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Many people think that airsoft and paintball are dangerous, but the truth is neither one of these extreme sports produces more injuries than a common club sport (ie. basketball, football, baseball, etc). If you are thinking about joining either of these sports, all the power to you. However, while both sports are safe, airsoft is considerably more intimidating than paintball. The fire rate for airsoft guns is usually around 300-450 fps. Paintball guns rarely reach 300 fps, in fact, most paintball fields have restrictions that disallow players to have a fire rate above 300 fps.

Airsoft bb’s can pierce objects, including human skin. Paintballs are designed to inflict as small amount of pain as possible. Which is why a paintball is wider, and more blunt. Because of a paintballs large surface area, the force of a paintballs impact is distributed over a larger target area. Which causes there to be less pain in one specific area.

So while you will never receive an injury from a paintball making contact with a skin protected body part, airsoft bb’s can, and do, occasionally injure skin protected body parts. The reason for this, is because a paintball will never reach past the skin, but a bb can hit the bone. Airsoft bb’s rarely cause bone injuries, but there is documented evidence that these injuries do occur. Which does not apply to the friendly game of paintball. The most typical injuries from both sports are ankle and eye related. And for both sports, these injuries occur in the same way.

Ankle injuries cannot be avoided in any sport. If a player accidentally twists or rolls in an unnatural direction, an injury may occur. Ankle injuries happen in paintball and airsoft, but they also happen in just about every sport. Nothing we can do about these. For eye injuries, if a paintball or bb pellet contacts an unprotected eye, serious damage can be inflicted. The difference between eye injuries for airsoft and paintball is that paintball will usually leave temporary damage, but an airsoft bb in the eye will almost always cause permanent damage.

An experienced player from both sports knows that eye protection is an absolute must. And when the proper precautions are taken, both sports are very safe. That being said, airsoft will be too painful and scary for many prospective players. If the absence of danger and pain are your main criteria for airsoft vs paintball, then paintball is your best option.

Fantasy Football has become as much of a staple on Sundays in the fall as the games themselves. (Side-note: Everyone has a team. Nobody cares about your team.) People have always been infatuated with the idea of ​​playing King, and fans have long been clamoring for teams to allow them to be in charge of personnel. Fantasy Football offers the avenue for both. It allows you to be in a position to make all the decisions, and forces you to suffer through all of the consequences of such decisions. A bad draft will result in a LONG season. As for the on-field performance of your favorite football team? A win for them is nice, but it becomes icing on the cake. Allegiances be damned.

How many of you out there, right now, could not confidently name the opponent your favorite team plays this week, but could easily rattle off whether or not your recovering RB2 participated in practice this week? At what point did our priorities get so far out of whack? I think the answer is simple: people like to feel empowered. As a fan, you do not have a bit of control over how your favorite team is run. As a fantasy owner, you can pull off a blockbuster trade in week 1 if your heart desires. That control controls a sense of investment. It creates a sense of pride that can be difficult to find at times in franchises run by billionaires. It can be particularly hard to find when these billionaires like to pretend to be general managers (see, everyone likes to feel important), as has been the case with my Dallas Cowboys since Jerry Jones bought the team. So the solution is to create your own team, assemble and roster, and live and die by the results.

Fantasy Football has created a way, outside of the confines of sports betting, to keep almost every game interesting. That is the allure of betting, in essence. It is a way to create excitement in an otherwise meaningless football game. Now, most fantasy football leagues do offer an historical payoff, but I would argue that the possibility of winning money is only one of the stimulating factors. Competition among friends … The opportunity to boast about a superior sports-intellect and uncanny foresight … These are the things that drive a true fantasy football user. And, if you are lucky enough (that's right, LUCKY enough) to avoid injuries and the fantasy gods decide that you would make an acceptable champion, the money is a nice bonus.

What happens, though, when your fantasy football allegories are in direct conflict with your loyalties as a fan of an NFL team? Surely you would not be so manipulated by a competition that you would forget where your heart is. You can try to convince yourself that you can root for both a win for your favorite team, and a great fantasy performance for your players. Ultimately, though, you will come to the realization that fantasy football has simply ruined the NFL for you. And you can accept that, as long as you are winning.

