Gingers Do Have Souls

23 04 2011

Should a Quarterback not be drafted because he’s a ginger? Well, one team thinks so.  One NFL executive told Sports Illustrated recently, that when considering Dalton, one red (hi-yo!) flag caught his attention.

Gingers do have souls.

“Has there ever been a red-headed quarterback in the NFL who’s really done well?” It sounds idiotic, but is there any way that could be a factor? We’ve wondered.”

Whatever team this guy belongs too should probably just fire this guy, not for his statements but for not knowing his NFL history.  When trying to think of ginger Quarterbacks, 2 pretty damn good players come to mind.  Archie Manning, who despite playing for the Saints during their dark years, was a pretty productive quarterback and this one guy they actually called “Red”, what was his name, oh yeah, Sonny fucking Jurgensen.  Hall of Fame quarterback! His fucking nickname is Red!

Not to drop historical quotes on you Executive Unknown, but those that do not know their history are doomed to repeat it.  If you seriously believe that there was never a good red-headed quarterback in the league, then you don’t know the history of the game, the game that is your profession.  Not to say Andy Dalton is going to be a Hall of Fame QB, but c’mon bro, to say you might pass on him because of his hair color is just plain ridiculous.  You clearly hate gingers, and are oppressing them and thier kind.  Always trying to keep the gingers down.  Think this guy was touched inapprioately by a ginger when he was younger? Yeah, that’s it.

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