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  1. BQBL: Skinny Josh Freeman's Summer Jam Screen Debut

    David Jacoby

    With all the rookie quarterbacks in the NFL BQBL this year, you'd think that there would be more fresh faces on the BQBL Summer Jam Screen. Aside from the artist currently known as Ryan Lindley, the rookie crop has been more or less serviceable. The ...

    Blog | December 18, 2012
  2. BQBL: A Running Diary of the Jets-Cardinals Quarterback Failure C...

    David Jacoby

    Ladies and gentlemen, this year's BQBL Bowl is over. It wasn't the BQBL points scored in the Jets-Cardinals game that made it special. There's no way to appropriately quantify this brand of failure, no stat that captures how terrified each quarterbac...

    Blog | December 04, 2012
  3. BQBL: Ryan TAINTehill Makes His Long-Awaited Debut

    David Jacoby

    Wait, what? Blaine Gabbert threw a game-winning touchdown pass? Andy Dalton and RG3 combined for 69 real-life points? Ryan Pickspatrick had three touchdowns and ZERO interceptions? There wasn't a 50-point BQBL scorer? What the hell happened this week...

    Blog | September 25, 2012
  4. Bad Quarterback League Reader Feedback

    David Jacoby

    Sarah Larimer is the co-editor The Triangle, she knows I am sensitive and didn't have the heart to tell me that no one wrote in about the BQBL this week. There is a very good chance that the below e-mails are just Sarah pretending to be readers and w...

    Blog | November 11, 2011
  5. Week 1 of the BQBL: Really, Donovan McNabb?

    David Jacoby

    The Bad Quarterback League has twisted the lens through which we watch the NFL. Never before has anyone been so excited for Tarvaris Jackson to take the field, or so shocked when Alex Smith repeatedly completed passes to members of his own team. And ...

    Blog | September 13, 2011
  6. Introducing Grantland's Bad Quarterback League

    David Jacoby

    There is too much attention and praise showered on the modern elite quarterback. The Tom Bradys, Peyton Mannings and Aaron Rodgers of the league are celebrated as genius demigods, just because they can make split-second decisions and deliver precise ...

    Blog | September 07, 2011