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And the Atlanta Falcons choose to draft...Sarah Archer!
The first practice of the season...
Oh no! i threw an interception! i'm never going to be good enough!
The phone rang on the table. I didn't know what to do until my dad nudged my shoulder and pointed at the phone. Today was the day I would know if my dreams would come true and I would become the first women quarter back ever. I slowly lifted the phone to my ear, "hello," I said nervously. "Hello Ms. Archer! we are pleased to welcome you to the Atlanta Falcons!" the head coach said. "Thank you sir! Im excited to be on the team!"I practically yelled, he then hung up after exchanging a few more words with me. as the reporter started announcing my name, I felt a buzz of excitement knowing I was starting a new chapter in my life as A professional quarterback.
The next week, we started practice. I excelled at the fitness testing but now we were going to be practicing game-like situations. I was nervous to say the least. we all got into place and the linesmen waited for the magic words, "HIKE!" I yelled. the ball landed in my hands , I saw my wide receiver open running down the sidelines. I aired the ball-a perfect spiral- towards him when a defender intercepted the pass. I was shocked and most of all, disappointed. Im never going to be good enough o thought to myself. then my center nick, came overto me, "hey don't worry about it," he said "its your first practice, you'll get better." and I actually believed him.
It was the first game of the season and it was against the Carolina Panthers. This was a deciding game for me to see if I will do good in this league. as we went onto the field I was feeling confident because I knew all of the guys accepted me and didn't care that I was a girl. for some reason I knew that we would win. ~flash forward to the end of the game~ Final score- Atlanta:56 Carolina:7. I think this is going to be a good season.
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