Rahim's focus is on getting better from a year ago ... And there wasn't one play. It was a whole season. He made great, great progress a year ago from his rookie year and we anticipate him to do that again. He's a very talented young man.
This is a new season. We've moved on. The whole league has moved one ... Everybody is 0-0 right now. So, what you did last year doesn't mean anything, good or bad. It's what you do this year.
Some of the intangibles are vision, not giving the ability to tee off on the guy ... One thing I was impressed with Montee is he doesn't give people outrageous shots at him. Time will tell. But even early on, people are going after him because of wear and tear. To me, I look at that as a positive. He's able to do that, still be healthy and still be productive.More quotes »
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