Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Prepare for the NFL Draft

Every year, prospective NFL players take the Wonderlic Personnel Test, which tests problem solving ability and is considered a decent measure of overall intelligence.

Try out a mini-version here. I got 7 out of 9 correct, which correlates to a 39. Same as Brian Griese, and more than double Dan Marino.

Here's a blog post which lists many players' reported scores. Tom did better than Peyton, but Eil beat them both. And Vince Young? Ouch.

In other news, a 4-year old gets ABSOLUTELY DRILLED by a wide receiver during a game in Colorado. He's okay, so you don't have to feel too guilty if you laugh at the video. Um, allowing little kids to roam around on the field during football games? Maybe not such a good idea.

5 comments:

Tina said...

That video is not okay. NOT Okay. Seriously, how did the kid not snap his head?

Neal said...

8 of 9; should have gone 9 for 9. I knew I could have been a NFL quarterback, or at least a contenda.

S said...

7 out of 9 because the stupid time ran out.

Amanda said...

Eileen, my boss thinks you're an awful person for implying that anyone would laugh at the kid...

eileen said...

Your boss is right.

Mwwwuuuhahahahaha!

(I only laughed after I read that the kid wasn't seriously injured.)