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1981 Topps Football Wax Pack (ONE) Joe Montana Rookie PSA 10 $17,900

1981 Topps Football Wax Pack (ONE) Joe Montana Rookie PSA 10 $17,900
1981 Topps Football Wax Pack (ONE) Joe Montana Rookie PSA 10 $17,900
1981 Topps Football Wax Pack (ONE) Joe Montana Rookie PSA 10 $17,900
1981 Topps Football Wax Pack (ONE) Joe Montana Rookie PSA 10 $17,900

1981 Topps Football Wax Pack (ONE) Joe Montana Rookie PSA 10 $17,900

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m). / Round: 3 / Pick: 82. 2× NFL Most Valuable Player. NFL Offensive Player of the Year. Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year. 2× AP Athlete of the Year. NFL Comeback Player of the Year. 2× NFL passing touchdowns leader. NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team. Pro Football Hall of Fame. (born June 11, 1956), nicknamed " Joe Cool ". Is a former American football.

Who played in the National Football League. (NFL) for 16 seasons, primarily with the San Francisco 49ers. And then with the Kansas City Chiefs. For the final two seasons of his NFL career. After winning a college national championship.

Montana started his NFL career in 1979. With San Francisco, where he played for the next 14 seasons. While a member of the 49ers, Montana started and won four Super Bowls and was the first player ever to have been named Super Bowl Most Valuable Player three times.

Montana was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In 2000, his first year of eligibility. Named Montana the NFL Most Valuable Player.

Magazine named Montana the 1990 Sportsman of the Year. Four years earlier, in 1986. Montana won the AP NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award. Montana was elected to eight Pro Bowls.

As well as being voted 1st team All-Pro by the AP in 1987, 1989, and 1990. In the National Football Conference. Noted for his ability to remain calm under pressure, Montana helped his teams to 32 fourth-quarter come-from-behind victories. With 58 seconds left in the 1981 NFC Championship Game. He completed a game-winning touchdown.

So memorable that it would become known simply as "The Catch". Montana threw another remarkable game-winning touchdown pass at the end of a 92-yard drive with only 36 seconds left on the game clock.

The 49ers retired the number. 16, the jersey number Montana wore while with the team. In 1993, Montana was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs and led the franchise to its first AFC Championship Game. In 1994, Montana earned a spot on the NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team. He is also a member of the NFL 1980s All-Decade Team.

Ranked Montana third on their list of Football's 100 Greatest Players. Named Montana the 25th greatest athlete of the 20th century. In 2006, Sports Illustrated rated him the number-one clutch quarterback of all time. Graduation and the NFL Draft.

Montana was born to Joseph Clifford Montana Sr. (19322017) and Theresa Marie Bavuso Montana (19352004) in New Eagle, Pennsylvania.

A borough of Washington County. Located in the western portion of the state.

He grew up in the city of Monongahela. Town 25 miles (40 km) south of Pittsburgh. His maternal grandparents, Vincenzo "James" Bavuso and Josephine Savarino Bavuso, were both Italian immigrants. His maternal grandmother Josephine (19091993) emigrated from Sicily. To the United States with her parents, Domenico Savarino (18851960) and Vincenza Diecidue Savarino (18851930), in 1921.

Upon their arrival in the United States, the Savarino family first settled in eastern Ohio, in the small coal mining community of Harpersville, Smithfield Township, Jefferson County. A few years later, the family relocated to the Elm Grove area of Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia. Vincenzo "James" Bavuso and Josephine Savarino married in 1928 in Wheeling and later relocated to California, Washington County.

Where their childrenSamuel, Dominick, Theresa (Montana's mother), Virginia and Patricia Bavuso were born and raised. Montana expressed an early interest in sports, and it was Montana Sr. Who first taught him the game of football.

Montana started to play youth football when he was just eight years old, aided in part by his father. Listed his son as a nine-year-old so that Montana could meet the league's minimum age requirement. During his formative years, Montana took an interest in baseball. In fact, basketball was Montana's favorite sport as a child. Started a local basketball team that his son played on.

