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25 Greatest Quarterbacks in NFL History

Can you guess Bleacherreport.com's Top 25 Quarterbacks ever to play in the NFL?
Quiz by johnsonncn5
First submittedNovember 25, 2012
Last updatedNovember 25, 2012
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Joe Montana
Johnny Unitas
Tom Brady
Peyton Manning
John Elway
Roger Staubach
Otto Graham
Dan Marino
Fran Tarkenton
Steve Young
Brett Favre
Dan Fouts
Sammy Baugh
Sid Luckman
Bart Starr
Sonny Jurgensen
Len Dawson
Warren Moon
Terry Bradshaw
Ken Anderson
Drew Brees
Troy Aikman
Norm Van Brocklin
Y.A. Tittle
Randall Cunningham
level 40
Mar 22, 2013
Guys, this isn't my opinion. This was what bleacherreport.com's opinion (whoever wrote the article). I'm with you on that one.
level 38
Feb 7, 2019
Tom Brady has 6 rings. Definitely first place.
level 21
May 14, 2019
This is from 2013 smart guy
level 51
Jun 19, 2013
I know it's not your list but no way Randall Cunningham is better than Jim Kelly or Joe Namath.
level 51
Oct 9, 2013
Missing: Bob Griese, Jim Kelly, Kurt Warner, and Jim Plunkett....
level 51
Aug 1, 2014
Refreshing to see a list like this w/o Namath on it.
level 61
Nov 20, 2014
Agreed. He might be one of the most famous, but statistically he was very mediocre.
level 8
Feb 10, 2015
tom brady should have second
level 59
May 7, 2015
Should accept -------son instead of just --------sen.
level 6
Dec 31, 2015
Tom Brady should be first 4 super bowl wins, 6 appearances, best all time winning percentage, best playoff winning percentage, most playoff touchdowns, one of the best td to int rations, the list goes on.
level 36
May 5, 2016
Just because he won Super Bowls doesn't make him good
level 17
Sep 19, 2016
Brady ain't close to the best qb
level 38
May 20, 2019
level 40
Sep 27, 2016
He's also a cheater
level 38
May 20, 2019
Funny joke.
level 53
Dec 28, 2017
griffin124 You just listed some of the most absurd statistics to back up Brady.
  • Most career yards- Manning
  • Most touchdowns- Manning
  • Most completions- Favre
  • Yards in a season- Manning
  • Touchdowns in a season- Manning
  • TD to INT- Rodgers
  • Best passer rating- Rodgers
  • The number of Super Bowls doesn't compare. Brady is good quarterback, but it is still not even close. Even the simple stats show it.
    level 55
    Mar 24, 2018
    I think Brady is good, but if you take away his super bowls and Belechick, compare him to Aaron Rodgers. Completion Percentage: Rodgers TD/Int Ratio: Rodgers (2x as good as Brady) MVP: Brady by one Better Defense: Brady (Packers defense is trash) Rodgers has thrown the longest pass all time, longest completion all time, has completed four Hail Marys, won 2 MVPs, and has the coolest accuracy highlights ever
    level 5
    Mar 22, 2017
    guys unitas deserves to be 2nd if you look at his stats he never passed for more than 3500 yards in a season.but in unitas time quarterbacks didn't throw the ball that much they mostly ran it.plus in his time he had more yards than anybody by about a 1500 yard margin
    level 70
    Jul 3, 2017
    Great quiz. This should be featured & eligible for points.
    level 58
    Nov 8, 2017
    Quiz Suggestions Nelly Furtado Discovery, Kim Wilde Discovery, Bonnie Tyler Discovery, Jordin Sparks Discovery
    level 40
    Nov 9, 2017
    Already did Jordin Sparks, rest coming at some point.....
    level 8
    Nov 28, 2017
    Where's Steve McNair?
    level 53
    Dec 28, 2017
    Broken list!! Why is Jimmy Garoppolo not on this list?!? He is clearly the best of all time! :)
    level 58
    Jan 22, 2018
    Otto Graham & Sammy Baugh are two QBs who are fun to research. Though from the "Dark Ages" these two were something else. Consider championships PRE-Super Bowl and look at Graham. Baugh was so versatile he led the league as a PUNTER in yards per punt five times, and one season led in interceptions with 11---THAT'S AS A DEFENSIVE BACK. Per the NFL record book his yards per punt of 51.4 during the 1940 season still stands as an NFL record as of 2017. Don't knock these old guys just because you may have never heard of them: Look 'em up.