1. Marino - How can there be an argument?
2. Griese - Can't stand the disrespect Bob sometimes gets. It was a different era and he did exactly what a winning QB of that era did. Maybe the 'QB smartest' guy of the bunch. Had more fire and toughness than people gave him credit for. I mean could you imagine any QB today breaking his leg and 12 weeks later starting a Superbowl??? The original 'Joe Cool' IMO.
3. Pennington - Glass shoulder not withstanding, probably the best of the rest as far as pure QB talent goes.
4. Fiedler - I rank him before Tannehill simply because of the results he got. If only Fiedler had an arm, he would have been 3 and we might have had a few more playoff wins. Tough, smart guy, with leadership skills, led us to our last division title (17 years ago
5. Tannehill - Hard working and physically talented, If Ryan had the instincts of Pennington, the leadership of Fiedler and/or 50% of Grieses QB smarts, he would be 3 (or maybe 2 ha!)
6. Woodley - I know its smacks of sacrilege to some, but I never was that impressed with Woodley. To me he was like Super Matt Moore...with LESS arm. Smart and scrappy he was at his best in chaos, but as soon as we HAD to pass to win, he wasn't that impressive.
7. Henne - Great arm, spotty accuracy, no wheels, a great pocket QB with little instinct in the pocket.
--Stop gap scrubs from here down. Either has beens or never weres that didn't even fit the teams they were on--
11. Culpepper (older Culpepper)
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