The one and only Peyton Manning

SEC Football: The 50 Greatest Players in SEC History

Don Meredith, 1960 - 1968, played 104 games, position Quarterback, "Dandy Don Meredith was an extremely popular player while with Dallas. Meredith plated high school, college and professional football all very close to the Dallas area. He started 85 games at Quarterback for the Cowboys, completing 1170 of 2308 passes for 17,199 yards and 135 touchdowns. He also rushed for 1,216 yards on 242 carries, scoring 15 touchdowns. Meredith made the Pro Bowl in 1966,1967 and 1968.

Dallas Cowboys: 50 Greatest Players

Don Meredith, 1960 - played 104 games, position Quarterback, "Dandy Don Meredith was an extremely popular player while with Dallas. Meredith plated high school, college and professional football all very close to the Dallas area. He started 85 games

Bradshaw and Noll.  They didn't always get along, but they certainly had their moments.

Chuck Noll, who led the once pitiful Pittsburgh Steelers into an era of triumph in the became the first and still only NFL coach to win four Super Bowls and did it all with a fundamental, no frills style, died xxx

1965 NFL Western Conference Playoff Game - Baltimore Colts vs Green Bay Packers - December 26, 1965  Pro Football Hall of Fame head coach Vince Lombardi of the Green Bay Packers watches the action from the sideline in the Pakcers 13-10 win over the Baltimore Colts in the 1965 NFL Western Conference Title Game on December 26, 1965, at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Vernon Biever/NFL)

Vince Lombardi of the Green Bay Packers watches the action from the sideline in the Pakcers win over the Baltimore Colts in the NFL Western Conference Title Game on December at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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