OT: Best QB Of All Time From Each Team

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  1. NJCardFan

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    Was having this discussion in another forum to list the best QB's of all time from each team and it's not as easy as it looks. Here were my selections:

    Cards-Jim Hart
    Falcons-Matt Ryan
    Ravens-Joe Flacco
    Bills-Jim Kelly
    Panthers-Jake Delhomme
    Bears-Really tough call here but I said Sid Luckman
    Bengals-Ken Anderson
    Browns-Otto Graham
    Cowboys-Roger Staubach
    Broncos-John Elway
    Lions-Matthew Stafford
    Packers-Brett Favre
    Texans-Matt Schaub
    Colts-Payton Manning
    Jags-Mark Brunnell
    Chiefs-Len Dawson
    Rams-Kurt Warner
    Chargers-Dan Fouts
    Dolphins-Dan Marino
    Vikings-Fran Tarkenton
    Patriots-Tony Eason...Just kidding...Tom Brady
    Saints-Drew Brees
    Giants-Eli Manning
    Jets-Joe Namath
    Raiders-Ken Stabler
    Eagles-Donovan McNabb
    Stealers-Ben Roethlisberger
    49ers-Joe Montana
    Seahawks-Russell Wilson
    Buccaneers-Doug Williams
    Titans/Oilers-Warren Moon
    Deadskins-Joe Theisman

    So, do you agree? Disagree? Who would you change? Some were tough calls like the Bears who have never been known for their QB's.
     
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    Bradshaw has more rings than raplisberger... plus, Bradshaw is already in Canton... Ben?? Probably at some point.

    IMO.... Randall "Crazy Legs" Cunningham was better than Donovan McNabb for the iggles... the teams McNabb was on saw more success but Cunningham was a better QB and lead the iggles for over 10 years.

    and while the snake was great... Plunkett was a better QB for the Raiders

    also,...IMO Phil Simms was much better than Eli... Simms was a great QB with fantastic leadership while Eli is basically a top notch game manager.

    Jake Delhomme had some decent seasons but IMO,... Cam is superior and end career stats will show that... Cam already has 5000 more passing yards than Jake had in his entire career.

    I agree with you an Favre at this point... lets check back in six years or so, lol... ARod is giving him a serious run for that title.
     
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    No Johnny Unitas or Bart Starr?
    I keep glancing at your list and I don’t see any Dallas QB mentioned in your list.
     
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    Danny White would be the sentimental pick from az peeps but you really kinda have to go with Troy Aikman dont ya?
     
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    I believe so.
     
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    I noticed you didn't pick a QB for the team that plays in Tarrant Co., TX. Some might say Luckman was the only QB the Bears ever had. :)

    Put Bart Starr in for Favre, and Slingin' Sammy Baugh for Pencil-leg Joe. Joe didn't win those SBs--John Riggins and Art Monk did. Probably insert Bobby Layne for Stafford...for now.

    Those Cards teams from the 70s could have been epic with Jim, Mel Grey, Terry Metcalf and Air Coryell. But as usual...a Bidwill got in the way. I have a long story about why Billy Bowtie became such a skinflint; but for another day.
     
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    Roger 'the dodger' Staubach was better than Aikman in my opinion
     
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    I watched both play and i still say that Steve Young was every bit as good as Montana....and he was easily the most underrated dual threat QB that rarely gets mentioned with all the other dual threat guys who couldn't hold a candle to Young's passing ability.

    I hated both because they wrecked my Rams teams year after year but it is what it is.

    Look at Young's passing and rushing numbers and find me a better dual threat guy.
     
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    Staubach was good... not many players get to play in five SB's.... But Aikmans team was great at the same time the Niners were great and he still has more rings than Staubach... they both had short careers really, Aikman had more wins but Staubach was more consistent....
     
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    Otto Graham Browns
    Bobby Layne Lions
    Redskins Sonny Jurgeson
    Steelers Terry Bradshaw
    Cowboys Troy Aikman


    i'm old, I actually saw these guys play!!
     
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    Maybe its because I was young, but I've never felt as confident pre-game in any Cards QB doing well since Jim Hart was under center. Jake was a gunslinger, and there were times when 'Bad Kurt' would make an appearance out of nowhere.
     
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    Bart Starr was an early great, but he's not the same species as Aaron Rodgers or Favre, to those who would make the switch. I like Rodgers better in terms of skill, Favre has a lot of records simply because of his extraordinary durability. And the same for Johnny Unitas. Stood out at the time, but Peyton is the best of all time.
     
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    Bradshaw for the Steelers
    Newton for the Panthers
    Otto Graham for the Browns

    The rest I am OK with
     
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    Better Legacy: Bradshaw, Montana, Favre
    Better QB: Roethlisberger, Young, Rodgers
     
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    I would say Roger Staubach for Dallas.
     

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