In the course of your professional career, what's the most memorable performance you've played that you believe could have been a result of Mut 22 coins an online game?
The only thing nobody talks about with the exception of Denver Broncos fans is when we visited Denver and I played through their defense on one play like an ice-cold knife through butter. Not bragging, but it's all about the size I was in the '90s and how I was in the basement of college learning to be able to run with pads behind me. So, you'd never notice me standing upright with my pads, unless I had someone standing 5 or 6 yards ahead of me trying to catch me. But when I was in traffic, right in the middle of it all, it only took me one moment to realize that not running with your pads is harmful to your health. I'm unable to recall the name of the man but he was a linebacker of the Cardinals during their time in Phoenix. He blew me up. He took me down on the 6or 7-yard line, and I was thrown off the 2. He helped me get up and then said, 'Hey Bo Look, you must help me get my money. You have to be more consistent.' I'm looking at him like, "You've had lost your mind. I'm not going up in this hole again. In the next game, I bounced it outside and ran my speed.
Editor's note: in the fourth quarter of a game between the Raiders against the Broncos during the week of Dec. 2, 1990 Jackson ran 62 yards for a running touchdown. He broke five tackles before getting to the goal line. He ended the afternoon with 13 carries that totaled the 117-yard run and two touchdowns.
In that game [Denver] in which I slid through those linemen I jumped over an offensive linebacker, and then over somebody else. If I'm not wrong I slammed into their All-Pro linebacker [Karl] Mecklenburg, and outran defense backs to cheap Madden 22 coins his goal line. That's one play that sticks out for me because I must do everything from making someone miss, to jump into the air, then get low, and run for 60 yards for scoring.