Best NFL Quarterbacks
Best NFL Quarterbacks

Top 10 NFL Quarterbacks of All Time

By Nathan James, Associate Writer
Published March 16, 2018
  • Tom Brady.[1][2]
  • Tom Brady
    Brady has led the New England Patriots to five Superbowl wins, the most wins of any quarterback in NFL history. This two-time NFL MVP and four-time Superbowl MVP has earned his spot as the greatest QB of all time.

  • Joe Montana.[1][2]
  • Joe Montana
    The face of the San Francisco 49ers for over a decade, Montana led his team to four Superbowl wins, earning two NFL MVPs and three Superbowl MVPs.

  • Peyton Manning.[1][2]
  • Peyton Manning
    Winning a Superbowl with the Indianapolis Colts and the Denver Broncos, Manning holds a plethora of NFL records, including most career passing yards and most touchdown passes, as well as the most NFL MVP awards (five) and the most Pro Bowl selections (14).

  • Brett Favre.[1]
  • Brett Favre
    As well as boasting the most pass completions in NFL history, Brett Favre has a Superbowl under his belt and is the only player ever to be awarded NFL MVP three years in a row.

  • John Elway.[1]
  • John Elway facts
    During an illustrious 16-year career with the Denver Broncos, Elway led his team to two Superbowl titles, picking up an NFL MVP, Superbowl MVP, and nine Pro Bowl selections.

  • Dan Marino.[1][2]
  • Dan Marino fact
    Despite having never won a Superbowl, Dan Marino is universally acknowledged to be one of the all-time greats. He was selected nine times for the Pro Bowl and won the NFL MVP in 1984.

  • Troy Aikman.[1]
  • Troy Aikman facts
    Aikman led the Dallas Cowboys to three Superbowl victories during the 1990s, picking up a Superbowl MVP and six Pro Bowl selections along the way.

  • Roger Staubach.[1]
  • Roger the Dodger
    "Roger the Dodger" led America's team, the Dallas Cowboys, to two Superbowls, earning him the nickname "Captain America."

  • Aaron Rodgers.[1][2]
  • Aaron Rodgers QB
    The youngest QB on our list, Aaron Rodgers has already earned his place on any top 10 list. His phenomenal accuracy has helped him earn two NFL MVPs and lead the Packers to a Superbowl victory.

  • Steve Young.[1]
  • Steve Young QB
    Young had big shoes to fill, taking over the 49ers helm from legend Joe Montana. He followed Montana's lead, adding a fifth Superbowl title to San Francisco's trophy shelf and picking up two NFL MVPs for himself.

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