What Super Bowl Player is Your Golf Partner?

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Which Super Bowl Player is Your Golf Partner

By T.J. Auclair
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There are still a few hours left of hype before Super Bowl LVII between the Kansas City Chiefs (Arizona) and Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium Glendale, Arizona. decided that we should join the excitement and asked our Facebook community: Warum We Deliberative Dami Get damit all at At PGA. All An an uns With all PGA. PGA. So,Based on Super Bowl performance which NFL player would you prefer as your golf partner for a money game?
The feedback was overwhelming. The feedback was overwhelming with hundreds of responses. Here are the top 9 NFL players you want to be your golfing partner in a money-game based on Super Bowl performance.
Agree? Disagree? We want to hear your reasons.
9. Jim McMahon
You cant deny it! Whats not to love about this guy? This is a two-time Super Bowl champ with the Chicago Bears. Hed probably rock one of his headbands during the round and —
of course — youd be doing The Super Bowl Shuffle to get hyped up for the match.
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Jim McMahon. – Irish Putts
Jim McMahon. Chicago Bears. Barefoot and beer drinking – TJ Wolnik
8. Steve Young
Young was Joe Montanas backup and the first Super Bowl MVP who was also the leading QB, and leading rusher. He finished his career with the San Francisco 49ers as a three-time Super Bowl Champion.

Steve Young
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But seriously, Steve Young. I bet he would have a nasty lefty swing. – Pat Evett
Steve Young! – Drew Frechette
7. Adam Vinatieri
What? Did you know that a kicker made it to the top? You bet. Vinatieri is a four-time Super Bowl champ (three with New England, one with Indianapolis), and is considered the greatest clutch kicker ever. The Snow Bowl against the Raiders, where — in blizzard conditions — he kicked a game-tying field goal in regulation and a game-winner in overtime; and two Super Bowl-winning field goals in the final seconds of those memorable games.
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Adam Vinatieri. Jake Morrison
Adam Vinatieri. -Jonathan Flores
Adam Vinatieri. Talk about money, this guy is a mister under pressure. -Michael Toth
Adam Vinatieri. Because he was clutched when the pressure was on. . . That is a man I want to see win a five-footer. -Thomas Hawkeye Valdez
Adam Vinatieri. He is clutch when the game rests upon his shoulders. – Ryan Stonaker
6. Terry Bradshaw
Its amazing that Bradshaw didn’t get more attention. He won four Super Bowls for the Steelers in six years. Even more impressive? He was undefeated in all four Super Bowl appearances.
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How come no one has said TERRYBRADHAW yet? – Matt Allen
Terry Bradshaw would have fun. James B. Batchelor
Terry Bradshaw. The Man has never lost. So, in golfing, I would win every time! Gary Hernet
Terry Bradshaw. He was not as athletic or natural as Joe Montana. Yet, he did the exact same thing Montana did: led his team to 4 Super Bowls. Terry is my best friend. I was born and raised in Northern California. 49er Fan. Terry Bradshaw, a Football Fan, is DA MAN. Ed Rapp
5. Jerry Rice
Okay. Weve reached No. 5 to No. 2 where you could flip a coin as to the order in which these players should be ranked. No. 5 is widely regarded as the greatest wide receiver in NFL history and the greatest overall player. Rice won three Super Bowls in San Francisco with the 49ers and an AFC Championship at the Oakland Raiders. If you havent heard, Rice loves to play golf.

