New PDF release: Joe Flacco. Super Bowl MVP

By Marty Gitlin

Playmakers introduces younger readers to their present heroes off and on the sphere. Joe Flacco: large Bowl MVP summarizes Flaccos' lifestyles and occupation up to now and attracts realization to accomplishments past his athletic ability in addition to occupation highlights to this point. brief, informative sidebars upload to the enticing, easy-to-read textual content, making Playmakers a success for any reader on your library! Aligned to universal middle criteria and correlated to kingdom criteria. SportsZone is an imprint of ABDO Publishing corporation.

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He won the longest distance throw competition at the College Football All-Star Challenge with a 74-yard heave. He beat out future NFL star Matt Ryan in the process. UÊ Flacco’s calm demeanor helped keep him out of trouble in high school. 99 grade-point average entering his senior year. He ranked twenty-fourth in his class of 158 students. UÊ “He fears nothing. That’s the thing about him. He really has no fear of anything. He’s as tough as he can be. He’s fearless in terms of taking chances. ” —Ravens offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell after Super Bowl XLVII UÊ Flacco has earned the nickname “Joe Cool” for his calm demeanor on the field.

Scholarship Money given or work done to help Financial assistance awarded people in need. to students to help them pay contract An agreement between a team and for school. Top athletes earn scholarships to represent a college through its sports teams. a player that determines the player’s salary and length of commitment with that team. draft An annual event in which NFL teams scout A talent evaluator for a college athletic program or professional sports team often responsible for signing prospective players.

Now he had to win it. 28 Joe Flacco The San Francisco 49ers were favored in Super Bowl XLVII. But Flacco was determined to lead his team to a title. He tossed a 13-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Anquan Boldin. He fired a 1-yard scoring strike to tight end Dennis Pitta. He added a 56-yard touchdown bomb to Jones. And it was still the first half! The Ravens led from beginning to end to win 34–31. Flacco’s playoff run was one of the best in NFL history. He had passed for 1,140 yards with 11 touchdowns and no interceptions.

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