Top 5 Miami Dolphins Quarterbacks of All-Time

Updated on November 22, 2019
Former Miami Dolphins quarterbacks, Bob Griese (center) and Dan Marino (right), greet New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady (left), before the 2016 regular-season finale. Combined, the trio has thrown for more than 150,000 yards.
Former Miami Dolphins quarterbacks, Bob Griese (center) and Dan Marino (right), greet New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady (left), before the 2016 regular-season finale. Combined, the trio has thrown for more than 150,000 yards. | Source

Who Are the Greatest Quarterbacks in Miami Dolphins History?

In the 1970s, the Miami Dolphins were one of the most successful professional sports franchises in the United States, and much of that success can be attributed to the Hall of Fame quarterback at the helm of the offense. The franchise then remained one of the National Football League's top teams throughout most of the 1980s and 1990s, as another Hall of Famer built a legacy as the most prolific passer in the sport's history. In the seasons where one of those two weren't guiding the offense, several other quarterbacks led the Dolphins through memorable postseason runs. And while there has been a lack of consistent play at the position over the past two decades, the Dolphins have been trying to find a third franchise quarterback to lead them to another glorious stretch of success.

Over the first 34 seasons in franchise history, the Dolphins made 19 playoff appearances and won a pair of Super Bowls behind offenses primarily powered by Hall of Famers Bob Griese and Dan Marino. In the past 20 seasons, however, Miami has only been to the playoffs 4 times and won just 1 postseason game—while shuffling through 21 starting quarterbacks.

A list of the five greatest Dolphins quarterbacks of all-time follows, including a handful of honorable-mention candidates at the end. You'll also find franchise records among quarterbacks, and statistics for every quarterback that has ever played for the Dolphins since the franchise was born in the American Football League in 1966.

Selection Criteria for This List

  • Legacy Honors (Hall of Fame, Ring of Honor, retired number, etc.)
  • Single-Season Honors (MVP, All-Pro, Pro Bowl, league leader, etc.)
  • On-Field Success (winning percentage, winning seasons, playoff appearances, etc.)
  • Longevity (years with the Dolphins, percentage of career with the Dolphins, etc.)

Only games played with the Dolphins are factored into this list, so while Bernie Kosar is a prime candidate for a list about the Cleveland Browns, his 2 starts and 987 yards with the Dolphins won't make the cut here. So without further ado, let's count down the top five quarterbacks in Miami Dolphins history, and feel free to chime in with your thoughts on these selections.

Miami Dolphins quarterback, Ryan Tannehill, attempts a pass in a 2018 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Miami Dolphins quarterback, Ryan Tannehill, attempts a pass in a 2018 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. | Source

5. Ryan Tannehill

  • Years With the Dolphins: 2012–18
  • Regular-Season Record: 42-46

As one of four quarterbacks who were taken in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, Ryan Tannehill faced some intimidating circumstances when he came to the Miami Dolphins. He was drafted with the eighth overall selection to save a franchise that had toiled in mediocrity for a decade, and as the first quarterback drafted by the Dolphins in the first round of a draft since Dan Marino, the pressure mounted.

Tannehill looked like he was up to the task in his rookie season. After a dismal showing in his debut, he won his second start and then threw for a franchise rookie record 431 yards in Week 4 against the Arizona Cardinals. By season's end, he sat atop the team's rookie record book for passing yards, attempts, and completions. The next season, his offensive line struggled, allowing him to get sacked a league-high 58 times, but he still helped the Dolphins finish at .500.

Miami again finished at .500 in 2014, but Tannehill showed growth. He eclipsed the 4,000-yard passing mark for the first time in his career, and also had a 396-yard, 4-touchdown showing in a win over the Tennessee Titans. In 2015, despite Tannehill's best season, the Dolphins fell to 6-10. The season began with Tannehill signing a $96 million contract extension, and it ended with a career-high 4,208 yards. Along the way, he posted a perfect passer rating against the Houston Texans and completed his first 18 passes in the game.

Tannehill was efficient in 2016, but missed the final three games of the season due to injury. His efforts throughout the beginning of the year, however, put the Dolphins in position to make the postseason for the first time since 2008. He then missed all of 2017 with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Tannehill didn't play a full season in 2018, but left fans with a fond memory when he completed the Miami Miracle pass and double-lateral with 7 seconds left to upset the New England Patriots.

Tannehill was traded to the Tennessee Titans before the 2019 season, leaving him third all-time in team history with 20,434 yards and 123 touchdowns in his Dolphins career. He holds the franchise record among quarterbacks with more than 20 games by completing 62.7 percent of his passes (1,829 of 2,911).

