who is the greatest QB of all time?

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  • January 27, 2010 at 10:37 am #518790 Back to Top REPORT

    Turkey113

    Joined: 9/16/2009

    On this list ya gotta vote Montana, although, I do feel Peyton Manning will end up the best of all time eventually. It’s like having an offensive coordinator lining up behind center each play!!

    For anybody that says Aikman over Bradshaw………C’mon!!!!! Thats a JOKE!!! Aikman was one of the most overrated QB’s of all time. I mean Bradshaw might have been a product of his envirmont as well, but seriously…..Aikman……All time best…… :^O[/quote:29m1kuoy]

    :^O , steroids + a ton of miracle plays + the steel curtain = Bradshaw, wait a tic, that sounds just like ole whats his name, o ya Rothlessberger :^O[/quote:29m1kuoy]

    Yea, Ol’ whats his name has 2 Super Bowl rings in his first 5 years, and the Cryboys……Oh yea, they got…….????????
    Sorry bud you got Nothin. :^O :thumbdown :^O[/quote:29m1kuoy]

    Cryboys? LOL! You mean Cowgirls? :^O

    January 29, 2010 at 5:38 am #518791 Back to Top REPORT
    rehwald67
    rehwald67

    Joined: 5/22/2009
    not the best ever but he does deserve to be mentioned Warren Moon
    January 30, 2010 at 2:53 am #518792 Back to Top REPORT

    smpops

    Joined: 12/12/2008
    5 NFL Championships, 2 Super Bowl MVP Awards, Called his own plays, longevity in an era where the rules didn’t protect the QB like they do today. Bart Starr.
    January 30, 2010 at 6:16 am #518793 Back to Top REPORT

    Turkey113

    Joined: 9/16/2009
    5 NFL Championships, 2 Super Bowl MVP Awards, Called his own plays, longevity in an era where the rules didn’t protect the QB like they do today. Bart Starr.

    Und he was the only QB who became a head coach after good ol’ Lombardi retired, I believe. Ruh-oh! Most QBs would end up having chicken feather right their behinds and lay’em eggs. :whistle

    January 30, 2010 at 7:50 am #518794 Back to Top REPORT
    nllumberco
    nllumberco

    Joined: 1/29/2008
    Without going into the old school QB’s, Montana and Young had a huge advantage over Favre, Marino and Elway in the amount of talent on offense. Jerry Rice was a great reciever, whereas the other guys made their recievers look good. That debate goes both ways though. I like Favre myself, purely based on WOW factor, both bad and good.
    January 30, 2010 at 9:35 pm #518795 Back to Top REPORT
    doberman152
    doberman152

    Joined: 1/7/2010
    Jim Kelly :whistle
    January 30, 2010 at 10:14 pm #518796 Back to Top REPORT
    thehammer
    TheHammer

    Joined: 12/6/2005
    5 NFL Championships, 2 Super Bowl MVP Awards, Called his own plays, longevity in an era where the rules didn’t protect the QB like they do today. Bart Starr.

    Atlease someone other than me knows what they are talking about……

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