That's why guys like Namath and Gayle Sayers are in the Hall, and guys like Drew Bledsoe and Vinny Testeverde are not.
Lifetime member of the "specific element" and proud of it.
I'm sitting next to a jets fan currently at work "I ask, hey, bud....is Joe Namath really a HOF worthy QB?"
and he says "That's a really good question. I think because he directly tied to the first AFL superbowl win....but by today's standard of being the best of the best, no probably not. But we're still proud of it regardless"
Oderint Dum Metuant
It's too bad, I'm too good....
He was QB of the first team to win the superbowl. THATS why hes in. He threw for 4000 just once only threw over 3000 3 times, His completion rating was never above 52%, only had ONE season with more TD than INTS, your biggest pet peev, lol youre so full of it.
Going by your standards, hes meeeh...meeehhh doesnt get you into the hall.
Hed make a great back up today......I guess, if he was lucky
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Sir Thomas Richard Coughlin The Great
"The NY never comes off"
Hmm...can you be truly "great" with average to below average stats? And not trying to change the subject, but the Rangers are going to lose tonight.