Brady Could Become Winningest Super Bowl Quarterback Ever, But Montana Is Still The BestIn 50 years of Super Bowl play, three quarterbacks sit at the top of the pyramid with four championships each: Pittsburgh's Terry Bradshaw, San Francisco's Joe Montana and New England's Tom Brady. Unlike Bradshaw and Montana, however, Brady has taken a long time to a compile his four SB wins. He was just 24 when the Patriots won their first title in January 2002. Now, Brady has a chance for a fifth ring at age 39, which is pretty amazing considering the pounding so many NFL quarterbacks take over their careers.
The 50: Top 10 Non-QB Super Bowl MVPs Of All TimeQuarterbacks tend to be the bigger storylines heading into the Super Bowl, but sometimes other players steal the show. Here are 10 best performances in the Super Bowl by MVPs that did not play quarterback.
9 Athletes Over 50 Who Are Still Better Than YouMost look like they haven't aged, some look even younger than they did when they were active players, and some are still involved for the love of the game. Here's a look at nine athletes over 50 who are still better and more athletic than you and who could beat you in anything.
2-Point Conversion Gives Rice 22-21 Pro Bowl WinA 2-point conversion with less than 1 minute to go gave Jerry Rice a win over Deion Sanders in the Pro Bowl Sunday.
The Annual FCS Awards Bring In The LegendsIf there wasn’t a Division I-AA level, or what today is called the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), who knows where Walter Payton, Jerry Rice and Buck Buchanan would have wound up.
Villanova's John Robertson Wins Jerry Rice AwardNo one knew much about John Robertson before he ran onto the field the second half of Villanova’s season opener against Temple back on August 31. Wildcats’ coach Andy Talley, and perhaps, even Robertson himself, a red-shirt freshman quarterback, didn’t know much, either.