When it comes to sizing up potential difference-makers in the Broncos-Seahawks Super Bowl, Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk goes against the grain. Stars like Peyton Manning and Marshawn Lynch are obvious choices, and not necessarily wrong, but Faulk says he prefers to identify underappreciated contributors that can tilt the balance.
He also breaks down Lynch's running style and says he continues to disagree with the new rules, aimed to reducing concussion risk, that ban ball carriers from using the helmet as a weapon against defenders. Here's the full interview:
In addition to his analyst role on NFL Network, Faulk is keeping busy these days with promotional work for the software company SAP.
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