Upon a conversation with a buddy of mine, I decided to write a column ranking the best quarterbacks for the last 20 years, roughly. I began watching football regularly around 2001-2002. So the quarterbacks on the list will be the guys of the more modern era. Joe Montana, Dan Marino and the other stars of yesteryear will not be featured. We can save that for another day. I want to talk about the guys I have actually watched play.

The conversation with my friend was about Drew Brees and where he ranks among the best of the best. I will dive more into that conversation as I put together my rankings. Also keep in mind, some of these guys are still playing and writing their legacies.

Here is how I am dividing this up…

Tier 1 – These are your top dogs. This tier will feature the guys who are considered to be top five QBs ever. These guys can automatically elevate a team to deep playoff runs regardless of their rosters. They will find a way to get there no matter what. Win at all costs and put up the individual numbers as well. These are the guys who are staking their claim as the GOAT.

Tier 2- These guys have probably won a Super Bowl or have been there. They have had great numbers and success as passers. If given the opportunity, you would absolutely take them without hesitation. Something about them never elevated them into the tier one though. These guys are for sure hall of famers. Some of them are borderline top 10 ever.

Tier 3- These guys can get you to the playoffs and give you a deep run or two. You’re better off with them than without him. They need a great supporting cast around them to win. In all likelihood, most of them will get to Canton. It just might take some time. They aren’t carrying any teams on their back though.

Tier 4- These guys have had their runs. They have put up some solid numbers, but ultimately, they just don’t have the x-factor to be legendary. If there was a hall of really good, they would make it there.

Tier 5- These guys are still too young and inexperienced to call. They are still finding their way.

With many of the guys on the list still playing, things can change in the next few years. Some may move up, while others could move down.

Tier 1 – Best of the Best

Tom Brady (Patriots)

  • Career Stats
  • 18th Season
  • 16th Season as Starter
  • 62,269 Yards
  • 459 Touchdowns / 152 Interceptions
  • 2 Time MVP
  • 7 Super Bowl Appearances
  • 5 Super Bowl Championships
  • 4 Time Super Bowl MVP
  • 11 AFC Championship Appearences (6 consecutive)
  • 25-9 Playoff Record
  • 14 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Brady is the best quarterback to step on a football field, period. I love the evolution of Tom Brady. His job as a quarterback during his first run was to control the clock and not turn it over. He basically let his defense do their job. We have seen him operate out of multiple offensive styles from methodical approaches, air raid attacks, up tempo and everything in between. You name it, he has probably done it. I love that about him. He is adaptable. That is why he has nearly every playoff record and 5 titles. He is the GOAT, period. 

Aaron Rodgers (Packers)

  • Career Stats
  • 13th Seasons
  • 10th Season as Starter
  • 37,481 Yards
  • 300 Touchdowns / 74 Interceptions
  • 2 Time MVP
  • 1 Super Bowl Appearance
  • 1 Super Bowl Championship
  • Super Bowl MVP
  • 3 NFC Championship Appearances
  • 9-7 Playoff Record
  • 8 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Easily the most talented quarterback to ever lace up cleats. Mobility, arm strength, accuracy, he has it all. It doesn’t seem to matter how bad his offensive line, running game or defense is. He is always in the playoffs. He knows how to win and just take over. The most impressive stat about Rodgers is the touchdown to interception ratio (4.1). He has only thrown double digit interceptions twice in his career. His worst season to date was two years ago without Jordy Nelson where he threw for 3,800 yards 31 touchdowns and 8 interceptions. 

Peyton Manning (Colts, Broncos)

  • Career Stats
  • 18 Seasons
  • 17 Seasons as Starter
  • 71,940 Yards
  • 539 Touchdowns / 251 Interceptions
  • 5 Time MVP
  • 4 Super Bowl Appearances
  • 2 Super Bowl Championships
  • 1 Super Bowl MVP
  • 5 AFC Championship Apearences
  • 12-13 Playoff Record
  • 15 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Revolutionary. I don’t know that the quarterback position would be as free roaming as it is today without Peyton Manning. Early in his career, people raved about the fact he called his own plays at the line and was a master at using the play clock to put his team in the best position for positive yards. Now, every QB audibles and calls their own plays at the line. Playoff numbers were not spectacular until he made it to Denver in the twilight of his career. Nonetheless, I would rather go one and done nine times than not make it there. Contrary to the fuck wads who think not making it there is better than making it and losing. 

