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The FOX NFL Sunday guys on Calvin Johnson, Adrian Peterson, JJ Watt and Aldon Smith.
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You know what Johnson could be on his way the first 2000 receiving yards he's ever I mean it's amazing what he's able to do it's an amazing record to going to pretend that he's yet in Detroit and and as you mentioned you probably get to 2000. Next week are a number that was previously considered unreachable what are you business he's a glimpse of the future he he's a guy that's ahead of -- Not guys like at Jim Brown like a John MacKey like Lawrence Taylor he's one of those doubts. It also you know and on the sack record front -- JJ watt play outside he plays inside. Amazing what the play that you make to have nineteen and a half sacks from it inside tackle this and -- and tell everybody. It's extremely. Tough to do all the -- -- ball lofted deep that the leader -- -- -- and this guys stepped up. -- -- He's gonna put this and if he break this record he could do it again I think it potential it's untapped. Unlike any of the players in the league at that position in for me when I broke the sack record it was a miserable -- we removing tea. Celebrated or because what we thought of more out there more for everybody else will bid for myself but these guys are winning -- -- direct result. -- all their sacks and I just wanna say did a good -- the ball it's whoever breaks and if you both break it. He should enjoy it because that. Will dessert and order did you know how I feel about records you know. Just numbers you -- and the only number that really matters is did you wind again. And sometimes trying to get those numbers it's counterproductive to that team winning the game and so that's why I'm not into records but I will say this. I appreciate great play. I appreciate great players to see the passion and the physical play of -- JJ watts or Adrian Peterson. I love that and to see the athletic talent of a Calvin Johnson so I think. Appreciate the great players and a great talent but forget about the numbers the numbers then they don't attend meetings thanked him.