Found May 27, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
The year is 1970 and the Pittsburgh Steelers have the first pick in the draft and choose a big strapping young blonde haired quarterback out of Louisiana Tech by the name of Terry Paxton Bradshaw. When you are the number one pick in the NFL draft you are looked at to produce almost instantly and when those results do not come right away, the powers that be want to know why... Read more
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