Debate: Could Lebron James Play In The NFL?

Caleb R.Contributor IJuly 2, 2009

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Today, Tyler and John face off in a gloves-off fight on this hot topic (The Loser Gets Benched).

Tyler Says Yes: Man, he was an all-state receiver and he is 6-06 260 pounds (like my opponent, here) he would make an amazing tight end in the NFL. C'Mon, you have to agree with me, here.

John Says No: Just 'cause he was an all-state receiver doesn't mean nothing. Half of the all-state receivers don't even play college ball. And, Tyler, have you ever even played football? It isn't exactly that easy to get into football-shape. So, No, Lebron James COULD NOT play in the NFL.

Well, guys, this was a tough one but, John earns immunity for the next debate and Tyler gets benched. Dan and Pat will take off the gloves next.

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