Lloyd turned down the offer to kick in the preseason-she's otherwise booked with the USWNT's friendly match tonight against Portugal. Clay Travis applauds the analogy and says that we should all pursue our biggest dreams, but some are not going to happen no matter how much we put our minds to it.
He's willing and able to help the soccer star with her path to the National Football League "if it's something she really wants to do".
Carli Lloyd had a goal and an assist in front of her hometown fans, and the US women's national team continued its post-World Cup victory tour with a 4-0 win over Portugal in front of a record crowd on Thursday night.
Few players enjoyed Thursday night more than Lloyd.
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The two-time Federation Internationale de Football Association player of the year scored early in the second half to make it 3-0, before celebrating by flapping her arms like an eagle. When she came out and was just casually knocking down 55-yarders with basically ideal rotation, that's not an easy thing to do, especially on the skinny goalposts. All the debate, if you will, that has come about from a bunch of keyboard warriors, it's kind of ridiculous. Thursday's game was the second on a so-called "victory tour" for the team that clinched the World Cup in France in July. Definitely, a soccer player (who must have the capacity to toss the ball from the sideline) would toll superior to, state, Garo Yepremian in Super Bowl VII. They both feel that I could do it and should consider it. "There is a reason for it".
Hauschka, who signed a two-year, $8 million extension with the Bills on Wednesday, said it took him "about a year" to get used to kicking a football - although he says he's still learning, even in his 12th NFL season. Do you think we're heading toward that?
"If fans like this are everywhere and continue to show support and spend money on tickets and jerseys and stuff like that, I think it's just showing our value and that's really great".
Andersen was as good as it gets at the kicker position during his career.