1965 Topps Joe Namath football card
 
 
 
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1965 Topps Joe Namath football card
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Since his first appearance on an AFL football field, Joe "Willie" Namath gained the attention of the sports world with his flamboyant off-the-field lifestyle, dazzling white shoes and powerful right arm that produced a significant number of long touchdown passes. He forever earned a place in football immortality when his upstart New York Jets pulled off the impossible, upsetting the virtually unbeatable Baltimore Colts 16-7 in Super Bowl III and ending the NFL's dominance over the then-perceived inferior AFL. It was this victory that led to the eventual AFC and NFC conferences both being part of a united National Football League. True, other quarterbacks have thrown more touchdowns, completed more passes and compiled a significantly higher number of passing yards, but Namath deserves a majority of the credit for two separate football leagues being united as one.

Presented here is the 1965 Topps Joe Namath football card #122. This is "Broadway" Joe's rookie card. The hobby's most prestigious rookie cards are currently realizing record auction prices seemingly every passing day, and Joe Namath's rookie card is no exception. This beautiful specimen has been graded by PSA [Professional Sports Authenticators] at the 8 [near mint/mint] level, with only 4 examples graded higher.
 
Additional Information
Product ID 230
Category Ephemera, Sports
Circa 1966
Condition near mint - mint PSA 8
Price 39995.00
 
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