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Rod Woodson Believes There’s Not A Lot of Great QB’s Today And Rules Should’t Dictate Defenders’ Play
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Rod Woodson Believes There’s Not A Lot of Great QB’s Today And Rules Should’t Dictate Defenders’ Play

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Raphael Haynes

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Hall of Fame cornerback and Super Bowl champ Rod Woodson has been known for being one of the most physical cornerback in NFL history. Woodson, who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens and Oakland Raiders made his mark for being gritty and a ball hawk.

While most NFL rules dictate to the offenses, Woodson believes that it shouldn’t affect the way defenders play the game. He also believes that the quarterbacks of today aren’t that great and would love to play in this era.

Woodson is not the only player that believes this and why the masses love offense, defense still was relevant in deciding the Super Bowl.

We got a chance to talk to Woodson about the NFL rules and what it would be like to play in today’s game. The video is up above.

 

 

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