Our favorite player is Kareem Jackson

It can be said that American football is the most popular sport in America. This team sport has a greater attraction than football. 

The national American football league (abbreviated as NFL) is organized for men with 32 participating teams. This tournament started in 1920 and went through two mergers with the AAFC (American Football Rugby League) and AFC (American Football League). 

This tournament takes place from the first Thursday of September and ends on the first Sunday of February next year. This tournament has 3 phases: The beginning of the season takes place about 2 weeks at the end of August, the official season takes place in 3 months to the new year and the playoffs takes place in 1 month of next year. This sport is also considered an indispensable dish of the American people. 

I and many of my friends are passionate about American football, although there are not many opportunities to challenge this sport but we are always watching the matches, especially Kareem Jackson is the room athlete. Our favorite player.

Kareem Jackson

Kareem Jackson (born April 10, 1988) is an American football strong safety for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Alabama. He was drafted by the Houston Texans in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft.
Jackson attended Westside High School. As a senior, he mainly played running back and compiled 1,436 rushing yards with 20 touchdowns and nine receptions for 256 yards with two receiving touchdowns.
Following high school, Jackson attended Fork Union Military Academy, where he converted from running back to cornerback.

Considered a four-star recruit by Rivals.com, Jackson was listed as the No. 17 prep school prospect in 2007.
As a true freshman, Jackson started in 12 of 13 games for the Crimson Tide. He ranked second on the team with three interceptions on the season and was fourth with four pass breakups. Jackson recorded 66 tackles on the season, good for fifth-best on the team. He subsequently received Freshman All-American honors.
Jackson was eighth on the team in tackles with 44, including 28 solo stops, as a sophomore in 2008. He registered ten pass breakups on the year with one interception.
As a junior in 2009, Jackson started in all 14 games and was fifth on the team with 49 tackles. He had one interception and broke up 13 passes during the 2009 season.
On January 15, 2010, Jackson declared he would forgo his senior season and enter the NFL Draft.
Coming out of Alabama, Jackson was invited to the NFL Combine and completed the entire workout and all required drills. He was satisfied with his combine performance and chose to only partake in positional drills at Alabama’s Pro Day. After he performed well, he was projected by the majority of analysts and scouts to be drafted in the first or second round. In a deep cornerback draft, he was ranked the fifth best cornerback and 32nd overall prospect by NFLDraftScout.com. He was listed as the fourth best cornerback on WalterFootball.com’s scouting report. Sports Illustrated also listed him as the fourth best cornerback in the draft, behind Joe Haden, Kyle Wilson, and Devin McCourty.

The Texans finished 6–10 and was ranked last in the league in passing defense.[13] Football Outsiders ranked him 68th (47%) in success rating and PFF gave him a -10.3 in pass coverage. His average QB rating for opposing quarterbacks was 111.8.
Jackson had his best statistical season of his career in 2012. In comparison, Johnathan Joseph was named to the Pro Bowl although he had only five more combined tackles than Jackson and had two interceptions to Jackson’s four. He was ranked the seventh-best cornerback in coverage rating (+13.4) according to Pro Football Focus. Football Outsiders Almanac 2013 ranked him twelfth in success rate (59%) among all qualified cornerbacks and the QB rating for opposing quarterbacks targeting Jackson was an average of 69.6.
Jackson finished the season with 56 combined tackles and nine deflected passes in 14 starts and 14 games. PFF gave him a -4.3 pass coverage grade and he allowed a 106.1 QBR. He was ranked 81st (42%) in success rate by Football Outsiders. The Houston Texans finished the season with a 2–14 record and head coach Gary Kubiak was fired in Week 15.
The Houston Texans finished with a 9-7 record and finished first in the AFC South. In the AFC Wildcard game, Jackson made seven combined tackles and deflected a pass as they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 30–0.
After finishing first in the AFC South with a 9–7 record, Jackson made four combined tackles in a 27–14 Wild Card Round victory over the Oakland Raiders.
He was thrown into the starting lineup after Johnathan Joseph left during the second quarter with a shoulder injury and Kevin Johnson left after suffering a MCL sprain. Jackson led the Texans with seven combined tackles and had his first career sack on Bengals’ quarterback Andy Dalton. Jackson remained a starter, in the absence of Kevin Johnson, who was out for four-six weeks.
In the offseason following organized team activities, head coach Bill O’Brien announced that Jackson would be moved to free safety full time. The move was made after Jackson’s struggles at cornerback the previous season and starter Andre Hal was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Despite this statement, Jackson started all 16 games at cornerback in 2018.

The idol’s sweatshirt 

Printing idol pictures on sweatshirt is one of the hottest hobbies of young people in the world. Not only is an outfit that helps you stand out from the crowd, but your idol is also listed on the list of gifts to give to your friends especially on Christmas, birthday or New Year.

The more developed society, the higher the human needs. On social networks (facebook, zalo, telegram, …,) we all encounter images with names or pictures of idols. Many young people forget to eat, to sleep, to chase idols dreams

You can give your friends or relatives these gifts, it would be great if your loved ones also admire Kareem Jackson  . Wish you will find the right gifts for you and your friends and your family. 

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