He has a SB ring ....
That seems to always be the "requirements" we've heard about what makes a Great qb doesn't it?
If he is overrated pile of crap than what does that say about about another NY Qb whose 13
yr career included more ints than tds?
Yep ... come on down Joe Namath
Totally different game played by different rules back then, Doc. You know that, I'm not a great Namath fan, but you can't hold up numbers from the 60's and 70's vs. stats from today.Pay:
that is what I love ....
NOT ONE SEASON MORE THAN 53% completion avg ... NOT ONE!!!
Great recollection as usual, Doc. This is the play that people remember him for, even though his interception with a minute to play set up the winning FG in SB V. Some of the players gave him shit about decking that drunken fan during a big 1971 win over Miami. They were concerned that he made them look bad by abusing a Colt fan. His reponse was, "that man broke a city ordinance, and I enforced it."One of my favt Colts was Mike Curtis out of Duke ...
I think he played a little later if I recall .... I think #32 at LB
I remember flattening that dude that ran onto the field
Well done sir !!!
You are right on all counts, Doc. That kick controversy (he clearly missed) created the longer goalposts we see to this day. Can you name the #2 QB behind Unitas who's injury necessitated Matte's change in position?remember the game vs the Packers in the Playoffs I think in 65?
Matte was forced to play qb and had the plays taped to his wrists
I remember the FG by the Pack .... as Uecker would say: "Just a bit outside"
I think .... and I could be wrong Alex .. the score was 13-10 and I think
Chandler was the fg kicker ???