What Joe Montana and Steve Young Were Like as Backups

Jul 7, 2021 at 4:40 PM--


Eventually, Trey Lance will be the superstar franchise quarterback for the 49ers, the heir apparent to Joe Montana and Steve Young. But for now, Lance is a humble backup, just as Montana and Young were humble backups on the 49ers at one point in their careers. I'm curious to know what those two ...Continue reading
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