Those who think the Seahawks may be on the verge of a dynasty have a somewhat unlikely ally — Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana. I say unlikely only in the sense that Montana created his legend with Seattle’s arch-rival, the 49ers.
But that didn’t stop Montana during an appearance this week on NFL Network’s NFL Total Access from saying that he thinks the Seahawks are here to stay.
You can watch what he said here.
And in a quote provided by the NFL, Montana said, when asked if the Seahawks can be a dynasty: “I think they have the capability to. When you look at the way the team is put together, they’re young, they’re aggressive; their coach is very aggressive and upbeat. Anytime you can make going to work fun, even though you’re playing as I say ‘a stupid game for a living,’ it makes going to that facility every day really a joy. When you’re having fun at what you’re doing, you’re always a lot better at it.”