Life deals you a lot lessons, some people learn from it, some people don't.
You have to believe you're great. You have to have an air about you. My success wasn't because I was a great talent, but because I wanted it more than anybody else. Every minute I step on that field, I want to prove I'm the best player in the league.
Every game I've ever played, regardless if it was pre-season or Super Bowl, meant the same to me, and I laid it all on the line.
Most talented players don't always succeed. Some don't even make the team. It's more what's inside.
I think every player should think that he's a difference maker.
If I were to make a list, I would include the interceptions, the sacks, the really painful losses. Those times when I've been down, when I've been kicked around, I hold on to those. In a way those are the best times I've ever had, because that's when I've found out who I am. And what I want to be.
I've always shown up, always been prepared. Everything I do comes back to the example I want to set.
If I'm going to play, it's going to be 100-percent commitment.
There are those people who are in your corner no matter what, you can't do any wrong, even when you do wrong. And then there are those people that no matter what you do they are going to dislike you and that's not going to change.
I've always been a Packer, always will be a Packer.
You're never guaranteed about next year. People ask what you think of next season, you have to seize the opportunities when they're in front of you.
It's all about chemistry. Talent alone won't get it done.
And having a strong family, you know we've lost some members of our family and had some setbacks, but I think a good family and kids all those things I thought at one time... you got to be kidding me... Those things are so important they enable you to go on.
Injuries obviously change the way you approach the game.
I think my stubbornness, hardheadedness and stupidity is what has allowed me to play for 20 years.
With each game I play, with each season I play, I'm running out of chances. You're never guaranteed next year. You're never guaranteed the next game. You have to seize the opportunity when it's there in front of you.
The good teams are good at what they do.
You're only as good as your last pass.
Just, you never know what the next day is going to bring. That goes for football, goes for off the field, and I gave up a long time ago trying to predict the future and trying to deal with things I couldn't deal with.
As you get older, you look at things differently.
Wisconsin's a special place.
I know it's not a one man team win or lose.
I don't really care what's going on I just care about getting my job done the best that I can possibly do and deal with the other things in my life that take a lot of time and a lot of thought.
So much of a professional athlete's success depends upon not necessarily the play itself but how he deals with... always saying how you deal with good, is just as important as how you deal with bad.
Every day is not perfect.
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