Should Your Quarterback Grow A Beard To Play Better? Research Says Yes
The best quarterback in the NFL right now, Peyton Manning, has never had facial hair. Not once in his entire career.
But other quarterbacks? They alternate between clean shaven and scruff and full-blown beards (namely Kyle Orton and Ryan Fitzpatrick).
Does having a beard affect how a quarterback plays? According to a study conducted by West Coast Shaving, when a man is letting it grow like a man should, he slings like a boss.
Don’t believe me? Check it out yourself.
Those are some of the best quarterbacks in the league, playing a shit ton be=tter when they’ve got a beard growing. So all you RGIII fans (me included), tell him to stop shaving. Maybe that’s been his problem all along.