Eagles center Jason Kelce was unable to hold back his emotions after the Eagles won the Super Bowl against the Patriots.
Speaking to the media, Kelce said he found himself in the shower crying, because he was dreaming of the moment he won a Super Bowl.
Kelce would go on to talk about how nobody believed in the Eagles during the season, and explained that he couldn’t help but be emotional after overcoming all the doubters.
Kelce was picked in the sixth round of the 2011 NFL draft by the Eagles. He’s made a pair of Pro Bowls in 2014 and 2016, and was a first-team All-Pro in 2017. Despite not being highly recruited out of high school, he’s reached the pinnacle of football, and helped bring Philadelphia its first Super Bowl.
He’s reportedly been getting some encouragement to go into “acting” by none other than The Rock and Sylvester Stallone, a man who made a career out of grunting on screen. There’s millions of dollars to be made for an ambitious muscle head, and it’s a lot easier on a person’s long-term health than the game of football.
Injuries are also said to be a factor for Gronk. He’s only 29, but has dealt with injuries throughout his career, dating back to college.
Gronk will make as much as $9 million next season. He could probably generate that much and more in the same period with the right career moves in Hollywood.
We’ve already had a taste of Gronk the actor. He starred in a fictional trailer for A Gronking to Remember, Lacey Noonan’s soft-core fantasy book.
Once the sheet is all set up, find out how many people in your party are playing and get them to buy squares (one dollar per square is usually the entry price, but it can vary from group to group) until all 100 squares are filled up. There are also online game sites that can make things a little easier to organize.
Now that you have the sheet and players, draw numbers at random from 0-9 to fill out the top and left rows. This determines which two digits will be on each and every square.
From here, the game can go different ways depending on which rules parties want to use. The most popular method is to use the final score, and hand out the pot based on the last digit of each team’s score. For instance, if the New England Patriots beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 31-24, the player with both “1” and “4” in their square gets the prize money.