The Quarterback Position: Creating a False Impetus

May 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Many NFL fans are brainwashed into believing that the Quarterback position is the most important ingredient to a championship team, despite players like Ty Law, Darren Sharper, Ray Lewis, Dwight Freeney, Darrelle Revis and so on.
Over the years we have seen terrible Quarterbacks such as Jake Delhomme and Trent Dilfer play in the Superbowl behind great defenses and solid running games. Yet the Quarterback seems to get all the praise for a teams success, and in some cases blame for a lack thereof.
It is more profitable for the NFL to promote one player as the "Face" of the franchise in order to manipulate the minds of the simpleton fan into believing that one player can make the difference to a championship team.
Lets face it Nation: there are only about three "elite" QBs in the league, and you ain't gettin' any of them. Ever.
People like to throw out names like Donovan McNabb and Aaron Rodgers, but realistically, what have they ever won?
These so called "elite"...

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