The Biggest Ego on All 32 NFL Teams

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The Biggest Ego on All 32 NFL Teams

All great historians of football will tell you that it is a team sport, that one player will not lead a team on his back to the promised land. After all, there are three separate units that need to play together in order to succeed.

There will come a time when a quarterback throws the ball less because the game dictates it. There will also come a time when an All-Pro running back sees less touches because the game dictates it. 

What separates the selfless player from those being egocentric is how they deal with it. Whining on the sidelines (talking to you, Brandon Jacobs) really isn't going to help the team. 

That said, quarterbacks need to maintain confidence in order to succeed in the NFL. This is one of my prerequisites for determining whether someone has the gull to play that position in the NFL. In this, quarterbacks must have an ego and pass that on to other players on the team. 

Today, I am going to take a look at the biggest ego from each NFL team. 

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