Frankie Albert, who was born in Chicago, started at Glendale High School, Glendale, California and at Stanford University where he was coached by T formation apostle Clark Shaughnessy. At Stanford he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. In the 1942 NFL Draft he was drafted by the Chicago Bears as a 10th overall pick. After quarterbacking the Los Angeles Bulldogs of the Pacific Coast Football League in 1945, he played seven seasons for the San Francisco 49ers. Albert, a left-handed scrambler, was credited for inventing the bootleg play and he was named AAFC co-Most Valuable Player with Otto Graham in 1948. He played his last two seasons competing with Y. A. Tittle. Albert played one final season with the Canadian Football League's Calgary Stampeders. After his retirement, he became the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. He coached the 49ers for 3 seasons with a 19-16-1 record. He died on September 5, 2002, from Alzheimer's Disease. Many who saw him in action credit him as being the greatest left-handed quarterback to ever play the game.
Super Bowl XI (1977) Ken Stabler 1-yard TD pass to Dave Casper
(Raiders beat Vikings 32-14)
Super Bowl XXIX (1995) Steve Young 6 TD passes
(49ers beat Chargers 49-26)
*1988 MVP Boomer Esiason was not one of them. He had no TD passes in Super Bowl XXIII.
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Yes, dog killer!
The Best Quarter back is Drew Brees, He has one the most MVP's through out the season's he has been in the NFL. Also he has broken the record for the most complete catches in NFL history.
Because they are protecting the quarterback's blind side.
this is a question that cannot be answered right now for the nfl level anyway i guess he was good in college and with good work ethic has the potential to be a good nfl quarter back
1998 NFL Season
Lefty Jose on a team