The Best Quarterbacks of All Time

  1. Tom Brady

160 Wins – 47 Losses – 4 Super Bowl Championships – 6 AFC Championships

2 MVP’s – 3 SB MVP’s – 10 Pro Bowls

53,000 YP – 392 TD – 143 Int – 63.5%

  1. Joe Montana

117 Wins – 47 Losses – 4 Super Bowl Championships – 4 NFC Championships

2 MVP’s – 3 SB MVP’s – 8 Pro Bowls

40,051 YP – 273 TD – 139 Int – 63.2%

  1. Peyton Manning

179 Wins – 77 Losses – 1 Super Bowl Championship – 3 AFC Championships

5 MVP’s – 1 SB MVP – 14 Pro Bowls

69,691 YP – 530 TD – 234 Int – 65.5%

  1. Brett Favre

186 Wins – 112 Losses – 1 Super Bowl Championship – 2 NFC Championships

3 MVP’s – 11 Pro Bowls

71,838 YP – 508 TD – 336 Int – 62.0%

  1. John Elway

148 Wins – 82 Losses – 2 Super Bowl Championships – 5 AFC Championships

1 MVP -1 SB MVP – 9 Pro Bowls

51,475 YP – 300 TD – 226 Int – 56.9% – 3,407 YR – 33 TD’s

  1. Johnny Unitas

118 Wins – 64 Losses – 1 Super Bowl Championship – 2 NFL Championships

4 MVP’s – 10 Pro Bowls

40,239 YP – 280 TD – 253 Int – 54.6%

  1. Roger Staubach

85 Wins – 29 Losses – 2 Super Bowl Championships – 4 NFC Championships (1 as backup)

1 MVP – 1 SB MVP – 6 Pro Bowls

22,700 YP – 153 TD – 109 Int – 57% – 2,264 YR – 20 TD’s

  1. Aaron Rodgers

70 Wins – 33 Losses – 1 Super Bowl Championship

2 MVP’s – 1 SB MVP – 4 Pro Bowls

28,578 YP – 226 TD – 57 Int – 65.8%

  1. Steve Young

94 Wins – 49 Losses – 1 Super Bowl Championship (2 as backup) – 1 NFC Championships (2 as backup)

2 MVP’s – 1 SB MVP – 7 Pro Bowls

33,124 YP – 232 TD – 107 Int – 64.3% – 4,239 YR – 43 TD’s

  1. Terry Bradshaw

107 Wins – 51 Losses – 4 Super Bowl Championships – 4 AFC Championships

1 MVP – 2 SB MVP – 3 Pro Bowls

27,989 YP – 212 TD – 210 Int – 51.9%

  1. Bob Griese

92 Wins – 56 Losses – 2 Super Bowl Championships – 3 AFC Championships

2 MVP’s – 6 Pro Bowls – 2 AFL All-Stars

25,092 YP – 192 TD – 172 Int – 56.2%

  1. Bart Starr

94 Wins – 57 Losses – 2 Super Bowl Championships3 NFL Championships – 2 NFC Championships

1 MVP – 2 SB MVP – 4 Pro Bowls

24,178 YP – 152 TD – 138 Int – 57.4%

  1. Drew Brees

117 Wins – 84 Losses – 1 Super Bowl Championship

1 SB MVP – 9 Pro Bowls

56,033 YP – 396 TD – 194 Int – 66.2%

  1. Troy Aikman

94 Wins – 71 Losses – 3 Super Bowl Championships – 3 NFC Championships

1 SB MVP – 6 Pro Bowls

32,942 YP – 165 TD – 141 Int – 61.5%

  1. Otto Graham

57 Wins – 13 Losses – 3 NFL Championships – 4 AAFC Championships

3 MVP’s – 2 AAFC MVP’s – 5 Pro Bowls – 7 AAFC All-Pro’s

23,584 YP – 174 TD – 135 Int – 55.8%

  1. Ben Roethlisberger

106 Wins – 52 Losses – 2 Super Bowl Championships – 3 AFC Championships

3 Pro Bowls

39,057 YP – 300 TD – 226 Int – 56.9%

  1. Fran Tarkenton

124 Wins – 109 Losses – 3 NFC Championships

1 MVP – 9 Pro Bowls

47,003 YP – 342 TD – 266 Int – 57% – 3,674 YR – 32 TD’s

  1. Dan Marino

