The Lombardi trophy has been held high by 28 different starting quarterbacks, some better than others.
Some quarterbacks are considered great because they have a ring, or multiple rings, but that should not always be the case.
Some of the Super Bowl champions had such amazing defenses that the quarterback was asked to simply "manage the game," rather than lead the team to the promised land.
A great quarterback is a leader who is consistent during the regular season and the postseason.
Can you imagine if a quarterback like Brett Favre had the "Steel Curtain" on the other side of his team? How many more games would the Packers have been to? Or what if Peyton Manning had the defense of the 2000 Ravens on his team?
Every quarterback who has won the big game deserves it, to a degree. But before we put every one in the Hall of Fame, we need to look at the other factors that helped them win.
This is my list of the 10 worst quarterbacks to hoist the trophy. If you disagree, feel free to explain why and offer a replacement.