One of the signature symptoms of Andropause is erectile dysfunction (ED). An embarrassing, nerve-wrecking experience, ED is when a male cannot perform for his female partner. In layman’s terms, it is the inability to have an erect penis during sexual activity.

It is the primary issue amongst men in regards to their sex lives. Let’s become acquainted with how a full erection works and why this condition exists. Men under the influence of Andropause have erectile dysfunction no matter what’s on their mind. Thinking of a nude Playboy centerfold model would likely induce pleasant and sexual thoughts into a man.

Sexual thoughts, however detailed or brief they may be, are produced in the brain. After all, the brain is responsible for thinking. These sexual thoughts directly spark nerve signals down through the spinal cord and into the muscles of the penis. These nerves send a flow of blood running through the arteries in the penis while it is in a relaxed state, building pressure.

A man without Andropause can have a constant, steady flow of blood flowing to his penis arteries in a good amount. The more blood that flows down there, the harder and longer your erection will be! When sexual thoughts creep out of your mind and you’re focused on another activity, your penis returns to its relaxed state. We can guess Andropause sufferers are going to have to do something else rather than think about that nude Playboy model to obtain an erection!

Erectile dysfunction can attribute to psychological causes. Psychological causes can include having fear of our female partners (especially when it is a specific person with whom we feel shy with), depression, lack of self esteem, and cluelessness as to what to do with certain parts of the female anatomy. Our bodies are exposed “to the air” and we often times feel ashamed of what we look like to our partners. Mind thoughts and emotions that are pessimistic in nature not only affect your mental state, but the performance of your penis as well.

As with other medical conditions, the effects of impotence can be magnified if we do not follow a proper health regimen. The top dog in promoting erectile dysfunction is the use of drugs, particularly the cancer sticks you find over the counter – we all know which one that is. Cigarettes reduce the amount of blood flow to the penis. Undergoing surgery and prescription drugs also contribute to the problem, like tranquilizers, medications for seizures, beta blockers, and diuretics. Even a simple over the counter drug like NyQuil Cold & Sinus (a decongestant) can reduce blood flow to the penis, at least temporarily.

We’ve probably all seen those commercials before. You know, the one with Rafael Palmeiro (major league baseball player in his late 30’s) promoting the use of a special pill known throughout the globe as Viagra. Viagra is a staple of American culture – the subject of endless tonight show monologue jokes and a popular conversation topic anywhere. At a cursory glance, Viagra may seem like a sideshow attraction, but its been proven to be one of the most effective drugs you can take for erectile dysfunction.

Using Viagra requires a doctors prescription, but it is so readily available you can get away without one. Before considering going on this pill, maintain a healthy lifestyle and build up those testosterone levels naturally. Make a visit to your doctor to discuss a proper dosage and see if Viagra is right for you. Remember, there are many erectile dysfunction pills out there – the goal is to see which best suits your condition. Don’t fret over this condition – with the plethora of solutions and medications combating this problem, you’ll be fine in no time.

The Golden Rule of Soccer Betting.

Never bet more than you can afford to lose. Never. Ever. Rule Number One in the Sports Gambler’s bible. But surely there are times when an outcome is so inevitable that you could bet a large sum of money and collect your guaranteed winnings within a day? Surely there must be exceptions to this golden rule? I would suggest that there are no exceptions. Consider the following tale of an unfortunate (or silly) punter from back in 2001. This is a true story and one that always sticks with me whenever I have an urge to gamble impulsively.

The date is Saturday September 29th 2001. The venue is White Hart Lane, North London, home of Tottenham Hotspur, or ‘Spurs’. The opponents are Manchester United who make the trip to London without key players Roy Keane (suspended) and Ryan Giggs (rested after midweek Champions League clash). There is a buzz in the air, a positive vibe amongst the home supporters who feel they can overcome the depleted United side. What followed was one of the most incredible days in Premier League history.

Tottenham Blow United Away Early – Cue the impulsive Gamble.

