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This high-tech football can tell you how good a quarterback you are

If you’ve ever wanted an exact measurement on how good your spiral is, or needed proof that you are better at throwing the football than your friend, Wilson has you covered with its new $199 smart football. The " Wilson X Connected Football," as it’s formally known, is both fun and frustrating. The “fun” comes from how many different things the ball can tell you. It tells you how tight and fast your spiral is, the length and velocity of your throws, and even a combined rating of how good a quarterback you are.
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