Former NFL QB Vince Young Wonders Why So Many ‘Garbage’ QB’s Got More Chances Than Him (VIDEO)
With a career 31-19 record, former NFL QB Vince Young often sits by and wonders why he only got to showcase his talent for six seasons after a standout career with the Texas Longhorns, while other ‘garbage’ quarterbacks continue to a 10+ year career while being absolutely terrible at what they do.
Young, who last played in 2011 for the Philadelphia Eagles, recently sat down with Sports Illustrated and talked about these trash QB’s and why his career was so short-lived.
“Even when he exposes his vulnerabilities, revealing that he’s barely watched any football since he retired, he can’t help but say, “I’d see a quarterback and be like, Dude is garbage, and I’m over here in the kitchen cooking turkey necks!?” He’s reminded that the Cardinals recently signed Blaine Gabbert, a first-round failure who never achieved Young’s success, and he pounces: “Exactly. I hate to name-drop, but [Ryan] Fitzpatrick is still playing!? He leads the league in interceptions, and he’s still f—— getting paid? I mean, what the f— is going on?” (Fitzpatrick was third in picks last year, but Young has a point.)”