Jamarcus Russell (Raiders)

  • Career Stats
  • 2 Seasons
  • Codeine Problem
  • Couldn’t Stay In Shape
  • Mental Makeup of a Goldfish
  • Can Throw a Football Over the Mountains
  • Amazing Comeback Story…Not A Single Team Wanted Him

Verdict: I feel like I have to say I am totally joking here. There will be that one asshole who thinks I am serious.

Tier 2 – Hall of Famers

Drew Brees (Chargers, Saints)

  • Career Stats
  • 17th Season
  • 16th Season as Starter
  • 66,758 Yards
  • 468 Touchdowns / 220 Interceptions
  • 2 Time NFL Offensive Player of the Year
  • 7 Time NFL Pass Yards Leader
  • Super Bowl Champion
  • Super Bowl MVP
  • 2 NFC Championship Appearances
  • 6-5 Playoff Record
  • 6 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: He is this era’s Dan Marino and that is ok. Major difference is the Super Bowl. He has all the regular season numbers and there is a good chance he owns the career record for yards and touchdowns when it is all said and done. He will always be the B+ player in a crop led by Manning, Rodgers and Brady. Many fans (mainly Saints) will say he should be up there with those three, but the reality is he can’t make it to the playoffs consistently. I know, bad defenses. Manning had some awful defenses in Indy. Brady had a couple in New England. Rodgers hasn’t had much defense since Woodson left. They still managed to miss the playoffs only four times…combined. Where as Brees has missed the playoffs 10 times. He still will warrant a ranking of 7-10 all-time, but he is no Rodgers, Manning or Brady. 

Brett Favre (Falcons, Packers, Jets, Vikings)

  • Career Stats
  • 20 Seasons
  • 19 Seasons as Starter
  • 71,838 Yards
  • 508 Touchdowns / 336 Interceptions
  • 3 Time MVP
  • 2 Super Bowl Appearances
  • Super Bowl Champion
  • 5 NFC Championship Appearances
  • 13-11 Playoff Record
  • 12 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: The ironman of the NFL. His streak of consecutive starts is something to be proud of. Especially considering he played in a time where you could murder quarterbacks. Longevity has to count for something. He played 20 seasons before that became the norm for the modern era of QBs. He may be the most exciting to ever line up behind center. He took a ton of risks (maybe too many) which is why most don’t consider him in the top 5, but simply knocking on the door. He either completed a game changing pass or sent it the other way for six. Multiple MVPs, Super Bowl and Conference Championships gave Favre a spectacular career. 

Kurt Warner (Packers, Rams, Giants, Cardinals)

  • Career Stats
  • 12 Seasons
  • 10 Seasons as Starter
  • 32,344 Yards
  • 208 Touchdowns / 128 Interceptions
  • 2 Time MVP
  • 3 Super Bowl Appearances
  • Super Bowl Champion
  • Super Bowl MVP
  • 3 NFC Championship Appearances
  • 9-4 Playoff Record
  • 5 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Quarterbacking the “Greatest Show on Turf” is something fans shouldn’t take lightly. That coming from a guy who was literally bagging groceries. His story is one of my favorites. The Rams were the reason I started watching football. That offense was as good as it got. He didn’t have many seasons as a starter because of injuries and young quarterbacks coming in to steal the starting job, but he made the most of it. He never lost a conference championship game and made it to three Super Bowls. 

Donovan McNabb (Eagles, Redskins, Vikings) 

  • Career Stats
  • 13 Seasons
  • 13 Seasons as Starter
  • 37,276 Yards
  • 234 Touchdowns / 217 Interceptions
  • 3,459 Rushing Yards
  • 29 Rushing Touchdowns
  • 1 Super Bowl Appearance
  • 5 NFC Championship Appearances (4 Consecutive 2001-2004)
  • 9-7 Playoff Record
  • 7 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Easily one of my five favorite quarterbacks to ever suit up. I feel like too many people forget how great McNabb was in the early 2000s. He was exciting because of how mobile he was. His ability to get outside the pocket and make plays downfield was second to none. Until the Eagles signed Terrell Owens, his best receivers included Freddie Mitchell and Todd Pinkston. Yay. Put some fucking respect on my man’s name. This guy went to four straight NFC Title games. 

