Admittedly a tough chore, ranking the 10 best quarterback in the NFL is a necessary task. So many quality guys, so few spots.

By Robby Sabo

The resume of an NFL quarterback is something that follows a guy around day-to-day, team-to-team, season-by-season.

It’s an imaginary piece of paper which serves as a guideline to rank each man. Of course some qualifications are more pertinent than others.

For example, how many Super Bowls has that guy won? This is the gold standard question, for the ultimate resume builder is wins and losses in the “league that plays for pay.”

Another is number of first-team All-Pro selections, or MVPs – categories only the elite can check off on their resume.

Still, there are many factors that go into quarterback resume building.

Football remains a team sport. The ultimate team sport in the minds of many. On both sides of the ball it takes 11 individuals to fully commit to their sole responsibility in order to make an entire unit perform flawlessly.

Should one guy falter, the entire play is in jeopardy of crumbling.

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Therefore, while resumes are usually the standard by which we come up with the best field generals in today’s NFL, much more goes into it.

Here’s our Top 10 NFL Quarterbacks for 2015:












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