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  1. drakesta101

    drakesta101 On the Game Day Roster

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    I truly think LeBron could be another Bo Jackson if he tried football as a second sport.
     
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    efin98 Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Moss is humble about driving...odd to see him humble about anything :D

    He has a nice fallback for after football, hope he can expand his fortunes like Joe Gibbs was able to do.
     
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    LOL @ the thought of Lebron in the NFL! He throws a hissy fit everytime someone breathes on him, and if I had a nickel for everytime he dramatically grabbed his eye as if it'd been ripped out its socket w/ a rusty fork, I'd be a rich man. Sorry, but Lebron wouldn't last a minute in the NFL.
     
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    Oh... I dunno. He'd prolly last several minutes. Several long, painful, agonizing minutes. Maybe even an hour. Might even be able to walk afterward . Maybe. Heh... :eek:
     
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    condon84 In the Starting Line-Up

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    LeBron seems like he's just playing up to how the NBA is being officiated. Superstars get a certain type of treatment so seems like he's just trying to maximize that aspect. Stars complain and they get the benefit of the doubt.

    There's no question though how fast and physically imposing he is. In a league with superfreak athletes, LeBron still manages to stick out. He's got one of the quickest first steps in the league, he gets to top speed within the first few steps and his full speed is scary. Plus you look at how he takes advantage of his physicality. I'd put him as a OLB on a 3-4 or a DE in a 4-3 (like Kearse when he first came into the NFL).
     
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