snoopblue

September 15th, 2013 at 8:37 PM ^

I never understood why a guy like Woodson hasn't written a book about how he manages to stick around and play at such a high level for so long, even after injuries. It's a ton of work, discipline, diet and drive - but I'd be extremely interested in the details.

LSAClassOf2000

September 15th, 2013 at 9:15 PM ^

The expression on Maurice Jones-Drew's face as he felt Woodson's hands had to be interesting, to say the least. 

In any case, love the second photo - as someone said, there is quite a bit of history and rather a lot of incredible plays (as well as some excellent memories) standing in that photograph.

1974

September 15th, 2013 at 10:01 PM ^

Me, too. I think it shows how good an athlete he is. The great ones have good three-dimensional / spatial ability. They're not just straight-line guys. Woodson did that pop-up after two full twists.

In a similar way (avoiding a straight comparison here), I liked how Gallon popped up after his twist & dive into the end zone on the one ND touchdown.