When you demand a double team every time you line up on both sides of the ball I would say that is the first indication you could be an impact player. When you still manage to dominate in all aspects of the game I would then have to recognize you as a game changer. I’ve always said Robert Brown is built like Terrell Owens and that is not where the similarities stop. Brown plays this game with such high energy and passion brining his confidence as an athlete to an elite level. There are plenty of gifted athletes out there that are great but the ones that really are great are the ones that expect it. Stay tuned this season and watch the highly under dogged Spanktown Boys out of Rahway New Jersey look to make a run in this years A7FL Championship.
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