All-Time Team: Vote for Montana, other 49ers

Oct 15, 2012 at 11:02 AM--


Are you tired of hearing the debate on who was the greatest quarterback of all time? This time, fans have a chance to cast their vote once and for all.

In celebration of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's 50th anniversary, fans are voting for the 23 Hall of Famers at 11 positions and one coach that they would name to their personal All-Time Team.

With just days left until the voting period wraps up on October 19, vote for your All-Time Team! Fans can research players, vote and debate other fans at www.YourAllTimeTeam.com.

In addition to Joe Montana, don't forget to vote for all the 49ers Hall of Famers:

  • Fred Dean (1981-1985)
  • Richard Dent (1994)
  • Chris Doleman (1996-98)
  • Bob Hayes (1975)
  • Rickey Jackson (1994-95)
  • John Henry Johnson (1954-1956)
  • Jimmy Johnson (1961-1976)
  • Ronnie Lott (1981-1990)
  • Hugh McElhenny (1952-1960)
  • Joe Montana (1979-1992)
  • Leo Nomellini (1950-1963)
  • Joe Perry (1948-1960, 1963)
  • Jerry Rice (1985-2000)
  • Deion Sanders (1994)
  • O.J. Simpson (1978-1979)
  • Bob St. Clair (1953-1963)
  • Y.A. Tittle (1951-1960)
  • Bill Walsh (1979-1988)
  • Dave Wilcox (1964-1974)
  • Rod Woodson (1997)
  • Steve Young (1987-1999)

Allstate Insurance and the Pro Football Hall of Fame have partnered to bring the All-Time Team vote opportunity to fans. The coach and players with the most votes will be named to the Allstate Pro Football Hall of Fame All-Time Team in a televised broadcast on the NFL Network on February 2, 2013.





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