Sunday, October 20, 2013
A photo taken at a Houston-based restaurant rounded the web recently because of its tongue-in-cheek dig at Texans quarterback, Matt Schaub.
The shop's sandwich board read:
Matt Schaub special - Pick Six - Toppings for you burger.
The clever idea got us thinking, what if pro quarterbacks actually moonlighted at your neighborhood deli?
So without further ado...
If Peyton Manning worked your local deli counter, orders would change last second and hit your hands before you looked up.
If Ben Roethlisberger worked your local deli counter, your pastrami on rye would end up sacked in a steaming heap.
If Geno Smith worked your local deli counter, Rex Ryan would insist a sub be named after him.
If Alex Smith worked your local deli counter, sandwiches would be quick and precise, but mostly under-appreciated.
If Cam Newton worked your local deli counter, the service would dazzle but leave you wanting more.
If Aaron Rodgers worked your local deli counter, it'd be high quality but relentless reviews by sports anchors would leave an unsavory taste.
If Jay Cutler worked your local deli counter, orders would fly out with extra mustard and a sprinkle of disdain.
If Tony Romo worked your local deli counter, all wrong orders would be blamed on him, even on his day off.
If Carson Palmer worked your local deli counter, the turnovers would stand out.
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