DARYLE LAMONICA AUTOGRAPHED 8X10 FRAMED PHOTO - JSA COA

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This Daryle Lamonica autograph framed 8x10 photo is boldly signed in Sharpie pen and has been authenticated by one of the world's premier autograph authentication services - JSA, This item comes with matching JSA Certificate.

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Daryle Lamonica is a former American football quarterback who played in the American Football League (AFL) and the National Football League (NFL). He was nicknamed "The Mad Bomber" due to his affinity for throwing the long pass in virtually any situation.

With Lamonica, the Raiders won four straight Western Division titles (three AFL and one AFC) and one American Football League Championship. The Raiders made one World Championship Game appearance with Lamonica as quarterback, losing to the Green Bay Packers, 33–14, in Super Bowl II, when Lamonica threw for two touchdowns, though completing only 15 out of 34 passes. Lamonica was a 3-time American Football League All-Star and twice was selected as the American Football League's Most Valuable Player, in 1967 and 1969. Daryle Lamonica went 66–16–4 as a starter, good for a 78.4% winning percentage, second best in NFL history (Otto Graham is the highest at 81.0%). In the American Football League, Lamonica's winning percentage as a starter was 90.0%, on 40 wins, 4 losses and 1 tie in 45 games, the best ever in the AFL. Although excellent at man-for-man coverage, he had a hard time reading zone defenses, more prevalent in the 1970s, and his throwing was sometimes inaccurate. Therefore, he was replaced in 1973 by Ken Stabler, who, despite a weaker arm, was better at both, leading the Raiders to a Super Bowl victory in 1976.

Career highlights and awards
2× Pro Bowl (1970, 1972)
3× AFL champion (1964, 1965, 1967)
3× AFL All-Star (1965, 1967, 1969)
2× First-team All-AFL (1967, 1969)
2× AFL MVP (1967, 1969)
AFL passing yards leader (1969)
2× AFL passing touchdowns leader (1967, 1969)
AFL rushing touchdowns co-leader (1964)


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