6. Randall Cunningham (underrated)
Huddle up, youngsters. Before Lamar Jackson became the league’s greatest dual-threat quarterback there was Mike Vick. But before Michael Vick shook up the league there was Randall Cunningham breaking ground for what a quarterback could do.
During his 1990 season alone, Cunningham threw for 3,466 yards and ran for 942. He scored 35 touchdowns altogether. In 1998, he led the league in rushing yards per game with 106. His passer rating was just 81.5 but that does rank him above Mike Vick and John Elway. Cunningham held the all-time rushing record for a quarterback until Vick broke it in 2011.