I would say middle of the pack also. There are a lot of good quarterbacks in the league and until Carson Palmer proves himself in the playoffs, then he could be elevated to a higher ranking. When we would play Carson Palmer, we'd always try to disguise our coverages. We felt like he couldn't figure them out. So we'd overload coverage to the left side, and then after the snap, we'd switch it, and he'd have problems with that. We'd disguise things and you could see the confusion on his face. I remember we'd be on the bus, talking to ourselves, saying 'I still don't think he's figured it out yet.' So one question is whether he's matured with that. I think we could see some of the same concepts defensively from the Patriots in this game, because Coach Belichick is going to look at the last time he went up against a quarterback and see what worked.
Tedy Bruschi on Carson Palmer
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