Survey: Nearly Half Of Fans Think Football Teams Could Improve By Going All In On One Quarterback


By Jackson McRobotface

NEW YORK—A poll released Sunday by the Public Religion Research Institute found that more than half of fans believe the NFL could improve by going all in on one quarterback. “Our findings indicate that nearly two-thirds of NFL fans believe the league could improve its quarterback situation by building a complete team around one quarterback,” said the study’s lead author, Dr. Tanya Schlesinger, who noted that a majority of surveyed fans also believe that a quarterback would be the most important player on the team in the short term and could ultimately lead the team to the Super Bowl. “In addition, nearly one-third of fans believe the NFL could improve its quarterback situation by simply bringing in another player currently playing for the team and promising that they will eventually become the team’s true starter. This belief is held by nearly two-thirds of fans.” Schlesinger added that a majority of fans also believe that the NFL could drastically improve its quarterback situation by simply signing a player with a ton of Super Bowl rings and saying “I’ll sign him to a nice, long-term deal.”

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