Thirteen quarterbacks were taken in that 2003 draft, this guy went undrafted. He has been to more Pro Bowls than those 13 QBs combined. First-rounders in that draft included Kyle Boller and Rex Grossman. First-rounders are given every chance to succeed. Undrafted players are given every chance to fail. There is no organizational investment of any kind. You are effectively a penny stock. So someone please explain these numbers. In 123 starts, this player has a 75-48 record. Troy Aikman’s record after 123 starts? 75-48. The only guy ahead of this player in the all-time NFL passer rating is Aaron Rodgers. Maybe you have heard of the three guys immediately behind him: Peyton Manning, Steve Young, and Tom Brady. Last season, this qb became the first quarterback since Brady in 2007 to lead the NFL in passer rating, yards per attempt and completion percentage. He was one completion away from becoming only the sixth quarterback in NFL history to complete 70 percent of his passes. He has an NFL-record streak (still active) of 41 consecutive road games with a TD. Tied for second on that list? Brett Favre and Peyton Manning, with 32. Anybody guess who it is? An Elite QB by chance?