The San Francisco 49ers of the 1980’s and early to mid 1990’s were one of the best teams the National Football League has ever seen. They won division titles, conference championships, and of course multiple Super Bowls. They did all this thanks to great ownership, excellent coaches, and some of the most talented and smart football players in the league.
Two main reasons that the 49ers were so successful during this time were the amazing quarterbacks they had. Joe Montana led the team throughout the 1980’s and into the new decade before the team turned the offense over to the very capable hands of Steve Young. The 49ers dominated a number of teams through this era, but there is one interesting fact relating to Montana and Young and the touchdownufabet เว็บออนไลน์อันดับ1 passes they threw during their career.
Over the course of his career, including both his time with San Francisco and his time at the end with Kansas City, Joe Montana threw more touchdown passes against the Atlanta Falcons, a total of 38, than he did against any other team. Steve Young began his career in Tampa Bay, following his time in the USFL, before eventually joining the 49ers. Over the course of his career, he threw 37 touchdown passes against the Falcons which is also more than he would throw against any other team.
Joe Montana and Steve Young were great quarterbacks for the San Francisco 49ers. They both helped their team excel and achieved things that many 49ers fans had not though possible just a few years before the 1980’s came along. They shared a lot of things in common, and one of those was the success they had against the Atlanta Falcons.