Joe Montana is easily one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. He was a third round pick by the 49ers and ended up leading them to a remarkable four Super Bowl victories: in 1982, 1985, 1989 and 1990. Incredibly enough, he never threw an interception in any of those 4 games. He was especially famous for his calm under pressure and for leading last-minute, game-winning drives. A two-time NFL MVP, he earned a well-deserved spot in the Hall of Fame. How anyone can say he is overrated is beyond me.
Joe Montana is known for "The Drive" against the Bengals in Super Bowl XXIII and other amazing moments as well.
Clearly the most over-rated quarterback in NFL history. Truth be told that his SuperBowl appearances and victories would have never happened if he no defense, no running game and no Jerry Rice. Without these he would have been a less than average quarterback. I just wonder what he would have accomplished with a bad defense and non-existant running game like Dan Marino had.
As far away from God as possible. Just an average \"Joe.\"