As the New York Jets made their way through the playoffs in 2009 there's one thing that was brought to light.
CB Darrelle Revis is a hell of a player.
So good that a lot of folks argued that he should've been not just the defensive player of the year (that went to CB Charles Woodson) but the NFL MVP.
Revis has been a good player but he took off in year three. The third year is commonly referred to as the breakout year for a lot of players and Revis did just that.
"It was his third year and he just exploded on the scene last year, separated himself from the pack," Flowers said according to the Kansas City Star. "He wasn't content to be just an NFL starter."
Flowers, like Revis, has been solid in his first two seasons in the NFL.
What remains to be seen is if Flowers takes a quantum-sized leap like Revis did in year three.
Check out a good article on Flowers at the Kansas City Star.