New Orleans Linemen Zack Strief and Jon Stinchcomb

New Orleans Linemen Zack Strief and Jon Stinchcomb


I’m New Orleans Saints offensive lineman,
Jon Stinchcomb. I’m New Orleans Saints lineman,
Zach Strief. Some people say my job
on the football field is simple. Hit the man in front of me and
move him out of the way. Of course, he’s trying to do
the same thing to me. That’s why I have to plan carefully. How am I going to move and use my momentum
and power and acceleration against him? An astronaut can feel three times
the force of gravity during a shuttle launch. That is nothing compared to a tackle, Which can be as high as one hundred g’s. Few things can match the g-forces
of a wicked football hit. It is all about force and acceleration of mass. It’s a lot like the engineers who figured out
how to launch an Apollo rocket as a big as a thirty-six-story building
to the moon. They had to use a lot of science
to make it move and I use the same science and laws of motion
to make that lineman in front of me move. Science can do that for you; help you
move rockets as big as buildings and even NFL linemen
who sometimes seem as big as buildings.

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