"On the other side of that, you have guys like Randy Moss and A.J. Green who came in and physically, these guys are so good that it wasn't a hurdle that they really had to overcome," the former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback said. "Now it's just the ability to be able to digest the playbook and understand the game. These two guys were so athletically gifted that they were able to step onto the field and immerse themselves into the playbook. And once the coaching staff and quarterback realized that they could put him in a situation where he was one-on-one, he pretty much dominated his opponent. I think that's the kind of special guy that A.J. Green is."