Huck And Molly Ziegler: I wish I had been an atheist football player. Then I could've just thanked my parents for setting good examples, my coaches for teaching me the fundamentals of the game, my big brothers for making me tough, my teammates for totally helping me to make the plays, and the fans for supporting us all by buying tickets to the games.
Nabb1: Nadie_AZ: What the f* is wrong this guy? Why does he get so much attention?I don't think there is anything "wrong" with him, necessarily, apart from his QB skills at the NFL level. He seems to be a good kid, a hard worker, always quick to accept blame for failures and share credit for successes, never has an ill word to say about anyone, positive attitude. Sports media types seem to obsess about him for some reason. Sure, he lays the Jesus stuff on really thick, but so did Danny Wuerffel, and he was a better pro QB. (Also, Wuerffel has done some marvelous charity work in New Orleans over the years, particularly in the Ninth Ward, so I can't say anything bad about that man, either.)
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