Being drafted #1 overall as a quarterback in the NFL usually means you will become one of two things...boom or bust. While there are a few examples of guys like Carson Palmer and Alex Smith who fall somewhere in the middle, you usually gets busts like JaMarcus Russell or Tim Couch, or booms like Terry Bradshaw or Peyton Manning. Let's take a look at the top 10 Quarterbacks Drafted #1 in NFL History.
Magic Johnson and his group of investors were awarded the struggling Los Angeles Dodgers late Tuesday night. It’s the latest business investment in Johnson’s post-retirement portfolio and comes at a pretty hefty sum of $2 billion.
New Orleans Saints fans should all be gratetful this Christmas that Drew Brees plays for the black and gold. If the Who Dat nation could unwrap a present every year that contained a trip to the postseason, Santa's job would be a little easier. One thing that makes Brees great is his clutch play in the fourth quarter of games. If he continues his pace, he could go down as one of the best fourth quarter quarterbacks of all-time. For now, here are the top 5.
John Elway, executive VP of football operations for the Denver Broncos, will not commit to current Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. Tebow has won 3 of his 4 starts this season, and as a result, thrust the Broncos back into the AFC West race. Former starter Kyle Orton was given his freedom by Elway Tuesday, being claimed off waivers 24 hours later by the Kansas City Chiefs. If you think this is a sign he's comitted to Tebow, you would be wrong.
Apparently Hall-of-Fame quarterback John Elway is not a fan of punk music. How else do you explain the anger John displayed when he learned of a punk band called...Elway. John Elway isn't too happy about a little known punk group using his surname.
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