8. Steve McNair (underrated)
Steve McNair was a winner, plain and simple. He had a career record of 91-62, and while that’s not all down to his quarterback play much of it is due to his leadership. He battled injuries during his entire career but still played more often than not. He was just tough.
But don’t get thinking McNair was all heart and no talent. McNair ranks 33rd all-time in passing yards so the guy has the numbers to back it up. It’s a shame he never got the chance to go back to the Super Bowl after he led the Titans to within a literal fingertip of lifting the Lombardi Trophy.