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Friday, February 26, 2010

Future Stars...

Each February, hundreds of the very best college football players are invited to the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Ind., where executives, coaches, scouts and doctors from all 32 NFL teams conduct an intense, four-day job interviews, psychological evaluations and skill tests in advance of the NFL Draft.

All totally useless.

I think an NFL "Survivor" episode/series would be more fun and valuable to watch.

What better way to get the true team, leadership and personality traits of prospective draftees then to have them in a survivor mode competing against each other and other teams to ultimately win a spot in the NFL.

Then I might actually watch it.

There is no real football game action, no real demonstration of true football talent or attitude. Nothing that brings out the competative animal in any of us.

Instead, I think teams should look for a true football animal who shows real talent, is eager to do so, displays amazing feats of agility, bursts of speed and ball handling skills.

Kind of like these real football animals...

Balance, and rad ball handling skills:

True agility and speed, not to mention great leaping and catching ability:

"No footballs were harmed during these stunts"


Sam February 26, 2010 at 4:03 PM  

Troy Williamson needs to take a long, hard look at that doggy film. Now THAT'S how you run routes and catch the ball!

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