Found February 17, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Winning a Super Bowl without leaders is nearly impossible. Every successful NFL team has players who aren’t afraid to let their voice be heard in the locker room and on the field. Maybe that explains why the Cowboys haven’t won a Super Bowl since the 1990s. On Friday, Dallas defensive end Jason Hatcher was asked who the Cowboys’ leaders are. He couldn’t provide an answer.
“Uh, dude, I got to be honest with you — that’s a good question,” Hatcher said during an interview with KESN-FM 103.3 according to the Dallas Morning News. “That’s a good question. I really don’t know, man.
“That’s another thing we really need. We need like a Ray Lewis. We don’t have that. We have talent and everything we need, but if we get like a Ray Lewis, everybody buys into him. When Ray Lewis speaks everybody listens to him, a guy like that. You really don’t got that. I think we definitely need somebody like that.”
Tony Romo should take that personally. The Cowboys quarterback talks like a leader some
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