Ben Roethlisberger (Steelers)

  • Career Stats
  • 14th Season
  • 14th Season as Starter
  • 47,320 Yards
  • 305 Touchdowns / 161 Interceptions
  • 3 Super Bowl Appearances
  • 2 Super Bowl Championships
  • 5 AFC Championship Appearances
  • 13-7 Playoff Record
  • 9 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: You don’t want to face him in the playoffs. Even though, his two Super Bowls came on the backbone of two fantastic defenses. Since then, the Steelers have struggled to find a defensive identity while bolstering the most exciting offense in the NFL with the rest of the killer B’s. 

Andrew Luck (Colts)

  • Career Stats
  • 6th Season
  • 6th Season as Starter
  • 19,078 Yards
  • 132 Touchdowns / 68 Interceptions
  • 1 AFC Championship Appearance
  • 3-3 Playoff Record
  • 3 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: I know this might be pre-mature because he’s still so young and hasn’t won a Super Bowl. The Colts are an absolute dumpster fire. Without him, that team may win two games. He has been hit more than anyone since coming into the league and it is not even close. When he is in, he keeps his team in games. If his team wasn’t dog shit, we would be hearing more about how great he is. Him being so high has more to do with his upside than it does his body of work so far. 

Russell Wilson (Seahawks)

  • Career Stats
  • 6th Season
  • 6th Season as Starter
  • 18,549 Yards
  • 128 Touchdowns / 45 Interceptions
  • 2,763 Rushing Yards
  • 13 Rushing Touchdowns
  • 2 Super Bowl Appearances
  • Super Bowl Champion
  • 2 NFC Championship Appearances
  • 8-4 Playoff Record
  • 6 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Much like Luck, he is also very young. However, he does have a Super Bowl and appeared in another. He has yet to miss the playoffs in his young career. He is well on his way. I hate that people think he is a game manager because he doesn’t turn the ball over. Neither does Rodgers, but no one says that about him. He just doesn’t always push the envelope. I love that about him. Then on the flip side, he will scramble around and find angry Doug Baldwin downfield for a big play. He may be the best in the NFL and scrambling around and looking downfield. 

Tier 3 – Better With Them, Than Without Them

Michael Vick (Falcons, Eagles, Jets, Steelers)

  • Career Stats
  • 15 Seasons
  • 8 Seasons as Starter
  • 22,464 Yards
  • 133 Touchdowns / 88 Interceptions
  • 6,109 Rushing Yards
  • 36 Rushing Touchdowns
  • 1 NFC Championship Appearance
  • 2-4 Playoff Record
  • 4 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: If it wasn’t for his ability to run, he wouldn’t be here. He couldn’t hit the broad side of a barn during his prime. His best year passing came after the conviction. Still, his running ability was enough to put him in tier 3. The Falcons were always a team to be afraid and it started and ended with Michael Vick. 

Tony Romo (Cowboys)

  • Career Stats
  • 14 Seasons
  • 12 Seasons as Starter
  • 34,183 Yards
  • 248 Interceptions / 117 Interceptions
  • 2-4 Playoff Record
  • 4 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Had he not played for Dallas, people would appreciate him more as a quarterback. Maybe the most over criticized athlete I have ever seen. The Cowboys hadn’t been relevant since the early 90s and Romo helped them reach relevancy again. 

Matt Hasselbeck (Packers, Seahawks, Titans, Colts)

  • Career Stats
  • 17 Seasons
  • 10 Seasons as Starter
  • 36,638 Yards
  • 212 Touchdowns / 153 Interceptions
  • 1 Super Bowl Appearance
  • 1 NFC Championship Appearance
  • 5-6 Playoff Record
  • 6 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: I don’t know how much you remember those Seattle teams led by Hasselbeck under Mike Holgrem. They were fantastic. This offenses was efficient and fun to watch. During 2003-2006, this was one of the better teams in the NFC. Hasselbeck made very few mistakes. His biggest was when he said we want the ball and we’re going to score in an overtime coin toss. They didn’t and they lost. Yikes. 

