Flirtin' with Disaster: One Theme Song for Each of the NFL's 32 Starting QBs

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Flirtin' with Disaster: One Theme Song for Each of the NFL's 32 Starting QBs
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Keith Richards playing the Super Bowl XL halftime show.

No matter how many people extol the virtues of offensive linemen and running backs and remind us that "defense wins championships," there can be no denying that the true rockstars of the NFL are the league's quarterbacks.

From "Broadway" Joe Namath holding court with the press poolside before Super Bowl III to Tom Brady marrying supermodel Gisele Bundchen, quarterbacks have always been at the center of attention in the modern era of professional football. Each QB is one of the faces—if not the face—of his franchise and of the NFL.

As some of the league's most visible players, quarterbacks are assigned personas—whether real or contrived—by NFL fans, writers and even the league itself. It follows that each quarterback deserves his own theme song—a song that captures this persona, the role or character that each field general plays.

Here are those signature tunes for all of the league's starting quarterbacks, from modern day legends like Brady, Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rodgers, to single season fill-ins T. J. Yates and Matt Moore.

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