Finally, I identified and weighted individual awards:
SB MVP = 15pts
League MVP = 20pts
1st Team All-Pro = 10pts
Pro Bowl = 5pts
When you break down each of the three categories, it is not easy to identify the G.O.A.T. For example:
Peyton Manning is ranked first in yardage (79,980) and TDs (600) with Brett Favre in second and Tom Brady in third.
Peyton Manning has the most overall wins (200) but Tom Brady is tied at the top of the list with (4) SB wins. Manning (58, 47) and Brady (57, 43) are also neck-in-neck with game winning drives and 4th quarter comebacks.
Peyton Manning has accumulated the most Regular Season MVP awards (5), Pro-Bowls (14) and is second to Otto Graham with (7) All-Pro selections. Again, Tom Brady is within striking range. Brady (3) and Joe Montana (3) outclassed Peyton Manning (1) in the SB MVP category.
So who is the Greatest QB of All-Time? Well…..it depends.
If you include all games (Regular Season and playoffs), the G.O.A.T list looks like this:
If you include only playoffs:
Right now, I’m going with Peyton Manning but it looks like Tom Brady has a chance in the next year or so to become the G.O.A.T. Here is a link to the Qlik Sense app I built. Analyze the data and, in the comments section below, let me know which quarterbacks make your Top 5 Greatest QBs of All-Time list.