1. Tom Brady
Tom Brady is living proof that, when it comes to the quarterback position in the NFL, the intangibles are far more important than the tangibles. He wasn’t the most athletic or physically gifted quarterback in the 2000 NFL Draft, which is why he fell to the sixth round (infamously taken with the 199th pick). But what teams didn’t realize is that Brady might go down as one of the most accurate, competitive, and clutch quarterbacks in the history of the NFL. Only Joe Montana has as many Super Bowl rings as Tom Brady (four), and Brady looks to be on pace to make that five in a matter of weeks. He’s been named to 12 Pro Bowl teams (second all time) and four All-Pro teams, and was named the NFL’s MVP twice; it’s very possible he could add a third MVP trophy in a matter of weeks as well. He broke Dan Marino’s single-season touchdown pass record, throwing 50 touchdowns in 2007. With 183 career wins to date, and his aspirations to play several more years after this season, Brady will easily finish his career with the most wins by a quarterback in NFL history.