Spurs started the game at breakneck speed and before United had time to deal with the pressure, they found themselves two goals in arrears, thanks to Dean Richards and Les Ferdinand. The Red Devils were clearly shell-shocked and before they had time to regroup, the flying Christian Ziege made it 3-0 to Spurs before half time. One can only imagine the infamous ‘hairdryer’ routine dished out to the United players by fiery boss Alex Ferguson during the interval. Our story though, concerns a Tottenham fan who was at the game with his mates and girlfriend. With emotions running high, he convinced his girlfriend that it would be a sound investment to put their entire mortgage on a Tottenham win. With a 3-0 half-time lead the odds would have been ridiculously low, perhaps 1.03, but put enough money down, and 3% suddenly becomes a nice little earner. What could possibly go wrong? They had recently purchased a house together and with his girlfriend’s blessing, he contacted his finance broker and the bet was placed. Their house was now riding on the outcome of the game.

The Incredible Comeback.

One can only imagine the nervous tension and excitement that accompanied our soccer punting hero as the second half kicked off. He was probably planning what lavish holiday they could take or what spending spree they could enjoy. How rudely interrupted were his thoughts when Andy Cole pulled a goal back after 45 seconds of the second half. Less than quarter of an hour later French defender Laurent Blanc headed home a corner and, when Van Nistelrooy scored the equalising goal with over quarter of an hour left on the clock, hearts were in mouths for Spurs fans and emotional punters. Veron and Beckham made it 5-3 to the Red Devils by the end of what was a fascinating game and monumental comeback. It’s difficult not to feel some sympathy for the losing punter – he lost his house and in all probability his woman. However, the first piece of football betting advice and the most essential soccer betting tip you should learn is to never bet more than you can afford to lose, no matter how sure you are about the outcome. In soccer, as in sport, there are quite simply no guarantees.

Granted this was an unusual scenario and a comeback of this magnitude probably happens only once every few years. The point is that it CAN happen and for this reason it’s paramount to place bets within your means. Our professional soccer tipster has a wealth of experience, hints, tips and insights into best methods for successful football betting. Check out http://www.soccertips365.com for more info and weekly FREE soccer tips, picks and predictions.

My grandparents always say to me how our lives are better now than when they were young, and that I should enjoy and cherish my life instead of complaining. Admittedly, in most senses, our lives are indeed much better than our grandparents’ when they were young.

Back in the day, gifts for grandparents definitely wouldn’t have been Plasma TVs or mobile phones. No siree. In the words of my Grandad, “in my day, we were lucky if we got a plate of baked beans on the table for dinner.”

When my grandparents got married, they moved into a cramped one-room – and I repeat – one room flat, with a divan mattress in the corner it, and no running water or electricity. They cooked using a single gas hob and could hardly afford to feed themselves. And when their son was born, times got so tough that they often had to eat blackberries for dinner!

In my grandparents’ era, you were lucky if you had a sink in your abode. Many folks collected water from either private wells or from public pumps. Washing machines and dishwashers would’ve, undoubtedly, come in extremely useful and made incredibly handy Birthday gifts for Grandmothers, or Birthday gifts for Grandad, so they would’ve spent more time resting and less time washing the dishes and clothes themselves!

As for debit and credit cards, my grandparents didn’t use ATM cards until they were in their 60’s – imagine that! Instead, they always went inside the bank and did business eye-to-eye with the bank clerk, who even knew them by name.

My grandparents often joke that they don’t know why people refer to those times as “the good ol’ days,” because there wasn’t much good about them. Grandad told me a story about a young lad who actually killed himself for lack of food and money.

Of course, I treasure these stories and the time I spend with my grandparents. When I find myself drooling over a new gadget, I think back to the stories of my Gran ransacking the cupboards for a missing “twopence” piece, which would’ve paid for a can of soup for her son’s dinner. It puts life into perspective.

People managed to get by without today’s mod-cons. Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t a criticism of today’s modern conveniences, because frankly, many of them make life much more enjoyable. On the other hand, perhaps we should be reminded that the majority of these are luxuries, not necessities, even though media and peer pressure would have us believe otherwise.

