1991, a year before I was born, marked one of the greatest transitions in football. For those that were alive to see it, would remember it as a sore point among not only San Francisco 49er fans, but NFL fans nationwide. Steve Young was just the backup guy, the one that no one thought about. After spending years on the bench behind the 'The Great One', Young finally got his start in 1991 after Montana went down injured and was forced to miss the entire season. That was pretty much the start of it. Montana got hurt, Young stepped in and started off shaky, and then ended up as the main man in San Francisco for years to comeùeventually winning a Super Bowl. Story sound familiar? I bet it does.á Two years ago when you thought of Brett Favre you automatically thought, Green Bay and the number ...
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