Manning: Greatest QB of All Time

Jace Gross

Staff Writer

Who is the greatest quarterback of all time? This is an ongoing argument that sports fans hear all the time. In this article, I will share my opinion on who I believe is the greatest quarterback to ever step on the football field.

  1. John Elway

Elway had a weird start to his career. After being drafted by the Baltimore Colts in 1983, he refused to play for them. After three straight failures in the Super Bowl, he finally came through winning back-to-back Super Bowls in 1997 and 1998.

  1. Brett Favre

Brett Favre was always ready to play. He was one of the toughest players in the history of football, which is why he has the record for most consecutive starts with 297. Favre also has arguably the most powerful arm, hence his nickname “The Gunslinger.”

  1. Joe Montana

Montana is famous for his game-winning drives in big games, always coming through in clutch situations for his team. Montana was the first quarterback to win both three Super Bowl MVP awards and four rings.

  1. Tom Brady

Brady has appeared in 6 Super Bowls and has 4 rings. His kryptonite to getting 6 rings? Eli Manning and the New York Giants. Brady is just a couple of fluke plays away from being 6-0 in the big game. No doubt Brady is one of the all-time greats.

  1. Peyton Manning

G-O-A-T. Peyton has completely rewritten the record books. He is the leader in all major categories, including most passing yards, touchdowns, and wins. He has the most game- winning drives and fourth quarter comebacks by any quarterback in NFL history. He also has 5 MVPs, which is the most by any player in league history. To top it off he also has two Super Bowl rings.

 

 

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One Comment on “Manning: Greatest QB of All Time”

  1. Nol Beckley March 30, 2016 at 9:08 am #

    Where’s Drew Brees?!

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