These days, we can spend more time and money on our hobbies, which was unheard of in our grandparents’ time. My Grandad would’ve given anything to immerse himself in his favourite book, but he just couldn’t afford it, they were that strapped for cash.

When I was walking with my Gran down the local high street, we passed a tanning bed salon and spied a girl, her skin glowing a shade of orangey-red, strut out of the salon. Gran whispered to me: “Why pay the earth to cook your skin when the good Lord shines a sun over your head that does the same for free?” That did make me laugh.

I can safely say kindles, GPS devices, Xboxes, Wiis, and so on, certainly won’t be on my gifts for grandfather or Birthday Gifts for Grandma shopping list. I believe there’s definitely something to be said for personalised gifts for grandparents.

Very recently, I gave a personalised football book to my Grandad for his 80thbirthday. The front cover displayed his name in gold, and there was a personal message on the inside cover. This particular book contained newspaper reports on the history of Sunderland football team over the last century.

On visiting him a week later, Grandad was already half way through it. Not being much of a football lover myself, I couldn’t really share in my Grandad’s excitement as he went off at a tangent about all the things he’d read, like the famous League and Cup wins, the stars – past and present, etc. etc. etc. But what did excite me was when he said this was one of the best presents he’d received, ever. That made me so happy.

For a few hours on the opening day of the Premiership, Blackpool, in their first appearance in the EPL, were actually at the head of the League table, on the back of their victory against Wigan, on August 14, 2011.

Are you curious to know more about this squad? Here you go:

The official name of the club is Blackpool Football Club, or Blackpool FC. The club is also known by several nicknames, such as The ‘Pool, The Seasiders, and The Tangerines.

The team is registered in the seaside town of Blackpool in Lancashire, England.

The home venue of the club is in Bloomfield Road, Blackpool, England, and the owners are Owen Oyston and Valeri Belokon. the chairman is Karl Oyston, and the manger, Ian Holloway.

The squad comprsies the following players: Gilks, Crainey, Evatt, Baptiste, Cathcart, Vaughan, Adam, Harewood, Ormerod, Taylor-Fletcher, Grandin, Rachubka, Eardley, Basham, Edwards, Ludovic Sylvestre, Demontagnac and Euell.

The new signings this season are Marlon Harewood (Free Agent), Craig Cathcart (Manchester United), Ludovic Sylvestre (Czech team Mlada Boleslov; ex-Barcelona), Elliot Grandin (CSKA Sofia), and Malaurty Martin (Monaco).

This is Blackpool’s first appearance in the Premier League.

Their opening match in EPL 2010-11 was against Wigan, on August 14. And the result of that match that surprised everyone was a 4-0 thrashing delivered by the debutant team.

Pre-season Preview:

Blackpool qualified to play in the Premier League for the first time, this season by getting the better of Cardiff in the final of play offs.

Manager Ian Holloway’s squad has thereby earned the opportunity to play against top flight teams at the best venues, around England, and they will savour that experience.

Although nobody gives Blackpool the ghost of a chance to do well at this level, there is no pressure of expectation, and in Ian Holloway, they have a shrewd manager who can make the most of any opportunity.

In the Premier League, Holloway will get to rub shoulders with the likes of Sir Alex Fergusson, Arsene Wenger and Carlo Ancelotti, and prove that he is no less a manager than any of them.

One of Blackpool’s to signings this year is Marlon Harewood, whose previous club, Aston Villa have released him. Harewood is a competent forward with a goal scoring ability, and Blackpool will look to his guidance to learn to compete at this level.

In 21 year old Craig Cathcart, they have a promising new recruit. Cathcart has already earned a Northern Ireland under-21 cap, is reportedly ready to join the senior side. The Premier League will give Cathcart an opportunioty to showboat his skills.

Apart from Harewood and Cathcart, Blackpool have recruited a few more players, and these include Malaury Martin, previously with Monaco. Among players who have left are Stephen McPhee, retiring from the game on account of injury,and Ben Burgess going to Notts County.

