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big d
02-05-2007, 05:14 PM
I was arguing with a buddy about my list of top ten qb's of all time. here is my list in no specific order.
Marino, Aikman, Favre, Unitas, Montana, Elway, Bradshaw,Tarkenton. manning and brady. What do you all think? and who would be your top 10?

TEEMONT
02-05-2007, 05:20 PM
My top 10, in order:

1. Unitas
2. Montana
3. Favre
4. Elway
5. Marino
6. Manning
7. Tarkenton
8. Bradshaw
9. sigh.....Brady
10a. Troy Aikman
10b. Jim Kelly

big d
02-05-2007, 05:22 PM
My top 10, in order:

1. Unitas
2. Montana
3. Favre
4. Elway
5. Marino
6. Manning
7. Tarkenton
8. Bradshaw
9. sigh.....Brady
10a. Troy Aikman
10b. Jim Kelly

What about warren moon? If you look at his stats they are incrediable

TEEMONT
02-05-2007, 05:30 PM
He is top 15 no doubt, but I hate to drop Trakenton out of my top 10 to throw Warren Moon in there. I think I do have Fran rated a little high, but if Moon were to get into my top ten (11) I would put Moon at 7 and drop Fran out.

Blitzburgh55
02-05-2007, 05:30 PM
What about Bart Star

big d
02-05-2007, 05:32 PM
He is top 15 no doubt, but I hate to drop Trakenton out of my top 10 to throw Warren Moon in there. I think I do have Fran rated a little high, but if Moon were to get into my top ten (11) I would put Moon at 7 and drop Fran out.

and tark went to the superbowl a few times. My buddy suggested that Steve Young should be in the top ten ahead of manning. But I remeber all those years he choked his *** off against the cowboys. If memory serves me right he beat dallas once. And that was in 96 when the debartalos stocked up the niners.

big d
02-05-2007, 05:33 PM
What about Bart Star

there are alot of pioneers who I was looking at. Star, Dawson, Nammath and fouts. But I dont think think the nfl was near as competive as it has been the past 30 years.

SteelerFan87
02-05-2007, 08:01 PM
No way Brady is in the top 10. Especially not ahead of Aikman, who has the same # of rings. I'd say Marino, Montana, Elway, Unitas, Favre, Manning, Kelly, Star, Young, Tarkenton, Bradshaw, Aikman, and Moon are all candidates. I can't really think of which 3 I'd take out to make it 10.

Blitzburgh55
02-05-2007, 08:13 PM
No way Brady is in the top 10. Especially not ahead of Aikman, who has the same # of rings. I'd say Marino, Montana, Elway, Unitas, Favre, Manning, Kelly, Star, Young, Tarkenton, Bradshaw, Aikman, and Moon are all candidates. I can't really think of which 3 I'd take out to make it 10.

You have to put Brady with out him the Pats would have 0 rings

Ambridge
02-05-2007, 08:30 PM
My 10:

1. Unitas
2. Montana
3. Bradshaw
4. Staubach
5. Elway
6. Favre
7. Marino
8. Young
9. Kelly
10. Dan Fouts

Didn't include Brady and/or Manning since their still playing.

SteelerDan43
02-05-2007, 09:26 PM
For as much as Bradshaw was a great big game QB, he was usually pretty bad in the regular season, I think his 212 TDs to 210 INTs automatically takes him out of the top 5 and probably puts him in the 8-10 range at best

K Train
02-05-2007, 09:39 PM
I dont wanna make a top ten since they are mostly interchangable....Favres number one imo

MRS Steelerfan
02-05-2007, 09:51 PM
Marino is MY #1!!!!!!!!!!!!

SteelerFan87
02-05-2007, 10:42 PM
You have to put Brady with out him the Pats would have 0 rings

But what is special about Brady that puts him up there? There are QBs with better stats than him and QBs with more rings than him. Most of the QBs on the list have at least some kind of record, what about Brady? Does he have any records? And no, playoff winning % doesn't count because his career isn't over yet and he's lost playoff games the last 2 years. All of his strengths have been done better by another QB.

K Train
02-05-2007, 10:43 PM
**** brady

House of Steel
02-06-2007, 12:21 AM
1. Unitas
2. Bradshaw
3. Starr
4. Montana
5. Marino
6. Elway
7. Aikman
8. Favre
9. Young
10. Kelly

Steelersfan
02-06-2007, 12:54 AM
1 - Montana
2 - Unitas
3 - Elway
4 - Marino
5 - Aikman
6 - Favre
7 - Bradshaw
8 - Staubach
9 - Moon
10 - Fouts

I'm gonna wait on Manning and Brady until they are closer to the end of their careers to add them in here.

Ambridge
02-06-2007, 02:52 AM
For as much as Bradshaw was a great big game QB, he was usually pretty bad in the regular season, I think his 212 TDs to 210 INTs automatically takes him out of the top 5 and probably puts him in the 8-10 range at best

A third of those INT's Bradshaw threw were in the early part of his career when he was still struggling to develop as a QB.

Marino has a much better TD/INT ratio but he only got one chance to prove he was a clutch QB in the big game when it counted the most.

TEEMONT
02-06-2007, 02:53 AM
1 - Montana
2 - Unitas
3 - Elway
4 - Marino
5 - Aikman
6 - Favre
7 - Bradshaw
8 - Staubach
9 - Moon
10 - Fouts

I'm gonna wait on Manning and Brady until they are closer to the end of their careers to add them in here.

Eh, I think if Manning and Brady retire tomorrow, they both deserve top 10 mention.