The 10 Best Quarterbacks Not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Dean HyblAnalyst IJune 13, 2009

The 10 Best Quarterbacks Not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame

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Best of the Rest

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    1984:  Quarterback Jim Plunkett #16 of the L.A. Raiders passes the ball. (Photo by Tony Duffy/Getty Images)

10. Bernie Kosar – Cleveland Browns/Dallas Cowboys/Miami Dolphins – 1985-1996

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    DENVER - JANUARY 17:  Quarterback Bernie Kosar #19 of the Cleveland Browns looks down field for a receiver during the 1987 AFC Championship game against the Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium on January 17, 1988 in Denver, Colorado.  The Broncos won 38-3

9. Jim Hart – St. Louis Cardinals/Washington Redskins – 1966-1984

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8. Roman Gabriel – Los Angeles Rams/Philadelphia Eagles – 1962-1977

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7. John Hadl – San Diego Chargers/Los Angeles Rams/Green Bay Packers/Houston Oilers – 1962-1977

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6. Phil Simms – New York Giants – 1979-1993

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    SAN FRANCISCO - DECEMBER 29:  Quarterback Phil Simms #11 of the New York Giants passes against the San Francisco 49ers during the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Candlestick Park on December 29, 1984 in San Francisco, California.  The 49ers won 21-10.  (Ph

5. Boomer Esiason – Cincinnati Bengals/New York Jets/Arizona Cardinals – 1984-1997

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    26 Nov 1989: Quarterback Boomer Esiason of the Cincinnati Bengals looks to pass the ball during a game against the Buffalo Bills at Rich Stadium in Orchard Park, New York. The Bills won the game, 24-7.

4. Randall Cunningham – Philadelphia Eagles/Minnesota Vikings/Dallas Cowboys/Baltimore Ravens – 1985-2001

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3. Ken Stabler – Oakland Raiders/Houston Oilers/New Orleans Saints – 1970-1984

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2. John Brodie – San Francisco 49ers – 1957-1973

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1. Ken Anderson – Cincinnati Bengals – 1971-1986

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