Perhaps the most controversial figure in the league, Michael Vick has had no shortage of adversity to overcome to once again be a franchise quarterback.
Following his much-publicized legal problems and his release from prison in 2009, he landed with the Philadelphia Eagles. He joined a depth chart that already included former Pro Bowl quarterback Donovan McNabb and 2007 second-round pick Kevin Kolb.
Two trades and some unbelievable performances later, Michael Vick is now all alone as the unquestioned starting quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles.
He was used sparingly in different packages in his first season back in 2009, but his coming-out party was undoubtedly the 2010 season. In 2010 he totaled 21 touchdowns and 6 interceptions in just 12 starts.
The highlight of the season for Vick came on November 15th during a 59-28 victory over Donovan McNabb and the Washington Redskins.
On that night Vick put on one of the greatest one-man shows in league history. He tossed four touchdown passes, and showcased his other-worldly athleticism, rushing for 80 yards and two more touchdowns.
Had Tom Brady not enjoyed one of the greatest seasons in NFL history in 2010, Michael Vick almost certainly would have walked away as the league's Most Valuable Player that season.
In 2011, Vick's numbers came back down to earth a little bit, and he missed three games due to injury—a problem he often encounters due to his reckless playing style.
He may rank as the tenth-best quarterback in the league on this list, but he ranks No. 1 in most fun to watch.