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  • College Football Game Analysis

    Championship game. Elliot is a Heisman candidate heading into this season, but it will be tough for him to take home the award because of the smorgasbord of talent on his team. That plethora of playmakers includes Braxton Miller, who made the switch from quarterback to wide receiver this summer. Miller is one of the most dynamic players in college football, and he only enhances a Buckeyes offense that already has a cargo of dangerous weapons. With preeminent players like Joey Bosa, Adolphus…

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  • Fall Camp Narrative Report

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--As the second week of Fall Camp is underway, Dana Holgorsen met with members of the media on Tuesday afternoon and discussed the West Virginia University football teams progression. Another player out for the season is freshman cornerback Jake Long, who is going to be sidelined after shoulder surgery. “Maybe could have practiced him but we’re talking about redshirt,” Holgorsen said. “Let’s just go ahead and do it so we have you ready for next year. He’ll be ready for spring.…

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  • Comparison Of Peyton Manning And Tom Brady

    Peyton Manning and Tom Brady are the cream of the crop when considering quarterbacks in the NFL. They are two of the most coveted athletes in the history of American sports. The two greats are slated to make the hall of fame without a doubt. Tom Brady was selected number 199 in the 2000 draft, Peyton was selected on the other end of the spectrum at number one in the 1998 NFL draft. They are very similar in size, but they play the game differently. Tom Brady is the king of the post-season while…

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  • Characteristics Of A Phronetic Leader

    There are six different ways that a phronetic leader must possess to be a strong leader. These six attributes include being able to” judge goodness, grasp the essence, create shared contexts, communicate the essence, exercise political power, and foster practical wisdom in others. The first of these abilities involves having the ability to judge goodness. So far in our class one of the biggest take a ways is that there are no two people alike and this is especially true for ethics. Each leader…

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  • Expansion Of The National Football League (NFL)

    would have to be quarterbacks. We already see teams, like the Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears, struggle to find quality starting quarterbacks. The Browns have had 21 different quarterbacks start a game since 2000, and the Bears have had 18 different quarterbacks start a game since 2000. Obviously some of those starting quarterbacks are due to the starting quarterback getting hurt, but this still proves that these two teams have had a major problem finding a quality quarterback. This just…

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  • Best Team In Football History

    have some of the best quarterbacks of all time. They have 13 Super Bowl wins. Doesn’t that sound like a good team? The Green Bay Packers have one the most championships in football history. They have one the Super Bowl three times in a row (twice). They have won thirteen championships in total. They have a lot of them. Imagine If you won a Super Bowl. Bart Starr, Brett Favre, and Aaron Rodgers are all great quarterbacks in Packer history. They are the three best quarterbacks we have ever had.…

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  • Randy Moss Research Paper

    Not many people have debated over who is the best receiver of all time, that honor goes to Jerry Rice., Hhowever, many people havedo disagreed with who is the second best receiver of all time. Some say Terrell Owens or Randy Moss and others say Steve Largent or Don Hutson or even Calvin Johnson. (TS)It is a very tightly contested contest but here are some reasons why Randy Moss is the second best receiver of all time. It is very hard to compare players like Don Hutson or Steve Largent to the…

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  • Dallas Cowboys Case Study

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered a fractured bone in his back as he tired to make a play against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3 of the preseason. Reportedly, the injury could keep him out for six to 10 weeks of the regular season. In an interview on KRLD-FM 105.3 The Fan in Dallas on Tuesday, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones stated that Romo would remain on the active roster when they open the season against the New York Giants this Sunday. Jones added that he was “not really” interested…

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  • Kansas City Chiefs Research Paper

    dead after starting the season 1-5, averaging 21.2 points per game over their first six contests. Since the dreadful start, Kansas City closed the regular season with 10 straight wins and has averaged 27.8 points per game over that stretch. Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith and a stout Kansas City defense have been the primary reason for the team’s turnaround. Smith has been virtually error-free this season as he has turned the ball over just seven times while producing 22 touchdowns. During Kansas…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Passion Of Playing Football

    attend my brother's practices and watch excitedly from the sideline waiting my turn to go out and compete. I got my chance in second grade and I made the most of it. There were two teams in my grade and on the better of the two teams I was the quarterback which was exciting, but even better, I played my favorite position since I started watching football which was linebacker. The exhilaration of hitting people that came with playing linebacker made me think of myself like Brian Urlacher and…

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