Party On: the Top 5 Quarterbacks of the 1990s

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What were you watching on TV in the 90s? Was your time devoted solely to TGIF? Or were you more of a Melrose Place type? Or wait… it’s so obvious. It’s written all over your face. You were completely wrapped up in the sordid goings on of the kids of Dawson’s Creek. It’s okay to admit it; the Creek was enthralling.

Well, whatever it was you were watching, you were wrong. You should’ve been watching NFL football. A class of quarterbacks that would eventually grace the record books and the Hall of Fame dominated from 1990-99. And here are the top five.
Party On: the Top 5 Quarterbacks of the 1990s
Image Credit: 85108513 / Shutterstock.com
What were you watching on TV in the 90s? Was your time devoted solely to TGIF? Or were you more of a Melrose Place type? Or wait… it’s so obvious. It’s written all over your face. You were completely wrapped up in the sordid goings on of the kids of Dawson’s Creek. It’s okay to admit it; the Creek was enthralling.

Well, whatever it was you were watching, you were wrong. You should’ve been watching NFL football. A class of quarterbacks that would eventually grace the record books and the Hall of Fame dominated from 1990-99. And here are the top five.
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Honorable Mentions:

Jim Kelly – Kelly led the offensive juggernaut that was the early 90s Bills, going to four straight Super Bowls, and losing them all. It’s one thing to have to live in Buffalo, but losing four straight Super Bowls? Our God is certainly a sick and twisted one.



Warren Moon – Moon went to seven straight Pro Bowls in the 90s, but more impressively played 22 seasons of pro football in the CFL and NFL combined. That’s a lot of jock itch.



Well, there they are, the greatest NFL quarterbacks of the 1990s, plus two guys we were okay with snubbing, but not ignoring entirely. And if you think this list was missing someone, well, you’re probably a complete moron. But if you insist, make a list of your own.