Caught this web ranking of all time greatest quarterbacks. It was kind of ridiculous, because it had Troy Aikman at 24th greatest and, get this, Tony Romo as 21st, three places better than Aikman. Anyway, a familiar name came up, and here it is: (Of course, Tom Brady came in #1.) 17. Sammy Baugh “Slingin'” Sammy was one of the NFL’s first true stars and he paved the way for future star quarterbacks who could take over a game. He played his entire career for the Washington Redskins, winning two NFL championships in the pre-Super Bowl era. In 16 seasons, he led the league in completion percentage eight times and in passer rating six times, which is still a record. Baugh was also a first team All-Pro six times, showing how impressive his style was compared to other QBs at the time. His impact on the game is nearly immeasurable, ensuring his place in the first class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.