Just came across a nice little tidbit on everyone’s favorite former Kent State football player James Harrison. Turns out, Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy believes the Steeler's linebacker is the legitimate MVP of the NFL this season.
“To me, he does a lot,” Dungy said of Harrison on Sirius radio. “He’s like Randy Moss or Dwight Freeney. You have to game plan for him in terms of how you’re going to block him in the passing game, so he puts that on the table even before the game starts. And then he does other things: He drops in pass coverage, he covers tight ends, you can move him around, and he’s not just a one-dimensional rusher. He’s a linebacker who also rushes, and he’s been the most dominant player on the best defense in football, and by next Sunday they might have the best record in football.”