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    Quote Originally Posted by Idris View Post
    Funny how SJ way of playing isn't that efficent at the QB position.
    I can believe it. Successful high-level athletes (with NFL quarterbacks perhaps being the best example) are required to constantly adjust their tactics on the fly. There's no time for them to mentally check through a detailed list of things they should be doing in a given situation. They have to trust their "instincts," or whatever you want to call it, at any given moment. I could see an SJ having problems with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trentham View Post
    I can believe it. Successful high-level athletes (with NFL quarterbacks perhaps being the best example) are required to constantly adjust their tactics on the fly. There's no time for them to mentally check through a detailed list of things they should be doing in a given situation. They have to trust their "instincts," or whatever you want to call it, at any given moment. I could see an SJ having problems with that.
    Which is funny considering how many SJ football coaches are out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Which is funny considering how many SJ football coaches are out there.
    I think coaching requires a different skillset than executing plays and making things happen on the field does. That may be the reason why you don't see very many great players that end up as great coaches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Which is funny considering how many SJ football coaches are out there.
    Andy Reid is a big fat ISTJ.


    And I think that any introverted perception dominant would have a hard time being successful as a QB- as the reflecting is inward and are usually slow to project it out.

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    What type do you think Tony Romo is?

    I think he's an ESFP.

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    My reads:

    Rivers: ESTP
    Peyton Manning: ENTJ (dude's intense as fuck)
    Brees/Brady: ENFJ
    Cutler: ISTP
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    What about Roethlisberger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    What about Roethlisberger?
    ESTP

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    Brady is a ENxP for sure.

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    I reckon Brady is an ENFP. He is definitely an ENxP but he seems to be really soft and in his interviews gives off an ENFP vibe. I have also commonly seen him typed as an ENFP.

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