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Played for the Patriots. Threw for 31 TDs in a season. A record that was broken by Tom Brady
Played for 7 NFL teams. Graduated from Tulsa
Played at Pitt. Spent his entire career with the Bills. Mainly served as a back up
Legendary Colts QB.
Journeymen quarterback known for the Steelers and Lions.
Has an NFL record of 42 INTs thrown in a season. also a kicker
4 time super bowl winner
Won a Super Bowl with the Giants
Jets legendary QB. Super Bowl III MVP
Graduated from Kansas State. Played mostly in the USFL
Played at UNC. Back up QB at Miami and Denver
Went to the University of Delaware; Played for the Giants and backed up Phil Simms
Best known as the Giants quarterback who fumbled during the 'Miracle in the Meadowlands.'
Draft Bust for the 49ers
Pitt grad. who may be considered the best QB to never win a Super Bowl
Played at Notre Dame. Backed up Terry Bradshaw in the NFL
Graduated from Purdue
Starting QB for the Bengals in 1968. Also served as a back up in Miami
Played at Pitt. and joined the Seahawks as an undrafted free agent
Played college football at Iowa. Spent his short career as a back up for the Chargers
Graduated from Maryland. Journeymen back up
Played in College at Virginia Tech. Back up for the Oilers and Bears
Went to the same high school as Kerry Collins. Starred at Michigan
Transferred from Notre Dame to Tulane. Back up to John Elway in Super Bowl XXII
Lost 4 consecutive Super Bowls
Played football for Louisville. Set a Fiesta Bowl record for passing yards. Drafted by the Jets
PSU alumni. Led the Giants to the Super Bowl in 2000
Played College football for Toledo. Started his first NFL game with the Buccaneers
Starred at qb for Penn State where he won the Maxwell award.
Back-up for the Chiefs and Lions in the 90s
Started one year as QB for the Colts in 1978
Drafted by the Falcons with the 3rd pick.
Attended University of Maryland where he was a back up to Boomer Esiason and Frank Reich. Played 5 years with the Seahawks.
Played College at Delaware. 2002 MVP with Raiders
Current Coach for the Dallas Cowboys. Went to Princeton.
Played majority of career as backup to Drew Bledsoe
Back-up QB for the Bills. Graduated from William and Mary
Penn State grad. Played for New York
Graduate of Lehigh University. Mainly a back up in the NFL
Threw for 4000yds for the Texans
QB after Kurt Warner for the Rams
Journeymen qb who was the third qb picked in the 1985 nfl draft. Threw for 3000 yds with the Chiefs in 1995.
Played at Rutgers. Back up QB for the Lions and Eagles
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