The Games Do Count - J.C. Watts Summary & Analysis

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J.C. Watts Summary and Analysis

J.C. Watts, former Congressman from Okalahoma, began playing sports as a child for entertainment. In the eighth grade J.C. began playing football. At first J.C. played fullback and then tailback, but later was moved to quarterback. J.C. did so well that he continued to play quarterback all through school and into college. Once, J.C. saw a local boy play football on television and that helped him decide he could be better and do better if he worked hard at both football and academics. After college, J.C. was drafted in the eighth round by the New York Jets but turned down the opportunity when he learned he would not play quarterback. Instead, J.C. played in the Canadian football league until he retired at age twenty eight. Through sports, J.C. learned...

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