#11 John Fourcade Image: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-_aC-Q8Xdcfs/TiWuCQeCiLI/AAAAAAAAAQw/rTFWqgCDoNE/s1600/JohnFourcade3.jpg Image: http://images.sportscarddatabase.com/0/500000/500000/503000/503125.jpg
Fourcade played as an undrafted free agent in 4 games as a backup to Joe Paopao for the British Columbia Lions in 1983. As a career journeyman quarterback, he played for the 1984 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) and the 1985 Memphis Showboats (USFL) before being signed as a free agent by the New York Giants in May 1986. He then played for the 1987 Denver Dynamite in the Arena Football League. In 1987, he led the Saints to a 2-1 replacement game record and made the regular roster. Over his career, Fourcade passed for 2,312 yards in 24 games for the Saints, with a passer rating of 70.1. He was waived by the Saints in Jul. 1991. In 1993 he played for the Miami Hooters of the AFL. In 2001, he was the general manager, head coach and played in the National Indoor Football League for the Mississippi Fire Dogs.
Fourcade currently serves as an NFL football analyst for WDSU (NBC) New Orleans.
Fourcade was the first QB I really remember watching. I was in 5th grade in '87, and there are a lot of details I don't remember about that season. But I remember the strike and I remember him.