IYO, Who are the greatest NFL Quarterbacks in each teams?

Here's my list:

AFC:

Baltimore Ravens: Joe Flaaco

Buffalo Bills: Jim Kelly

Cincinnati Bengals: Ken Anderson

Cleveland Browns: Otto Graham

Denver Broncos: John Elway

Houston Texans: Matt Schaub

Indianapolis Colts: Peyton Manning

Jacksonville Jaguars: Mark Brunell

Kansas City Chiefs: Len Dawson

Las Vegas Raiders: Derek Carr

Los Angeles Chargers: Phillip Rivers

New England Patriots: Tom Brady

Miami Dolphins: Dan Marino

New York Jets: Joe Namath

Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger

Tennessee Titans: Warren Moon

NFC:

Arizona Cardinals: Jim Hart

Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan

Carolina Panthers: Cam Newton

Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler

Dallas Cowboys: Roger Staubach

Detroit Lions: Matthew Stanford

Green Bay Packers: Brett Farve

Los Angeles Rams: Jim Everett

Minnesota Vikings: Fran Tarkenton

New Orleans Saints: Drew Brees

New York Giants: Eli Manning

Philadelphia Eagles: Donovan McNabb

San Francisco 49ers: Joe Montana

Seattle Seahawks: Matt Hasselbeck

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jameis Winston

Washington Redskins: Joe Theismann

Do you agree with my list? if not, who do you want to replace?

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  • 2 months ago

    Fun List...Glad you posted. Depending on how your doing it, Otto Graham would technically be under the Ravens which the original Browns became when Art Modell moved the team.  That said, the new and/or expansion Browns top choice would certainly be slim pickings. 

    Lions-Bobby Layne

    Rams-Kurt Warner

    Packers-Bart Starr

    Bears-Sid Luckman

    Buccaneers-Doug Williams--b/c of the era & how much they sucked prior to his being QB. 

    Steelers-Terry Bradshaw

    Raiders-Ken Stabler---Daryl LaMonica was no slouch either. 

    Chargers-Dan Fouts 

    Redskins-Sammy Baugh

    Last, I think Watson will quickly surpass Schaub, if he hasn't already, for the Texans and Mahones will surpass Len Dawson for the Chiefs.

    There's somebody for the Eagles in the 50-60s we are forgetting. 

     

    • Manbearpig is back
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      2 months agoReport

      No, the new Browns kept all of the old Brown's records. 

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  • 2 months ago

    I'll take Steve Young over Montana, but they're both great.

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  • Zapata
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    2 months ago

    Only really interested in my team. Drew Brees is by a long, long way the best QB the Saints have ever had. Archie Manning was ok but the team was so bad back then. 

    • Manbearpig is back
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      2 months agoReport

      You aren't going to at least mention Bobby Hebert? 

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  • 2 months ago

    Not Carr...Blanda Stabler Plunkett

    Bradshaw over Ben

    McMahon, not Cutler

    Bobby Layne, not Stafford

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  • 2 months ago

    Replace Peyton Manning with Johnny Unitas

    Replace Len Dawson with Trent Green 

    Replace Derek Carr with Ken Stabler 

    Replace Joe Namath with literally anyone

    Replace Jay Cutler with Sid Luckman 

    Replace Jim Everett with Kurt Warner 

    Replace Eli Manning with literally anyone 

    Replace Joe Montana with Steve Young

    Replace Jameis Winston with Brad Johnson

    Replace Joe Theisman with Sonny Jurgenson 

    Rest looks good. 

    • Sammy Baugh over Theisman and Jurgenson for the Redskins.  

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  • 2 months ago

    Packers ya pick Favre?Really?Starr won 5 championships with them.Rodgers career is much better stat wise.So it really doesn't matter if your a ring guy or a stat guy Favre isn't the best on that team.Some people might even make a case for Arnie Herber with his 3 Championships over Favre!

    • Alice2 months agoReport

      1 SB is worth 20 NFL Championships. Only Bears and Packers fans place any value in them. 

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  • 2 months ago

    I would replace the following:

    Raiders: Ken Stabler

    Chargers: Dan Fouts

    Steelers: Terry Bradshaw

    Bears: Sid Luckman

    Lions: Bobby Layne

    Packers: Aaron Rodgers

    Giants: Phil Simms

    Redskins: Sammy Baugh

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    • M. Diego
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      2 months agoReport

      OP chose Warren Moon who never played a down as a Titan. Jim Hart played his whole career with the St. Louis Cardinals, long before they moved to Arizona.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    There are a number of very poor choices on your list.  I was going to give you the correct choices, but then I realized you are probably just joking because the list so bad.  Good one......you almost had me.

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  • 2 months ago

    I agree with the no-brainers but there are some thart leave me scratching my head.

    Matt Schaub over Warren Moon? Moon never played a down of football for the Titans, or the Oilers thre two seasons before the name was changed. Moon left Houston after the 1993 season

    I will argue for Unitas over Manning for the Colts franchise. Johnny U helped sell football on TV to the American public in that 1958 Championship battle against the Giants. A year later, he led the Colts to their 2nd straight title in a rematch with the Giants. He was the starter for the 1971 Super Bowl champion Colts. His career passing yardage, or anyone's from that era, will come nowhere close to the modern passers. The game is different. Defenders are ejected today for what were routine hits on the QB in those days.

    Derek Carr? You never heard of Ken Stabler? Or Jim Plunkett or even Roman Gabriel?

    Phillip Rivers is a very good QB but he is no Dan Fouts.

    I had to laugh out loud at Jay Cutler being on ANY 'best of list' If you know names like Otto Graham, how could you not know Sammy Baugh? Even Jim McMahon was a better leader than Cutler, even if his raw skills weren't on an equal.

    As good as Favre was, I have to go with Bart Starr. He wasn't flashy. He just won championships.

    Detroit has had very little football success, so Stafford, in spite of still having done nothing, might JUST edge out Bobby Layne.

    Chrissy Everett? The Rams are another franchise that has moved around. You have to give this to the only guy that led the team to a title, Kurt Warner, who almost took the Cardinals to one. Everett wasn't as good as Roman Gabriel or Bob Waterfield or Norm Van Brocklin.

    Doug Williams was a much better quarterback than Jameis Winston, even though he got his one Super Bowl win with Washington.

    I always liked Theismann but Sonny Jurgenson was a better QB.

    I always liked Hasselbeck, too, but him over Russell Wilson?

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    • Manbearpig is back
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      2 months agoReport

      Warren Moon played for the franchise that is now the Titans regardless of the team name or city they play in. If you look up the Titan's records you''ll see Moon's name there. 

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  • Mike W
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    2 months ago

    Most of it seems sound I might replace the following:

    Colts:  Johnny Unitas

    Steelers:  Terry Bradshaw

    Chargers:  Dan Fouts

    Giants:  Phil Simms 

    Rams:  Roman Gabriel

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