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During the regular season I probably wouldn't want Eli as my quarterback, but if my team is down in the 4th quarter in the Super Bowl, give me Eli 100% without a doubt. #bELIeve
Eli is the best when it comes to Super Bowls. As soon as he is in the playoffs, he shows who is boss.
My name is Eli but I am a bears and patriots fan
The GOAT who cares about tommy boyV 2 Comments
Tom brady is better than eli manning he should number 1
Eli manning? That guys not bad but he pretty average compared to Tom Brady.
Brady is on par with Montana, he must be at the top.
Not just a living legend but the living legendV 4 Comments
This guy is not the most famous quarterback in the history of football for no reason. He can throw down just about any quarterback you put him against!
Joe Montana has won 4 Super Bowls which is the most by any Qb and has lost none. He has thrown 11 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. He has won 3 Super Bowl MVP's.
When time counts Joe is the guy 4-0
3 Super Bowl MVP #1
Talk about bailarinas! Nice tip toe in Corner of the end zone! He also caught 5 passes on the winning drive!
He has the best super bowl return ever. He dissapered into the pack and then he reappeared. - shabookie
My dad has a autographed ball of all the 1969 Baltimore colts
Adam Vinateri wins the game for his team in the superbowl. if it wasn't for him, the patriots wouldn't be a dynasty. - jwileson
HE can't THROW IN A SB WORTH CRAP
Yes Drew Brees is beast
He the best who don't get his recognition but we love him in that who that nation go blk &gold we wil see you in New York super bowl sunday ya heard me.
Drew Brees is probably the 3rd best qb right now. - Danmarino4
This guy is very difficult to throw on. He will not let you catch the ball easily AT ALL! He is a very excellent player! - endsegregationV 1 Comment
One of the all time greatest quarterbacks ever. 4 Super Bowl rings in the 1970's. Go Steelers!
1 of the best
The fastest human being to ever play the game of football, and most likely also the only one who could beat Usain Bolt occasionally.
His anchor leg in the 4X100 relay in the 1964 Olympics is the fastest any human has ever run under his own power on level ground, but relay legs do not count for records. Time for that last 100 was 8.7 seconds.
His post-football years were unfortunately not happy ones.
RIP "Bullet" Bob Hayes.
In one of his first games ever he got over 100 yards, even though the Seahawks lost he was one of the best players that night
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2. Eli Manning
3. Kurt Warner