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There's the top ten
And LT proclaiming that he'd rather be a Hall of Famer than a champion really has me questioning players motives. I know he's not the only one that feels that way.
Pers only care about stats in how much $$$$ they get for certain stats. Other than that, its about winning. Certain players (Hainseworth, Moss, Pacman Jones, etc) care more about money and themselves- they don't last long.
LT saying that he would rather be in HoF is a makeup for never getting a Ring...more BS
These 'stat' websites get on my nerves. Anytime you judge a play involving a CB the caliber of Darelle Revis the same as a play involving a CB the caliber of Frank Walker...........then, try to accumulate them to declare success, failure or success rate..............
Joe, in general, had success throwing against the blitz. He had success recognizing it and getting the ball out. However, one particular blitz that Joe struggled with was the safety blitz, off the edge, mainly from his blindside. He has since improved, but can further improve in that area, along with holding onto the football in the pocket.
I'm pretty sure almost every starting Raven would rather win a SB than have a statistically awesome season, even AnQuan Boldin. I agree that a large portion of the league would rather the latter, but you just get the feeling that our guys put winning first.
Terrell Suggs was pissed when Cundiff missed that FG, you could see it in his face, then when he was presented with the DPOY he seemed like he couldn't care less.
I think Bryant McKinnie would definitely rather have a pro bowl season at LT than win a SB with us, so he could pick up a big pay check to sign with whatever team it may be in 2013. Ed Reed I'm not so sure about, and maybe Kruger would rather have a 10 + sack season with him being in the last year of his contract.
Jaws was on today talking about how he came up with his list, and they asked him which QB really surprised him when he broke down the film. His answer - Joe Flacco :)
He then went on to really gush over Flacco and how he throws outside of the numbers better than any other QB. Later a tweet was read to him saying that he should have had Romo and Flacco reversed, and Jaws went on to say you have to be kidding, look at the playoff wins and win percentages, it's not even close.
Tony Romo has done more to blow his teams chances at the playoffs and in the playoffs. You can't really say that Joe has done much to 'blow' his teams chances.
Does anyone have any audio available from anybody about this (Jaworski, Billick, etc.)?