NFL: Mystery Quarterback: By the Numbers

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Status (HOF/Ret./Act.)QBInfo
RetiredTallest man ever to start an NFL game at QB. He was 6-8 and a 1991 1st Round selection.
Retired2004 was the only season this guy threw more TDs than INTs. His career record is 26-50.
RetiredDuring his rookie year he recorded 4 incompletions and 2 INTs. He then passed for at least 3,000 yds in each of the next 14 seasons.
ActiveLed team to playoffs in 2011 with his best season despite being sacked a league-high 44 times.
Hall of FameHe rewrote the single season record books in 1984 and won the AFC Championship at 23 yrs old.
ActiveStands at 6-6. He's only football player from University of Delaware to be drafted in the 1st Round.
RetiredIn 1997, his first season as starting QB after transitioning from part-time WR, he passed for over 3,000 yds and either threw or ran a total of 38 TDs.
Hall of FameWon 4 Super Bowls but only made 3 Pro Bowls.
RetiredPlayed from 1997-2006. He wore number 16 his entire career and threw 161 TDs along with 161 INTs.
ActiveOnly player from the 21st century in the the top 20 for career TD %. This Super Bowl winner ranks number 10 (6.2%).
RetiredHeaviest QB to ever start a game, beating out Daunte Culpepper by 1lb at 265 (Last start in 2009)
Retired1st Overall Draft selection of 1971. His Super Bowl Record is 2-0.
Hall of FameMade 99 more FGs in career than TD passes. He played for 26 seasons.
ActiveBetween his 2 professional starts (Dec. 2010 and Jan 2012) he has totaled 2 wins, 771 yds, and 8 TDs.
Hall of FameHe attended the Naval Academy and spent the following 5 years serving overseas before playing his 1st game in 1969 for the team that drafted him in 1964. His Super Bowl record is 2-2.
RetiredDuring his 20 year career, he has played for 7 teams and thrown only 8 more TDs than INTs (275 vs 267).
Hall of Fame4 time Super Bowl winner and only player ever to win 3 Super Bowl MVPs,
Hall of FameIn 1967, he became the first player in Pro Football history to pass for over 4,000 yds in a season.

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