7. Peyton Manning, Colts, Broncos, 1998-2016
You can very easily make the argument that Peyton Manning deserves to be a few spots higher on this list. You practically need an encyclopedia-sized book to list all the records that Manning has set or broken through the course of his 18-year NFL career. He currently holds the record for most career passing yards, most career touchdown passes, the most passing yards in a single season, the most touchdown passes in a single season. He’s the first quarterback to reach 200 career wins between the regular season and the playoffs. No other quarterback in NFL history has been named to 14 Pro Bowls, or been awarded five MVP trophies. The only reason he doesn’t take the top spot is because of his 2-2 record in Super Bowl appearances.