Top 10 clutch quarterbacks in NFL history

   Not owning that coveted 
  Super Bowl ring doesn't diminish Dan Marino's ability to lead his 
  Dolphins to last-minute victories. 
   Following in the footsteps of the great Joe Montana didn't faze Steve Young, who led the 
  49ers to a fifth 
  Super Bowl championship. 
   Bart Starr helped lead the 
  Packers to five NFL championships in seven seasons, an accomplishment no other quarterback since has matched. 
   In 10 pro football seasons, Otto Graham led the 
  Cleveland Browns to 10 title games, an accomplishment that 
   will likely never be matched. 
   The " 
  Holy Roller," "Sea of Hands," and "Ghost to the Post" all came courtesy of "The Snake," the field general of the renegade 1970s 
   The seminal moment of Johnny Unitas' career was leading the Baltimore 
  Colts to victory in 
  the NFL's first sudden-death OT title game. 
   The late-game heroics of Roger Staubach -- "Captain Comeback" -- helped the 
  Cowboys become known as "America's Team" in the 1970s. 
   With a frantic last-minute scoring drive against the 
  Rams in 
  Super Bowl XXXVI, 
  Tom Brady helped the 
  Patriots' dynasty in its rise to power. 
  The Drive" was the stuff of legends, but John Elway's heroics didn't end there as he made fans wait until the clock hit 0:00. 
   Going a perfect 4-for-4 in pro football's biggest game and winning three 
  Super Bowl MVPs in the process, Joe Montana is the most clutch QB ever. 

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