Top 3 Quarterbacks in Every NFL Franchise’s History


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Arizona Cardinals

3. Neil Lomax

His career was brief due to leg injuries but in that time he made two Pro Bowls (1984 and 1987). Lomax has the franchise record for passing yards in a season with 4,614 yards in 1984 and is second in Cardinals history in career wins (47), career passing yards (22,771) and touchdown passes (136).

2. Kurt Warner

Kurt Warner came to Arizona on what was supposed to be the end of his fairy tale career but it didn’t quite go according to plan, not to say he didn’t still have a great stint with Arizona. His time with the Cardinals was brief but he lead the Cardinals to consecutive playoff berths (for the first time since 1974-1975) and to the team’s first and only Super Bowl appearance in 2008. In his 5 seasons with the team, Warner threw 15,843 yards, with 100 TD’s to only 50 INT’s.

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1. Jim Hart

Jim Hart holds the franchise record for career passing yardage (34,639) and career touchdown passes (209). He was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and the 1974 UPI NFC Offensive Player of the Year. He has a career record of under .500 but when you are with a team for 18 years, and set most of the passing records for the team, of course you will make #1 on the list.