13. Bart Starr
Starr was the biggest winning quarterback during the 1960’s and established the great Green Bay legacy of quarterbacks that eventually extended to Favre and Rodgers. Starr is another QB who doesn’t sport the most gaudy stats, yet his five titles (1961 and ’62, as well as 1965-through-1967) earns him instant credibility like few other passers.
Starr was MVP in the first two Super Bowls, which didn’t really count for much as it does today in the fully merged NFL. The first four Super Bowls were between separate-league NFL and AFL champions just to see who was better and for publicity. Since Super Bowl V (1970-71 season), the game actually determines the NFL champion in a unified league.