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Top 5 NFL quarterbacks of all time

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Super Bowl LV: Tom Brady wins his seventh Super Bowl.

The quarterback position in American football is often referred to as the most important position in sports. The quarterback is the leader of the team, responsible for directing the offense and making crucial decisions during the game.

Throughout the history of the game, there have been many great players who have left their mark on the sport. In this article, we will take a look at the top five quarterbacks of all time, the elite players who have set records, won championships and revolutionized the way the game is played.

These players have excelled in different eras, but all have left an indelible impact on the game, and their legacies will be remembered for generations to come. From Tom Brady to Johnny Unitas, these players have proven themselves to be the best and true legends in the world of football.

Top five quarterbacks ever

#1, Tom Brady

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AFC championship game: Baltimore Ravens vs. New England PatriotsJoe Montana
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Tom Brady played for the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during his 23-year career. He is considered the GOAT, having won seven Super Bowls, the most by any player in NFL history, and five Super Bowl MVP awards. He has been selected to the Pro Bowl 14 times and achieved first-team All-Pro three times. He holds numerous NFL counting records and is still active.

OTD (2/7/2021): Tom Brady wins his 7th ring, this time with the #Bucs, as they defeat the #Chiefs 31-9 to win Super Bowl LV. https://t.co/fx6utrb1cH

#2, Joe Montana

Joe Montana

Joe Montana played for the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs during his 16-year career. He is often referred to as the "Comeback Kid" for his ability to lead his team to victory in the fourth quarter. He won four Super Bowls, was named Super Bowl MVP three times and was named to the Pro Bowl eight times.

The first of Joe Montana's two career 92-yard Super Bowl touchdown drives against the BengalsThis one, which gives the #49ers a 14-0 second-quarter lead in Super Bowl XVI, was then the longest drive in Super Bowl history.On this date in 1982 https://t.co/6nVzsmI4Xc

#3, Peyton Manning

Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis Colts vs. Chicago Bears

Peyton Manning played for the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos during his 18-year career, winning a Super Bowl with both teams. He was known for his intelligence and accuracy on the field.

The five-time MVP was once named Super Bowl MVP and selected to the Pro Bowl 14 times. He also holds several NFL records, including the most touchdown passes in a season, and held the most passing yards in a career at the time of his retirement.

#4, Johnny Unitas

Johnny Unitas

Johnny Unitas played for the Baltimore Colts and San Diego Chargers during his 18-year career. He was known for his strong arm and ability to lead his team to victory. He was a Super Bowl MVP and was named to the Pro Bowl 10 times.

Unitas also held several NFL records in his time, including the most touchdown passes in a season and the most passing yards in a career.

#5, Aaron Rodgers

This one may be a little controversial. Aaron Rodgers has played for the Green Bay Packers throughout his career and is arguably the most talented quarterback in history. He has been named MVP four times and was Super Bowl MVP once during his lone Super Bowl win.

Rodgers holds the record for the highest passer rating over an entire season and is known for his strong arm, accuracy and ability to make big plays, especially on Hail Marys.

On this day in 2015, Aaron Rodgers completed the longest game-winning Hail Mary in NFL history ๐Ÿ™ The Packers (-3) covered, and the over (46.5) hit on the play โœ…https://t.co/di57Matk1W

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