Sunday, November 25, 2007

For Sale: Ultra-hot QB


http://cleveland.craigslist.org/spo/489390960.html

Reply to: sale-489390960@craigslist.org
Date: 2007-11-25, 10:05PM EST

I am selling: 1 ultra-sexy, hardly ever been used quarterback.



He's still in good condition, I just don't need him anymore as I've found a suitable replacement. And I might just not use him, so the savings get passed on to you!

This quarterback is still brand new, hardly even out of his wrapper. Still in mint condition. He has rock-hard abs, a wild mane of hair, and a smile that could power all of Euclid.

He has appeared in a few Subway commercials and some sort of Gillette promotion. Other than that, he hardly has a scratch on him. He's still in tip-top shape.

He's been described as a young-colt by those in the know, so you better get him now while you can.

He looks great holding a clip board, doing the YMCA, singing "Walking in Memphis" or just sitting around, waiting for him to be called upon. In fact, he's gotten very good at that last thing.

You can use him however you want. Prop him up for decoration, use him as the greatest wingman of all time, or shoot, even put him in an NFL game.

I am selling him for high draft picks, a defensive tackle, OBO.

Thank you for your interest.

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2 comments:

Adam said...

hilarious!

you have that much hope in DA, eh?

gk said...

Those nazis over at craigslist took the posting down.

Yes, I believe in DA. I believe that finding a competent NFL QB is the toughest thing for a franchise to do. And once you finally have one, I'm of the belief that you hold onto him like grim death.

And Derek Anderson is a competent NFL quarterback.

Sure, he drives us crazy sometimes with his decisions and he's got no touch on his short passes, but he's still really young and those are correctable mistakes.

The point is, there is a cache of quarterbacks, more highly touted than Brady Quinn, that have flamed out.