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Terry Bradshaw Reveals His Wish About Today’s NFL

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - JANUARY 20: Commenter Terry Bradshaw looks on prior to the NFC Championship game between the Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 20, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Terry Bradshaw is one of the most decorated NFL quarterbacks of all time.

While he isn’t typically mentioned in the same conversations as Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, and Peyton Manning, Bradshaw’s four Super Bowl rings speak for themselves.

Bradshaw was also a league MVP and won the Super Bowl MVP on two different occasions.

He knows what it is like to win at the highest level, and he also has an understanding of what it is like to have a long career in the sport.

Despite all of the successes he had during his prime, Bradshaw had a confession on a recent appearance on the Rich Eisen Show.

Bradshaw admitted, “I wish I could’ve played in this era.”

Bradshaw indicated that his completion percentage would be much higher in today’s NFL and that he would have thrown significantly more touchdown passes.

The NFL has certainly evolved over the years, something Bradshaw is all too familiar with now that he is a member of the media.

In Bradshaw’s era, the running game was often viewed as the most important, as teams used the pass to supplement their running backs.

Now, the opposite is true.

Teams are fighting to get the best possible quarterback on their team, hoping to find any production possible from their running backs when called upon.

In today’s game, running backs serve a key purpose: to take any possible pressure off the quarterback.

While it helps to have a marquee rusher in a backfield, teams have made it less of a priority than in Bradshaw’s time.

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