The trash talk in the NFL has always been pretty legendary. And it's always fun to hear what some of the players and coaches used to throw at each other. Sometimes, it's aggressive. Vulgar language is common and the players can get funny, insulting, or even offensive.

However, sometimes that trash talk gets weird. There are the occasional players that complement their opponents. It's something former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was pretty famous for. And it's unclear whether he was doing it to just anger his opponents more, or if he was truly complimenting them.

Luck is not the first person to do this though. According to Kyle Madson of, Chicago Bears' legend Mike Singletary dealt with some crazy trash talk too. He was speaking of San Francisco 49ers' legendary quarterback Joe Montana.

In case you wanted to hear Singletary's account of the situation for yourself, 95.7 The Game took to Twitter to have you covered.

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That absolutely has to be infuriating. Hearing insults and true trash talk from your opponent is normal. So it's likely not going to get into anyone's head too much.

However, what about the nice talk? It almost sounds insincere. Like he's mocking you. Especially considering Montana is one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time. Adding his insane skill level into the occasion definitely makes it a lot more infuriating. Because good luck ever actually stopping him too often.

Montana is a Hall of Famer. He is one of the winningest NFL quarterbacks of all-time and one of the most talented. And now we know that his trash talk was downright weird, and probably got under a lot of opponents' skins.