The sheer amount of records and phenomenal stats that Tom Brady has to his name unquestionably make him the best quarterback of all time, asserts Jimmie Kaylor of The Cheat Sheet. The most Super Bowl appearances (7), wins (5) and MVP awards (4) are just some of the many achievements that set him apart from the rest. Leading the Patriots to the greatest Super Bowl comeback in NFL history over the Falcons last February was another jewel in Brady’s crown. He’s listed among the top four in several passing stats, such as touchdown passes or passing yards. With an unequaled 24 playoff wins, Brady is simply the best-ever quarterback.
Aaron Rodgers’ passing and all-round quality make him the best quarterback that ever played football, believes Matt Zimmer of Argus Leader. He was never surrounded with superstars, playing for the Packers, but kept his own standards incredibly high and consistently so. Brady always had the NFL’s best coaches and structures around him. Rodgers learned to succeed without this support. While awing with some amazing throwing, he isn’t necessarily the flashiest quarterback; he always keeps things simple but functional. No matter how hectic a situation, he keeps his calm and distributes the ball in a way that others can only be jealous of.