That to me is what makes him so good. People misconstrue the fact that even though he's light, he's very strong. He's got those long arms and he's used them to turn a weakness into a strength.
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It's all the way around the table.
He was being accountable for his actions, which is good.
A solid running game is huge. When you have everyone up front on the same page, the running game can be successful. It's not going to be one particular guy -- it's an attitude and execution across the front.
He's a very calm, veteran player and he knows the system well. He's very experienced. He knows where to go with the ball.
[Baker's claim to fame was blocking for tailback Curtis Martin on Martin's way to the 2004 rushing title.] I took a great amount of pride in that, ... were frustrated but we said: 'Let's get something out of this. Let's not just go out there and say we're not getting the ball so we're not going to do this.'
Penalties have cost us big yards. I mean double-digit each week. We can't be doing it. Guys have to be accountable for their actions.
I think I remember Jets coach Al Groh yelling at me for making a good block, but it wasn't good enough.
There's not one guy in this league who can shut him down all by himself. There really isn't. You really have to plan well against him because he's a weapon.