The way they have begun their Premier league campaign, with a 4-0 win over Wigan, Blackpool could spring a surprise on all of us, like Birmingham City, Hull City and Reading, other promoted sides, have done in recent years. That said, one swallow does not a spring make, and as they are bound to find out as they stay longer in the Premiership, life here won’t be easy for Blackpool.

Most sovereign states are proud to celebrate their National Day. Any visitor to America on the Fourth of July will find it difficult to miss the Independence Day street parades and firework displays. Similar scenes of national unity and joy will be seen in France on the 14th July, and in Ireland on St Patrick's Day. But nothing similar will occur this Sunday, when England should be celebrating the day of St George, the nation's patron saint. According to a recent survey, only one in three people in England know that the 23rd April is St. Louis. George's Day. This will be an event honored more in the breech than in the observation.

The City of London is making an effort to revive the Pageant of St George, which was last performed in 1585 during the reign of Good Queen Bess. Those who can not attend this parade, or might find it a tad too exciting, can go to the British Museum and pay silent homage to Raphael's painting of St George killing the dragon, a masterpiece which is on show in England for the very first time. Otherwise there'll be little sign of crowdsaving Union Jacks, which now only happens in pubs when English football team is playing in the world cup. Even this gesture has been taken by law enforcement officers employed by the Forest of Dean district council, on the grounds that it may offend the Welsh who live nearby.

A recent survey revealed that England is the least patriotic country in Europe by a very wide margin. National pride is lower in 'this blessed plot' than in any of the other nine countries included in the poll. Only one in ten of this once proud race said they'd be happy to fly the national flag, largely because of political indoctrination and the fear of being considered a racist. Patriotism is now a dirty word, associated with fascism and saber-rattling jingoism, but in truth a patriot is someone who lives for his country, rather than sticks his neck out to die for his country. A fuller explanation is given by Roger Scruton in his book 'The Need for Nations', where he says that' National loyalty is founded in the love of place, of the customs and traditions that have been inscribed in the landscape and of the desire to protect these good things through a common law and a common loyalty. '

We should be proud to be members of world's most exclusive club. Margaret Truman said something similar about America, a country which certainly has an enviable degree of youthful exuberance, but can not match the length and quality of the English heritage. The English people, whatever their racial origin, can draw on a thousand years of culture. They have a unique tradition of folk customs, music, art, poetry and literature, embracing such towering figures as Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Tennyson, Dickens, Samuel Johnson, Elgar and Vaughan Williams. They excel at sport, have a wicked sense of humor and, despite something standoffish, can let their hair down and enjoy soggy bonfire night parties, fish and chips eaten out of last week's newspaper, and soap operas like the Archhers, East Enders and Neighbors .

There is a real risk that we may sacrifice our sense of national pride in our mad rush to climb aboard the globalization band wagon. An even greater, and more important, threat is that we might be seduced into forfeiting our freedom and national sovereignty by being dragged into a one-size-fits-all federation of European states. Now Europe is a excellent place to visit for a long week end, but what have we got in common with people who do not share our language, customs and way of life? At one time any British politician who signed a document such as the Lisbon Treaty would have been held guilty of High Treason. Even the relatively recent Treason Felony Act of 1848 makes it an offense to deprive or dispose of the Queen from her established constitutional position. This would certainly occur if we came under the jurisdiction of a European President rather that an English monarch. That act still stands. Under the original Treason Act of 1351, any person guilty of such an act of high treason would be hung drawn and quartered. Now their punishment has been reduced to a mere lifetime prison sentence.

We must regain our sense of national pride. It was Winston Churchill who said: 'There is a forgotten, nay almost forbidden word, which means more to me than any other. That word is England '. We must bang the drums for England. We've got so much in our favor. We love to be free. England is an island, and every individual Englishman an island entity in itself. We have more eccentrics than any other country on earth. We're easy going. Our favorite sayings are 'Live and let live'; Make the most of a bad job '; and Better luck next time '. We also have a great sense of justice and fair play, coupled with a ready willingness to support an underdog. Jean Borotra, the French tennis player, was a great Anglophile and enjoyed pointing out that the French had no word for 'fair play'. We may have a tendency to be arrogant, and somewhat aloof to foreigners, but then nobody's perfect. We're currently being grossly over governed, which is damaging our secondary school education, but we still have three universities in the top five tier of the official World University Rankings, the order being Harvard, Cambridge, Yale, University College London and Oxford.

