Seattle Seahawks fans may not have any love for the San Francisco 49ers, their players, or their history, but it would be silly to discount the legacy of Joe Montana. For over a decade Montana was the most dominant quarterback in the NFL, leading the 49ers to four Super bowl wins. Along the way he collected over 35,000 passing yards, 244 touchdowns, eight pro bowl nominations, and an MVP.
It’s safe to say that the guy knows what he’s talking about when it comes to football. That’s good news for Seahawks fans because in a recent appearance on Total Access, Montana said that the Seahawks are capable of becoming a dynasty:
Only seven teams have repeated as Super bowl champions. Montana was one of them, winning with the 49ers back to back in 1989 and 1990.
Seattle might have an uphill battle to repeat, but their roster may be even better next year. Do you think the Seahawks are becoming a dynasty?