Top Ten Best NFL QB’s Of All Time

What is the best way to judge a quarterback? Amount of touchdown passes? Total passing yards?

It’s a mix of everything, of course. But you need to be a scientist to take all sorts of stats combined and create a formula.

So instead, let’s keep it simple and take a look at who has the best pass completion percentage in the history of the NFL’s regular season. Because, you know, quantity.

10) Philip Rivers

Team: San Diego Chargers.

Attempts: 6 492. Completions: 4 171.

Percentage: 64,2%.

9) Steve Young

Teams: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, San Francisco 49ers.

Attempts: 4 149. Completions: 2 667.

Percentage: 64,3%.

8) Matt Ryan

Team: Atlanta Falcons.

Attempts: 5 593. Completions: 3 630.

Percentage: 64,9%.

7) Aaron Rodgers

Team: Green Bay Packers.

Attempts: 4 895. Completions: 3 188.

Percentage: 65,1%.

6) Tony Romo

Team: Dallas Cowboys.

Attempts: 4 335. Completions: 2 829.

Percentage: 65,3%.

5) Peyton Manning

Teams: Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos.

Attempts: 9 380. Completions: 6 125.

Percentage: 65,3%.

4) Kirk Cousins

Team: Washington Redskins.

Attempts: 2 096. Completions: 1 372.

Percentage: 65,5%.

3) Kurt Warner

Teams: St Louis Rams, New York Giants, Arizona Cardinals.

Attempts: 4 070. Completions: 2 666.

Percentage: 65,5%.

2) Chad Pennington

Teams: New York Jets, Miami Dolphins.

Attempts: 2 471. Completions: 1 632.

Percentage: 66,0%.

1) Drew Brees

Teams: San Diego Chargers, New Orleans Saints.

Attempts: 9 294. Completions: 6 222

Percentage: 66,9%.

In conclusion, Tom Brady sure has to be one bad quarterback.

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