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    1965 Topps Joe Namath #122 PSA EX+ 5.5. One of the greatest moments in football history happened when "Broadway Joe" and his underdog Jets defeated the heavily-favored Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III at the Orange Bowl in Miami on January 12, 1969. Now under dogs have won before but Namath told the world it was going to happen. "I got a little hot. All week I read about how great the Colts were and how we didn't belong on the same field with them. I was tired of it. I said, 'Wait a minute, pal, I've got news for you. We're going to win this game. I guarantee it!" and history was made. His rookie card from the 1965 Topps football issue is larger than the norm, not unlike Namath's personality. His performance helped legitimize the AFL. It remains as one of the most important football cards in the hobby. Graded PSA EX+ 5.5.


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