Ray Lewis says Ratliff was asking for leadership tips

Ray Lewis spoke to Laura Okim at the Pro Bowl about talking with Jay Ratliff and DeMarcus Ware (shout to @stevecuce on Twitter for sending me this link)…

Ratliff looking for leadership tips from Ray Lewis

Ratliff cares is the real story here. He’s not just a guy earning a big check and not worrying about team success. 

But in over analyzing it I think Ratliff has been in the game since 2005 so he should already have all the leadership stuff down pat by now.

Another thing it tells me is that he is looking for tips because he knows this team needs more leadership if they want to get to another level on the field. Some of these veterans such as Ratliff, Romo, Witten and Ware have got to be asking themselves why they can’t accomplish anything when they have had some pretty good players on the team for years now.

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One Response to Ray Lewis says Ratliff was asking for leadership tips

  1. Glenn says:

    I don’t see it quite the same way. Only the 2007 team did I think had potential, but they were weak at WR, particularly once TO got hurt. His return in the playoff game didn’t help, he couldn’t run. Leaving us with Crayton & Terry Glenn (coming off micro surgery), which didn’t scare the Giants. Defensively, we weren’t strong up the middle (ILB & safeties) and that hurt. Running game was ok but not strong enough to force 8 in the box and open some passing routes. All our division rivals look to beat us defensively with their front 7 and rarely have move a safety up. Yet it’s hard to fill out a roster in the FA era. We were stronger by far back then and had decent depth. Now we are weak at several starting positions and depth isn’t very good at all. Poor to weak drafts and yes those awful trades for WR’s still haunt this 53 man squad.

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