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    Quote Originally Posted by byron View Post
    haha... look up how many games he played in the nfl wasn't many...to be fair he took hits....he was to flamboyant for my taste I didn't him
    Yea Eli will pass him in starts this year, in MUCH less time....im sure he did get hit alot. Though football-reference.com says that in the years they tracked sacks, he took SIGNIFICANTLY less sacks than Eli already has....109 vs. 194(first 4 years they werent tracked, so lets be generous and say 150 for namath)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    I'm sure he was better landing Farrah Fawcett than he was at throwing a football.....

    Not that there's anything wrong with that at all...haha
    she was hot !




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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    Johnny Unitas
    Sonny Jurgensen
    Staubach
    Tarkenton
    even Len Dawson

    all better QBs than Namath who played in the same era.......and yet we're talking about Joe ****ing Namath, simply because his popularity, and superbowl 2
    Unitas was at the end of his career when Namath was in his prime. Jurgensen was a fine player but not close to Namath. Staubach was really much later than Namath and Staubach is one of the top 7 or so QB's of all time. And Namath was better than Len Dawson (who was a fine QB).
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    Johnny Unitas
    Sonny Jurgensen
    Staubach
    Tarkenton
    even Len Dawson

    all better QBs than Namath who played in the same era.......and yet we're talking about Joe ****ing Namath, simply because his popularity, and superbowl 2
    How do you know, you weren't alive to see it. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    Unitas was at the end of his career when Namath was in his prime. Jurgensen was a fine player but not close to Namath. Staubach was really much later than Namath and Staubach is one of the top 7 or so QB's of all time. And Namath was better than Len Dawson (who was a fine QB).
    You realize that Staubach and Namath's careers overlapped by only a few years, right? It's like the difference between Brady and Eli....and they are the same era of football...

    And I dont see how you can say that about Jurgensen...he had a longer career than Namath, and led the league in multiple passing categories for numerous years....but whatever....I wasn't there, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblue4417 View Post
    How do you know, you weren't alive to see it. lol

    Love ya MH
    I didnt have to be alive to know that Wilt Chamberlain was one of the most dominant centers of all time.....or to know that Lou Gherig was one of the best hitters ever.....or that Ty Cobb was racist... =P
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    You realize that Staubach and Namath's careers overlapped by only a few years, right? It's like the difference between Brady and Eli....and they are the same era of football...

    And I dont see how you can say that about Jurgensen...he had a longer career than Namath, and led the league in multiple passing categories for numerous years....but whatever....I wasn't there, right?
    We used to own Sonny Jurgensen. He was always one of those guys like Norm Snead who was constantly a good QB on bad team. He just didn't know how to win.
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    My favorite band in the world is playing 15 miles from here and I can't go tonight.



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHRFZFmEq9o
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    My favorite band in the world is playing 15 miles from here and I can't go tonight.



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHRFZFmEq9o
    what is it? i cant see at work
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    My new favorite band is "Chester Copperpot and the Booty Traps", lol

    ok, not really, but i have friends from these 2 bands who do strictly 90s covers at bars, and they are awesome, and hilarious
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Just_Surrender
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matchbook_Romance

    Matchbook Romance had tracks on Madden and Guitar hero awhile back.
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