10. Donovan McNabb
The Philadelphia Eagles spent most of the post-Randall Cunningham years wandering quarterback-less in the NFL desert during the mid-1990’s, until they were fortunate enough to snag Donovan McNabb with the second overall pick in the quarterback-rich 1999 NFL Draft. After watching the Cleveland Browns select Tim Couch with the #1 overall pick, the Eagles — led by a rookie head coach named Andy Reid — snagged McNabb, and watched him lead the team to the playoffs seven times in his first 10 seasons in the league.
Having thrown for just under 33,000 yards over the course of his career, he retired as the all-time leading passer in Philadelphia Eagles history.