The Great Shift was directly responsible for the formation of the National Female football League, a group which became immensely popular both with the TV Networks, and with Vegas. Perhaps the most frustrating player for gamblers and fantasy football players in the new league was San Diego Quarterback Kelly “Dumb Blonde” Cooper.
Though possessing a good football mind, and an arm that could throw strikes down the field, Kelly had a terrible habit of throwing key interceptions when the game was on the line. She seemed to suffer from more bad luck on tipped balls and unseen safeties, than any other quarterback in the league.
Fortunately for Kelly, there was a large part of her fan base that supported her despite her football gaffs. Hay, dumb blondes can’t help their condition – it’s genetic.