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  1. We’re going to win Sunday. I guarantee it. Joe Namath
  2. When you win, nothing hurts. Joe Namath
  3. If you aren’t going all the way, why go at all? Joe Namath
  4. When you have confidence, you can have a lot of fun. And when you have fun, you can do amazing things. Joe Namath
  5. You learn how to be a gracious winner and an outstanding loser. Joe Namath
  6. How you recover from what life’s throwing at you is what matters. Joe Namath
  7. Till I was 13, I thought my name was ‘Shut Up.’ Joe Namath
  8. As a football coach, everything in your life comes after your football schedule. I just could not make that commitment. Joe Namath
  9. I’ve figured out that life in general is a team effort; it’s a team game. Joe Namath
  10. The name of the game is ‘kill the quarterback.’ Every football team tries to knock the guy out of the game that’s handling the ball. Joe Namath
  11. I was focused on athletics, outdoors, sports. Joe Namath
  12. There are some things you only learn through experience. Joe Namath
  13. I was lucky enough when it came to sports and work ethic to be taught some basics that continue to be important. Joe Namath
  14. I’ve gotten a kick out of being around people like Al Davis, John Madden and Sid Gillman, talking about football and talking about how I played. That carries a lot of weight with me. You look at my statistics and numbers, wins and losses, there’s nothing that’s real outstanding there – except accomplishing that major goal of winning the Super Bowl. Joe Namath
  15. My family’s the most important thing in my life. Joe Namath
  16. Johnny Unitas was my hero. Joe Namath
  17. Pressure just makes you go a little more. I kind of like pressure. Joe Namath
  18. First, I prepare. Then I have faith. Joe Namath
  19. I couldn’t do anything I didn’t enjoy. Joe Namath
  20. What I do is prepare myself until I know I can do what I have to do. Joe Namath
  21. I was born with the gift. Joe Namath
  22. I was a workhorse; there was never a practice that I didn’t enjoy.
    Joe Namath
  23. I’m lucky. Joe Namath
  24. Where I came from, sports were the only way to get out front. Joe Namath
  25. Times have changed. The athletes have changed. Joe Namath