Intimidating sports slogans
Eric Dickerson I’ll tell you one thing about me: I’m very private. Mike Ditka The ones who want to achieve and win championships motivate themselves.
Mike Ditka If God had wanted man to play soccer, he wouldn’t have given us arms.
John Elway If you understand what the other team is trying to do to stop you, it makes your job easier. I run to rhythm, and that allows my mind to be free. Brett Favre I know it’s not a one man team win or lose. Brett Favre Every game I’ve ever played, regardless if it was pre-season or Super Bowl, meant the same to me, and I laid it all on the line.
Marshall Faulk Going in is really more of an acknowledgment that kids in poverty, in their situations, can get out of it, and it doesn’t always come from sports. Brett Favre If I can change than anyone can change. Brett Favre I may be a successful football player, but I feel like such a failure.
Eric Dickerson I run upright mostly when I see daylight, so if you watch film you’ll see I don’t get hit in the chest much. Eric Dickerson If you’re not in the parade, you watch the parade. Mike Ditka You never really lose until you quit trying.
Chuck Bednarik And you get into that sort of cannibalistic feeling – all you want to do is go out there and, like I say, kill somebody. Chuck Bednarik You’ve got to play with that killer instinct, man. Then after the game is over, tell him what a nice guy he is. Dick Butkus I want to be recognized as the best-no doubt about it. Dick Butkus If I was smart enough to be a doctor, I’d be a doctor. Dick Butkus Somebody will always break your records. Earl Campbell I played football with my whole body – My hands, my head, my face. Earl Campbell I had two things I could do: I could run over you, and I could put a good stiff arm on you. Earl Campbell My running style was kind of just head-on, because I couldn’t dance.Marshall Faulk There’s no fast track, no easy track, especially from where I came from. Marshall Faulk If you’re going to start something—if it’s worth starting—then it’s worth finishing. Brett Favre Life deals you a lot of lessons, some people learn from it, some people don’t. Some of the other navy men said I was rooting for the war to last forever.You try to take the most of it and learn from it and hope others learn from it. Marshall Faulk I didn’t always walk that straight line. (after Browns gave him a monthly stipend during the war) Otto Graham When Paul Brown talked contract, the championship game was part of it. Otto Graham I could throw a pass to a spot as well as anyone who ever lived – But that’s a God-given talent.When they say all-pro middle linebacker, I want them to mean Butkus! Earl Campbell I learned from different guys I played with, too.Dick Butkus I worked hard at becoming a professional football player, just like society says you should. The key was probably three people: The good Lord, the offensive linemen I played with and great fullbacks that could block very well.