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Old 02-03-2013, 03:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Own3d View Post
Americans have this perception that if they are faster and stronger they are superior, they are that way because that's what works in that sport. The best NFL players are built like sprinters in a sport like football endurance is required so they are more like long distance runners. To try and claim the athletes from one sport are superior than the other is stupid, but if we really went down that road i would pick the athletes that are the best from the much much bigger talent pool of football.



bopkiss on that endurance sh#t. you've probably never even seen an NFL game. most euros have not. i don't blame them for their ignorance. most americans have played soccer. it is the most popular sport in the country for kids under 13.


somebody in the secondary, or a wide receiver, will run many miles each game. same with any basketball player, seven footers included.
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