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

14. Rich Gannon

Rich Gannon made it to the Super Bowl in 2002, but the Tampa Bay Bucs trounced his Oakland Raiders by a score of 48-21. Despite winning the NFL MVP that year, Gannon had a miserable game in the Super Bowl, throwing five interceptions. That game proved to be the beginning of the end for Gannon, as he only started 10 games in the next two years combined. He may not have won a title, but Gannon had a great career, making the Pro-Bowl four times, and being an All-Pro twice. Gannon played for a few different teams, but his best years were spent as the leader of the Raiders, and he was amongst the league’s best QBs from 1999-2002.

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