Joe Namath is more than just a guy who constantly complains about the New York Jets and Mark Sanchez. He was also an exceptional quarterback. Here’s a look at his guarantee against the Colts prior to Super Bowl III. And here I talk to him and Phil Simms about a New York Super Bowl. Adam Rank has never won an award. For anything. We don’t mean to be harsh, but it’s true. You can follow him on Twitter @adamrank. Oh, and if you liked this (right!), check him out on the latest “Dave Dameshek Football Program“. Which, come to think of it won an award. So Rank has won something meaningful. Yes, meaningful unlike this latest post. Am I right? […]
Joe Namath, known for transcending the game on pure personality, got his fame education early on during the shoot for his 1965 rookie card while being laid up from knee surgery before the season.
Let’s get this straight: Tuesday is Joe Namath’s birthday. … The Hall of Famer is 68 years old. … Coincidentally, ’68 was the year Namath led the Jets to the Super Bowl… Sounds like an obvious time to pay tribute to the man by looking back on his career courtesy of Spike Lee’s commentary from last year’s Top 100 series.