5. Dan Marino (Miami Dolphins 1983-1999) Perhaps a controversial choice as Dan Marino is known to never win a Super Bowl. However, Marino’s performance has been so impressive that it cannot be removed from the list. Marino became the first quarterback to pass 5,000 yards in a season, was a nine-time Pro Bowler, and won the league’s MVP award in 1984. Marino was ahead of his time in terms of the numbers he provided and the style he played with. A true icon. 4. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers since 2005) Aaron Rodgers is often considered the most talented quarterback of all time. He has a special ability to read the field and create the perfect pass that will fit whatever situation is thrown at him. Rodgers is a nine-time pro bowler and won the league’s MVP in 2011 and 2014. After this year’s launch, he’ll likely add a third MVP title. The fact that Rodgers was once again the best player in the entire league at the age of 37 propelled him into the top five of all time. He has a Super Bowl by his name, he could have a second in just a few weeks. 3. Peyton Manning (Indianapolis Colts 1998-2011, Denver Broncos 2012-15) Peyton Manning’s longevity was truly remarkable. He has been voted 14 times to the Pro Bowl and named best player in the league five times. Manning’s intelligence and ability to change games at the limit was truly unique at the time. He won two Super Bowls and should have won more. The fact that Manning managed to win his second ring with the Denver Broncos at the end of his career ensures that he will finish in the top three of all time.