NFL legend Sam Wyche Talks Joe Montana, Bill Walsh, Jerry Glanville, The Super Bowl And Getting Fired By The Bengals
Few people in the history of the universe can lay claim to the amount of NFL experience and historical significance of Sam Wyche. Whether as a quarterback playing for the Bengals and Redskins under legends Paul Brown and George Allen, or being the first assistant coach iconic NFL mind Bill Walsh ever hired, or being Joe Montana’s QB Coach for the first four years of his NFL career, Sam Wyche has had a hand in almost every significant occurrence in league history. Like the “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon”- except the NFL version.
So, pay your respects and if you don’t know who Sam Wyche is, read on and prepare to know more about the game you love, through the eyes of a man who has lived things you can only dream of. Or if you hate reading, listen to the full interview (starts at 21:45) by clicking the “Play” button below:
In 1989 you handed the Oilers and then coach Jerry Glanville a 61-7 beat down where you continued to pass until the final minutes of a game even after the score was 30-0 at half time. There are rumors as to why you kept your foot on the gas for so long, including that Glanville had run up the score in the previous meeting. What precipitated the beat down? Read more →