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The Bottle Attacks! with Drew Brees and Ray Lewis
Tired of waiting for Sunday’s game? Super Bowl MVPs Drew Brees and Ray Lewis are here to rescue you. Drink up the bold premiere of The Bottle Attacks!
“I’ve been in football for over 50 years. I’ve never questioned a player’s toughness. I never have. Whether it was in coaching, broadcasting, whatever. There’s no one in the NFL that has a tougher job to do than Jay Cutler. I think playing quarterback in the NFL is the toughest thing you can do. I think throwing a forward pass and having guys rushing you and hitting you when you’re looking downfield and throwing the ball is the toughest act you have to do. Live a day in his shoes. Type I diabetes is not a daytime thing. It’s not a week thing. It’s not a month thing. It’s a life thing. And it’s every day, and it’s every day for 24 hours. And then people are looking at him, they put a camera on him, and they say they don’t like his demeanor. Demeanor hell!”
- John Madden
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"Sunday was a tough day for Bears fans, but even if it didn’t go the way that I wanted, I’m glad to see that one of the greatest rivalries in sports is still there. And we will get you next year. I’m just letting you know. In the spirit of sportsmanship, I wish you ‘good luck’ in the Super Bowl."
- President Barack Obama on the Green Bay Packers win over the Chicago Bears
Source: Sports Illustrated
Just when you thought it was safe & the curse had been lifted. New Orleans Saints QB, and Madden 11 coverboy, Drew Brees reveals he was injured for 6 weeks during this season:
"Yeah, I had an MCL sprain this year and was able to rehab it and play with a brace and it limited my mobility for a period of time. But I was fortunate enough to be able to get through it. ”
Dare we guess which
victim player Madden claims next?!