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    Biography Of Joe Montana

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    another comeback win, he officially became the starting QB for the first time. Montana did not disappoint as... ... middle of paper ... ... 300 or more yards passing. •NFL all-time leader with 22 consecutive passing completions. •Holds numerous 49ers passing records. •Holds six Super Bowl passing records: 1.Highest career passer rating: 127.8 2.Most career passes completed: 83 3.Most consecutive completions: 13 4.Most career passing yards: 1,142 5.Most passing yards in one Super Bowl: 357 6.Most

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    Joe Montana (Football Star) Joe Montana was born on June 11th, 1956. (Channel) He was born in New Eagle, Pennsylvania. He was an only child and showed unsurpassed physical attributes. His mother once said “He nearly destroyed his crib by rocking it back and forth and managed to get out of it from time to time and ran to Joe’s and I bed”. Joe started playing sports all year long when he was only 10 years old. Even though he was a Multi- Sports Star, football was his main sport. He lived in a port

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    some of the greatest names of all time to the rolls of football greats. Three of the best to play the game have had their beginning in Mississippi: Walter Payton, the great running back of Chicago Bears, Jerry rice longtime player with the San Francisco 49ers and possibly the greatest wide receiver to play the game, and Michael Oher offensive tackle who started his professional career with the Baltimore Ravens. Walter Payton was born in Columbia Mississippi On July 25, 1954. Payton signed with the

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    refusal to stand for it, sing the words, or face the flag during the song's performance--has been used to protest the perceived failures of the United States government. Beginning of 2016 NFL preseason, Colin Kaepernick, quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers, decided to take a seat during the National Anthem, claiming that his actions were a protest against racial oppression and inequality. His acts during the first preseason game went unnoticed until the third preseason game. Kaepernick was celebrated

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    Joe Montana

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    perhaps archetypical in that manner. He is of Italian descent and grew to maturity in the hard-scrabble steel town of Monongehela at a time when the failing rust belt industries were making for tough times in the local economy. He led the San Francisco 49ers to four Super Bowls (1981 season, 1984 season, 1988 season, 1989 season) and became the only player to win three Super Bowl MVP awards. He was also the first player in league history to win two Associated Press MVP awards, as he did so for the

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    John Wooden, Vince Lombardi and Bill Walsh all have similar styles of coaching and philosophies. Each coach has had thier fair amount of championships and awards. None of them would have reached these goals without imputting their teachings and philosophies to their teams. One was a coach of a high division college, that has a history of winning. On the other hand two are well respected and known coaches in the football world. John Wooden, Vince Lombardi and Bill Walsh all have made a name for themselves

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    Dieon Sanders

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    eight Pro Bowl selections as a cornerback, defense is where Sanders earns his big bucks. After intercepting 30 passes in his first six seasons, quarterbacks stopped throwing his way. Sanders, who earned back-to-back Super Bowl rings with the San Francisco 49ers and Cowboys, is a big-play guy. He holds the NFL record for career returns for touchdowns with 19 (nine on interceptions, six on punts, three on kickoffs and one on a fumble). He also has three touchdown receptions. Off the field, his value

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    The Final Drive 1st Down: The Game Of The Week Green Bay Packers (10-4) @ Arizona Cardinals (12-2) Of all the games this week, I couldn’t think of a better game than what we have here. These two teams have a combined record of 22-6. The two quarterbacks involved in this game, Carson Palmer and Aaron Rodgers, are two of the best in the business. In my opinion, the winner of this game will be the NFC’s number two seed come January. Even with the loss of Tyrann Mathieu, I still believe the Cardinals

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    O.J. Simpson Trial: Did He Do It?

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    over his life he decided to make a change by becoming a football hall of fame, actress/tv star and later being turned to a serial killer. Was the killing done out of love or spight? Or did he even do it? O.J. Simpson was born July 9, 1947 in San Francisco, California. He is the son of Eunice Simpson and Jimmy Lee Simpson. He is also the brother of three other siblings. O.J. was raised in the Potrero Hill Housing projects for low income families. When O.J. was just a toddler his father left his mother

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    The reasons why people succeed in their careers are probably as numerous as the number of successful people. When we begin to think about the qualities these people possess, it becomes apparent that we can classify or catagorize them into a few specific groups–those who really enjoy their work, those who are obsessed with their work (they either want to be the 'best'; or have a fear of failure), those who are blessed with exceptional talent in their field, and those who have planned their work

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