The team practiced and played at the local armory and played their games in various regional tournaments. Montana received his primary education. At Waverly Elementary and his secondary education. At Finleyville Junior High (now known as Finleyville Middle School) and Ringgold High School. While at Ringgold, Montana played football, baseball, and basketball. Montana showed potential as a basketball player and helped Ringgold win the 1973 WPIAL. Class AAA boys' basketball championship while being named an all-state player. He was so good that during his senior. Offered Montana a basketball scholarship. Although Montana turned down the scholarship, he seriously considered NCSU because of a promise that he could play both basketball and football for the university. Montana spent his first two years on the high school football team as a backup. Montana earned the job as the Ringgold Rams' starting quarterback. Montana held the role for the final two years of his high school career; after his senior year, Parade. Named him to their All-American.

One of Montana's most notable performances during his high school years was during his junior year in a game against Monessen. Although Monessen scored a game-tying touchdown in the final moments. Montana's performance garnered attention from college recruiters, particularly those from Notre Dame. In the game, Montana completed 12 passes in 22 attempts, threw for 223 yards, and scored three passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown. Notre Dame eventually offered Montana a scholarship, and he accepted it.

One contributing factor in Montana's choice of colleges was that Terry Hanratty. His boyhood idol, had attended Notre Dame. In 2006, 32 years after Montana had graduated, Ringgold High School renamed their football stadium Joe Montana Stadium. When Montana arrived at Notre Dame in the fall of 1974, the football program was coached by Ara Parseghian.

Under Parseghian's tenure, Notre Dame had won the NCAA national championship. Parseghian's success as a coach helped him recruit.

Though Montana was a talented player, under Notre Dame policy in 1974 freshmen were not permitted to practice with or play on the varsity team, and consequently Montana played only in a few freshman team. Montana's first significant contributions to the Notre Dame football team came during his sophomore year.

On December 15, 1974, Parseghian resigned due to health problems. The university hired Dan Devine. Despite his limited playing time the previous year, Montana performed well during the 1975 spring practice. Devine was so impressed that he later told his wife: I'm gonna start Joe Montana in the final spring game. " When she replied, "Who's Joe Montana?

", Devine said: "He's the guy who's going to feed our family for the next few years. Devine did not feel Montana was ready to be the full-time starter in 1975. However, Montana played a key role in Notre Dame's victory over North Carolina. During the game, played in Chapel Hill. Montana came in with 5:11 left to play.

At the time, North Carolina led by a score of 146. Montana spent one minute and two seconds of game time on the field. In that time, he had 129 passing yards and Notre Dame won the game, 2114.

Notre Dame's next opponent, Montana again entered the game in the fourth quarter. Although Air Force led 3010, Notre Dame won the game, 3130.

After the win against North Carolina, Devine said that Moose Krause. The Notre Dame Athletic Director.

Said that the game was the greatest comeback I've ever seen. After the game against Air Force, Krause was quoted as saying: This one's better than last week. In those two games, Montana had demonstrated his ability to perform well in high pressure circumstances. That characteristic would prove valuable, and Montana relied on it throughout his football career. Before the start of the 1976 season, Montana separated his shoulder.

And was unable to compete that year and redshirted. Earning him one more year of eligibility than other members of his scholarship class. Season began, Montana was the third quarterback listed on the team's depth chart. Notre Dame won their season opener and then lost to Mississippi.

By a score of 2013. Montana did not appear in either of those games.

In their third game of the season, Notre Dame played Purdue. Lisch started and was then replaced by Forystek. In one play, Forystek suffered a broken vertebra.

It was the last play of Forystek's sports career. Devine inserted Lisch back into the game before Montana finally had the opportunity to play. Montana entered with approximately 11 minutes remaining and Purdue leading 24-14; he threw for 154 yards and one touchdown, and Notre Dame won the game, 3124. After the game, Devine made Montana the first quarterback on the depth chart.

And the team won their remaining nine games. In their final game of the season, Notre Dame defeated top-ranked Texas.

By a score of 3810 in the Cotton Bowl. Notre Dame's record of eleven wins and one loss earned them the NCAA national title, the only title the school won while Devine was head coach. The following year, Montana helped Notre Dame to a come-from-behind win against the Pitt Panthers. He almost pulled off a second one against USC. Notre Dame's primary rival.

