Bill Romanowski “Jerry Rice Was A Follower And Not A Leader”

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Mac Attack 1/24/13: The always entertaining and opinionated Bill Romanowski joined the guys to discuss Tim Brown’s comments, his hit on Kerry Collins that broke his jaw and much more

Bill Callahan, current offensive line coach for the Dallas Cowboys and former head coach of the Oakland Raiders, has been an interesting topic in the sports world for the past few days. Callahan has been accused of sabotaging his own team in the 2003 Super Bowl. What was supposed to be a finish to an excellent season ended  in a devastating blowout.

Earlier this week, Tim Brown and Jerry Rice spoke out against Callahan and saying he undermined his team and cost them a chance at victory by altering their strategy two days before the big game. He didn’t want to be in Oakland so he merely set the team up for failure in their embarrassing loss 48-21.

Bill Romanowski struck back at Tim Brown and Jerry Rice’s comments on their former coach. “A player broke down, made some bad reads and bad decisions” he said. The loss was not because of the game plan, the Raiders simply did not play well enough. Bill was upset when hearing Tim Brown and Jerry Rice stir up those harsh remarks about his coach.

“Timmy Brown was a great football player and a great guy. I don’t understand why he would do this. Jerry Rice is not a leader. He is just a follower, he is just hopping on the band wagon. This is a bad choice for these guys and I don’t like it.”

Bill Romanowski feels that these allegations are just bitter talk since the Super Bowl is near. Coach Callahan has come out and expressed to the media that the allegations are false. He has not touched on why he changed the game plan, but assures the media that he did not sabotage the game.

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