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Bradshaw was a handsome young man. Hard to argue with 4 rings
While a member of the 49ers, Montana started and won four Super Bowls and was the first player ever to have been named Super Bowl Most Valuable Player three times. He also holds Super Bowl career records for most passes without an interception (122 in 4 games) and the all-time highest quarterback rating of 127.8.

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Just wait till you see what Jimmy G does.
 

freestoneangler

Not to be confused with Freestone
While a member of the 49ers, Montana started and won four Super Bowls and was the first player ever to have been named Super Bowl Most Valuable Player three times. He also holds Super Bowl career records for most passes without an interception (122 in 4 games) and the all-time highest quarterback rating of 127.8.

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Just wait till you see what Jimmy G does.
Just another elite product from the elite program called Notre Dame.
 
Some real great ones listed here. AFTER Joe. Screw Notre Dame.


2017 Brandon Wimbush Jr. September 2 7 6-1
Ian Book So. October 7 1 1-0
2016 DeShone Kizer So. 12 4-8
2015 DeShone Kizer Fr. September 19 11 8-3
Malik Zaire Jr. 2 2-0
2014 Everett Golson Sr. 12 7-5
Malik Zaire So. December 30 1 1-0
2013 Tommy Rees Sr. 13 9-4
2012 Tommy Rees Jr. 2 2-0
Everett Golson So. September 1 11 10-1
2011 Tommy Rees So. 12 8-4
Dayne Crist Sr. 1 0-1
2010 Tommy Rees Fr. November 13 4 4-0
Dayne Crist Jr. September 4 9 4-5
2009 Jimmy Clausen Jr. 12 6-6 AA
2008 Jimmy Clausen So. 13 7-6
2007 Evan Sharpley Jr. October 20 2 0-2
Jimmy Clausen Fr. September 8 9 3-6
Demetrius Jones So. September 1 1 0-1
2006 Brady Quinn Sr. 13 10-3 AA, Unitas, Maxwell
2005 Brady Quinn Jr. 12 9-3 AA, Baugh
2004 Brady Quinn So. 12 6-6
2003 Brady Quinn Fr. September 27 9 4-5
Carlyle Holiday Sr. 3 1-2
2002 Pat Dillingham So. October 5 1 1-0
Carlyle Holiday Jr. 12 9-3
2001 Carlyle Holiday So. September 29 9 5-4
Matt LoVecchio So. 2 0-2
2000 Matt LoVecchio Fr. October 7 8 7-1
Gary Godsey So. September 16 2 1-1
Arnaz Battle Jr. September 2 2 1-1
1999 Jarious Jackson Sr. 12 5-7
1998 Eric Chappell Jr. November 28 1 0-1
Jarious Jackson Jr. September 5 11 9-2
1997 Ron Powlus Sr. 13 7-6
1996 Ron Powlus Jr. 11 8-3
1995 Tom Krug Jr. November 18 2 1-1
Ron Powlus So. 10 8-2
1994 Ron Powlus Fr. September 3 12 6-5-1
1993 Paul Failla Jr. 1 1-0
Kevin McDougal Sr. September 4 11 10-1
1992 Rick Mirer Sr. 12 10-1-1 AA
1991 Paul Failla Fr. September 28 1 1-0
Rick Mirer Jr. 12 9-3
1990 Rick Mirer So. September 15 12 9-3
1989 Tony Rice Sr. 13 12-1 AA, Unitas
1988 Tony Rice Jr. 12 12-0
1987 Kent Graham Fr. November 7 1 1-0
Tony Rice So. October 17 6 4-2
Terry Andrysiak Sr. 5 3-2
1986 Terry Andrysiak Jr. 1 0-1
Steve Beuerlein Sr. 10 5-5
1985 Terry Andrysiak So. November 9 1 1-0
Steve Beuerlein Jr. 10 4-6
1984 Scott Grooms Sr. October 13 1 0-1
Steve Beuerlein So. 11 7-4
1983 Steve Beuerlein Fr. October 1 8 5-3
Blair Kiel Sr. 4 2-2
1982 Jim O'Hara Sr. November 20 1 0-1
Ken Karcher So. November 13 1 0-1
Blair Kiel Jr. 9 6-2-1
1981 Tim Koegel Sr. 4 1-3
Blair Kiel So. 7 4-3
1980 Blair Kiel Fr. October 11 9 6-2-1
Mike Courey Sr. 3 3-0
1979 Mike Courey Jr. November 24 1 1-0
Tim Koegel So. September 22 1 0-1
Rusty Lisch Sr. 9 6-3
 
Some real great ones listed here. AFTER Joe. Screw Notre Dame.


