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Tuesday, 07 February 2017
02-2017-one_yard_lineRecently I was given the opportunity to visit Heinz Field which is home to the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers. During my visit, I had the opportunity to stand on the field where the team plays.  As I was surveying the sights and pondering what it must be like to be on the field and look up into the stands at 68,400 screaming fans I was mindful of a recent Indianapolis Colts game.  In that game the Colts were stooped just one yard (three feet) from the goal line.  Standing on Heinz Field looking at the one yard line I thought all a player has to do is fall over and he’s crossed the goal line.  How hard is it to move a football one yard? Continue reading
 
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