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Old 10-06-2013   #1
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Default Good Article on Watt

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/97...-all-love-game

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Too often today, players care more about their status and their stardom than they do about the game. It is more about the paycheck, the cars, the jewelry, the clubs, the women. It is about being somebody, a name, a face, a celebrity, a star. It is less about doing a job, respecting the craft, attending to details and doing everything necessary from Monday to Sunday to win a game.

Some players say they love the game, but in reality they love what the game can do for them. They love that they can go out, draw attention and be somebody.

That's certainly not the case with Watt.
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