All we’d wanted, all year, was a chance to get to this point again. Just a chance. And once we got it, I think we knew that there was no way we were going to let it slip away again.
I want to tell you about the most difficult thing you will ever experience, more difficult than anything that will ever happen on the football field.
I thank God every day that the Falcons had the faith in me to give me the opportunity to live that dream. The Falcons gave me an opportunity, and in return, I want to help deliver a ring.
I know a thing or two about playoff football. So that’s why I’m gonna take a look at the divisional matchups and let y’all know what I’m thinking as we roll into this weekend’s games.
Listen: If there’s one thing I know after having played for the Patriots for 13 years, it’s that you don’t wanna be late to a Bill Belichick meeting. Like, ever.
Don’t worry about the Cowboys’ history. Go make your own history. This is your moment. Go out there and do what you do, and do it your way. Trust in what has gotten you here. And go get your ring.
No matter what happens next, I know I’ll never experience something as special as being a Tar Heel.
It’s easy to say that there’s nothing like college football … because it’s true. There isn’t. But those words mean different things to different people.
You’ve spent your whole life giving me the support I needed to achieve my dreams. Someday soon, I promise you, I’m going to help you live yours.
We dug ourselves out of that 4-5 hole. We didn’t panic. We embraced the adversity and kept fighting. That's the Steeler Way.
You know, Jackrabbit, we talked about the reasons we came here, and I don’t think either of us even mentioned the biggest reason: We came here to win.
A few months before I was drafted by the Seahawks in 2011, there was an earthquake in Seattle. It came during a playoff game.