Trailing 246 in the second half, Montana led a fourth-quarter rally to put Notre Dame ahead, 2524 with 45 seconds remaining, only to see the Trojans win, 2725, on a last-second field goal. Montana's performance in the 1979 Cotton Bowl, which came to be known as the Chicken Soup Game. , is one of the most celebrated of his entire football career. During the second quarter, Montana had to fight off hypothermia. As his body temperature dropped to 96 degrees. When the second half began with Houston up 2012, Montana stayed in the locker room, where Notre Dame medical staff gave him warmed intravenous fluids. Covered him in blankets, and most famously, fed him chicken soup. Montana led the Irish to three touchdowns in the last eight minutes of the game, the final one coming as time expired, and Notre Dame won the game 3534. To commemorate the game, Notre Dame produced a promotional film titled Seven and a Half Minutes to Destiny , which Coach Devine later referred to as a Joe Montana film. Montana graduated from Notre Dame with a degree.

Was not formed until 1982, NFL scouts. Through the use of combines in 1979. Candidates were rated in a number of categories on a scale of one to nine, with one being the worst mark and nine being the best mark.

The categories they used were contingent on the position that the athlete played. Despite his performance on the field, Montana was not rated highly by most scouts. At one combine, Montana rated out as six-and-a-half overall with a six in arm strength, used to judge how hard and how far a prospect could throw the ball. Rated an eight, the highest grade among eligible quarterbacks. In the 1979 NFL Draft. The San Francisco 49ers selected Montana at the end of the third round with the 82nd overall pick. Montana was the fourth quarterback taken, behind Thompson, Phil Simms. All selected in the first round. Although Montana appeared in all 16 regular season games during the 1979. Season, he only threw 23 passes. He spent most of the season as the backup on the San Francisco depth chart behind starter Steve DeBerg.

Montana became the starting quarterback midway through the 1980. On December 7, 1980, San Francisco hosted the winless New Orleans Saints. The Saints took a 357 lead at halftime. At the start of the fourth quarter, New Orleans still led by a score of 3521, but San Francisco tied the game by the end of regulation play. To win the game for San Francisco, 3835.

This marked the first fourth quarter comeback victory in Montana's NFL career. During his 16 seasons in the NFL, this happened a total of 31 times with Montana at quarterback; 26 of those coming as a 49er. Though San Francisco finished 1980 with a record of 610, Montana passed for 1,795 yards and 15 touchdown passes against nine interceptions.

He also completed 64.5 percent of his passes, which led the league. Season as San Francisco's starting quarterback. The season ended up as one of the franchise's most successful seasons to that point.

Backed in part by Montana's strong performance at quarterback, the team finished the regular season with a 133 record. Montana helped San Francisco win two of those games with fourth-quarter comebacks. The season was a precursor to one of Montana's most memorable moments as a professional quarterback.

Main article: The Catch (American football). On January 10, 1982, San Francisco faced the Dallas Cowboys.

As 3 point home underdogs at Candlestick Park. In the National Football Conference Championship Game. The final quarter was marked by one of the most notable plays in NFL history. When San Francisco took possession with 4:54 left in regulation play, Dallas led 2721; the drive began on San Francisco's 11-yard line.

Behind six successful Montana completions and four running plays, San Francisco moved the ball to the Dallas 13-yard line. After one unsuccessful pass and then a seven-yard gain, San Francisco faced third down from the Dallas 6-yard line. Montana took the snap and ran to his right. He then made an off-balance pass toward the back of the end zone, and San Francisco wide receiver Dwight Clark. Made a leaping catch for the game-tying touchdown. With just 51 seconds left on the game clock, Wersching kicked the extra point. And San Francisco won the game 2827. The reception by Clark was coined simply The Catch , and it put San Francisco into Super Bowl XVI. San Francisco faced the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XVI. Montana completed 14 of 22 passes for 157 yards with one touchdown passing and one rushing touchdown. San Francisco won the game 2621, and in recognition of his performance, Montana won the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award. Which he accomplished two more times before he retired. The Super Bowl win also made Montana one of only two quarterbacks along with Joe Namath. To win a college national championship and a Super Bowl. Montana, at 25 years, 227 days, was one day older than Namath had been at the time of his first Super Bowl, making him the second-youngest quarterback to start a Super Bowl up to that time. Montana had a prolific season in 1982. However, the regular season was shortened to nine games when members of the Player's Association. Although San Francisco failed to make the playoffs, Montana threw for 2,613 yards and 17 touchdowns during the year. He also set what was then an NFL record with five consecutive 300-yard passing games.

