Folks, we’re getting into the part of the year where sports slow down. Football is especially dead. So in order to cope with that we make these random lists and we have debates on who is the greatest.
In this series we will look at each NFL team and rank their greatest quarterback in franchise history.
Here’s what we have done. You can view them here:
Next up is the AFC North which is the grittiest division in football. Cold weather games between fierce rivals who hate each other is the most common theme when it comes to playing football in this division. With that being said let’s get to the list.
Pittsburgh Steelers- Ben Roethlisberger
This one is a no brainer. People are going to read this and say that Terry Bradshaw is better because he won more Super Bowls but they’re dead wrong. Bradshaw threw just two more touchdowns than he did interceptions during his career with the Steelers. He also had a 51% completion percentage.
Big Ben may be an awful person but he’s easily the best quarterback in Steelers franchise history.
Cincinnati Bengals- Ken Anderson
I’ll be honest in saying that I have no idea who this guy is. I had to research Bengals QBs for 15 minutes because it’s the most pointless fucking franchise to ever exist. Congratulations on beating out the great Andy Dalton, Ken Anderson.
Fuck this entire team.
Cleveland Browns- Baker Mayfield
Some people are gonna say that it’s too early to say how good Baker Mayfield is but I’ll tell you this much: he’s better than anyone else to ever play QB for this wretched franchise.
This franchise is essentially a more fun version of the Bengals. I hope they’re successful next year with Baker and my guy Odell Beckham Jr. Congratulations to Baker Mayfield for getting this award basically by default.
Baltimore Ravens- Joe Flacco
This one isn’t even close either. Joe Flacco has 31,000 more yards then the next person on the Ravens list. The real question about Joe Flacco is if he’s an elite quarterback or not.