25. Jeff Garcia
Jeff Garcia played five seasons for the San Francisco 49ers, from 1999-2003, where he established himself as one of the top-tier QB’s in the league. Garcia’s main drawback was that he followed two great Hall of Fame quarterbacks, Joe Montana and Steve Young – which sucks for a number of reasons. Garcia could never quite measure up to those two, but come on, very few ever could. Jeff Garcia started 71 games for San Francisco and had a 35-36 career record. He completed 1,449 passes out of 2,360 attempts, a 61.4% rate and threw for a total of 16,408 yards. Most impressively, his TD to INT ratio was 113 to 56 in San Fran.
Garcia was small by NFL standards at only 6′ 1″ and 195 lbs. He was not blessed with a strong arm, but had excellent mobility. Garcia also was an accurate passer who was very effective throwing on the run. All in all, he was a three time Pro Bowler, in 2000-2002, for the 49ers. He later, also made the Pro Bowl a fourth time with Tampa Bay, in 2007. What he did in Philadelphia in 2006 when Donovan McNabb went down was pretty damn impressive as well.