"The fact of the matter is Joe Namath never played Johnny Unitas. Joe Flacco didn't play Peyton Manning. As corny as it still sounds, it's a team game," Namath said. "You look at that challenge. You look at the other side and see that defense and you also know that whether it's Johnny U, Joe Montana, Roger Staubach, we look at quarterbacks. We know who is playing for the other side and you're darn right we'd like to play better than them. But more importantly, it's the win that matters. You take that win, you go about getting that win any way that fits. It's about Flacco and his team. I know Joe from seeing him play over the years [and] he's been through every darn situation that you can imagine except, I guess, the Super Bowl."