Carson Palmer (Bengals, Raiders, Cardinals)

  • Career Stats
  • 14th Season
  • 13th Season as Starter
  • 44,869 Yards
  • 287 Touchdowns / 184 Interceptions
  • 1-3 Playoff Record
  • 3 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Ill-timed injuries have hurt Palmer’s career. In 2005, I was convinced they were going to win the Super Bowl. That offense was lightning with Palmer under center and Rudi Johnson standing behind him. On the outside, you had Chad Johnson, TJ Houshmanzadeh and then Chris Henry in the slot. They were unstoppable. That was until Palmer sustained a brutal knee injury where essentially every ligament tore. They thought his career might be over. I love seeing him back in form with Cardinals. 

Matt Ryan (Falcons)

  • Career Stats
  • 10th Season
  • 10th Season as Starter
  • 38,274 Yards
  • 242 Touchdowns / 114 Interceptions
  • MVP
  • 1 Super Bowl Appearance
  • 2 NFC Championship Appearances
  • 3-5 Playoff Record
  • 5 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Not much playoff success until last season when the Falcons made it all the way to the Super Bowl and then *clears throat, straightens tie* blew a 28-3 lead. Suck it. They may wind up going back after the way they look this year. I thought last year was a statistical anomaly for Matt Ryan, but I may be wrong. I can’t quite put him in tier 2 because he needs a few more runs under his belt. 

Philip Rivers (Chargers)

  • Career Stats
  • 14th Season
  • 12th Season as Starter
  • 46,356 Yards
  • 318 Touchdowns / 157 Interceptions
  • 1 AFC Championship Appearance
  • 4-5 Playoff Record
  • 5 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: For having such a big mouth, he sure does fly under the radar as a formidable quarterback. Regular season QB for sure. With only five playoff appearances, he hasn’t made it to the playoffs often. That is the big knock on him. 

Eli Manning (Giants)

  • Career Stats
  • 14th Season
  • 13th Season as Starter
  • 48,677 Yards
  • 321 Touchdowns / 217 Interceptions
  • 2 Super Bowl Championships
  • 2 Time Super Bowl MVP
  • 2 NFC Championship Appearances
  • 8-4 Playoff Record
  • 6 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: I am trying not to be a prisoner of the moment because Eli looks like shit now. He had some very great runs and once he gets into the playoffs, he somehow turns it up. He is obviously not the right Manning. 

Joe Flacco (Ravens)

  • Career Stats
  • 10th Season
  • 10th Season as Starter
  • 32,977 Yards
  • 185 Touchdowns / 119 Interceptions
  • Super Bowl Champion
  • Super Bowl MVP
  • 3 AFC Championship Appearances
  • 10-5 Playoff Record
  • 6 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Speaking of playoffs, is there anyone who is more average in the regular seasons who makes the playoffs and turns it up? The Ravens finally have another great defense so don’t be surprised if they get in and Flacco turns into a mythological creature again. 

Steve McNair (Oilers, Titans, Ravens)

  • Career Stats
  • 13 Seasons
  • 11 Seasons as Starter
  • 31,304 Yards
  • 174 Touchdowns / 119 Interceptions
  • 3,590 Rushing Yards
  • 37 Rushing Touchdowns
  • MVP
  • Super Bowl Appearance
  • 2 AFC Championship Appearances
  • 5-5 Playoff Record
  • 5 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: From 99-03, he was at the top of the game. One of the best QBs in the league with two deep playoff runs. In 2003, he split the MVP with Peyton Manning. He was a good dual threat guy, but he was also surrounded with a great team with one of the best defenses and backs with Eddie George. 

Tier 4 – Hall of Really Good

Trent Green (Chargers, Redskins, Rams, Chiefs, Dolphins, Rams)

  • Career Stats
  • 15 Seasons
  • 7 Seasons as Starter
  • 28.475 Yards
  • 162 Touchdowns / 114 Interceptions
  • Super Bowl Champion (Rams 1999)
  • 0-2 Playoff Record
  • 2 Playoff Appearances
  • 3-5 Playoff Record
  • 5 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Does anyone remember how good the Chiefs offense was with him at QB? A lot of that had to do with Priest Holmes and Larry Johnson. In Green’s defense, all he had to throw to was Tony Gonzales. His receivers were poo-poo and he somehow managed to be near the top in passing yards for 3-4 years. 

Matthew Stafford (Lions)

  • Career Stats
  • 9th Season
  • 9th Season as Starter
  • 30,717 Yards
  • 193 Touchdowns / 109 Interceptions
  • 0-3 Playoff Record
  • 3 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: If there is someone who can get it done in crunch time, it is Stafford. However, he usually helps them get into a hole to begin with. Only three playoff appearances in nine years, not exactly stellar. 

