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[NFL]Who is the best QB of all time


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Who is the best QB of all time  

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  1. 1. Who is the best QB of all time

    • 1.John Elway
      12
    • 2.Joe Montana
      27
    • 3.Johnny Unitas
      3
    • 4.Dan Marino
      11
    • 5.Brett Favre
      5
    • 6.Terry Bradshaw
      0
    • 7.roger staubach
      1
    • 8.Steve Young
      7
    • 9.Dan Fouts
      0
    • 10.Other
      1


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Lets see. Many people its going to say Favre or Marino. statistically they are.

But I think that the title should be reserved for the one who made his team win and that, my friends its no other than the great Montana.

Elway also its in a close second.

P.D.: If Brady wins another Bowl he its going to top Montana easily.

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montana now.

brady may beat him soon, which is scary....

you just can't consider marino the best, he's missing the ring. to be the best, you have to win.

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Joe Montana.  This isn't even close.

Elway has no business being on this list.

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Come on, give him some credit...his RB's won him the rings :p

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Oh please. While Davis was amazing (I am still think that he is the real best RB ever, but his injury was too much) no team go to the superbowl and wins (Two times in a row) without a good QB.

Elway was amazing. The captain comeback gentlemen.

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Oh please. While Davis was amazing (I am still think that he is the real best RB ever, but his injury was too much) no team go to the superbowl and wins (Two times in a row) without a good QB.

Elway was amazing. The captain comeback gentlemen.

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I'm not discrediting him for his rings, I'm just saying that he deserves credit for winning the rings along with his RB's. No team will ever win a Super Bowl without a good RB.

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I'm not discrediting him for his rings, I'm just saying that he deserves credit for winning the rings along with his RB's.  No team will ever win a Super Bowl without a good RB.

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Superbowl XXXVII Winner: Tampa Bay. No good RB

Superbowl XXXVI Winner: New England. No good RB at that time

Superbowl XXIX Winner: 49ers. Horrid RB at that time (Wasnt Garrison "Irregular" Hearts their RB at that time?)

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Without Davis, Elway was 0-3...and two of them being some of the most embarrassing defeats in SB history.

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Hey, at least he was at the SB 3 times (I am looking at your direction Marino) :p

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Superbowl XXXVII Winner: Tampa Bay. No good RB

Superbowl XXXVI Winner: New England. No good RB at that time

Superbowl XXIX Winner: 49ers. Horrid RB at that time (Wasnt Garrison "Irregular" Hearts their RB at that time?)

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Let me correct myself, if I may: It's very rare for a team to win a Superbowl without a good running back.

Better? ;)

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montana now. 

brady may beat him soon, which is scary....

you just can't consider marino the best, he's missing the ring.  to be the best, you have to win.

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Being the best QB doesn't mean you must have a ring... You team could be really bad, and that is no reflection of your skills... He does have the record for having the most records you know.. Had he had some better players around him, he would prolly have a few rings. Gotta admire him for sticking it out as long as he did! My vote goes to Dan Marino!

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Joe Montana. He was destined for his QB greatness. Won Pass Punt Kick as a young boy, HS Championship, Major Bowl Victory, National Champion @ ND, Multiple Super Bowls at San Fran. He was an amazing athlete.

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Let me correct myself, if I may: It's very rare for a team to win a Superbowl without a good running back.

Better? ;)

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Thats better! Now, give me a hug :p

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In that case, looks like Brady will be the all-time best in no time. Seeing as he didn't even play in the NFL until Bledsoe got injured, he has the story of an underdog, which is always favored.

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In that case, looks like Brady will be the all-time best in no time.  Seeing as he didn't even play in the NFL until Bledsoe got injured, he has the story of an underdog, which is always favored.

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But still, he has prove that he is not only surrounded by a good team, he is a true leader and an excellent player.

Not all underdogs are overrated. Look at Steve Young.

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Not all underdogs are overrated.

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What I meant about underdogs being favored is that people look at adversity when ranking athletes, and obviously, as of now, Brady has had more adversity than Montana. Underdogs are almost never overrated, just like last year's Pistons in the NBA and the Marlins against the Yankees.

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Terry Bradshaw.

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Bradshaw was indeed badass. The eternal Bradshaw vs Staubach its legendary.

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What I meant about underdogs being favored is that people look at adversity when ranking athletes, and obviously, as of now, Brady has had more adversity than Montana.  Underdogs are almost never overrated, just like last year's Pistons in the NBA and the Marlins against the Yankees.

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Or we can remember Mark Brunell (My biggest football dissapointment in my life) or Jamal Anderson :p

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Slightly off topic, but Jesse Palmer as the bachelor was the single darkest day in NFL history!

I'm gonna stick with most people and say Montana was the best . . . I'd rather not see it, but there's a good chance Brady will surpass him

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