Originally Posted by lloydwoodson
Yeah when you look at the production he has had since he began starting full-time it is amazing. It is especially amazing considering the impact he has had in his 30s- when most players are on the down side of their careers. It is too bad he never started opposite Joey Porter. That would have been a nightmare for offenses.
3 out of 6 of his seasons as a starter have resulted in 8 FF+Ints. That is unreal for any player let alone a linebacker.
Harrison played sparingly in his early years so he had much less abuse to his body. It's a good thing, because he fell apart the last couple of years.