Cam Newton (Panthers)

  • Career Stats
  • 7th Season
  • 7th Season as Starter
  • 22,171 Yards
  • 138 Touchdowns / 79 Interceptions
  • 3,596 Rushing Yards
  • 48 Rushing Touchdowns
  • MVP
  • 1 Super Bowl Appearance
  • 1 NFC Championship Appearance
  • 3-3 Playoff Record
  • 3 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: His arm is wildly inconsistent. He is a great dual-threat QB, but he needs a little more on his resume’ to be considered with some of the other greats. I also think mentally the guy is tissue paper. I don’t like how he ran his mouth during their 15-1 season and then the next year buried his head in the sand. If you’re going to talk shit, talk shit. No just when the chips are up. I still love Newton 

Chad Pennington (Jets, Dolphins)

  • Career Stats
  • 11 Seasons
  • 7 Seasons as Starter
  • 17,823 Yards
  • 102 Touchdowns / 64 Interceptions
  • 2-4 Playoff Record
  • 4 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: Good ole Chad Pennington. The Jets were pretty good once Pennington took over. He was just the QB they needed. He didn’t have the strongest arm so short to intermediate passes were the name of his game. With Curtis Martin in the backfield, that is all you need. 

Aaron Brooks (Packers, Saints, Raiders)

  • Career Stats
  • 8 Seasons
  • 7 Seasons as Starter
  • 20,261 Yards
  • 123 Touchdowns / 92 Interceptions
  • 1,534 Rushing Yards
  • 13 Rushing Touchdowns
  • 1-1 Playoff Record
  • 1 Playoff Appearance

Verdict: Shut up Saints fans. I know you will bitch about this but he had four good seasons statistically. There were worse options out there. You hate him because he laughed after throwing picks. People were torn on the debate whether it should be him or Jeff Blake. He was the better of the two. 

Jeff Garcia (49ers, Browns, Lions, Eagles, Buccaneers, Raiders, Eagles, Texans)

  • Career Stats
  • 11 Seasons
  • 8 Seasons as Starter
  • 25,537 Yards
  • 161 Touchdowns / 83 Interceptions
  • 2,140 Rushing Yards
  • 26 Rushing Touchdowns
  • 2-4 Playoff Record
  • 4 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: He may be one of my favorite QBs on this list. Whenever he had his number called, he answered. This is what we call a glue guy. When McNabb got hurt for Philly, who was there to save them? Good old Garcia. He was never a star, but he could get you to the playoffs and win football games. 

Alex Smith (49ers, Chiefs)

  • Career Stats
  • 13 Seasons
  • 13 Seasons as Starter
  • 28,465 Yards
  • 162 Touchdowns / 91 Interceptions
  • 2,102 Rushing Yards
  • 13 Rushing Touchdowns
  • 1 NFC Championship Appearance
  • 2-4 Playoff Record
  • 4 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: This poor guy never had a chance as he had 7478372 different offensive coordinators. Once he found Harbaugh, he was casted off for Colin Kaepernick. Then he found Andy Reid. Since then, he has become the model of consistency. He’s going to give you a few plays with his feet and throw for 200 yards completing a high percentage of passes and win a lot of football games. 

Andy Dalton (Bengals)

  • Career Stats
  • 7th Season
  • 7th Season as Starter
  • 22,608 Yards
  • 142 Touchdowns / 85 Interceptions
  • 18 Rushing Touchdowns
  • 0-4 Playoff Record
  • 4 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: He just sucks in the playoffs. 

Marc Bulger (Rams, Ravens)

  • Career Stats
  • 10 Seasons
  • 7 Seasons as Starter
  • 22,814 Yards
  • 122 Touchdowns / 93 Interceptions
  • 1-2 Playoff Record
  • 2 Playoff Appearances

Verdict: He had some great seasons for the Rams but he was never good enough to elevate them to the playoffs often despite having legends like Marshall Faulk, Steven Jackson, Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce.

Jay Cutler (Broncos, Bears, Dolphins)

  • Career Stats
  • 12th Season
  • 11th Season as Starter
  • 32,697 Yards
  • 209 Touchdowns / 146 Interceptions
  • 1-1 Playoff Record
  • 1 Playoff Appearance

Verdict: He was too much of an enigma to amount to much. He put up some gaudy numbers early on. Then, he fell off the wagon. Then, the last few years in Chicago, he quietly had some decent seasons. Again, not enough to win though. 