Jerry Rice
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Jerry Rice. – Thomas Moran
JERRY RICE. Rickey Joseph Abraham
Jerry Rice definitely. – Jeremy Clark
Jerry Rice all the day! Antwain Smith
Jerry Rice in Super Bowl XXIII. With 215 yards and 11 catches, he won the game MVP. He said Montana was the best and deserved the MVP in a post-game interview. Hes a class act and the greatest WR of all time. Hed be a great partner for golf. Travis Falkner
4. Eli Manning
It was difficult to imagine Peyton as your quarterback before 2007. However, with two Super Bowl wins over the New England Patriots — both MVP performances, one of which broke up an undefeated season for the Patriots — little brother Eli and the New York Giants have proven on more than one occasion that youd rather have Eli in the clutch than big brother Peyton. Its not bad considering that both will be Hall of Famer.
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Eli Manning. Eli Manning. Joseph S. Loveless
Eli Manning. – Jarrod Leuck
Eli Manning all day. He has ice in his veins. – Anthony Freda
Eli Manning because of his prowess in mastering the 4th quarter drives. -Kristin Conforti
Eli Manning . . . He is not to be underestimated. He has something to prove. He plays with no fear, and has shown that he can hold his own under pressure. – A.P. Cooper
Eli Manning. He doesnt care about whether you are undefeated, or if your team is supposed to beat him. Mr. Clutch. -Mike Heiss
3. Tom Brady
What can I say? This guy is extraordinary. He is the slowest player on the field, but he is also the smartest. Yes, I know this is written by a New England Patriots diehard fan. But that is not the point. Brady is considered the greatest of all time, with seven Super Bowl wins — six with the Patriots and one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers . . . This is the highest number of NFL players. Brady, who retired earlier this month after a career of nearly every NFL passing record, is still the best.

Tom Brady plays a shot during Capital Ones The Match VI – Brady & Rodgers v Allen & Mahomes at Wynn Golf Club on June 01, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty images for The Match).
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Tom Brady. . . Without a doubt! – Clayton Bennett
Tom Brady Could Do That! – William Blake Klein
Tom Brady is cool as a cucumber! – Frank Avelar
Tom Brady! Enough said! Matthew Cimino
Tom Brady. Read his interview in a magazine about golf from a few years back. Impressive. Mike Finlin
2. John Elway
Elway led the Denver Broncos to five Super Bowls. Elway was able to win back-to-back Super Bowls on those trips. Elway retired from the NFL in 1999. He was statistically one among the most prolific passers in NFL History.
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John Elway. – Scott Gay
John Elway. Dan Lockhart
Elway! – Mathew Wukich
John Elway. Hes almost a scratch golfer. Money in the bank! Jim Asquith
Elway. Back 2 Back Rings! – Matt Bolt
Elway, going to give it all to the birdies! Randy Wheatley
Elway courage, determination. – Michael Kinney
Gotta John Elway. Helicopter dive for first down. He did not leave it all on the field, and was not going away. This is the attitude I want when the money is at stake. – Chad W. Kennedy
1. Joe Montana
Remember earlier when we said you could flip the coin for No. 5-2? Its No. This is the one thats unquestionable. Not even close. Montana is far and away the only player in NFL history that most Facebook users would like to have on their side. Why? He was a starter in four Super Bowl matches. . . All of them won.

Joe Montana (Photo: Phil Weymouth/Getty Images).
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Joe Montana 4 for 4… go Niners! – Bryan Hogan
Joe Montana! Ann Savoie
Joe Montana LEGEND! – Chris Goodman
Joe Montana. – Bryon Kennedy
Joe Montana. You can see how cool he kept the team on the 92 yard, game-winning-drive against Bengals. Joe Cool was cool all day. – Ryan Johnson
Joe Montana. One of the best QBs for pressure situations. – Allen Winemiller
Joe Montana is the best, no one else is as close, not even Tom Brady and Im a Michigan supporter. Darrell Hovinen
Montana. You wouldnt lose the big game. – Andrew Giovanni Galvin
Joe Montana is smoother than a well-raked trap. – Todd E. Narol
Joe Montana, he is precise with his passes like a great golfer needs to! – David McClure
Joe Montana. Nobody else can keep his cool under fire like Joe Montana. Hes like the iceman on the football field. – Darrell Hovinen
Gotta Joe Montana. John Candy is seen looking into the gallery. He then throws the pass for the win. He knew he would win! – Jerry Mac
Joe Montana, cool like a cucumber and undefeated. However I would like Scott Norwood to join their team so all their clutch puts would be wide right. – Anthony Reed

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