Which player has the biggest ego in the NFL?
This was a tough question for me and Dan to pare down. Do we mean the biggest overall ego? To me, that wouldn't be such a bad thing. Great NFL players have unprecedented belief in themselves and their abilities. Even former players like Deion Sanders and Michael Irvin were less than modest about their play on the field. But at least they could back it up.
Today's athlete never seems to let his own shortcomings get in the way of running his mouth, and that's what really grinds my gears. Players like Chad Ochocin--excuse me, Chad Johnson--who make one play a game and can't wait to jump up and down like they they've never scored a touchdown before in their lives? That's just bothersome. I don't want to sound like a cranky old man, but I think we need to consider ability when talking about big NFL egos.
National Lead Writer Dan Levy and I discuss the NFL's biggest egos in our latest debate. Enjoy the video above and leave your thoughts on the league's biggest ego (and how you came to that conclusion) in the comments. And remember, we're talking players here. Otherwise, Belichick would have won this thing in a walk.
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