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  Daryle Lamonica - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lamonica spent his collegiate career at the University of Notre Dame, and was the team's starting quarterback for three seasons.
In 1967, Lamonica was traded to the Oakland Raiders with Glenn Bass for Art Powell and Tom Flores.
Lamonica was a three-time American Football League All-Star and twice was selected as the American Football League's Most Valuable Player, in 1967 and 1969.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Daryle_Lamonica   (369 words)

 Oakland Raiders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Daryle Lamonica: I played with some really great athletes and I think Jim Otto was one of the greatest centers that ever played the game.
Daryle Lamonica: I’ve heard a lot of people say that the game has changed, and the players are a little bigger, a little stronger but the game hasn’t changed.
Daryle Lamonica: John was a great coach during the week.
www.raiders.com /history/whatever_lamonica.jsp   (1112 words)

 NFL Starting Quarterbacks of 1971- Daryle Lamonica
Daryle Lamonica is a rarity- a Notre Dame quarterback who has made it big in pro football.
The Raiders gladly grabbed Lamonica in a trade before the '67 season after he served four years as back-up man to Jack Kemp at Buffalo.
It was said that Lamonica sometimes was dense under pressure and that he invited interceptions by insisting on throwing into the teeth of a 3-deep defense.
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 darlye lamonica personal appearances, football, pittsburgh steelers, representation, Darlye Lamonica
Daryle Lamonica was born in Fresno, California and grew up on a farm raising peaches and grapes.
Daryle lettered in four sports at Clovis High School, was All-State QB, and turned down a professional baseball contact with the Chicago Cubs.
Daryle started his NFL career with the Buffalo Bills and became the starting QB for the Oakland Raiders in 1967.
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 Alumni Spotlight: Daryle Lamonica - Buffalo Bills
Daryle Lamonica helped the Bills to a 12-2 record and the first of back-to-back AFL titles in 1964.
Even though Daryle Lamonica was drafted by the NFL’s Green Bay Packers in the 12th round, the Notre Dame quarterback chose to go with Buffalo, who were then playing in the AFL and had selected him in the 24th round.
Lamonica also handled the punting duties with 52 kicks and a 40.1 average.
www.buffalobills.com /news/AlumniSpotlightDaryleLamonica.jsp   (1029 words)

 NFL.com: Jets-Raiders series boasts several classics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Lamonica completed 20 of 47 passes for 401 yards and a touchdown.
Lamonica competed passes of 24 yards to Fred Biletnikoff and 37 yards to Warren Wells, and the Jets were penalized for a personal foul to put the ball on the New York 12 with a little more than two minutes remaining.
Lamonica got a measure of revenge on Dec. 6, 1970, at Shea Stadium when he threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Wells with one second remaining for a 14-13 victory.
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 Legendary Notre Dame Quarterbacks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Lamonica (6-feet-3, 215 pounds), later nicknamed the "Mad Bomber," started three seasons for the Irish, leading Notre Dame in passing as a senior when he completed 64 of 128 passes for 821 yards and six touchdowns.
Lamonica, named to the 1962 East-West Shrine game after his senior season, completed 20 of 28 passes for 349 yards, and was named the game's Most Valuable Player.
Lamonica, who played in the Little League World Series, lettered in four sports at Fresno Clovis High School, and turned down a professional baseball contract with the Chicago Cubs.
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Lamonica had matured fast and looked as if he could take right over at QB and do an outstanding job.
He thought about the emergence of Daryle Lamonica as a mood quarterback, and he thought how hard pressed he would be for his No. 1 ~ob if he didn't change some of his tactics.
Lamonica, who is in his third year as a professional, has seen very little action this year.
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 Daryle Lamonica Oakland Raiders Daryle Lamonica
Lamonica that season completed 220 of 425 passes for 3,228 yards and 30 touchdowns.
Lamonica was named player of the year again in 1969 with very similar numbers: He completed 221 of 426 attempts for 3,302 yards and 32 touchdowns.
The AFL merged into the NFL in 1970 and Lamonica remained with the Raiders until his retirement after the 1974 season.
www.raidersonline.org /daryle-lamonica.php   (868 words)

 American Football League Most Valuable Players   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Daryle Lamonica, the 'Mad Bomber', passed for over 3,000 yards, with 3,228 yards off 220 completions on 425 attempts, for 30 touchdowns, running for another four.
In 1968, Lamonica threw for 100 more yards and 10 more touchdowns than Namath, but Namath was the consensus AFL MVP.
Lamonica had his third straight 3,000-yard season, passing for 3,302, with 34 touchdowns, and he ran for one score.
www.remembertheafl.com /AFLMVPs.htm   (1157 words)

