Sunday, November 05, 2006
A star is born. Of course, the sports writer might be biased. The mighty Steelers of the local flag football league won their first game after 4 defeats. It was clear to this writer that the big difference was Robert Kirk playing both halves at quarterback.
Used sparingly in his previous outings, it was clear that this young player was poised at all times and possessed leadership skills. As he has shown at center in BBall and catcher in baseball, he has a real sense of the whole field of play, and makes very few mental errors.