The Most Undervalued and Underappreciated Quarterbacks in NFL History

July 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Everyone remembers a winner. Everyone remembers a quarterback with charisma, records, and big markets to showcase their talents.  Everyone remembers Dan Marino, Joe Montana, John Elway, and Brett Favre.  While these are no superstars, here are 10 quarterbacks who have never received enough attention for their career as NFL quarterbacks.
Kerry Collins
The first selection in the history of the Carolina Panthers, the franchise selected Collins with the fifth pick of the 1995 NFL draft.  During his second season, the Penn State alum led Carolina to the 1996 NFC Championship Game.  
Collins was released by the team in 1998, picked up by New Orleans, and later signed with the New York Giants in 1999.  In five seasons with New York he passed for 16,875 yards, and led the squad to a Super Bowl XXXV defeat to Baltimore.  
After a brief stint with Oakland, the journeyman quarterback signed with Tennessee in 2006, and was selected to t...

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