By Marc Lawrence, PlaybookSports.com — Interesting question, posed by a Playbook client. I entered all of Joe Montana’s situational records into the Well Oiled Machine and you’d be amazed at how comparable the two are. Montana was 118-74 ATS overall in his starts, including 38-12 ATS when coming off a loss. Brady was 212-158-10 ATS overall, and 60-32-1 ATS off a loss. EDGE: Montana. But quarterbacks aside, my vote for the all-time NFL GOAT would be for irksome Jim Brown, the greatest running back the game has ever seen.