by Larry LeoOctober 26, 2020
Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports
Former NFL and MLB star, Bo Jackson, appeared on Monday's 21st and Prime, giving his thoughts on both leagues. During that discussion he said he thinks he could rush for 350-400 yards a game if he played in today's NFL. Bo knows...
quote:Do you agree?
“When was the last time you watched a baseball game and saw a baseball game to where everybody is doing the basics? When was the last time you saw a hit-and-run? Everybody is swinging for the fence now. You either hit it out the park or strike out. Nobody practices base stealing, nobody practices hit-and-runs, hitting the cutoff man and so forth and so on and in football I’ll say the same thing. Nobody wraps up and tackles no more…If I played during this era I’d probably be averaging 350-400 yards a game.”
Filed Under: NFL
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com
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