Because the 49ers missed the playoffs, the team seriously considered trading him to the Baltimore Colts. For the rights to the first overall pick in the 1983 NFL Draft. And thus, the rights to draft Stanford. , but the 49ers reconsidered and ultimately traded their 1st round pick to the San Diego Chargers. Used on Billy Ray Smith Jr.

The next year, Montana threw for 3,910 yards and 26 touchdowns in 16 regular season games. The team ended the regular season with a 106 record and finished first in the NFC West. In the divisional playoff game. They faced the Detroit Lions. Yet again, Montana demonstrated his ability to perform well in high-pressure situations.

Despite being out-played in terms of total yardage, the 49ers trailed by just six points as the game neared its conclusion. With 1:23 remaining in regulation, the 49ers offense had the ball at the Lions 14-yard line and Montana completed a touchdown pass to wide receiver Freddie Solomon.

Giving San Francisco the lead on the ensuing extra-point. The victory placed the 49ers in the NFC Championship game. As he had done before, Montana asserted himself late in the game.

The Redskins led 210 at the start of the fourth quarter, but Montana helped lead the 49ers back. Aided by three fourth-quarter Montana touchdown passes, the 49ers tied the game at 21. Kicked a 25-yard field goal in the waning moments of the game. Despite Montana's efforts, the team lost, 2421. Montana pictured with the 49ers in Super Bowl XIX. Finished the 1972 NFL season. With no losses, the regular season at the time comprised only 14 games. Thus, when the 49ers finished the 1984 NFL season with a 151 record, they became the first team to win 15 games in a single season. Montana again had an excellent season and earned his second consecutive trip to the Pro Bowl. In their first two playoff games. The 49ers defeated the New York Giants and the Chicago Bears. By a combined score of 4410. The 49ers faced the Dolphins, whose quarterback was Dan Marino. In the game, Montana threw for three touchdowns and completed 24 of 35 passes.

He established the Super Bowl record for most yards passing in a single game (331) and supplemented his passing with 59 yards rushing. The 49ers defeated the Dolphins 38-16 and Montana earned his second Super Bowl MVP award. After the game, 49ers head coach. Said: Joe Montana is the greatest quarterback today, maybe the greatest quarterback of all time. Aided in part by Montana's performance at quarterback, the 49ers advanced to the NFL Playoffs again in 1985; however, they lost in the NFC Wild card game.

To the New York Giants. Montana suffered a severe back injury during week one of the season. The injury was to a spinal disc in Montana's lower back and required immediate surgery. The injury was so severe that Montana's doctors suggested that Montana retire. On September 15, 1986, the 49ers placed Montana on the injured reserve list.

In his first game back from injury Montana passed for 270 yards and three touchdown passes in a 4317 49er victory against the St. Montana appeared in just eight games that season, and threw more interceptions than touchdown passes for the only time in his career.

The 49ers finished the season with a record of 1051. Montana was co-recipient with Minnesota Vikings. Of the 1986 NFL Comeback Player of the Year Award. Montana had 31 touchdown passes, a career-high, in just 13 games.

Montana crossed the picket line during the NFLPA. Strike and threw five touchdowns against replacement players. In 1987, he also set the NFL record for most consecutive pass attempts without an incomplete pass (22).

Though the 49ers finished with the best record in the NFL, they lost in the Divisional Round. Of the playoffs to the Minnesota Vikings.

Prior to the 1987 season, Bill Walsh completed a trade for Steve Young. Then a quarterback with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Young's performance in 1987 was strong enough that by the time the 1988 season. Began, a controversy was in place as to who should get more playing time at quarterback.

