Friday, January 23, 2009

The Great Quarterback Debate : Winning Percentage

Winning Percentage, minimum 64 starts (1990-2008)

1. Tom Brady .782
2. Ben Rothlisberger .718
3. Joe Montana .713
4. Jim McMahon .691
5. Peyton Manning .665
6. Steve Young .657
7. Donovan McNabb .645
8. John Elway .643
9. Jim Kelly .631
10. Brett Favre .628
11. Stan Humphries .617
11. Jake Delhomme .617
13. Jay Schroeder .616
14. Jeff Hostetler .614
15. Dan Marino .613
16. Randall Cunningham .611
17. Mark Rypien .603
18. Phil Simms .597
19. Steve McNair .595
20. Eli Manning .592
21. Kordell Stewart .585
22. Rich Gannon .576
22. Brad Johnson .576
22. Doug Flutie .576
25. Michael Vick .575
25. Mike Tomczak .575
27. Elvis Grbac .571
28. Troy Aikmen .570
29. Kurt Warner .564
30. Matt Hasselbeck .563
31. Dave Krieg .560
31. Bobby Hebert .560
33. Chad Pennington .558
34. Neil O'Donnell .550
35. Brian Griese .542
36. Wade Wilson .522
37. Mark Brunell .520
38. Drew Brees .519
39. Rodney Peete .517
40. Trent Dilfer .513
41. Jake Plummer .507
42. Drew Bledsoe .508
43. Warren Moon .502
44. Jeff Garcia .500
45. Trent Green .496
46. Bernie Kosar .495
47. Bubby Brister .493
48. Carson Palmer .492
49. Gus Frerotte .489
50. Kerry Collins .482
51. Jim Harbaugh .471
52. Erik Kramer .463
53. Boomer Esiason .462
54. Steve Beurlein .461
55. Mark Bulger .460
56. Ken O'Brien .455
57. Scott Mitchell .451
58. Tony Banks .449
59. Chris Chandler .440
60. Daunte Culpepper .432
61. Vinny Testaverde .423
62. Aaron Brooks .422
63. Jim Everett .418
64. Jon Kitna .397
65. Jeff Blake .390
66. Jeff George .371
67. Chris Miller .370
68. Rick Mirer .362
69. Joey Harrington .342
70. David Carr .291

1 Comments:

Anonymous jkrik said...

What interests me about my man Eli is that if you take out his rookie year he's up there with a lot of these guys in Win % TD's a game and even yards per game. I say this only because most of the guys on all these lists have either played full careers, are on the back nine or are right in their prime with most of those guys not having to play their rookie year.

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