Originally Posted by KDWilliams85
You're right. Both units require cohesion but a defensive unit has more freedom than an offensive unit. A defensive player can practically do what he wants as long as he ends up around the ball. An offensive player doesn't have that luxury.
You are still avoiding the point and I even gave you a great HOF defensive player too.
If Reed is a lesser player because of supporting talent, than so is Randy White.
Or Cliff Harris, or Mel Renfro, or Deion Sanders get it now?