Ability to move past failure makes a good NFL quarterback great
By 710Sports.com staff
To become one of the 32 starting quarterbacks in the National Football League takes skill, patience and hard work. But it’s just as hard for a quarterback to maintain their starting status with a new crop of players entering the league each and every year.
One quarterback who has consistently proved himself every season is Matt Hasselbeck. The ability to overcome obstacles and forget about past failures is what makes Hasselbeck so great, according to Brock Huard.
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