Le'Veon Bell is delusional if he thinks he's Steph Curry | THE HERD

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Anish Sabnis:
i guess night train lane kinda changed the rules cuz he kept closelining people and stuff.
Colin Cowherd:
Are athletes jealous of NBA players?
Dakari Smith:
Everyone is jealous of baseball players
Daniel Williams:
And those corners like old man Willie who made so you can't bump receivers as much
Energy Markoh:
tom brady legit changed the game when used deflated the balls
Gerard Aiken:
You forvot Night Train Lane head tackles that is why they have face mask czlls
"Michael Vick was not even a great player" is what bothered me about that statement he made. Vick was a phenomenal player who, and was of course this was his own fault, if he didn't go to jail in his prime, would have won multiple super bowls. He was the best and in my opinion, only viable quarterback who could scramble and had that kind of speed while still having NFL level QB throwing skills. Tyrod isn't near Vick and Cam is ok
Luke Hartman:
Bell said it because you have to know your the best in order to be the best. Bell is confident in his own. Call him delusional, but he has to believe in himself when others don't.
Matthew Rider:
LeVeon Bell's BACKUP averaged over 100 yards in the few games he started.

So no... Bell isn't anything special, and in fact, on a team without a power run game, Bell would be average.
Terry Wallace:
what about deacon Jones and the sack??
Randy Moss changing entire defensive schemes
Warren moon giving black QBs a shot
There are a lot of NFL players throughout NFL's history that have had the big impact of NBA players. Night Train Lane for example led to the modern tackle rules being implemented. Basketball is a sport where you have a few guys on the court for the entire game, football you've got twice as many people on the field for half the game. and only a few of them touch the ball. It's different, comparisons for that reason aren't a great idea. But, there are people in the NFL who've caused rule changes and really changed the game.
William Joyce:
NFL just moved the FG back, not quite the 3-line but still
Zach Thompson:
when i think of NFL players who changed football, i think Deacon Jones
Peyton Manning also changed the game.. maybe not changed the rules, but changed the way QBs and offenses play
michael roya:
Yeah, but sports analyst like you are jealous of any athletes like Bell and Curry. Because you have no athletic skill, it's not in your jeans, you wish you could. Sorry....

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