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Hollister Co., a clothing company. However, in 2004, when TSN produced another special issue, ranking the 50 Greatest Quarterbacks, Montana ranked Number 2, behind Johnny Unitas, who they'd ranked Number 5 among all players in 1999. Hollister, California, a place in the United States. Montana was ranked Number 3, and first among quarterbacks. In 1999, The Sporting News named its 100 Greatest Football Players. Montana also owns horses and produces wine under the label Montagia..
His sons both play football in school while his daughters have moved on to attend Notre Dame. Montana resides in Northern California's Wine Country near Santa Rosa, California with his third wife Jennifer, and their four children, Nathaniel, Nicholas, Alexandra, and Elizabeth. In 1993, the town of Ismay, Montana temporarily changed its name to Joe, Montana in an honorary gesture. However his 3½ minute piece on the Late Show with David Letterman in 1996, which had homoerotic undertones and ended with the two men shoving a crab down their pants on stage, has been praised as inspired.
Saturday Night Live with guest Walter Payton. Critics have largely slighted his comedy appearances, e.g. His success is a combination of Bill Walsh's highly successful West Coast Offense, a team of superstars, pro-bowlers and future stars, and Montana's uncanny ability to find the open man (often the third or fourth option). He played in eight Pro Bowls.
In his four Super Bowls, Montana completed 83 of 122 passes, for 1,142 yards and 11 touchdowns with an impressive zero interceptions, earning him a quarterback rating of 127.8. Montana holds post-season records for most career touchdown passes (44), and passing yards (5772) among others. He also rushed for 1676 yards and 20 touchdowns. His career passer rating was 92.3, 3rd highest of all-time, behind Kurt Warner (still active) and successor Steve Young.
His career totals: 3409 completion on 5391 attempts, 273 touchdowns, 40,551 yards. He had thirty-five 300 yard passing games. For his career with the 49ers, Montana completed 2,929 of 4,600 passes for 35,142 yards and 244 touchdowns. the Bengals in Super Bowl XXIII) are staples of NFL highlight films.
drive vs. Dallas in the '82 NFC Championship Game) and "The Drive" (the Super Bowl-winning 92-yd. "The Catch" (the game-winning TD pass vs. Montana earned the nicknames "Joe Cool" and "Comeback Kid" due to his ability to rally his teams from late game deficits, including 31 fourth quarter comebacks.
In 1994, Montana's highlight's included a classic duel with John Elway on Monday Night Football and a final playoff appearance. As a Chief, Montana led two come-from-behind wins in the 1993 playoffs and reached the AFC Championship Game where Kansas City lost to the Buffalo Bills. Montana was then traded to the Kansas City Chiefs in April 1993, and spent his two final seasons with the Chiefs before retiring at the end of the 1994 season. However, at this point teammate Steve Young replaced him at the starting quarterback position.
Detroit Lions at the end of the '92 season and was very effective). Injured after getting hit by Leonard Marshall during the NFC Championship Game in January 1991, Montana missed all of the 1991 season and most of the 1992 season with an elbow injury (he did appear in a Monday Night Football game vs. Drafted in the third round by the San Francisco 49ers in 1979 from Notre Dame after leading the team to defeat The University of Texas in the 1978 Cotton Bowl to secure the 1977 national championship, Montana led the 49ers for 12 seasons. In 1990, he received Sports Illustrated magazine's "Sportsman of the Year" award, and he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000.
He was also the first player in league history to win two Associated Press MVP awards, as he did so for the 1989 and 1990 season. He led the San Francisco 49ers to four Super Bowls (1981 season, 1984 season, 1988 season, 1989 season) and became the only player to win three Super Bowl MVP awards. He is of Italian descent. Joseph Clifford Montana, Jr. (born June 11, 1956 in New Eagle, Pennsylvania) is widely considered one of the best American football quarterbacks in the history of the NFL.