First of all I didn’t know NFL defenses guarded, I simply thought they covered, or played defense. Always felt like the guarding was left to the NBA.
Jets veteran tight end Kellen Winslow has always been a very confident man. So even with gimpy knees, on a non playoff team, Winslow is going to talk.
Winslow was dead serious when he told Jane McManus of ESPN New York that no one on the Browns defense will be able to guard him this Sunday when the two team matchup.
“Really, they can’t guard me,” Winslow told ESPNNewYork.com. “That’s how I feel, and I can’t be guarded, you know?”
Winslow, who is finishing up a one year deal with the Jets, was originally drafted by the Browns in 2004.
“Who’s going to guard me over there? Nobody,” Winslow said. “That’s how I feel, and that’s how I play the game. That’s how you gotta play the game. You’ve just got to play the game, and that’s all.”