I've never been a fan of individual awards because football is such a team sport. There's so many things that goes into making plays. It's about teammates trusting one another and working together.
Football is pretty much played 16 times a year, where training is kind of a year-round thing.
I don't feel that I need a tattoo to represent myself as a Samoan or a Christian.
I would say I'm more traditional than I am superstitious. I don't, for example, have to do things ritually before the game in order to feel comfortable going to the game. But I don't think I'm naturally a football player. I don't have that grit and that killer instinct.
Playing professional sports, it's important to eat healthy and take care of your body. In the offseason, rest is really important to me.
I think that's a struggle of every Christian, to be able to get to that point where they're in constant prayer with God - so that everything they do, in thought, in speech, in work, is praising God and worshipping God.