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Always be prepared to start.
The game is just, everybody talks about baseball, but I really think football probably has a little bit more American feeling than anything.
My mother and father, Joe and Theresa Montana brought me along and taught me to never quit, and to strive to be the best.
I don’t live in the past. I just live in the enjoyment of the game.
Yeah, it’s nice to look up to people, but the more you try to be somebody else, the less you are of yourself.
My back only bugs me when I sleep wrong. I feel my knee more than anything, the left one. It’s arthritic. I have a bad nerve in the back of my eye.
In sports… you play from the time you’re eight years old, and then you’re done forever.
Cause there’s only one reason for doing anything that you set out to do. if you don’t want to be the best, then there’s no reason going out and trying to accomplish anything.
Especially in football, it is not a QB’s game… even though the media likes to make it into that – it takes the whole team.
Winners, I am convinced, imagine their dreams first. They want it with all their heart and expect it to come true. There is, I believe, no other way to live.
If I could still play, I would be trying. It’s been 15 years.
I miss the game – I miss it a lot.
As a quarterback, you have to love it. As much as you like to turn around and hand the ball off – the whole traditional football game – as a quarterback, you gotta love putting it in the air.
My back only bugs me when I sleep wrong. I feel my knee more than anything, the left one. It’s arthritic.
As a quarterback, there’s no better way to finish your year, in winning a Super Bowl, than with a touchdown pass. The chances of that happening, by the looks of most of the Super Bowls, is a very rare chance. Fortunately for me, I had an opportunity.
You know, I’ve had blowups with my coach too. The same thing happens, it just wasn’t as evident back then because they didn’t have so many cameras and ways to see things happen.
Man, coaching is a hard job, and it requires a lot of time… I hear stories from coaches who tell me that players call them in the middle of the night not knowing where they parked their car.
I don’t live in the past.
Installing a new offense is harder than a new defense. It just takes time.
There’s no thrill like throwing a touchdown pass.
Confidence is a very fragile thing.
I started a business with two guys I played with, Ronnie Lott and Harris Barton: Champion Ventures, it’s a fund of funds. We have $400 million or so under management.
I mean the game is just, everybody talks about baseball but I really think football probably has a little bit more American feeling than anything.
You need to be able to work with people. Especially in football, it is not a QB’s game… even though the media likes to make it into that – it takes the whole team.
Yeah, I think it motivates you as people start to count you out. It doesn’t make you play any harder, because every time you go out on the field you give 110 percent, but it does give you more of an edge mentally, knowing that you were in the same situation, because in sports you always find yourself behind.