Tuesday, October 6, 2009


What’s In A Quarterback’s Name?

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A quarterback’s name could determine the game.

According to Kerri Hopkins, who can analyze people’s personality traits based on their names, certain letters could spell success on the football field.

For instance, a player with an “om” in their name, like Tom Brady or Tony Romo, is usually accurate and precise.

A QB with an “n” in their name, like Ben Roethlisberger, is “extremely observant” and may see several plays at once.

An “er,” as in Philip Rivers, is constantly out to prove himself, while a “br” like Brett Favre is a bit of a flip-flopper.

Hopkins says this explains Favre’s on-and-off plans to retire.

As for NFL brothers Eli and Peyton Manning, both names indicate strong work ethic, though the “y” in Peyton’s suggests he’s more of a team player.

Hopkins says “Jims, Jasons, or Chads” make good pigskin pros since they’re naturally athletic.

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