I'm going to go see some of my teammates. Say what's up to the coaches, probably go see some professors.
"Daniel John "Dan" Orlovsky" is an American football quarterback for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the Lions in the fifth round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He played college football at the UConn Huskies football/University of Connecticut.
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Pointing fingers is the last thing I'll do. It's always my fault. And accountability, I think everyone else feeds off that.
Training camp went well for me, and I think I've gotten better in every game, ... It would be unfortunate if something happened to Joey, but this is football and I've played football my whole life. Yes, this is the NFL, but if you are in awe when you go out there, you won't be ready.
We're always like that. We're just messing around with each other. He's my family.
If I was the most talented quarterback in the draft last year, but I don't believe in myself, and I don't know I'm good, then I'm not going to be good. But if I'm an average talent and I work hard and I have confidence in myself, then I'm going to be better than that guy who is extremely talented and doesn't have confidence.
Joey's still our guy, but if it came down to where I needed to go in, I have full confidence that I'm a good enough player to get a win, ... My role right now is to make sure my teammates and my coaches have confidence that if something happens to Joey, I'm good enough.
Farrell makes it certain if you don't go to BC, you're not good enough to go anywhere else, ... Mike Farrell has no idea what he's talking about and he has no credibility.