Ryan Tannehill's Statistics With the Dolphins

Year
G
GS
Record
Comp
Att
Yds
TD
Int
2012
16
16
7-9
282
484
3294
12
13
2013
16
16
8-8
355
588
3913
24
17
2014
16
16
8-8
392
590
4045
27
12
2015
16
16
6-10
363
586
4208
24
12
2016
13
13
8-5
261
389
2995
19
12
2018
11
11
5-6
176
274
1979
17
9

4. Jay Fiedler

  • Years With the Dolphins: 2000–04
  • Regular-Season Record: 36-23
  • Playoff Appearances: 2000–01
  • Playoff Record: 1-2
  • Legacy Honors: National Jewish Museum Sports Hall of Fame (2002)

Jay Fiedler was tasked with the near-impossible in 2000—take over the starting quarterback role from legendary Hall of Famer Dan Marino, who retired in 1999 as the NFL's all-time leading passer. Working in tandem with a stellar defense, Fiedler did enough to get the Dolphins into the postseason in each of his first two seasons and remains the last Miami quarterback to win a playoff game.

Fiedler threw a touchdown in his first eight games with the Dolphins, and later in the 2000 season, he threw his first of six career three-touchdown games. Once in the playoffs, Fiedler overcame three interceptions in the Wild Card round against the Indianapolis Colts by completing three passes during a game-winning drive in overtime. He would again throw three picks the next week, however, as the Oakland Raiders shutout the Dolphins.

In 2001, Fiedler led Miami back to the playoffs, but the Baltimore Ravens came away as 20–3 winners in the opening round. He missed parts of the next two seasons, but still enjoyed a 14–7 record in the games he started. In 2004, he was benched after the season-opener, but started again later in the season.

Fiedler signed with the New York Jets after that season. In 62 games with the Dolphins, he completed 936 of 1,603 passes for 11,040 yards and 66 touchdowns. All of those marks rank fourth in franchise history.

Jay Fiedler's Statistics With the Dolphins

Year
G
GS
Record
Comp
Att
Yds
TD
Int
2000
15
15
10-5
204
357
2402
14
14
2001
16
16
11-5
273
450
3290
20
19
2002
11
10
7-3
179
292
2024
14
9
2003
12
11
7-4
179
314
2138
11
13
2004
8
7
1-6
101
190
1186
7
8

3. David Woodley

  • Years With the Dolphins: 1980–83
  • Regular-Season Record: 27-12-1
  • Playoff Appearances: 1981–82
  • Playoff Record: 3-2

As the 214th overall selection in the 1980 NFL Draft, David Woodley was a literal afterthought going into his rookie season. Going into the preseason as the fourth quarterback on the depth chart, Woodley could hardly have envisioned making the team, let alone taking over for a Hall of Famer and eventually leading the Dolphins to a Super Bowl. But that's just what he did.

Woodley trailed incumbent starter, Bob Griese; longtime backup, Don Strock; and third-stringer, Guy Benjamin as the 1980 preseason began. But by playing effectively in limited action, Woodley was noticed. Benjamin was sent to the New Orleans Saints before the season, then Griese and Strock were both injured early in the season, giving Woodley the starting job in Week 4. He promptly threw three interceptions, but the Dolphins held on to beat the Saints. By Week 7, he was cemented as the starter, and wouldn't relinquish the job until 1983, when another Hall of Famer, Dan Marino, began his lengthy tenure in Miami.

Woodley started 15 games in 1981, throwing for a career-high 2,407 yards and leading the Dolphins to the postseason. His top 3 single-game passing performances all came that season—408 yards against the Dallas Cowboys, 309 against the Baltimore Colts, and 296 against the Washington Redskins. Then in the strike-shortened 1982 season, Woodley took things a step further when he became the youngest quarterback to ever start a Super Bowl. In Super Bowl XVII, he played against the Redskins—who owned Woodley's original draft slot before a trade with the Dolphins—but couldn't outduel Hall of Fame quarterback, Joe Theismann, in a 27–17 loss.

Admittedly weak at reading defenses, Woodley threw more interceptions (42) than touchdowns (34) with the Dolphins, but he was still voted the team's Most Valuable Player as a rookie, despite throwing 17 picks. By the time he was traded to Pittsburgh Steelers in 1983 when it was clear Marino would be the quarterback of the future, Woodley had completed 508 of 961 passes for 5,928 yards. In addition to his passing, Woodley was a strong runner, gaining at least 200 rushing from 1980–82 and scoring 9 rushing touchdowns in that span.

David Woodley's Statistics With the Dolphins

Year
G
GS
Record
Comp
Att
Yds
TD
Int
1980
13
11
6-5
176
327
1850
14
17
1981
15
15
11-3-1
191
366
2470
12
13
1982
9
9
7-2
98
179
1080
5
8
1983
5
5
3-2
43
89
528
3
4
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback, Bob Griese, observes the team prior to a 2018 game against the Tennessee Titans.
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback, Bob Griese, observes the team prior to a 2018 game against the Tennessee Titans. | Source

2. Bob Griese

  • Years With the Dolphins: 1967–80
  • Regular-Season Record: 92-56-3
  • Playoff Appearances: 1970–74, '78, '79
  • Playoff Record: 6-5
  • Pro Bowl: 1970, '71, '73, '74, '77, '78
  • All-Pro: 1971, '77
  • AFL All-Star: 1967, '68
  • Major Awards: MVP, 1971; Bert Bell Award, 1977
  • Legacy Honors: Hall of Fame (1990), Miami Dolphins No. 12 Retired, Dolphins Honor Roll

The first great player for the Miami Dolphins was Robert "Bob" Griese, who was eventually measured up as one of the greatest quarterbacks ever to play in the NFL. Known for becoming the first quarterback to lead his team to 3 straight Super Bowls, Griese was a fixture on the Miami offense for 14 seasons. He finished his career in 1980 with 92 victories, and held every major passing record for the franchise at the time of his retirement.

