Larz Posted July 18, 2010 Share Posted July 18, 2010 I'm not saying he wasn't a great talent. By all accounts he revolutionized the position and was one of the first true personalities of the NFL. It's funny some of you are criticizing me for going by stats and yet your arguement consists of that. He was a good, potentially great QB who played in unfortunate circumstances and his stats suffered as a result, but he's not the first oo only one, he may however be the first and only in the HOF. You have to judge a guy historically by his production and his record. Neither of which were very impressive for Namath. No one with those sort of #'s is anywhere close to the HOF. He's there for what he done for the game and in that regard he is truly one of the all time greats. do yourself a huge favor read mark kriegels biography of him, it's explains a lot, good bad and ugly Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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