No wonder Voltaire said: 'If I had had to choose my birthplace, I would have chosen England.' Even the Japanese show a pinchant for buying British products. When Toyota exported UK made Avensis cars into their home market, they put Union flags in dealership windows, accompanied by banners proudly proclaiming 'Made in the UK'. It's time we launched another 'I'm backing England' campaign. The last, which took place before the devolution of Scotland and Wales met with great success, but fell from kindness when it was found that the campaign postcards were printed in Belgium, and the 'I'm backing Britain' T-shirts were made in Portugal. If it's good to be proud of your company, school or football team, what's wrong with having pride in your mother country? The West End is currently enjoying a revival of many old American musicals, why we can not have a revival of Noel Coward's' Cavalcade ', a gloriously chauvinistic confection which ends with the cast drinking a patriotic toast that' this country of ours, which we love so much, will find dignity, and greatness and peace again. '

I intend to return to this theme again and again, whenever there's an appropriate opportunity, such as Commonwealth Day, the Queen's birthday or the Last Night of the Proms. Until then, let me offer you a way of rekindling your national pride. It's the finest way to time the boiling of an egg. Put an egg in a pan of cold water, bringing it to the boil and then recite a leisurely version of Henry V's speech at the theft of Honfleur. Once you reach the triumphant cry 'Cry God for Harry, England and Saint George!' take the egg from the pan and plunge it into cold water. You'll find that the white will have set, while the yolk remains delightfully runny.

When writing a three to six-minute comedy skit to perform at church, school or some other organization, you need to move quickly into your plot and the theme of your skit. There’s little time for developing funny characters.

But if your audience doesn’t have some level understanding of your funny characters, your comedy skits will be dull and lifeless one-liners with no depth or the emotion that creates conflict and drives it meaningfully forward.

Therefore, your audience needs some idea of where a funny character is coming from to understand the motivation behind what they say and do. So use these three techniques to create funny characters your audience relates to and comedy skits they’ll enjoy.

Use Stereotypes to Create Funny Characters

The most obvious character that everyone already knows and understands in a comedy skit is the stereotype. The vain, female Diva, the dumb jock, the shifty guy who lurks in the shadows, the nerdy geek, the miserly accountant. And now that I’ve started you off with a few for your comedy skit, I’m sure you can create an extensive list.

Stereotypes make funny characters because your audience understands the character right away. The already know something of the character’s motivation and reasons behind what they say and do.

Exaggerate to the Max

Now to make that stereotype character really funny and increase the laughs, exaggerate them. The female Diva is not just vain. She’s so vain anytime her reflection presents itself, she stops to primp. The dumb jock is so clueless he doesn’t realize the football helmet he misplaced is on his head. And nerdy geek is so socially awkward he talks to computers like they’re people.

People laugh at stereotypes because the funny characters in your comedy skit are so exaggerated, they can’t possibly represent anyone in the audience. Even though everyone can probably think of someone in the audience that is very well represented in that funny character.

In one comedy skit I wrote and directed for a church worship service entitled, Focused on Priority three out of shape suburban ladies sign up for a fitness class thinking it will be a relaxing time of easy exercise. Instead, their personal trainer resembles an in your face, military drill sergeant that pushes them way beyond their expectations and comfort zone.

Add Contrast to Funny Characters and Situations

In comedy skits, opposites don’t attract, they create conflict. And conflict creates humorous energy in your skit. People in real life are never one-dimensional. And your funny characters shouldn’t be either. Even your stereotypical characters can surprise your audience and take your comedy skit to a deeper level.

The easiest way to accomplish this is by thinking opposites.

