Found September 15, 2012 on Denver Sports Chat:
Denver, CO. So what exactly is a “knucklehead QB”? Well, it can mean a lot of different things actually. It could describe a QB who never realizes his full potential because of a lack of work ethic. It could mean a QB who obviously lacks the brains to match his talents. It could also potentially depict a QB who has blown a huge opportunity, mainly because he just didn’t show that he wanted to succeed badly enough. Quite honestly, a “knucklehead QB” could also portray a signal caller who is known for doing an idiotic thing or two while on the field. So with these definitions, let’s take a look at the 7 biggest knucklehead QB’s in the history of the NFL…… 1 – Art Schlichter - The then Baltimore Colts selected Schlichter with the 4th overall pick of the 1982 draft out of Ohio State. As a 4 year starter there, he finished in the top 3 in the Heisman Trophy voting three times. The Colts chose him and were hoping he would be their QB for the next decade. Rumors of a gambl...
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