Young appeared in 11 games that year and rumors surfaced claiming that Montana might be traded. Despite the competition for playing time, Montana received most of the playing time during the 1988. After a home loss to the Los Angeles Raiders. That left the 49ers with a 65 record, the 49ers were in danger of missing the playoffs. Montana regained the starting position and led the 49ers to a 106 record and the NFC Western Division title. The 49ers earned a trip to Super Bowl XXIII. When they defeated the Minnesota Vikings. In the NFC Divisional Playoffs, the 49ers faced Minnesota, who had eliminated them the year before. Montana threw three first-half touchdowns as the 49ers won, 349.

The victory over the Bears in the NFC Championship game is of particular note. In Chicago, with temperatures in the single digits fahrenheit. And a strong wind, Montana threw for 288 yards and 3 touchdowns. His first touchdown pass came on a 3rd down play late in the first quarter in which Montana threw a perfect sideline pass to Jerry Rice. And Rice outran two Bears defenders for a 61-yard score.

The 49ers won 283 to advance to Super Bowl XXIII. In January 1989, the 49ers again faced the Bengals.

Of his third trip to the Super Bowl, Montana told the San Jose Mercury News: This trip to the Super Bowl is more gratifying than the others because the road has been harder. Then, in Super Bowl XXIII, Montana had one of the best performances of his career. He completed 23 of 36 passes for a Super Bowl record 357 yards and two touchdowns.

Despite his great performance, the 49ers found themselves trailing the Cincinnati Bengals 1613 with only 3:20 left in the game and the ball on their own 8-yard line. But Montana calmly drove them down the field, completing 8 of 9 passes for 92 yards and throwing the game-winning touchdown pass to John Taylor. With only 34 seconds left.

Proved to be successful for Montana and the 49ers. The team finished the regular season with an NFL-best 142 record. And their two losses were by a total of only five points.

And by Green Bay Packers. During his record-breaking 2011 season. He also rushed for 227 yards and three touchdowns on the ground, and earned the NFL Most Valuable Player Award. In a memorable comeback win in week 4 against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Montana threw four touchdown passes in the 4th quarter. He finished with 428 yards passing and five touchdown passes in the victory. The 49ers were successful in the playoffs, easily beating the Minnesota Vikings 4113 and the Los Angeles Rams. Montana threw for a total of 503 yards and 6 touchdowns in those 2 games, without a single interception.

Then, in Super Bowl XXIV. Montana became the first player ever to win Super Bowl MVP honors for a third time, throwing for 297 yards and a then Super Bowl record five touchdowns, while also rushing for 15 yards as the 49ers defeated the Denver Broncos. 5510, the highest single team and most lopsided score in Super Bowl history. Montana once again led the 49ers to the best regular season record (142) in the NFL.

He was named by Sports Illustrated as Sportsman of the Year. A highlight from the season was a rematch with the Atlanta Falcons. Intent on blitzing Montana most of the game, Atlanta's defense allowed Montana to throw for a career-best 476 yards (49ers single-game record) and six touchdown passes, five of them to Jerry Rice.

He would end up throwing for 3,944 yards and 26 touchdowns, albeit while also throwing a career-high 16 interceptions. The 49ers looked forward to becoming the first NFL team to win three consecutive Super Bowls, and they moved through the playoffs to the NFC Championship Game. To face the New York Giants. The 49ers defense was able to hold backup quarterback Jeff Hostetler.

And the Giants without a touchdown, but the tide of the game changed when Montana was sacked. While rolling out of the quarterback pocket. He was injured and left the game, which the Giants won, 1513, on the last of five Giants field goals, which was set up by a fumble from 49ers running back Roger Craig. It would be Montana's next-to-last appearance in a 49er uniform. Montana missed the entire 1991.

Season and most of the 1992. Season with an elbow injury sustained during the 1991 pre-season.

In the final game of the 1992 regular season; a Monday Night Football. Matchup against the Detroit Lions.

Montana stepped in and played the entire second half. By this time, however, Steve Young had established himself as a starter, and took over for the playoffs. Though it was not known at the time, Montana would not see another snap in a 49er uniform. He suited up for the final time as a 49er in the teams NFC Championship showdown with the Dallas Cowboys.

Though as third string QB behind Young and Steve Bono. With Montana healthy and ready to play, a quarterback controversy soon emerged. Steve Young had proven his effectiveness in the two years he played while Montana was injured, and many fans and players alike felt that they had made the transition to Steve Young.

