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Best NFL Quarterbacks circa 2000-2010

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The following are the Top Twenty NFL Quarterbacks of the first decade of the new millennium. This list takes into account longevity, success, and statistics. Not everyone will agree with 15-20 but it’s pretty hard to argue with 1-5.

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Brett Favre – Packers/Jets/Vikings Report Abuse
The NFL’s Official Ironman, never missed a start for 297 consecutive regular season games. Always in the top of the league in TD Passes and Interceptions.
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Peyton Manning – Colts Report Abuse
Best Regular Season Winning Percentage. The Mastermind of the most consistent offense in the NFL in the era.
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Drew Brees – Chargers/Saints Report Abuse
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Tom Brady - Patriots Report Abuse
Led the league in TD passes in 2007, while leading his team to a 16-0 regular season before a loss in the Super Bowl. Only player here who had back to back Super Bowls, only one with 3 Super Bowl Wins, only player with a perfect regular season, and only one to have won Conference Championships 4 times in the decade.
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Kurt Warner – Rams/Giants/Cardinals Report Abuse
Always a steady performer, above average passing TDs and Yardage numbers during every season he started 12 or more games. Only player on the list to take two different teams to the Super Bowl in the decade.
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Aaron Rodgers - Packers Report Abuse
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Ben Roethlisberger – Steelers Report Abuse
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Phillip Rivers – Chargers Report Abuse
Leads one of the most powerful offenses of the second half of the decade. Highest winning percentage in November and December games of all players on the list. Although Rivers has had great stats in post-season, his team has not made it to a Super Bowl yet.
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Jeff Garcia – 49ers/Eagles/Buccaneers Report Abuse
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Matt Hasselbeck - Seahawks Report Abuse
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Chad Pennington Report Abuse
2 time Come Back Player of the Year award winner, Finished 2nd in MVP voting in 2008 and All-Time NFL completion percentage leader
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Eli Manning - Giants Report Abuse
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Donovan Mcnabb – Eagles/Redskins Report Abuse
Led Eagles to 3 Consecutive NFC Championship games and 1 Super Bowl Appearance.
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Matt Ryan Report Abuse
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Wasnt even drafted until 08 10 is too high
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Michael Vick – Faclons/Eagles Report Abuse
Overall best athlete in the group, is equally as dangerous in the running game and passing game. Might be higher on the list if not for a period of absence due to off-field disciplinary issues.
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Rich Gannon – Raiders Report Abuse
Led one of the most powerful offenses in the early 2000’s which peaked before their loss in Super Bowl XXXVII. Would be higher if not for retiring only a few games into the decade.
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Mark Bulger – Rams/Ravens Report Abuse
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Trent Green – Rams/Chiefs/ Dolphins Report Abuse
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Brad Johnson - Buccaneers Report Abuse
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Tony Romo – Cowboys Report Abuse
Always an above average quarterback, lack of post-season success keeps him low on the list.
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Steve Mcnair – Oilers/Titans/Ravens Report Abuse
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Daunte Culpepper – Vikings/Dolphins/Raiders/Lions Report Abuse
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