nah see i know everything and im always right...hence the conflict lol
i never said the 100m is the 40 yard dash, im showing how quick johnson is in short sprints... revis wouldnt catch him.
he also raped us the year before on a 4th and long if you dont remember.
stats isnt everything but bailey owns revis when he was a coverage player without stats.
bailey has the speed, the leap, the hands, the sexyness, the everything... and he aint greedy.
if i was david harris i would walk into the locker room and throw revis a beating if he wants to be a greedy faggot for 100m.
but it doesnt help that fat ass rex ryan who will never be like dick lebeau blurts out how good he is and the best defensive football player in the league.
revis isnt a team player.
if you think chris johnson is awesome just because of his dreads....
im sorry but best dreads are owned by al harris
Last edited by scudmissile29; 06-21-2010 at 08:05 PM.
I think many confuse track speed w/ the speed needed to play football. Yes, speed helps when you're a RB or WR (duh), and true you can't teach it, but just because you can fly down the track doesn't mean you can play football.
On the track, no one is hitting you, you're running straight up, you're are wearing practically what you were born w/, and you have nothing to think about but that finish line.
So, speed is definitely valued for the NFL player, but football speed and track speed are two entirely different skill sets. The NFL is looking for football players that are fast and quick in a number of ways, not fast people to put on the football field.
Revis has enough speed, truth be told, most NFL players do but what makes him good is his exceptional position play. In other words, he knows how to play the game.
Last edited by Dobre Shunka; 06-22-2010 at 01:47 PM.
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