So why beat down a kid because he has “the wrong throwing motion”? “He isn’t the future QB of the team”.
I back the underdog. I back the kid who is making a difference OFF the field. He is my favorite QB of all time because he does not back down when people tell him that his “personal religious beliefs” aren’t appropriate at news conferences. I back the kid that stays after practice to throw more passes.
Is winning THAT important? Or is standing up for someone who actually makes a difference on this earth?