Best Quarterbacks in NFL History
The Contenders: Page 5
He's a pretty good player but gets sacked a lot and he can throw pretty decent!
He's on a great team
He is really good.
He's in 102 that's weirdV 8 Comments
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.V 3 Comments
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� 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.
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. - htoutlaws2012V 2 Comments
If this dude could have stayed sober during the "prime" of his career, he would have been in the top 10.
He would be better if he did not get injured as muchV 1 Comment
Roman Gabriel was a wonderful passer. He made it look easy even with so-so talent on offense. My Vikings always found a way to beat Romans Rams but he always played better than Kapp/Fran the Man/ but Vikes always won!
Never heard of half the guys on this list...don't care what you say...he's up a lot higher than this...not even in Hall...KMV 1 Comment
199 yards, 1 TD, pick against the Chargers
Tp is so good
How did this bum even get in the running? He is a playoff killer. hoyer the playoff destroyer!V 4 Comments
Are you kidding me he is the greatest to not win a super bowl besides Dan Marino.
Jaworski led the Eagles to a super bowl, he should be higher (top 25)
Jaws could due it all in the 4th quarter.
over 33,000 yards, two super bowls, with never playing with any high profile WR.. He needs to be in the hall
Phil simms is really good. He deserves to be in the top 20 at lest
How the beep is he 100? He should be 23!
Should be in the hallV 1 Comment
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