Back in his playing days, Randall Cunningham was a true football pioneer, transcending how the quarterback position was played. Coming into the league as a second-round pick from UNLV, Randall overcame doubters and would-be tacklers to throw for 29,979 yards and 4,928 yards rushing (2nd all-time).
It was sometime back in 2010. A Tuesday in October to be exact. Like a 16 year old on MTV, I just HAD to have that new CD on the first day it came out. Problem is… I was stuck at work all day. No big deal, I could just call my friend (let’s call him Tebow) and have him do me a favor. Next problem… this isn’t the genre of suited for the average adult male. If you were a bystander and could only hear what Tebow was saying, the conversation went a little like this, “hey whats up?...sure man, what do you need?...yeah, which cd?...you’re kidding, right?... absolutely not.” After a little begging and pleading, he did me a solid and delivered the goods. He even had to purchase an unwanted, more masculine CD in order to save face at the register.