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Best NFL Quarterbacks 1980s

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Who is your favorite '80s QB?

Rated 1 point - posted 3 years ago by plink in category Sports.
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Joe Montana Report Abuse
Four rings make Montana Number 1.
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None better
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Best Qb. Ever
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Dan Marino Report Abuse
Held nearly every QB record at one time or another....but no ring for Marino.
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cannon
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John Elway Report Abuse
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Dan Fouts Report Abuse
Lead the NFL in passing for three straight seasons.
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Joe Theismann Report Abuse
Super Bowl Champion, MVP, with 2 Pro Bowls...who knows what more he could have achieved were it not for her career ending injury.
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Ken Anderson Report Abuse
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Boomer Esiason Report Abuse
MVP of 1988.
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Jim "The Punky QB" McMahan Report Abuse
Super Bowl Champ, numerous playoff victories, he motivated the cats. Da Bears!
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A real leader and tough player. A winner.
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Danny White Report Abuse
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Ron Jaworski Report Abuse
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Bernie Kosar Report Abuse
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Phil Simms Report Abuse
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Steve Bartkowski Report Abuse
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Bartkowski was not mobile but he was as good a pocket passer as there ever was.
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Randall Cunningham Report Abuse
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Steve DeBerg Report Abuse
Trained under Staubach, Trained Joe Montana in San Franciso, Trained John Elway in Denver, Trained Vinny Testaverde in Tampa Bay. The ultimate play action quarterback who truly was a coach on the field. Ended the '80s in Kansas City with some halfway decent teams. A very durable player who made even some of the worst teams competive. His stats in the 80's are amazing. Imagine how many Superbowls San Francisco would have won had DeBerg stuck around, probably five or six.
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Jim Everett Report Abuse
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Tommy Kramer Report Abuse
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A very underrated QB. A good leader and an accurate passer. Pure Quality
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Neil Lomax Report Abuse
An up and down career, but when he was up there were few better.
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Ken O'Brien Report Abuse
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Lynn Dickey Report Abuse
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Bill Kenney Report Abuse
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