Originally Posted by HILife
That's a pretty awesome list and honestly surprisingly accurate. I like that Unitas is getting some love. He was part of what began the change that would become the NFL becoming America's game - ecclipsing baseball and basketball. His numbers aren't good, but when you consider the streak that he had of TD's thrown in game a that took half a century to break - and he did it in an era that favored defense by a large margin, without an offensive guru as a coach AND that he called his own plays, he really deserves to mentioned as one of the greatest ever.