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

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