Doug Flutie has made a career out of captivating audiences. He is well-known for completing one of the most famous passes in football history during the “Hail Flutie” game, where the 5’9″ Doug Flutie completed a 63-yard desperation pass with only seconds left to defeat the University of Miami in 1984. This game capped off a senior season that resulted in Flutie winning the Heisman trophy. After graduating from college, Flutie bounced around between the NFL and
USFL for a few years and then decided to play in the Canadian Football League in 1990. In the CFL, Flutie was a three-time Grey Cup champion, three-time Grey Cup MVP, six-time CFL Most Outstanding Player, and six-time CFL All-Star. After thoroughly dominating in Canada, Flutie would sign with the Buffalo Bills in 1998 and make it to the Pro Bowl after his first NFL season in almost a decade. Flutie would finish out his professional career playing for the Bills, Chargers, and Patriots. He is now a College Football Hall of Famer, Canadian Football Hall of Famer, and was ranked as the best Canadian Football League player of all-time in 2006. Now that he is retired from playing football, Flutie works tirelessly on the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism, an organization that helps families affected by Autism.
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