Rodney Harrison: Pats didn’t fear Peyton Manning
NBC’s Rodney Harrison joined the show to talk about the big storylines around the NFL.
Dan asked Harrison if there was a big-named quarterback that didn’t scare him. He started with Peyton Manning. “We felt like he could make a mistake,” Harrison said. “We had so many players across the board. We didn’t need to blitz. … We didn’t care if he moved the ball up and down the field.” Harrison said they knew they’d make a play at some point.”
Harrison had very interesting comments on Robert Griffin III in Washington. Harrison said that RGIII is saying the wrong things after games. Harrison says he should just talk about the team, like Tom Brady. Harrison said that kind of thing doesn’t happen with the Pats. He said that PR would help them avoid those problems.
Harrison looked ahead to Thursday’s Ravens-Steelers game. He said that he trusts the Ravens more right now.
Dan and Harrison had a fum music conversation as well. Harrison said Junior Seau ran the music in the locker room and he thought Seau’s music got really boring.