Best Quarterbacks in NFL History

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61 Matt Flynn

If he had a solid shot at with a team he could be great. Look at the comebacks he had at Green Bay in place of Rodgers with no perpetration.

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62 Nick Foles Nick Foles Nicholas Edward Foles is an American football quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League.

He had great potential but like Kaepernick his on the tale of falling down. - htoutlaws2012

He's not the one who will take the eagles to big game.

Nick Foles is a one hit wonder and that was with Shady and Desean Jackson.

He. Is very good

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63 Ryan Tannenhill

He's really good, but the rest of the team needs some work

Tannehill should be number 2000000 on here.

He is the best quarterback who ever lived

Ryan tannenhill sucks

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64 Danny White

Took the Cowboys to three straight NFC championships, should be 25 spots higher

65 Joe Kapp

Roughest toughest quarterback to play the game. Steve Sabol will back me up on that! (drafted by the Minnesota Vikings 1967)

The forgotten man. The toughest quarterback to play the game! Steve Sabol will back me up on that!

66 Doug Williams Doug Williams Douglas Lee "Doug" Williams is a former American football quarterback and former head coach of the Grambling State Tigers football team.

FIRST BLACK QB TO WIN SUPERBOWL

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67 Tobin Rote

Under-rated Charger QB of the 1960s.
MVP of the league. - AFCMan

68 Jim Hart

I loved to watch jim play when I was a kid. he was a great player and leader he just never had a great team of players around him.

He was a Cardinals Leader and should be about five places higher.

Jim hart was great in the 70's - only the cowboys could beat st louis back then - he should be wayyy higher (top 40)

69 Andy Dalton Andy Dalton Andrew Gregory Dalton is an American football quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League.

I'm shocked that Andy Dalton is in the top 65:) lol

I personally don't care for Andy Dalton, but I am a Bengals fan and I find it appaling that he is not on this list. Ryan Leaf? Are you KIDDING?

I gotta say with all the weapons he has around him he has started to see and play better as he progesses just win a playoff game red rifle. - htoutlaws2012

He needs some help

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70 Josh McCown Josh McCown

He should have replaced Jay Cutler forever!

How far is ej manuel he sucks bad josh is better than a landslide!

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71 Geno Smith Geno Smith Eugene Cyril Smith III, better known as Geno Smith, is an American football quarterback for the New York Jets of the National Football League.

What the hell is he doing on this list - Itckdos

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72 Bert Jones

Every body forgets this guy!
Ask the quarterbacks of the 70's and they will tell you what was and would have been if not for Bert getting injured!

Lots of people never saw this guy, he was easy in the top 50.

73 Bernie Kosar

I watch him bring the Browns back in the game. He made the other team pay for there mistake.

Probably the most football smart quarterback in nfl history

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74 Jim Everett
75 Teddy Bridgewater Teddy Bridgewater Theodore Edmond "Teddy" Bridgewater II is an American football quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League.

He's a pretty good player but gets sacked a lot and he can throw pretty decent!

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76 Jameis Winston Jameis Winston Jameis L. Winston is an American football quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League.

There is no way he should be on this list hands down

I love jameis Winston he might play for the nice but I know every thing about him and one day this future legend will be # 1 yes.-jairam.

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77 David Garrard
78 Vince Young Vince Young Vincent Paul Young, Jr. is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League for six seasons.

This guy was great in UT. Definably should be in the top 15 or top 10! - gibsonrock53

The best running QB ever, barely been in the league but still should be up there

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79 Kordell Stewart

Stewart still holds the longest run from scrimmage by a quarterback when he played the Carolina (Panthers) and ran for a touchdown.

This Steelers quarterback possessed a combination of skills as a passer, rusher, and pass receiver that is highly unusual for his position. He was called a modern-day Jim Thorpe´┐Ż by coach Bill Cowher! How can anyone forget "Slash"? The man who made the "The Miracle of Michigan" happen?

I remember listening to bob Marley when I was about 5 or 6 years old. I've sang "No Woman No Cry" for my junior year talent show, then I sang "One Love" for my senior year... AND I WON! I still be jammin to this day to good ol' Bob, and he'll always have a special place in my heart.

80 Daunte Culpepper Daunte Culpepper Daunte Rachard Culpepper is a former American football quarterback. He last played for the Sacramento Mountain Lions of the United Football League.

Ryan Leaf was the worse starting Q. B ever at least Daunte had 1 MVP like season in 2004 and R. Moss was during half that time

He was good with the vikings but as backup he wasn't as good. - htoutlaws2012

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