147 Wins – 93 Losses – 1 AFC Championship

1 MVP –   9 Pro Bowls

61,361 YP – 420 TD – 252 Int – 59.4%

  1. Len Dawson

94 Wins – 54 Losses – 1 Super Bowl Championship2 AFL Championships – 1 AFL Championship (followed by SB IV)

1 SB MVP – 1 Pro Bowl – 6 AFL All-Star

28,711 YP – 239 TD – 183 Int – 57.1%

  1. Kurt Warner

67 Wins – 49 Losses – 1 Super Bowl Championship – 3 NFC Championships

2 MVP’s – 1 SB MVP – 4 Pro Bowls

32,344 YP – 208 TD – 128 Int – 59%

  1. Eli Manning

91 Wins – 76 Losses – 2 Super Bowl Championships – 2 NFC Championships

2 SB MVP – 3 Pro Bowls

39,755 YP – 259 TD – 185 Int – 59%

  1. Jim Kelly

101 Wins – 59 Losses – 4 AFC Championships

1 USFL MVP –   5 Pro Bowls – 2 USFL All-League Teams

35,467 YP – 237 TD – 145 Int – 60.1% (9,842 YP 83 TD – USFL)

  1. Daryle Lamonica

66 Wins – 16 Losses – 3 AFL Championships

2 AFL MVP – 2 Pro Bowls – 3 AFL All Stars

19,154 YP – 164 TD – 138 Int – 49.5%

  1. Warren Moon

102 Wins – 101 Losses – 5 CFL Grey Cup Championships

1 CFL MVP –   2 CFL Grey Cup MVP’s – 9 Pro Bowls

49,325 YP – 291 TD – 233 Int – 58.4% (21,228 YP 144 TD – 77 Int CFL)

  1. Joe Flacco

72 Wins – 40 Losses – 1 Super Bowl Championship – 1 AFC Championships

1 SB MVP – 1 Pro Bowl

25,531 YP – 148 TD – 90 Int – 60.5%

  1. Phil Simms

96 Wins – 64 Losses – 1 Super Bowl Championship (1 as backup)– 1 NFC Championships (1 as starter)

1 SB MVP – 2 Pro Bowls

33,462 YP – 199 TD – 157 Int – 55.4%

  1. Donovan McNabb  

92 Wins – 49 Losses – 1 NFC Championship

6 Pro Bowls

37,276 YP – 234 TD – 117 Int – 59.5% – 3,459 YR – 29 TD’s

  1. A.Title

78 Wins – 52 Losses

1 MVP – 7 Pro Bowls

33,070 YP – 242 TD – 248 Int – 55.5%

  1. Boomer Esiason

80 Wins – 93 Losses – 1 AFC Championship

1 MVP – 4 Pro Bowls

33,070 YP – 247 TD – 184 Int – 57%

  1. Drew Bledsoe

98 Wins – 95 Losses – 1 AFC Championship – 1 Super Bowl Championship (not starter) 1 AFC Championship (not starter)

4 Pro Bowls

44,611 YP – 252 TD – 206 Int – 57.2%

  1. Ken Anderson

69 Wins – 73 Losses   1 AFC Championship

1 MVP – 4 Pro Bowls

32,838 YP – 197 TD – 160 Int – 59.3% – 2,220 YR – 20 TD’s

  1. Dan Fouts

86 Wins – 84 Losses

1 MVP – 6 Pro Bowls

43,040 YP – 254 TD – 242 Int – 58.8%

  1. Sonny Jergenuson

69 Wins – 73 Losses   1 NFL Championship (not Starter)

5 Pro Bowls

32,224 YP – 255 TD – 189 Int – 57.1%

  1. Sid Luckman
  2. Norm Van Brocklin
  3. Russell Wilson
  4. Dave Kreig
  5. Randall Cunningham
  6. Trent Greene
  7. Joe Namath
  8. Ken Stabler
  9. Steve McNair
  10. Joe Theismann
  11. Earl Morral
  12. Rich Gannon
  13. Steve McNair
  14. Tony Romo

75 Wins – 48 Losses

4 Pro Bowls

33,270 YP – 242 TD – 110 Int – 65.2%

  1. Matt Ryan
  2. Phillip Rivers
  3. John Brodie
  4. Roman Gabriel
  5. Mark Brunell

 

 

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