Woodson talks about trying to go undefeated in 2011, Suh’s 2-game suspension, Michigan’s season, Urban Liar hire, Tom Brady, and their Tuck Rule moment. Solid listen.
Rich Eisen podcast with Charles Woodson
Great listen. Love how Woodson just says, "I can still play the game at a high level." when asked if he'd hang them up if they win another Superbowl this year. Total baller.
definitely my fav Wolverine of all time.
Begs the question, are Brady and Woodson the best offensive and defensive pro players Michigan has ever produced?
IMO, the answer is yes, absolutely!
Brady is in the conversation (notice I said conversation) for best quarterback in NFL history. His resume speaks for itself:
-6 time Pro Bowler (2 first team, 1 second team)
-3 time Super Bowl Champion (2 time Super Bowl MVP)
-2005 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year
-2 time Sporting News Sportsman of the Year
-2007 AP Male Athlete of the Year
-2 time NFL MVP
-2 time NFL Offensive Player of the Year
-NFL 2000s All-Decade Team
Love Brady as much as the next guy but I wouldn't include the athlete of the year stats in the list as supporting evidence. Those awards are totally subjective based on who has the most hype at the time. There's no way to compare athletes across sports.
Just adding Hutch to the list of likely NFL HOF'ers that are alumni
good call on Hutchinson!
This was a great listen. CWood is always going to be my favore of all time. But he had to have been bsing, he gives Brady way more shit about that tuck rule game than he's letting on.
Can't argue with that resume for recent NFL players from M. 3 of the greatest of all time in Brady, CWood, and Hutch. Does another school compete with that in the last decade or 15 years?