So your stuck-up Diva volunteers at a homeless shelter. The dumb jock is good at chess. The nerdy geek skateboards while listening to hard rock music. The stingy accountant feeds premium dog food to a stray dog that lives behind his office building.

You can also match-up opposite characters. This is the whole premise behind the odd couple. One guy is exceptionally clean and orderly and the other guy a complete slob.

When you drop your exaggerated, stereotyped characters into a situation together, you create instant conflict and the potential for great comedy skits.

What happens when a liberal atheist and conservative evangelical work together for a common cause? A church moves next door to a strip club? A crusty, negative old man adopts his innocent, faith-filled, eight year old grandchild who just lost both of his parents?

By creating exaggerated, stereotypical characters, adding contrast and combining them with opposite characters into various situations, you will create funny characters with depth and comedy skits your audience appreciates and enjoys.

The Philadelphia Eagles are one of the oldest franchises in the entire National Football League. Over the years, there have been some great players that have played for the team too. The Eagles as a team have played in a number of great, even important, games over the years. Here is a look at five things you may not know about the Philadelphia Eagles.

1. The Philadelphia Eagles joined the NFL as an expansion team in 1931, replacing the Frankford Yellow Jackets which had gone bankrupt. The team’s name was inspired by the eagle insignia of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s National Recovery Act.

2. The first touchdown pass that quarterback Donovan McNabb ever threw in the NFL was thrown to Chad Lewis and came in the fourth quarter of a 44-17 loss to the Indianapolis Colts in the 11th game of the 1999 season.

3. No Philadelphia Eagles player has gone to more Pro Bowls than linebacker Chuck Bednarik went to eight during his career (1950-54, 1956-57, and 1960). Tied for second on the list at seven Pro Bowls apiece are defensive back Brian Dawkins and defensive lineman Reggie White.

4. The college that the Eagles have drafted the most players out of over the course of their existence in the NFL is Notre Dame. Twenty-eight players have come from Notre Dame over the years. Three colleges are tied for second on the list with 21 players each being selected in the draft by Philadelphia: Penn State, Texas, and USC.

5. The Philadelphia Eagles have had some great running backs over the years, but one of the team’s best runners was quarterback Randall Cunningham who played for the team from 1985 to 1995. On the team’s career rushing yards list, Cunningham ranks 5th behind Duce Staley, Steve Van Buren, Brian Westbrook, and Wilbert Montgomery. Some of the many players that Cunningham ranks in front of on the team’s career rushing yards list include Ricky Watters, Timmy Brown, Keith Byars, Charlie Garner, Herschel Walker, Anthony Toney, Correll Buckhalter, Heath Sherman, and Swede Hanson.

The Philadelphia Eagles have a prd a proud oud fan base istory inthe NFL. After so many years as one of the more important teams in the league, it is safe to say that they will continue to be both a favorite and influential team in the future too.

Authentic NFL jerseys are manufactured by Reebok and are available online no matter what team you support or what player's jersey you'd like to own. If that were not enough for you, you can always customize a jersey with your name on the back along with a number of your choice. Or if your favorite player's jersey is not available, you can always purchase authentic NFL jerseys with his name and number customized onto the back.

One of the moreought after jerseys, as any Giants fan can vouch for, is the Eli Manning New York Giants # 10 jersey made famous by Eli Manning and his Super Bowl XLII and Super Bowl MVP winning performance in 2007. This jersey exactly duplicates the game day Pro Cut jersey worn by Eli Manning in every way. The fabric and the trims are all exact replicas of the original jersey as are the twill or dazzle option front and back numbers.

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If you do not want to buy authentic NFL jerseys with your favorite player's name on it, another option would be to customize on to suit your needs, like the Eagles Reebok NFL Personalized Authentic Jersey. Just pick the team which you support (like the Eagles for example), and then specify the name you want on the back. 12 characters is the maximum limit for the name including periods and spaces. You can also choose a number of your choice to put on the back of your jersey, up to 2 digits.

This customization though, takes time, and you would be required to wait for three or four weeks before delivery of the jersey. This wait is worth it though as you now have an authentic NFL jersey with your name on it. This also makes a great gift for any football fan.

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