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Hall Of Fame Quarterbacks Take In 2011 Super Bowl Week

The 2011 Pro Football Hall of Fame announcement is coming on Saturday evening so it's fitting that the week leading up to the announcement we've already seen a few Hall of Fame quarterbacks. Making their way to Dallas for Super Bowl week was Joe Montana and Jim Kelly.

Though they're both Hall of Famers, Montana and Kelly have obviously had opposite careers when it comes to the big game.

Montana, who was hanging out at FOX Sports Radio in the photo below, played in four Super Bowls and won them all. He was part of the San Francisco 49ers dynasty (and the last Kansas City Chiefs team to win a playoff game). 


Jim Kelly, who was also making the rounds at Radio Row this week, also played in four Super Bowls. Unfortunately for him (and the Buffalo Bills), he didn't win any of them. Still, going to four consecutive Super Bowls is awfully impressive.


And on Sunday Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger could win his third Super Bowl. Three Super Bowl victories and it'd be difficult to leave him out of the Hall of Fame. What's amazing, though, is that Roethlisberger isn't close to being done. This Steelers team is built very well and I wouldn't be surprised to see them contend for a couple more Super Bowls before it's all said and done.

So is this a Hall of Fame quarterback?