Family Feud host Steve Harvey was so disgusted with an answer on a football-related question that the beloved comedian even threw his question card in disgust.
In a recent episode of the popular game show, competitors were asked who their favorite quarterback is in terms of desirability. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady was the first and No. 1 answer by a wide margin (58 points).
The next competitor answered with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, which garnered four points. The third guess? Former Oakland Raiders head coach John Madden, who NEVER played quarterback.
Needless to say, Harvey couldn’t hold back from sharing his honest thoughts on the answer (the segment begins at 0:56).
For what it’s worth, the remaining answers were retired Hall of Famers Brett Favre (nine points), Joe Montana (seven points) and Joe Namath (six points) and Denver Broncos signal-caller Russell Wilson (three points).
Madden, a standout offensive tackle at Cal Poly, was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in 1958. Unfortunately, a broken collarbone and a subsequent knee injury cut his playing career short.
Nonetheless, Madden went on to become one of the most influential figures in the history of American sports. Aside from his Hall of Fame career as a coach, Madden was a driving force behind the timeless Madden video game franchise that millions of fans enjoy playing today.
After his coaching career, Madden entered the broadcast booth and formed a successful tandem alongside Pat Summerall at CBS. He later worked for FOX Sports, ABC on the Monday Night Football broadcast and the NBC Sports Sunday Night Football program from 2006 to 2008 before retiring.