We all know who takes the top spot, but who else do you think made the list and do you agree that they're in the right order?

If you think maybe some of these could be argued, here's what Mike Rodak on ESPN.com said to defend their picks and placement:

Statistically, Kemp falls short of his more modern counterparts, Flutie (1998-2000) and Fitzpatrick (2009-2012). Kemp threw only 77 touchdowns compared to 132 interceptions, and his 55.8 career quarterback rating with Buffalo would land him in unemployment in today's NFL. Even so, Kemp went 43-31-3 as the Bills' starter from 1963-1969, making five trips to the AFL all-star game and winning AFL titles in 1964 and 1965.

  • 1

    Jim Kelly

  • 2

    Jack Kemp

  • 3

    Doug Flutie

  • 4

    Joe Ferguson

  • 5

    Ryan Fitzpatrick


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