Tier 5 – Too Young to Tell

Derek Carr (Raiders)

  • Career Stats
  • 4th Season
  • 4th Season as Starter
  • 11,686 Yards
  • 86 Touchdowns / 31 Interceptions
  • 0 Playoff Appearances (Injured 2016)

Verdict: Love love love Derek Carr. He is an absolute stud. The Raiders are going to be a good football team for a long time. Despite not having a great defense, it doesn’t matter. You need about 30 points to have a shot at winning anyway. Carr is my favorite of the young guns. 

Jameis Winston (Buccaneers)

  • Career Stats
  • 3rd Season
  • 3rd Season as Starter
  • 8,336 Yards
  • 51 Touchdowns / 33 Interceptions
  • 7 Rushing Touchdowns

Verdict: He reminds me a lot of Brett Favre. He is a true gunslinger. His style of play is exciting. He can run, but he isn’t going to tuck it. He will roll out and throw it across his body. I think he is going to have a stellar career. 

Carson Wentz (Eagles)

  • Career Stats
  • 2nd Season
  • 2nd Season as Starter
  • 4,422 Yards
  • 20 Touchdowns / 16 Interceptions

Verdict: I think Wentz is going to have his coming out party this year and we will get a better feel for the second year quarterback. I don’t know that he is an all-pro, but I think he will have share of deep runs with the right personnel. I think his career path follows someone like Hasselbeck. 

Marcus Mariota (Titans)

  • Career Stats
  • 3rd Season
  • 3rd Seasons as Starter
  • 6,715 Yards
  • 46 Touchdowns / 20 Interceptions
  • 651 Rushing Yards
  • 5 Rushing Touchdowns

Verdict: I think he has the best team around him built to develop. A strong running game paired with some solid receivers. He has a formidable defense good enough to get the job done. I don’t ever see him being a mega star. When all the older guys retire, I see him being in the same category as someone like Rivers. 

Dak Prescott (Cowboys)

  • Career Stats
  • 2nd Season
  • 2nd Season as Starter
  • 4,173 Yards
  • 26 Touchdowns / 6 Interceptions
  • 330 Rushing Yards
  • 6 Touchdowns

Verdict: I am in a pickle here. I am not sure what to make of Dak. I will have a better idea after this season. However, I don’t think he is as bad as that Broncos game. Gut is telling me lower end tier 3, maybe 4. 

Kirk Cousins (Redskins)

  • Career Stats
  • 6th Seasons
  • 3rd Season as Starter
  • 12,532 Yards
  • 74 Touchdowns / 43 Interceptions
  • 0-1 Playoff Record
  • 1 Playoff Appearance

Verdict: It depends on whether or not he gets out of Washington. The longer he stays, I believe is just increasing the chances of killing his career. We will see. 

My Top 20 of the Last 20 Years (If Careers ended today)

  • 1 – Tom Brady
  • 2 – Peyton Manning
  • 3 – Aaron Rodgers
  • 4 – Brett Favre
  • 5 – Drew Brees
  • 6 – Donovan McNabb
  • 7 – Kurt Warner
  • 8 – Ben Roethlisberger
  • 9 – Eli Manning
  • 10 – Russell Wilson
  • 11 – Philip Rivers
  • 12 – Steve McNair
  • 13 – Andrew Luck
  • 14 – Matt Ryan
  • 15 – Michael Vick
  • 16 – Tony Romo
  • 17 – Matt Hasselbeck
  • 18 – Carson Palmer
  • 19 – Joe Flacco
  • 20 – Matthew Stafford

Recap of Tiers

  • Tier 1 – Brady, Rodgers, Manning
  • Tier 2 – Brees, Favre, McNabb, Warner, Roethlisberger, Luck, Wilson
  • Tier 3 – Vick, Romo, Hasselbeck, Palmer, Ryan, Rivers, Manning, Flacco, McNair
  • Tier 4 – Green, Stafford, Newton, Pennington, Brooks, Smith, Garcia, Dalton, Bulger, Cutler
  • Tier 5 – Carr, Winston, Wentz, Mariota, Prescott, Redskins
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