The quarterback is the most vital player on the field in NFL football. They need to be able to throw accurately and quickly, while also having a good enough arm strength to make it difficult for defenders to intercept their passes. But they also need to be able to run well enough to avoid getting sacked by an offensive lineman or linebacker. The best QBs in NFL history were capable of doing all these things with relative ease. Here’s my list (in no particular order) of the best QBs ever:
Peyton Manning is a retired American football quarterback who played 18 seasons in the National Football League (NFL), primarily with the Indianapolis Colts. He spent two years with the Denver Broncos and one season with the Tennessee Titans. Manning was selected by the Indianapolis Colts as their first overall draft pick in 1998 out of Tennessee, where he won numerous awards including being named SEC Player of th Year multiple times. During his tenure with Indianapolis, he became an 11-time Pro Bowl selection and led them to win Super Bowl XLI over Chicago Bears 21-17 at Dolphin Stadium on February 4th 2007..
Manning holds numerous NFL records including passing yards (71304), TD passes (550) completions(5526), attempts(8196) and wins(200).
The best quarterbacks of all time are measured by their Super Bowl wins, passing yards and touchdowns. The most important thing is to have a high passer rating, which measures how good a quarterback is at completing passes.…The Best Quarterbacks Of NFL History Continue Reading