2017 Brandon Wimbush Jr. September 2 7 6-1
Ian Book So. October 7 1 1-0
2016 DeShone Kizer So. 12 4-8
2015 DeShone Kizer Fr. September 19 11 8-3
Malik Zaire Jr. 2 2-0
2014 Everett Golson Sr. 12 7-5
Malik Zaire So. December 30 1 1-0
2013 Tommy Rees Sr. 13 9-4
2012 Tommy Rees Jr. 2 2-0
Everett Golson So. September 1 11 10-1
2011 Tommy Rees So. 12 8-4
Dayne Crist Sr. 1 0-1
2010 Tommy Rees Fr. November 13 4 4-0
Dayne Crist Jr. September 4 9 4-5
2009 Jimmy Clausen Jr. 12 6-6 AA
2008 Jimmy Clausen So. 13 7-6
2007 Evan Sharpley Jr. October 20 2 0-2
Jimmy Clausen Fr. September 8 9 3-6
Demetrius Jones So. September 1 1 0-1
2006 Brady Quinn Sr. 13 10-3 AA, Unitas, Maxwell
2005 Brady Quinn Jr. 12 9-3 AA, Baugh
2004 Brady Quinn So. 12 6-6
2003 Brady Quinn Fr. September 27 9 4-5
Carlyle Holiday Sr. 3 1-2
2002 Pat Dillingham So. October 5 1 1-0
Carlyle Holiday Jr. 12 9-3
2001 Carlyle Holiday So. September 29 9 5-4
Matt LoVecchio So. 2 0-2
2000 Matt LoVecchio Fr. October 7 8 7-1
Gary Godsey So. September 16 2 1-1
Arnaz Battle Jr. September 2 2 1-1
1999 Jarious Jackson Sr. 12 5-7
1998 Eric Chappell Jr. November 28 1 0-1
Jarious Jackson Jr. September 5 11 9-2
1997 Ron Powlus Sr. 13 7-6
1996 Ron Powlus Jr. 11 8-3
1995 Tom Krug Jr. November 18 2 1-1
Ron Powlus So. 10 8-2
1994 Ron Powlus Fr. September 3 12 6-5-1
1993 Paul Failla Jr. 1 1-0
Kevin McDougal Sr. September 4 11 10-1
1992 Rick Mirer Sr. 12 10-1-1 AA
1991 Paul Failla Fr. September 28 1 1-0
Rick Mirer Jr. 12 9-3
1990 Rick Mirer So. September 15 12 9-3
1989 Tony Rice Sr. 13 12-1 AA, Unitas
1988 Tony Rice Jr. 12 12-0
1987 Kent Graham Fr. November 7 1 1-0
Tony Rice So. October 17 6 4-2
Terry Andrysiak Sr. 5 3-2
1986 Terry Andrysiak Jr. 1 0-1
Steve Beuerlein Sr. 10 5-5
1985 Terry Andrysiak So. November 9 1 1-0
Steve Beuerlein Jr. 10 4-6
1984 Scott Grooms Sr. October 13 1 0-1
Steve Beuerlein So. 11 7-4
1983 Steve Beuerlein Fr. October 1 8 5-3
Blair Kiel Sr. 4 2-2
1982 Jim O'Hara Sr. November 20 1 0-1
Ken Karcher So. November 13 1 0-1
Blair Kiel Jr. 9 6-2-1
1981 Tim Koegel Sr. 4 1-3
Blair Kiel So. 7 4-3
1980 Blair Kiel Fr. October 11 9 6-2-1
Mike Courey Sr. 3 3-0
1979 Mike Courey Jr. November 24 1 1-0
Tim Koegel So. September 22 1 0-1
Rusty Lisch Sr. 9 6-3
WTF. Are you like the Rainman of football or something??
Brady Quinn ha. Didn't the Hawks pick that kid up?
 

Charles Sullivan

ignoring Rob Allen and Generic
While a member of the 49ers, Montana started and won four Super Bowls and was the first player ever to have been named Super Bowl Most Valuable Player three times. He also holds Super Bowl career records for most passes without an interception (122 in 4 games) and the all-time highest quarterback rating of 127.8.

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Just wait till you see what Jimmy G does.
Montana sure did dominate his era. He was truly the first of the modern quarterbacks.
I think you got a good one with Jimmy G.

Go sox,
Cds
 
Just another elite product from the elite program called Notre Dame.
Yeah, that Bill Walsh tool got lucky...

Since this is the Hawks thread, and not the NOT thread:

Ever wonder if RW would just get rid of the ball on 3 steps and not have to do the circus act? Guy has great vision of the open field but(totally anicdotally) it seem like he rarely does the quick drop/pass. I realize Seattle has a poor OL but watching Beathard get his ass kicked then JimmyG come in and make quick reads/throws makes me wonder. And for the trolls I see RW as a top 5ish QB.
 

Charles Sullivan

ignoring Rob Allen and Generic
Yeah, that Bill Walsh tool got lucky...

Since this is the Hawks thread, and not the NOT thread:

Ever wonder if RW would just get rid of the ball on 3 steps and not have to do the circus act? Guy has great vision of the open field but(totally anicdotally) it seem like he rarely does the quick drop/pass. I realize Seattle has a poor OL but watching Beathard get his ass kicked then JimmyG come in and make quick reads/throws makes me wonder. And for the trolls I see RW as a top 5ish QB.
Ding, ding, ding. One of the NFL stat sites has an average time to throw stat. Wilson's is a long time. Part of it is because he can extend a play so long but part of it is that he rarely throws when that back leg hits on his drop.
He is a special player but his line is not as bad as he makes them look.

Go sox,
Cds
 

Jojo

Trout Fear Me
Hahahaha.... You guys and your statistics and shit stirring crack me up.

IMG_1916.JPG Here's another favorite photo. Check out Tyler Lockett's jacket!

Heyyyyyy!!!!!.... i liked Joe Namath - with his white shoes and fur coats and Fu Manchu mustache...also he used to call his own plays too. (I read a book about him.)

For me football is not just the game, it's also about the character of the players. And i've had my crushes over the years... (As mentioned earlier usually with quarterbacks, except NEVER YOU Tom Brady!)

We have so many good guys on the Seahawks it's hard to have a favorite sometimes! I really would be happy owning many of their jerseys. (Except not YOU Blair Walsh!)..... I like knowing a little something about my favorite players as much as i like seeing them work magic on the field.
 
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