In honor of Sunday’s Super Bowl 50 we’re saluting the gridiron greats of hair, namely the quarterbacks, whose strands have scored big time on and off the field throughout the years. From the ‘60s to today, here with our picks for the NFL’s hairstyle MVPs…
With ‘80s blow-dried, brush cut perfection, 4-time Super Bowl winning QB Montana had the kind of winning, effortless hairstyle that looks as current today as it did three decades ago. ‘Joe Cool’ indeed.
The all-time leading Super Bowl QB starter with movie star looks has sported some seriously stylish ‘dos over the years, but our favorite is his from very first championship appearance in 2002: long, bouncy, shiny hair, perfectly disheveled during every play.
The Manning Brothers
Laid-back, low-key and downright lovable, these NFL siblings’ normcore hairstyles – Eli’s preppy layered look and Peyton’s blond crop – perfectly embody their All-American images. But what really makes us smile are the dope looks they deliver during their must-see DirecTV rap video here.
Hair Hall of Famer, Joe Namath
Has there ever been anyone any cooler? With killer hair and an attitude to match, ’69 Jets Super Bowl superstar Broadway Joe is the KING, a hair god for the ages.