Remember when everyone was worried about Peyton Manning's transition to the Broncos? Manning answered his doubters pretty convincingly with a seven-touchdown performance against the reigning Super Bowl champion Ravens. Manning has long been considered one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, but did his record-tying night move him to No. 1?

NFL's greatest quarterbacks

Troy Aikman

Troy Aikman

Dallas Cowboys (1989-2000)
61.5% completion
32,942 yards
165 TDs, 141 INTs
94-71 W-L
3-0 Super Bowl record

Sammy Baugh

Sammy Baugh

Washington Redskins (1937-52)
56.5% completion
21,886 yards
187 TDs, 203 INTs
Played before SB era

Terry Bradshaw

Terry Bradshaw

Pittsburgh Steelers (1970-83)
51.9% completion
27,989 yards
212 TDs, 210 INTs
107-51 W-L
4-0 Super Bowl record

Tom Brady

Tom Brady

New England Patriots (2000-present)
63.7% completion
44,806 yards
334 TDs, 123 INTs
136-39 W-L
3-2 Super Bowl record

Drew Brees

Drew Brees

San Diego Chargers (2001-2005)
New Orleans Saints (2006-present)
65.6% completion
45,919 yards
324 TDs, 165 INTs
99-70 W-L
1-0 Super Bowl record

John Elway

John Elway

Denver Broncos (1983-98)
56.9% completion
51,475 yards
300 TDs, 226 INTs
148-82-1 W-L
2-3 Super Bowl record

Brett Favre

Brett Favre

Atlanta Falcons (1991)
Green Bay Packers (1992-2007)
New York Jets (2008)
Minnesota Vikings (2009-2010)
62% completion
71,838 yards
508 TDs, 336 INTs
186-112 W-L
1-1 Super Bowl record

Dan Fouts

Dan Fouts

San Diego Chargers (1973-87)
58.8% completion
43,040 yards
254 TDs, 242 INTs
86-84-1 W-L

Otto Graham

Otto Graham

Cleveland Browns (1946-55)
55.8% completion
23,584 yards
174 TDs, 135 INTs
Played before SB era

Bob Griese

Bob Griese

Miami Dolphins (1967-1980)
56.2% completion
25,092 yards
192 TDs, 172 INTs
92-56-3 W-L
2-1 Super Bowl record

Peyton Manning

Peyton Manning

Indianapolis Colts (1998-2011)
Denver Broncos (2012-present)
65.2% completion
59,949 yards
443 TDs, 209 INTs
155-70 W-L
1-1 Super Bowl record

Dan Marino

Dan Marino

Miami Dolphins (1983-99)
59.4% completion
61,361 yards
420 TDs, 252 INTs
147-93 W-L
0-1 Super Bowl record

Joe Montana

Joe Montana

San Francisco 49ers (1979-92)
Kansas City Chiefs (1993-94)
63.2% completion
40,551 yards
273 TDs, 139 INTs
117-47 W-L
4-0 Super Bowl record

Warren Moon

Warren Moon

Houston Oilers (1984-93)
Minnesota Vikings (1994-96)
Seattle Seahawks (1997-98)
Kansas City Chiefs (1999-2000)
58.4% completion
49,325 yards
291 TDs, 233 INTs
102-101 W-L

Joe Namath

Joe Namath

New York Jets (1965-76)
L.A. Rams (1977)
50.1% completion
27,663 yards
173 TDs, 220 INTs
62-63-4 W-L
1-0 Super Bowl record

Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay Packers (2005-present)
65.7% completion
21,661 yards
171 TDs, 46 INTs
52-26 W-L
1-0 Super Bowl record

Phil Simms

Phil Simms

New York Giants (1979-93)
55.4% completion
33,462 yards
199 TDs, 157 INTs
95-64 W-L
2-0 Super Bowl record

Bart Starr

Bart Starr

Green Bay Packers (1956-71)
57.4% completion
24,718 yards
152 TDs, 138 INTs
94-57-6 W-L
2-0 Super Bowl record

Roger Staubach

Roger Staubach

Dallas Cowboys (1969-79)
57% completion
22,700 yards
153 TDs, 109 INTs
85-29 W-L
2-2 Super Bowl record

Fran Tarkenton

Fran Tarkenton

Minnesota Vikings (1961-66; 1972-78)
New York Giants (1967-71)
57% completion
47,003 yards
342 TDs, 266 INTs
124-109-6 W-L
0-3 Super Bowl record

Johnny Unitas

Johnny Unitas

Baltimore Colts (1956-72)
San Diego Chargers (1973)
54.6% completion
40,239 yards
290 TDs, 253 INTs
118-64-4 W-L
1-1 Super Bowl record

Steve Young

Steve Young

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1985-86)
San Francisco 49ers (1987-99)
64.3% completion
33,124 yards
232 TDs, 107 INTs
94-49 W-L
1-0 Super Bowl record

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