One of the questions asked countless times is who is the best quarterback ever in the National Football League (NFL). And perhaps all NFL fanatics can discuss themselves with a large amount of debate. Below is the list of the top 5 greatest quarterbacks not only of the present but also of previous eras –
# 1 Tom Brady
The first is not surprising. Tom Brady has proven himself to be the greatest quarterback ever, and does not think he will stop anytime soon. an. According to a report by Nfl news source, Brady has been to 10 Super Bowls, with seven wins. Most other NFL players have been successful in securing more than five. He also has some of the most influential statistical seasons to his name.
Tom Brady has won three MVP awards, Led the NFL in passing yards three times, and led touchdown passes four times. Brady has said that he wants to continue playing. The 43-year-old plans to continue performing at a high level, and will have almost every passing record when he retires.
# 2 Peyton Manning
After Peyton Manning was elected first overall, revived the hapless Colts franchise. In their cheating year, the Colts went 3–13, and then won at least 10 games in 11 of the next 12 seasons. As the team left Baltimore for Indianapolis, they led the Colts to their first and only title. He joined the Denver Broncos after missing the 2011 season with an injured neck.
In 2015, he earned the Broncos a Super Bowl title. It was his 17th and final season in the NFL. Manning has 5 NFL MVPs, more than any other player in history. He retired in 2016, with a record for most career TD passes and total passing yards.
# 3 Brett Favre
Brett Favre earned the reputation of a gunslinger for throwing the ball deep under dangerous conditions. Favre made 11 Pro Bowls, earned three MVPs and won one Super Bowl. For pass attempts (10,169) and completions (6,300), Favre holds regular season records. The first QB to throw 500 TDs (he finished with the second-most TDs at 508) and passed for 70,000 yards (71,838, No. 2), he also holds the NFL record for most interceptions at 336.
# 4 Johnny Unitas
When Johnny Unitas retired, he was considered the best quarterback of all time. QB, also a Hall-of-Famer, was the first to win three MVP awards, the first to throw for more than 40,000 yards (he finished with 40,239), and he marked the mark for most consecutive games with TD passes. Retained 47, set between 1956 and 1960) until Drew Trees broke it in 2012.
# 5 Joe Montana
With four Super Bowl rings with the San Francisco 49ers, Joe Montana is a post-season legend. He was also the first person to be named a three-time Super Bowl MVP. His regular season achievements are easy to ignore. He led the all-time quarterback win list (133). When the first-ballot hall-of-famer retired after the 1994 season, his 92.3 QB rating was the second time at the time.