Joe Namath is dead or still alive? Obituary?

The most memorable thing about Joe Namath is his amazing performance in the New York Jets’ 16-7 victory over the much-loved Baltimore Colts in the third Super Bowl. However, during his 13-year tenure from 1965 to 1977, he was one of the most exciting, skilled and well-known quarterbacks in the sport.

Namas established historical status in his first professional football game. According to reports, he signed a $400,000 contract in early 1965, which allowed the NFL in the costly interleague wars of the 1960s.

The greatest victory was achieved. The St. Louis Cardinals of the National Football League also selected Namas. “Broadway Joe” quickly became known, and he won the starting position in the third game in 1965, when he was praised as the AFL Rookie of the Year.

In 1967, he became the first quarterback to pass more than 4,000 yards in a single season. In 1968, he was awarded the AFL Player of the Year and Player of the Year with the MVP honor in Super Bowl III.

Namas’s pre-match “guarantee” is backed by his 206-yard pass, which is a major factor in ensuring the competitiveness of the AFL-NFL Super Bowl series. For most of his career, Namas suffered from knee injuries.

Despite this, he completed 1,886 passes, 27,663 yards and 173 touchdowns in the Jets’ 12 seasons, and made his last attempt with the Los Angeles Rams in 1977. He enjoyed many extraordinary days, one of which was in the 1968 AFL Championship.

He threw three touchdown passes and led the New York team to a 27-23 victory over the Oakland Raiders, thus establishing a dramatic third Super Bowl match. Namas won all league honors four times in his career (1967, 1968, 1969, and 1972), and was selected to the AFL All-Time Honor Team in 1969. He was also selected for four AFL All-Star games and one AFC-NFC Pro Bowl.

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