Daryle came to the Raiders via a trade with the Bills, and in his first season, he led the team into the Super Bowl by defeating the Houston Oilers (40-7).
Although losing to GB in SB II (33-14), Lamonica went on to have many explosive seasons with the Raiders and his career 16, 655 yards is second only to “The Snake” Ken Stabler’s 19,087 yds.
While Lamonica did play in SB II, Gannon has yet to be there, but since Lamonica is retired and Gannon may have a couple of years left, Gannon’s cannon could out gun Lamonica’s bomb and win a SB.
www.raiderdrive.com /mad_bomber.htm   (1812 words)

 Interesting Raider Facts
WR Tim Brown is the only man in Raider history to score on a run, a reception, a kickoff return and a punt return.
Daryle Lamonica guided the Raiders to a 37-4-1 record from 1967-1969 which included three straight appearances in the AFL championship game and one Super Bowl.
Lamonica holds the Raiders single season record for touchdown passes, he threw for 34 in 1969.
www.geocities.com /madnessmike/interesting_raider_facts.htm   (1459 words)

 Oakland Raiders
Names of such talents as Tom Flores, Daryle Lamonica, Ken Stabler and Jim Plunkett appear on the Raiders all-time roster as former quarterbacks.
Also on the record list are Daryle Lamonica with 2,248 attempts in eight seasons and Plunkett with 1,697 attempts in nine seasons.
Hypothetically, if Gannon were to perform at the same pace for eight total seasons with the Raiders (Lamonica played eight seasons, Plunkett played nine, and Stabler played 10) his numbers would be approximately 4,170 attempts and 2,588 completions.
www.raidersenespanol.com /newsroom/newsroomNewsDetail.jsp?id=2536   (741 words)

 Super Bowl II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
And starting quarterback Daryle Lamonica had thrown for 3,228 yards and 30 touchdown passes, the most by any NFL or AFL quarterback in the season.
The Raiders defensive backs were fooled by the fake handoff, allowing Dowler to slip by the man covering him, catch the pass, and outrun the defense to score on a 62-yard touchdown completion, increasing the lead to 13-0.
Lamonica finished the game with 15 out of 34 pass completions for 208 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 1 interception.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Super_Bowl_II   (1969 words)

 History of Pro Football in Buffalo
The Bills lost the Eastern Division title in 1963 at the expense of rookies Daryle Lamonica, Ed Rutkowski, Dave Behrman, Gene Sykes, George Saimes and Jim Dunaway.
Saban explained why he had removed him in the second half in favor of Lamonica, "It was so bad (the laryngitis), Kemp couldn't be heard either in the huddle or at the line.
Saban has defended himself by saying that he has played Daryle every time possible (when the game is locked up by one team or the other).
www.billsbackers.com /JackKemp.htm   (3739 words)

 Oakland Raiders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
QB Daryle Lamonica led the Raiders to victory in their first ever Monday Night Football appearance.
Then, on a second-and-nine from the Washington 28, quarterback Daryle Lamonica found wide receiver Warren Wells open in the end zone for the touchdown to earn the Silver and Black a 14-point lead.
Hewritt Dixon continued his power running as Lamonica moved the Raiders into position for George Blanda to boot a 35-yard field goal, increasing the Raider lead to 17-3.
www.raiders.com /history/gm19.jsp   (1170 words)

 Lamonica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
As a rookie for the Bills in 1963 Daryle wore this Riddell model "TK-5" helmet.
It features the "tru kurv" rounded shell and a six point suspension.
It was necessary for Riddell to paint every new helmet back then including helmets that needed to be white because the color of the bare impregnated plastic shell was an unattractive yellowish hue.
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 Daryle Lamonica Products
Daryle Lamonica, 1969 Topps Four In Ones Football #33
1964 Topps Daryle Lamonica # 31 - SGC 30 - Rookie
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 Oakland Raiders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Clem Daniels, Billy Cannon, Hoot Gibson, Art Powell and Daryle Lamonica were among many great players to wear the "silver and fl", to be joined by AFL legend George Blanda in 1967, the start of a nine-year career with the Raiders.
At Oakland, he was a clutch kicker and a valuable "reliever" who pulled games out if fellow Hall of Famer Daryle Lamonica was unavailable or ineffective.
Notre Dame's Daryle Lamonica was drafted by the Buffalo Bills, where he went on to be the "relief pitcher" for their two American Football League championship seasons in 1964 and 1965.
www.conigliofamily.com /Raiders.htm   (2463 words)

