A pro football because the quarterback is used to throwing the pro football and not a Nerf football.
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Jerry Rice or George Blanda
Pro Quarterback happened in 1992.
Pro Quarterback was created in 1992-12.
Yes. The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio in 1989, his first year of eligibility.
Easy: that was George Blanda who played quarterback and kicker in college and in professional football. He has the record of the most seasons played at 26. George, at the time of his retirement, had scored more points than any other football player.
The history of Pro football in the United States includes its first game in 1895. The first game was played in Pennsylvania and the quarterback was paid 10 dollars per game.
DQB stands for Dual-Threat QB; It's a quarterback who can run or throw... Mike Vick PQB stands for Pro-Style QB; it's your classic pocket passer... Tom Brady
Johnny Unites (pro football quarterback)