Was Joe Montana Better than Tom Brady?

Jul 4, 2021 at 10:20 AM--


It's hardly a debate anymore. Almost everyone agrees Tom Brady has surpassed Joe Montana as the greatest quarterback of all time. And the reason is obvious: Brady has won seven Super Bowls and Montana won "only" four. And Brady could win more. He's 44, he's coming off a Super Bowl victory and he's ...Continue reading
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