#ProCanes Wallpaper of the Day: Andre Johnson [@johnson80]
Congratulations to Baltimore’s Ed Reed on his 60th career INT! #GOAT
Listen to Ed Reed talk about his historic “pick-six” and his team’s dominating win.
60 Great #ACCMoments presented by the ACC Digital Network:
- Devin Hester ridiculous punt return for TD against Duke in 2005
“While it doesn’t seem quite so long ago, Texans All-Pro receiver Andre Johnson often thinks back to his rookie season when there weren’t any veteran wideouts on the new franchise’s roster to show him the ropes.” by: Terrance Harris, SportsRadio 610
Like Dick Butkus, Mike Singletary and other great interior linebackers, Lewis has the style and intensity that works in any era. He has an old-school appreciation for the game and its physical nature. He reminds me of a cross between Butkus and Singletary. He understands football is a game of collisions and contact.
From his early days as a wrestler, Lewis learned how accelerate his body and make violent tackles that not only stop offensive players but also intimidate them. On top of all his physical skills is his leadership. He’s held the Ravens’ locker room together and has given his franchise a physical persona since his arrival.
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