In case you missed it Peter King listed his Top 12 QB's all time in his Monday Morning Quarterback Column today.
(Check it out here on Page 5)http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/peter_king/09/20/mmqb/4.html
Here's his list and his commentary...
1. Otto Graham. Easy. Ten seasons, seven championships, seven passing titles.
2. Sammy Baugh. Had the best season of any player ever in 1943. Led the NFL in passing, punting and, as one of the best safeties in football, in interceptions.
3. Joe Montana. Made everyone copy Walsh's high-tech offense, and won four titles in a decade.
4. Johnny Unitas. First great modern quarterback, and great in the clutch. He'd be higher if he won more than one title in his last 14 seasons.
5. Brett Favre. Most durable, most productive quarterback of all time. Marred by only one title.
6. Peyton Manning. Could break every record if Favre ever retires. Needs another championship or two to climb the list.
7. John Elway. Two titles, though they came late, capped the career of a Unitas-type with legs.
8. Dan Marino. Prototype dropback quarterback who, arguably, was the model for the pocket quarterback of the last 40 years.
9. Roger Staubach. Might be the best player/athlete/leader of a quarterback ever, and he edges Steve Young in my book with a second title and three more title-game appearances.
10. Tom Brady. Three Super Bowl wins by age 27, and a fourth appearance at 30.
11. Bart Starr. All he did was win -- five NFL titles, including the first two Super Bowl titles, both ending with him being MVP.
12. Terry Bradshaw. Rebounded from a horrible start to his career to lead the Steelers to four Super Bowls in six years.
So King (one of everyones favorite columnist - sarcasim intended) has Farve, Manning, and Brady in his Top 10.
I'm sure this list will bring about much debate and throwdowns as it usually does.
What's your opinion? Weigh in below!