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Seriously, Larry may have been the best ever at highpointing the ball.

That's what made him really, really unstoppable, especially in his first seven years or so of his career. A jump ball to him was not 50/50, it was 95/5 in his favor.

What is super duper weird is that it just stopped being a thing not long after the superbowl season. Like from 2010 on. He just seemed to stop doing that. So weird.
 

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Seriously, Larry may have been the best ever at highpointing the ball.

That's what made him really, really unstoppable, especially in his first seven years or so of his career. A jump ball to him was not 50/50, it was 95/5 in his favor.

What is super duper weird is that it just stopped being a thing not long after the superbowl season. Like from 2010 on. He just seemed to stop doing that. So weird.
For me, Fitz had the best hands in the game. When he dropped a pass my mouth hit the floor.

He said he honed his skill in his bed at night in a dark room. He would lay on his back and toss the ball upwards and catch it on the way down. He started this practice at a young age. He said he would feel the ball into his hands.
 
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