Doug Williams said he cried when he found out Mahomes and Hurts would play in Super Bowl | Said it was like Obama being elected
Black History Month is in full swing, and this month, we will witness two African-American quarterbacks facing off against one another for the first time in the Super Bowl.
Doug Williams was the first African-American quarterback to start in a Super Bowl and win.
If Hurts wins the Super Bowl he will become only the fourth quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl.
Doug Williams was pumped up when both Hurts and Mahomes made it. As a matter of fact he says it brought him to tears.
“I had tears of joy in my eye because I had an opportunity to witness this,” the former Washington signal-caller said.
“Sit there, and just look at it, and say to myself, ‘Man, we got two Black quarterbacks playing in the Super Bowl.'”
“Things like that,” Williams said, “give me joy. Give me chills.” “It was like Obama being elected”