The Best Quarterback of All-Time For Every NFL Franchise

Arizona Cardinals: Jim Hart


Hart played an eye-popping 18 years with the franchise. From a productivity standpoint, he was immense for the Cardinals. Hart holds franchise records for wins (87), completions (2,590), passing yards (34,639), and touchdown passes. A four-time Pro Bowler, it’s even more astounding to think that Hart was an undrafted player out of Southern Illinois. He’s truly a prime example of the underdog rising up to shine in his said profession.

Runner-up: Kurt Warner

Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan


At only 32 years of age, “Matty Ice” has proven to be the best quarterback for a franchise chock-full of talented options. The 6’4″ gunslinger is exceptionally smart on the field. He rarely forces anything downfield — and completely plays within himself. He’s made four Pro Bowl appearances in Atlanta, and was named as the 2016 NFL MVP. Ryan led Atlanta to this year’s Super Bowl — where the Falcons lost to the Patriots after blowing a huge lead. Regardless, Ryan has helped to position Atlanta as a big-time contender in the NFC for years to come.

Runners-up: Chris Chandler/Michael Vick

Baltimore Ravens: Joe Flacco


While Flacco is rarely mentioned amongst the best at his position, he’s done a sneaky-good job during his career with Baltimore. He achieved the ultimate goal in 2012 — when the Ravens won the Super Bowl versus the San Francisco 49ers. He was the MVP in this contest. Individually, he was¬†recognized as the Rookie of the Year in 2008. Since coming into the league, he’s thrown for over 32,000 yards and 182 touchdowns. He continues to give Baltimore a steady option at the position.

Runner-up: Vinny Testaverde

Image Sources: AzCardinals.com, Matthew Emmons/USA TODAY Sports, BaltimoreRavens.com

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