25. Philip Rivers
Rivers has still yet to deliver his franchise, the San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers, to the promised land of the Super Bowl, but there is no disputing his talent and his fiery will-to-win. Rivers was drafted fourth overall by the New York Giants in 2004, then traded to the Chargers for Eli Manning, who had been the overall number one pick of the Chargers.
For any who doubt Rivers’ inclusion on a list such as this, realize he has a career passer rating of 96.0, which ranks him an impressive eighth all time among quarterbacks who’ve made at least 1,500 passing attempts in their careers. And when it comes to consecutive-game durability among active quarterbacks, Rivers is number one with 208 and counting. If he starts the Chargers’ first three games in 2019, he’ll leapfrog both Manning brothers to be second only to Favre in that category.