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Byline: Matt Maiocco
CANTON, Ohio_Something like this was attempted in 1994 by a committee composed of media members and league personnel.
Their goal was to elect the NFL's all-time team to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the league.
Today, the debate continues at the game's most important position. And with Joe Montana being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this morning, it seems as good a time as any to pose the question: Is he the greatest quarterback who ever lived?
"Yeah, Montana is one of the greatest of all time," said Dan Fouts, himself a Hall of Fame quarterback. "But if somebody says (Johnny) Unitas, it just depends on how his skills are as a debater."
In 1994, the committee entrusted with the task narrowed it down to four players: Montana, Unitas, Sammy Baugh and Otto Graham.
Montana is known for his cool in big games. A three-time Super Bowl MVP, Montana guided the 49ers to four Super Bowls in his 10 years as the …