12. Terry Bradshaw
On paper, Bradshaw’s stats aren’t very impressive; a TD-to-INT rate of merely 212-to-210. But with “TB,” stats only tell part of the story, as he remains the only quarterback in NFL history to win back-to-back Super Bowls not once, but twice. Unlike some of the quarterbacks on this list, Bradshaw did not enjoy early success; in fact he wasn’t the starting signal caller at the start of the Steelers first Super Bowl-winning season in 1974.
Terry had to scratch and claw to put his hands under center for the team that would go on to be the NFL’s dynasty of the ‘70’s, winning four Super Bowls in six years, a feat still unmatched by any franchise.