RANKED: The 16 Best QBs of All-Time To Never Win A Super Bowl

6. Donovan McNabb



Donovan McNabb is another quarterback that got edged out by Tom Brady. McNabb’s Eagles lost Super Bowl 39 to Brady and the Patriots by a score of 24-21. McNabb did play in several other Conference Championship games, but he was never able to break through. Despite the playoff losses, McNabb had an amazing career that included six Pro-Bowl selections. He is the Eagles’ all-time leader in pass attempts, pass completions, passing yards, and passing touchdowns, and his 3,469 career rushing yards ranks sixth all-time amongst NFL quarterbacks. McNabb was also the first quarterback in NFL history to throw for over 30 touchdowns in a season with less than 10 interceptions (31 TDs vs. 8 INTs in 2004). He finished his career with 234 passing TDs, and his precision led to the fourth best career interception percentage in NFL history. McNabb was an elite quarterback and proven winner, and had a couple plays gone differently, he may have avoided this list.

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