Now add the fact that he kicks on the worst surface in the NFL in a stadium where there has never been a FG over 50 yards (just heard that one on Monday Night) and his numbers are even more remarkable.Originally Posted by NKySteeler
IMO not enough credit is given to players who play in harsher conditions. Take a Peyton Manning for example. Of course he is a great QB, one of the greatest in history! However, what happens if you take him out of his climate controlled carpeted stadium and drop him in Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Green Bay? I'm sure he would still be great, but can he put up nearly the same numbers thowing through a windy rain or snowstorm in December?