‘Monday-Morning Quarterback’ Has a History Almost as Long as the NFL
It didn’t take long for fans to become experts in the game of second-guessing
“Monday morning quarterback” is a great phrase for economists to use in talking about “ex post” and “ex ante” and about “hindsight bias.”
Professional football began 100 years ago, and fans started critiquing the plays soon after. Now those ‘grandstand quarterbacks’ have a different name.
New Word on the Street for
: Monday Morning Quarterback. I was so excited because second guessing is my favorite hobby.
Professional football began 100 years ago, and fans started critiquing the plays soon after. Now, as
explains, those ‘grandstand quarterbacks’ have a different name.
In this weekend's
Review section: football season is here again, and with it comes the second-guessing of the "Monday morning quarterback." I take a deep dive into the history of the phrase and its many variations.
With the NFL celebrating its 100th season, for the
I look back at the history of the "Monday morning quarterback." Or as the second-guessing fan used to be called when college football was the top draw, the "Sunday morning quarterback." #NFL100