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(YouTube) Video Installment 34 of Hidden Sports Talent: Allen Iverson can throw a football 60 yards   ( divider line
    More: Video, Allen Iverson, NFL, John Stockton, Michael Vick, athleticism, Donovan McNabb, Sixers, double play  
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Allen Iverson Football Long Throw 60 yards in Philadelphia Eagle Stadium *NFL (1997)

Allen Iverson said in an interview that he was a better high school quarterback than Michael Vick.

It's one of several interesting answers that Iverson gave to Dan Patrick in a Q&A published in the current edition of Sports Illustrated. The Q&A is from Patrick's interview with Iverson for Patrick's radio show.

Iverson was an oustanding high school quarterback in Virginia, just as Vick was in the same state. A.I. does acknowledge that he would not have been as good a college quarterback as Vick, who spent last season as backup quarterback for the Eagles.

Iverson, who is back in Philadelphia with the Sixers, said Donovan McNabb deserves a chance to win a Super Bowl with the Eagles. Iverson said people "need to to let everything calm down and let everyone get over the loss and think about it. Donovan has been great on and off the field."

In terms of his game, A.I. said he is now using his " John Stockton basketball skills, as far as thinking the game out" and not just relying on his physical ability.

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