Morrall was a stud in 1968, earning MVP honors in relief of the injured Johnny Unitas, while leading the NFL's No. 2 scoring offense. He pulled up lame in the Super Bowl with bad passes and bad decisions that ruined what should have a coronation for Baltimore: before the 2007 Patriots, the 1968 Colts were the single most dominant team of the Super Bowl Era. Jets QB Joe Namath gets all the acclaim for guaranteeing victory over the mighty Colts. But the Jets defense deserves great credit for humiliating Morrall and the Baltimore offense in the 16-7 win.