Joe Montana will be heading to Miami next week for Super Bowl LIV, which will feature the two teams that he played for during his illustrious NFL career.
NFL Network concluded its look at the the NFL 100 All-Time Team with a look at perhaps its most polarizing position – quarterbacks.
Trying to decide who the first names to reveal as quarterbacks on the NFL 100 is a relatively easy call when two players have combined for 10 Super Bowl victories, 7 Super Bowl MVPs, and five league MVP awards.
Joe Montana’s famous six-yard toss to Dwight Clark, known as “The Catch”, in the 1981 NFC Championship Game topped the NFL’s list of The 100 Throws released Monday morning.
If there is anyone who is qualified to give an NFL quarterback advice on how to deal with an elbow injury, it’s legendary San Francisco 49ers quarterback and Hall of Famer Joe Montana.
Just as they did back in 2009, Joe and Jennifer Montana are putting their Napa Valley mansion up for sale, according to TMZ Sports.
The JMRA Football Podcast is back with part two of our look at the Top 10 Teams of the Super Bowl Era.
What would Super Bowl week be without a story about one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history, San Francisco 49ers demigod Joe Montana?
Don’t Act Like Your Favorite Quarterback Of All-Time Didn’t Lose To A Backup Quarterback In A Big Spot At Some Point
While the Philadelphia Eagles celebrated a Super Bowl LII victory over the New England Patriots, two common refrains (from the non-Malcolm Butler Didn’t Play Division) frequently pop up in any social media feed remotely related to the game.
The San Francisco 49ers will have a season-long tribute to their late, iconic wide receiver Dwight Clark, which includes a special tribute to one of the greatest plays in NFL history – The Catch.