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Brady reminds Walsh of Montana

By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / January 21, 2004

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When it comes to quarterbacks, whose opinion is more valued than Bill Walsh's? He made Joe Montana. He made Dan Fouts when he was the offensive coordinator in San Diego. He ran the "West Coast offense," which is perilously close to what Tom Brady and the Patriots use. Montana, who won four Super Bowl championships -- he was MVP of ... (Full Article: 941 Words)

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