Not every team in the NFL has a franchise quarterback.
Ok, MOST NFL teams don’t have a franchise quarterback.
They’re difficult to find and even more difficult to develop. Just ask the Minnesota Vikings, the Washington Redskins, the Oakland Raiders, and the Kansas City Chiefs, to name only a few.
Another team one could add to the list is the Cleveland Browns. Not only has this team never made it to the Super Bowl (though they have been close, right, John Elway?), this team has been void of a quarterback who had any chance of leading the Browns to the promised land.
With last night’s announcement that the Washington Redskins had given away the farm to trade for this year’s first round second pick that once was the St. Louis Rams’ there were many fans in the league whose hearts sunk and minds raged.
What you will see below is one of those fans. His rant speaks for itself and should be viewed, if not for the entertainment value, but to understand what it might be like if your favorite team probably had a shot at pulling off what the Redskins did last night.
Packers fans who live with the security of a healthy Aaron Rodgers and years of success into the future have a difficult time understanding. But remember, we have also gone through the decades of failure brought on by a trade that involved John Hadl; we have played on through the years that included Scott Hunter, Jerry Tagge, David Whitehurst, Anthony Dilweg, and Blair Kiel.
So, yeah, many of us can understand.
Topics: Aaron Rodgers, Anthony Dilweg, Blair Kiel, Cleveland Browns, David Whitehurst, Green Bay Packers, Jerry Tagge, John Elway, John Hadl, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, Oakland Raiders, Scott Hunter, St. Louis Rams, Washington Redskins