Eagles Rookie Quarterback Does A Power Move

You might be asking yourself what’s a power move? Well, let us explain to you with this example. Earlier this week my buddy was closing out his tab at the bar, he then got his credit card out and dropped it on his bill, and then walked right out the door. He had no interest at all if the card would work OR to even get it back. He knew that he’d be back in that place at some point to get it and if the card didn’t work that would now become their problem. THIS is what we call a power move.

Now, let’s give you an example of what’s NOT a power move. My buddy was at the bar one night and was so drunk that when he went to pay his tab he left his credit card there. This is absolutely NOT a power move and a sad story that he should’ve kept to himself. Now that you know what a power move is we can talk about Eagles rookie quarterback Carson Wentz

Sep 11, 2016; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (11) audibles at the line of scrimmage against the Cleveland Browns during the first quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Carson Wentz went back back to his college’s hometown this past weekend during the Eagles bye week. He had a private party in the back room with some of his close friends. They ran up a bill of 1,000 dollars. Since Wentz is a big time NFL player now he covered the tab. But not only did Wentz cover the tab he then tipped the waitress 500 dollars, a 50% tip on a 1,000 dollar bill. When he left the restaurant he drove off in his 1996 pick up truck. This ladies and gentlemen is a 100% POWER MOVE. So for that we salute you Mr. Wentz.


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