Who is the best Quater Back?

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  1. Sig-Ne-Fy

    Sig-Ne-Fy Active Member

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    Troy Aikman
    Troy Aikman
    Stats
    Super Bowl Stats:
    Passing Yards: 689
    Passing: 56-of-80
    Touchdowns: 5
    Interceptions: 1
    Career Playoff Record: 11-4
    Super Facts
    Leads the Cowboys to three Super Bowl titles
    Throws only one interception in 80 Super Bowl attempts
    Holds highest career completion percentage, 70%
    Works security for Super Bowl XXI at the Rose Bowl while at UCLA
    Terry Bradshaw
    Terry Bradshaw
    Stats
    Super Bowl Stats:
    Passing Yards: 932
    Passing: 49-of-84
    Touchdowns: 9
    Interceptions: 4
    Career Playoff Record: 14-5
    Super Facts
    First player to win back-to-back Super Bowl MVPs since Bart Starr (XIII, XIV)
    First QB to win four Super Bowls (IX, X, XIII, XIV)
    318 yards passing in Super Bowl XIII was a new career high
    Throws a record four TDs in 35-31 win over Cowboys in Super Bowl XIII
    Tom Brady
    Tom Brady
    Stats
    Super Bowl Stats:
    Passing Yards: 1,277
    Passing: 127-of-197
    Touchdowns: 9
    Interceptions: 2
    Career Playoff Record: 17-7
    Super Facts
    Two-time Super Bowl MVP (XXXVI and XXXVIII)
    Tied with John Elway for most career Super Bowl starts (5)
    Holds Super Bowl record for career completions (127), consecutive completions in a game (16) and career passing yards (1,277)
    John Elway
    John Elway
    Stats
    Super Bowl Stats:
    Passing Yards: 1,128
    Passing: 76-of-152
    Touchdowns: 3
    Interceptions: 8
    Career Playoff Record: 14-7
    Super Facts
    Named MVP of Super Bowl XXXIII, his final game in the NFL
    Tied with Tom Brady for most career Super Bowl starts (5)
    80-yard TD to Rod Smith in XXXIII is third longest TD pass in Super Bowl history
    One of only four QBs to have multiple 300-yard Super Bowls
    Eli Manning
    Eli Manning
    Stats
    Super Bowl Stats:
    Passing Yards: 551
    Passing: 49-of-74
    Touchdowns: 3
    Interceptions: 1
    Career Playoff Record: 8-3
    Super Facts
    Two-time Super Bowl MVP (XLII and XLVI)
    Holds record for most completions to start a game, 9 (XLVI)
    NFL Films calls miracle pass to David Tyree in Super XLII 'the greatest play the Super Bowl has ever produced'
    Joe Montana
    Joe Montana
    Stats
    Super Bowl Stats:
    Passing Yards: 1,142
    Passing: 83-of-122
    Touchdowns: 11
    Interceptions: 0
    Career Playoff Record: 16-7
    Super Facts
    The only player to be named Super Bowl MVP three times (XVI, XIX, XXIV)
    Holds Super Bowl record for highest career passer rating (127.8) and career TDs (11)
    Joins Terry Bradshaw as only four-time Super Bowl winning QB
    Throws for a then-Super Bowl record 357 yards in XXIII
    Joe Namath
    Joe Namath
    Stats
    Super Bowl Stats:
    Passing Yards: 206
    Passing: 17-of-28
    Touchdowns: 0
    Interceptions: 0
    Career Playoff Record: 2-1
    Super Facts
    MVP of Super Bowl III, one of the greatest upsets in sports history
    Brash Jets QB guarantees - and delivers - a win over the mighty Baltimore Colts
    Phil Simms
    Phil Simms
    Stats
    Super Bowl Stats:
    Passing Yards: 268
    Passing: 22-of-25
    Touchdowns: 3
    Interceptions: 0
    Career Playoff Record: 6-3
    Super Facts
    MVP of Big Blue's 39-20 win over the Broncos in XXI
    Holds record for highest completion percentage for a Super Bowl, 88% (XXI)
    Throws 10 straight completions in second half as Giants score record 30 points
    Bart Starr
    Bart Starr
    Stats
    Super Bowl Stats:
    Passing Yards: 452
    Passing: 29-of-47
    Touchdowns: 3
    Interceptions: 1
    Career Playoff Record: 9-1
    Super Facts
    MVP of the first two Super Bowls
    Starr and the rest of the Packers each receive $15,000 bonus for winning Super Bowl I
    Throws a 62-yard TD in Super Bowl II to Boyd Dowler
    Serves as head coach of the Packers from 1975-1983
    Roger Staubach
     
  2. BrulesRules

    BrulesRules Just grab 'em in the biscuits

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    Joe
     
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    Blackened Commitment to Excellence

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  6. BrulesRules

    BrulesRules Just grab 'em in the biscuits

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    Gas Face Well-Known Member

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    Peyton Manning
    /thread.
     
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    SIPAWITZ Bialy Whore Banned User

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    Elway
     
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    Popeye Saavedra Well-Known Member

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    OJ Simpson.
     
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    fletchman71 Well-Known Member

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  11. crazypreacher

    crazypreacher Hey yo

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    Brady. His team is respectable and hes surrounded by shit.
    Also jamarcus russell.
     
  12. FunnyFarm2

    FunnyFarm2 voice of reason VIP Gold

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    That Joe Montana guy was pretty damn good.
     
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    Nantrax Well-Known Member VIP Gold

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    That answer is incorrect

    Peyton is great in the regular season, he has a losing record in the playoffs.

    His younger brother has more rings than him.

    :owned:
     
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    Da fuck is a Quater Back?
     
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    Gomez Well-Known Member

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    A quarterback from New Jersey. Duh.
     
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    BrulesRules Just grab 'em in the biscuits

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    who has won the most Grey Cups?
     
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    Mack Well-Known Member

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    That guy is a fucking dick. (srs)
     
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    beatlejaws nowhere poster

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  20. DarkFriday

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    Joe Namath wasn't even a good drunk :coffee: