Former New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison called out the Patriots for not winning a Super Bowl since 2004 and said they need to not be satisfied with being good.
Former NFL safety Rodney Harrison played six seasons for the New England Patriots, and helped them win two Super Bowls in 2003 and 2004.
The fierce safety was also part of the 2007 Patriots team that finished 16-0 in the regular season but lost the Super Bowl. This was clearly not satisfying enough for Harrison judging by his latest comments.
Harrison publicly called out his former team since they have not won a Super Bowl since 2004. “You have an opportunity to play for the greatest organization on the planet. How can you not come out here and get it done? It’s not good enough to win a playoff game. It’s not good enough to make it to the AFC Championship game,” the All-Pro safety told CSN New England.
The hard hitter was known for his ferocious style of play, which sometimes got him fined. His fines had added up to over $200,000.
The Patriots are still a frontrunner to win the Super Bowl, but it remains to be seen whether they can win a fourth.