Julian Edelman now has the respected 2019 Super Bowl MVP award to place high on his résumé. Interestingly, the Julian Edelman’s story has not been a bowl of cherries…
In 2009, he was a disappointing 7th Round, 232 draft pick. He experienced a heartbreaking possible career-ending injury. NFL Pro Bowl Voters never selected Eldelman for a single NFL Pro Bowl appearance. Also, many Sports Analyst considered Edelman to be small in comparison to the size of many other NFL wide receivers who fit the mold of a Football Hall of Famer.
Nevertheless, in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium Sunday, Edelman added to postseason numbers that are second-best in NFL history, behind only the Football Hall of Famer, Jerry Rice.
The bottom line is that despite Edelman’s past and doubters, he has consistently, Came Up Big When It Has Counted The Most.
Edelman’s simple yet powerful words, after winning the Superbowl, “Tough times don’t last, tough people do”. Underscores why I believe that it is vital to Come Up Big When It Counts Most.
Although we have experienced failures and successes in life, we are committed to supporting other families in immediate need of support.
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In closing, I share with you a letter from one of our sponsored sisters for inspiration today. BE INSPIRED!
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