it is called football pretty simple
I think the name pretty much explaines itself.. ?? when you think about it, it should be pretty easy to figure out... AMERICAN football.. ??
Pretty sure it's Strong Safety
Spain. China. Iceland. Pretty much anywhere but the US and Canada, and Canada just has a variation of American football.
they used rocks before the football was invented pretty cool huh?
your tall and your pretty light. you should be a wide receiver
I'm pretty sure football :) which is my favorite sport
i am pretty sure that camels were used for log distances in Egypt.
i would say running back....
If you're referring to faking an injury, then in American football, no. In soccer (called football pretty much everywhere except the US) it's often called "simulation."
I would say either a wide receiver or a defensive back
if you are from america, the price can be pretty good but it is not something that is going to make you rich. If you are from europe its probably going to be hard finding a paying football job. Hope it helps
Sitting Pretty - to be lucky or to be in an advantageous positionorigin: this American expression comes from the early 1900's. Sitting is a comfortable position and pretty is an adjective suggesting beauty, leading to the suggestion of an easy, favorable situation.
Most likely football, the name in pretty much everywhere other than North America. Soccer is only used to distinguish the game from American Football, what people think of when you say football in NA.
it means to stop a run or keep the quarterback from running or passing...pretty much just to contain or huol up the offense
It is pretty much called the same but traditionally called association football
Yes, the average veterinary position does indeed train you for that position. It is usually pretty thorough.
no its pretty much the same as football, its just called a different name.
Pretty sure there wasnt any football at the 1908 Olympics
I', pretty sure it's at the spot of the kick
yes they are pretty good
For short distances, a female lion can reach 50 mph. That is pretty fast.