|Who is the greatest quarterback in the history of the NFL?|
Warren Moon cause he beat Michigan in the Rose Bowl
I think that Steve Young is the best quarterback because he led the 49ers to many super bowl titles
Brett Favre. He'll have all the records by the time he's done and he has a ring. To me you determine who's best by a combination of stats and winning. It's Favre.
The easy answer is Joe Montana because of all of the superbowl rings he has, but i believe that that is because of they system. Any QB that can do well under pressure would dominate in that revolutionary offense.
Joe Montana - 4 superbowl wins - 3 superbowl MVPs (still a record)
Well.... Since the Colts won the super bowl i'm gonna have to go with Peyton Manning because who managed to played with that injured thumb during the super bowl man he's really good.
John Unitas, hands down. The man practically invented the two-minute drill, and his win in the 1958 championship game, the first-ever sudden death, sparked the whole league's popularity. He made Ray Berry, a small, slow WR, into a lethal weapon. And, there was nobody tougher! Joe Montana? Close, but no cigar. Put Johnny U in the same system, with the same teammates, and the league would have had to break them up or something -- Unitas had at least as much, if not more, of the smarts, accuracy and mobility that went into Montana's game, and a better arm.
Currently Tom Brady
My choice: Unitas, Favre, Montanna, Peyton Manning!
I don't agree with Joe Montana as the greatest. He was the best for the system he played in, and that would be it. He has Super Bowl wins, and MVPs, but so does Terry Bradshaw, so that should never be used in support of Montana, or Brady for that matter. Sammy Baugh changed the passing game, and played both ways. He led the league in passing, punting, and interceptions in one season(1933). Otto Graham set records for completion percentage, and passer rating. He also set standards for winning. In his 7 NFL seasons, he went to the championship 5 times, winning 4. Johnny Unitas turned the passing game into what it is today. Any of these three would be a good choice.
Joe Montana....most of his success came before Jerry Rice..
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tom brady by a long shot 13-2 playoffs, 3 superbowl rings,
Bart Starr or Johnny Unitas, they are both the best qb's in my opinion. Also John Elway was really good.
It's probably impossible to name a single best, but there are some true all time greats:
It's too hard to narrow it down to one since many were good at certain things. I'd say Unitas, Elway, Young
No one can really answer this question because all these great QBs played during different times, during different types of offenses and such.
Dan Marino, he's got the rings and the records to prove it
Joe Montana. He has a legacy that's built on winning the Super Bowl - not just being a good QB