 Daryle Lamonica autographed Notre Dame Fighting Irish mini helmet
Daryle Lamonica autographed Notre Dame Fighting Irish mini helmet
Notre Dame Fighting Irish mini helmet autographed by former star quarterback Daryle Lamonica.
This dealer may be surety bonded or otherwise insured to ensure the authenticity of any collectible sold.
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 1964 AFL Champions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
"Daryle Lamonica started his first game at quarterback and promptly bombed the Broncos with a 46 yard scoring pass to Eddie Rutkowski."
"Daryle Lamonica completed 7 of 10 2nd half passes, including a 44 yard touchdowner to Elbert Dubenion, and scored once himself as the Bills made it four in a row with a tough 23-20 come fom behind win over Oakland."
A 27-yard pass to Duby was followed by a 30-yard rollout heave to Ernie Warlick.
www.conigliofamily.com /1964AFLChampions.htm   (1113 words)

 Daryle Lamonica DROP BACK Poster Print (c.1969) - Oakland Raiders Football - Photofile 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
From the prime of his eight-year run with the Silver and Black, this spectacular poster features star QB Daryle Lamonica dropping back to pass in his inimitable style, ready to unload another of his big-gain bullets.
From the old-school helmet, to the ancient footwear, to the timeless Raiders uniforms, this is the ultimate image of the man who led his team to Super Bowl II against the Green Bay Packers.
All posters are shipped in a strong mail-safe tube, and are protected by a no-hassle satisfaction guarantee.
www.sportsposterwarehouse.com /warehouse/lamonicapf.htm   (261 words)

 Heidi Game - ArmchairGM - Sports Wiki, Sports Blog, Sports Resource, Sports Community, Sports 2.0   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
While millions of stunned fans found themselves watching Heidi, the Raiders scored two touchdowns in nine seconds and held on to win, 43-32, in what has been voted by fans as one of the 10 most memorable games in American football history.
Daryle Lamonica completed a 20 yard pass to Charlie Smith.
Mike D’Amato grabbed Smith's facemask on the play and the 15 yard penalty put the Raiders into Jets territory on the 43 yard line.
www.armchairgm.com /mwiki/index.php?title=Heidi_Game   (1803 words)

 Daryle Lamonica Products   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
1968 Topps Unpunched Standup Daryle Lamonica High Grade
Daryle Lamonica QB Buffalo Bills 1966 Topps # 27
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 Buffalo Bills
The Bills’ only scoring threat was set up by a 62-yard KO return by Elbert Dubenion, but Buffalo couldn’t move and a 39-yard FG attempt fell short.
In the 2nd half, Buffalo scored 1st on a 93-yard pass play from Daryle Lamonica to Dubenion late in the 3rd quarter, but Boston answered with a 68-yard TD capped by a Parilli pass to Larry Garron that put the game out of reach.
QB Daryle Lamonica’s 93-yard TD pass to Elbert Dubenion would mark the longest TD pass in postseason play for the Bills.
www.buffalobills.com /history/index.cfm?cont_id=33766   (320 words)

 Daryle Lamonica Products   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Daryle Lamonica 06 Legendary Players Game Worn Jersey
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 Daryle Lamonica Football Cards - Football Singles and Rookie Trading Cards
Daryle Lamonica Football Cards - Football Singles and Rookie Trading Cards
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 Daryle Lamonica Autographed Oakland Raiders Official Riddell Pro Line Helmet
Daryle Lamonica Autographed Oakland Raiders Official Riddell Pro Line Helmet
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 Daryle Lamonica Autograph   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
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 Athletic Promotional Events Daryle Lamonica Oakland Raiders Authentic Autographed NFL Throwback Black Jersey
Athletic Promotional Events Daryle Lamonica Oakland Raiders Authentic Autographed NFL Throwback Black Jersey!
This Athletic Promotional Events Daryle Lamonica Oakland Raiders authentic autographed fl NFL throwback jersey comes with a Certificate of Authenticity that features a photo of the him signing the item and a matching hologram.
Note: Returns are NOT accepted on this item unless item is incorrect or damaged.
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 1973 Great Quarterbacks #2, book   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Shipping outside United States: Quoted at time of purchase
Description: by Bil Gutman - Billy Kilmer, Terry Bradshaw, Fran Tarkenton & Daryle Lamonica.
The full story on each, plus their stats.
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