSV, but only hitting 22-year-old only hitting 18.716 mph is perhaps the biggest letdown.
Max Gradel, Bournemouth
Gradel doesn't get much playing time with the Cherries, and his 18.678 mph speed might be a reason why.
James Ward-Prowse, Southampton
The Saints rotate Prowse in primarily during their matches in Europe. He tops out at 18.635 mph.
Luis Hernandez, Leicester City
Hernandez arrived at Leicester over the summer but seems to need a bit more time to find his legs in the Premier League. The Spaniard has been clocked at 18.591 mph.
Harry Maguire, Hull
Hull started brightly but have had a rough run of matches as of late. Maguire and his 18.585 mph wheels have born the brunt of a lot of goals allowed.
Santi Cazorla, Arsenal
Cazorla lets the likes of Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez do the running for the Gunners. He's content to find them and chill with his 18.579 mph speed.
Tom Huddlestone, Hull
The hulking defender for Hull was never one to win a foot race. To be quite honest, that he can reach 18.560 mph is kind of impressive.
Mohamed Elneny, Arsenal
Elneny hasn't featured in too many matches for Arsenal, but he's starting to get a look in with Arsene Wenger's side. So far he's topped out at 18.554 mph.
Andy King, Leicester City
King's lack of speed at 18.455 mph seems him crack to top 10 of this list. Too bad it's not a good list to be on.
Craig Gardner, West Bromwich Albion
Gardner isn't exactly fleet-of-foot, coming in at 18.405 mph.
Hal Robson-Kanu, West Bromwich Albion
Robson-Kanu had a great summer with Wales and made the jump from Reading to West Brom, but the attacker lacks breakneck speed at 18.324 mph.
Gareth Barry, Everton
With all due respect to the former Man City man, it's not exactly jaw-dropping to see him among the slowest in the Premier League. His fastest speed is 18.268 mph.
Jurgen Klopp demands a lot out of his players, expecting them to be relentless with and without the ball. Lucas has fallen down the pecking order, and perhaps his 18.250 mph speed is a reason why.
Olivier Giroud, Arsenal
Arsenal fans never really took to Giroud, despite him not being particularly awful. Alexis Sanchez has slotted into the No. 9 role for Arsenal these days, relegating Giroud and his 18.138 mph to cameos and rare starts.
Shaun Maloney, Hull City
As mentioned, Hull's woes are well-documented. Defenders might be excused for not having blistering pace, but a winger like Maloney had better find a way to boost his 17.939 mph top speed.
Cesc Fabregas, Chelsea
Chelsea's formation change and Fabregas' injury bug have resulted in a down year for the Spaniard. More one to pick a pass, speed has never been a huge part of his game. He's topped out at 17.852 mph.
Peter Crouch, Stoke City
Long legs do not equate to long quick strides. Who would have thought? Crouch has hit 17.759 mph in his appearances with Stoke this year.
Charlie Adam, Stoke City
Unlike the fastest player in the EPL, Adam and his cement shoes make sense atop this list. His 16.603 mph is over a full mile per hour slower than his lanky teammate at No. 2.