Comments: 875 • Responses: 52 • Date: 2012-11-15 16:04:02 UTC
TomMatte41397 karma2012-11-15 16:20:05 UTC
Mhmm Yes. No other comment.
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TomMatte41303 karma2012-11-15 17:52:08 UTC
Adrian Peterson, the way he came back from knee surgery is impressive.
TomMatte41272 karma2012-11-15 16:37:33 UTC
Probably Ray Rice. I think he is the most versatile running back in the league, but there are a lot of RB's that are similar. I really like the kid.
TomMatte41257 karma2012-11-15 16:34:49 UTC
That upsets me. When I go to the hall of fame, and see my wrist band and I am called an Indianapolis colt...That is not right. That part belongs to Baltimore.
TomMatte41247 karma2012-11-15 16:15:26 UTC
HAHAHAHA. We were happy to get rid of Bob Irsay. It took us a while to convince Art Modell to move the Browns to Baltimore. And I was particularly happy because I got to the commentary for the Ravens.
edit: I'm sorry for all the enemies I have made in Cleveland now, but Art was my friend, and I stand by him.
TomMatte41170 karma2012-11-15 16:45:18 UTC
We are told to keep our act clean, but there was many time I wanted to say, "he knocked the shit out of him!"
TomMatte41163 karma2012-11-15 16:36:53 UTC
Yes, today's running backs are bigger, stronger, and faster....but the guys from back in the day would still be competitive.
1 horse sized duck.
TomMatte41160 karma2012-11-15 16:28:56 UTC
Even after all of this, I wouldn't trade the experience of playing in the National Football League.
TomMatte41150 karma2012-11-15 16:18:05 UTC
It was a challenge, being a running back and last man standing as a player that had any experience at QB in college. I was sort of forced into and didn't have a any choice. it was the biggest challenge for me in my football career.
TomMatte41146 karma2012-11-15 16:33:29 UTC
When the NFL Films came out with 10 most versatile players that have ever played in the NFL, and I ended up at number 10.
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