The Best Quarterbacks of All Time List

This list of the greatest quarterbacks of all time only includes the best NFL quarterbacks to ever play professional football. Who are the best quarterbacks of all time? That is a question that experts have been tackling since the NFL first started in the 1920s. Defining who the best quarterback of all time isn’t easy since every individual has a different criteria that defines who is the best NFL quarterback. If you like championships, then quarterbacks like Joe Montana, Johnny Unitas, Tom Brady, Terry Bradshaw and Bart Starr are your guys. If you like gaudy numbers then you’re more likely to be a fan of Peyton Manning, Dan Marino and Brett Favre.

The quarterback position is the most important in football. The position entails being a coach on the field who can call and adjust plays on a whim, being able to dissect the defensive coverage by taking a peek at what they’re showing him, all while having the ability to avoid the oncoming pass rush and make accurate throws. Sounds easy right? The gentleman who are considered the best quarterbacks of all time have the rare ability to do all of these things in a matter of seconds.

Tim Tebow was ranked #95

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7 Responses to “The Best Quarterbacks of All Time List”

  1. Brandi says:

    ESPN had Tim on its list of the 25 Players to make its ‘All Era Team’, the best Players capable of being among the greats in any era of Football. (Except, of course, the Era of the Megalomaniacal GMs)

    Poll after Poll shows over 90% of Fans saying Tim should be QBing a team today. What we have is a small group within NFL Ranks…the GMs…who are saying over 90% of the Fans are complete idiots.

    Good Luck keeping that Business Plan going. (Oh, sorry…that’s right. The NFL has already had to push its Business Plan back by 5 years because it became unachievable.)

    • Sage says:

      Comfortably rich businessmen can coast a long, long time, I fear, before ever being brought to discipline by the marketplace.

      The nfl and its media are their own little echo chamber, and whispers from outside mean nothing to them.

      • Brandi says:

        I know how little people look closely at the real business issues. But the reality has been that the NFL will never see the type of TV deals it’s got ever again. Personally, I think they should have taken 1 year extensions on the old contracts and gone into doing the CBA without all of that coming TV money on everyone’s minds. But what’s done is done and now the NFL has a huge gap that I’m using to jump right into with ‘The League’. One it can’t even attempt to fill without tearing up the CBA now that the “sweeping powers” of the Commissioner have been shot down in the BountyGate battle. If the NFL tries to modify the CBA significantly now, in the face of competition, the Players will walk out. So basically, there’s no place to turn now and not a snowball’s chance in Key West of getting another labor agreement done down the line.

        It’s already caught up to them.

        • ck says:

          Brandi: We hope anyway!

          • Brandi says:

            I try not to underestimate the NFL’s hubris…anymore. I sat here on this very forum saying “No Pro Sports League has ever run off its most popular player”. The NFL proved it’s willing to be stupid in support of its effort to prove to everyone it’s better than all of us combined.

            So CK, hoping that hubris is finally catching up with them doesn’t necessarily mean they won’t bury themselves completely before they wake up and realize that’s what they’re doing.

            By the next census, there will be as many,and probably more, Soccer Fans in the US among 12 to 24 year olds than NFL Fans and it’s entirely possible more English Premier League Fans among young people in the country than NFL Fans. They’ve already pushed their Business Plan back 5 years and I’ve yet to find even one SportsBiz analyst who thinks they can even meet their back-up business plan. I’m not sure what it takes, at a time all they can see is the current stream of tv cash rolling in, for the NFL’s movers and shakers to stand up and say enough…but I guess we’ll find out.

      • ck says:

        Sage, how about those billboards that DID get results?!

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