The sad, sad passing of Ken Stabler, longtime Oakland Raiders quarterback, moves Jack and his team SuccumbOnOver nicely into third place. Jack picked up 36 points, that’s 31 for Ken’s 69 years and an extra 5 for having the single shot.
Stabler threw for 27,938 yards during his 15-year career in the NFL, compiling a 96-49-1 record as a starting quarterback and a win over the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl XI. He played for the Raiders from 1970 to 1979, winning the NFL MVP award in 1974 and earning Pro Bowl honors four times. You probably know him best for the 1972 ‘immaculate reception’.
John Madden called Ken “a perfect quarterback and a perfect Raider.” Congrats to Jack for the big move, all pages are updated. And don’t forget, 10 extra points for all deaths in August!
Good luck, Commissioners Satan and Missy