Well I’ve been eating crow all week and finally decided to admit it. The New York Giants brought it and were the better team by far. I was amazed how flat the Patriots were and we talked about the Super Power all year long and BOOM!!! — they explode.
I can’t understand how you play so emotionless in a Super Bowl. I’m not a Giants fan by any means for selfish reasons, they cost me a World Championship ring and we ran out of time in Super Bowl XXI, that’s all. )
Ahhhhh, they were the better team that day too and Phil Simms made a career day out of one game. Can you tell I’m still bitter, yep!!
O.K. I’m over it…………..HALL OF FAME.
Randy Gradishar, boy was I excited that this might be the year for a “CLASS ACT” of a man to get in. I admire him. I was a rookie his last year in the league and he was a true leader in the locker room and on the field. It was great to practice against guys like him as they prepared you for what you’d see in the league as a young player. He had an incredible mind for where the ball was going to be and the at the goal line; remember him meeting the running backs in the air, pure poetry in motion.
Big Gary Zimmerman (Zim), needs no introduction. Arguably the best left tackle to play the game. When I was in Tampa, we use to get tape on him when he played for Minnesota so we could watch the techniques he used. He had such great body control and balance it was amazing. It’s kind of hard to explain. He was never out of control, always well balanced in his stance, on the move, great feet (fast) rock solid hands and super quick hands at hand-fighting the defensive player….need I say more? Let’s just go with Superman.