I would have never thought the following to be an issue."For us, it's harder to slow down right now," Kelce said. "The reason for that is that we practice so much at a high tempo because that's the way we plan to play for the most part. When we slow down and start huddling, that's, generally speaking, when we start to make a few mistakes. It's just the way we practice. The culture of our building is a fast-paced culture. We still got to be able to slow it down. That's the way you close out games."
Haven't read the article yet, but I can certainly appreciate the green shorts.That chick is smoking, and I miss being in college and a current D-1 athlete (grad school is just not he same).