Furthermore, Young did not want to play if he was used only as a backup. But there was also a strong sentiment that Montana was the "face of the franchise" and it would be right for him to remain so. A rift in the locker room developed, and Montana ultimately requested a trade.

Although Young eventually led the team to another Super Bowl victory. He was never able to play without being reminded of being in the shadow of the player he replaced. Montana was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs in April 1993.

His trade, along with the free-agent signing of star Los Angeles Raiders running back Marcus Allen. To the Chiefs, generated much media attention and excitement in Kansas City.

The Chiefs mailed three jerseys to Montana. One was number 3, his number from Notre Dame which the Chiefs had retired in honor of Hall of Fame kicker Jan Stenerud. Who offered to let him wear it.

Another was number 19, which he wore in youth football and also briefly in training camp of the 1979 season with San Francisco, and the third was number 16, which Hall of Fame quarterback Len Dawson. Offered to let Montana wear since the organization had retired it. Montana was injured for part of the 1993 season. But was still selected to his final Pro Bowl and led the Chiefs in two come-from-behind wins in the 1993 playoffs.

Reaching the AFC Championship Game. Where Kansas City lost to the Buffalo Bills. In their Wild Card win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. He threw a 7-yard fourth down touchdown pass to send the game into overtime. Then against the Houston Oilers.

He led the team to 28 second half points, including three touchdown passes to earn the 29th fourth quarter comeback win of his career. Including their two playoff victories that year the Chiefs only had one prior playoff win since 1970 Super Bowl IV. , the 1993 Chiefs won 13 games, tying the franchise record for wins in a season. Starting all but two games. His highlights included a classic duel with John Elway. (which Montana won, 3128) on Monday Night Football, and a memorable game in week 2 when Montana played against his old team, the 49ers and Steve Young. In a much-anticipated match-up, Montana and the Chiefs prevailed and defeated the 49ers, 2417. Montana led his team to a final playoff appearance. Montana at the California Museum Hall of Fame. On April 18, 1995, Montana announced his retirement before a huge crowd at Justin Herman Plaza.

The event was broadcast live on local television, and included speeches from John Madden. Highlights from Montana's stay with San Francisco and interviews with former 49ers teammates were also shown. Served as the MC for the event. Montana's replacement with the Chiefs was his former backup in San Francisco, Steve Bono.

Would be dedicated to Montana, who ended the pregame ceremonies with the ceremonial coin toss. He would also be one of five Bay Area Super Bowl MVPs to whom Super Bowl 50. Was dedicated, the others being Fred Biletnikoff. All five of whom were accompanied to the field by Drew Brees. For the conclusion of the pregame ceremonies; Montana again flipped the coin on their behalf.

Among his career highlights, The Catch. The game-winning touchdown pass vs. Dallas in the 1981 NFC Championship Game.

And a Super Bowl-winning 92-yard drive against the Bengals in Super Bowl XXIII are staples of NFL highlight films. For his career with the 49ers, Montana completed 2,929 of 4,600 passes for 35,142 yards with 244 touchdowns and 123 interceptions. He had 35 300-yard passing games including 7 in which he threw for over 400 yards.

His career totals: 3,409 completions on 5,391 attempts, 273 touchdowns, 139 interceptions, and 40,551 yards passing. He also rushed for 1,676 yards and 20 touchdowns. Montana also had won 100 games faster than any other quarterback until surpassed by Tom Brady. His record as a starter was 117-47.

His number 16 was retired by the 49ers on December 15, 1997, during halftime of the team's game against the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football. Montana also held the record for most passing yards on a Monday night game with 458 against the Los Angeles Rams in 1989. He also tied Terry Bradshaw. S record for consecutive playoff games with at least two touchdown passes (7). Though this record has since been broken by Baltimore Ravens.

Montana led his team to victory in each game, and was the first player ever to win three Super Bowl MVP. Montana also held the record for most Super Bowl pass completions (83) and still holds the record for pass attempts (122) without throwing an interception. He was selected to the Pro Bowl. Eight times and selected All-Pro. He is also the only player to have two touchdown passes of 95+ yards.

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1981 Topps Football Wax Pack (ONE) Joe Montana Rookie PSA 10 $17,900