Griese was the fourth overall selection in the 1967 Common Draft, and the newly formed team was scrutinized for picking him. As the Dolphins continued to struggle throughout his first several seasons, pressure from fans further mounted. But when Don Shula was hired as head coach in 1970, everything changed, and the Dolphins became the best team in the NFL throughout the next decade.

Shifty and adept at avoiding pressure from opposing defenses, Griese was known as a brilliant play-caller, and started in Super Bowls from 1971–73. The Dolphins would lose in Super Bowl VI in 1971, but the next year, Griese was part of arguably the greatest season by any team in NFL history. Undefeated through 4 games, Griese suffered a broken leg in Week 5, but his backup, Earl Morrall, kept Miami undefeated and won a first-round postseason matchup. When the Dolphins struggled to get the offense moving in the conference title game, Griese came off the bench and led Miami to a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. He then threw a touchdown as the Dolphins defeated the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII to complete an undefeated campaign. Griese and the Dolphins defeated the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl VIII the next season.

In a 1977 game against the St. Louis Cardinals, Griese completed 15 of 23 passes, but 6 of them went for a touchdown. That remains tied as the franchise record for a single game. His career-high single-game yardage total came in 1978 against the Houston Oilers, when he threw for 349 yards. Throughout the 1970s, the Dolphins had the best winning percentage in the NFL, and much of the credit for that went to Griese's guidance of the offense. He retired after completing 1,926 of 3,429 passes for 25,092 yards and 192 touchdowns.

Bob Griese's Statistics With the Dolphins

Year
G
GS
Record
Comp
Att
Yds
TD
Int
1967
12
10
3-7
166
331
2005
15
18
1968
13
13
5-7-1
186
355
2473
21
16
1969
9
9
2-6-1
121
252
1695
10
16
1970
14
14
10-4
142
245
2019
12
17
1971
14
13
9-3-1
145
263
2089
19
9
1972
6
5
5-0
53
97
638
4
4
1973
13
13
12-1
116
218
1422
17
8
1974
13
13
10-3
152
253
1968
16
15
1975
10
10
7-3
118
191
1693
14
13
1976
13
13
5-8
162
272
2097
11
12
1977
14
14
10-4
180
307
2252
22
13
1978
11
9
6-3
148
235
1791
11
11
1979
14
12
7-5
176
310
2160
14
16
1980
5
3
1-2
61
100
790
6
4
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback, Dan Marino, holds his commemorative ball during a halftime ceremony at Sun Life Stadium in 2015 after being named a member of the franchise's all-time team.
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback, Dan Marino, holds his commemorative ball during a halftime ceremony at Sun Life Stadium in 2015 after being named a member of the franchise's all-time team. | Source

1. Dan Marino

  • Years With the Dolphins: 1983–99
  • Regular-Season Record: 147-93
  • Playoff Appearances: 1983–85, '90, '92, '94, '95, 1997–99
  • Playoff Record: 8-10
  • Pro Bowl: 1983–87, '91, '92, '94, '95
  • All-Pro: 1983–86, '92, '94, '95
  • Major Awards: MVP, 1984; Offensive Player of the Year, 1984; Comeback Player of the Year, 1994; Man of the Year, 1998
  • Legacy Honors: Hall of Fame (2005), Miami Dolphins No. 13 retired, Dolphins Honor Roll

Dan Marino retired as the greatest passing quarterback of all-time, and established himself as the best quarterback in Miami Dolphins history after an extraordinary 17-year career. Marino held a slew of records when he retired in 1999, and while many of those have been eclipsed by quarterbacks in the pass-happy offenses that overtook the league, Marino is still regarded as one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. He pushed the Dolphins into the postseason 10 times, but was unable to secure a Super Bowl championship.

Marino was a steal for the Dolphins, who selected him 27th overall in the 1983 NFL Draft. That draft famously saw five other quarterbacks selected in the first round—including fellow Hall of Famers John Elway and Jim Kelly. After inspiring performances off of the bench in Weeks 3 and 5, Marino was named the permanent starter for Week 6, and other than when he was injured, he'd maintain his role until the end of the 1999 season. As a rookie, he helped push the Dolphins into the postseason and threw two touchdowns in his playoff debut, a loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

In 1984, Marino was named the league's Most Valuable Player after posting the greatest season ever seen by a quarterback. His career-highs of 5,084 yards and 48 touchdowns were NFL records at the time and remain franchise records. In the American Football Conference Championship game, he set game records with 421 yards and 4 touchdowns to advance to his only Super Bowl. Marino passed for 318 yards in Super Bowl XIX, but the San Francisco 49ers were too much to handle in a 38–16 loss. Miami would lose in the AFC title game in 1985, then would miss the postseason from 1986–89.

With 44 touchdowns in 1986, Marino became the first player to twice throw for 40 touchdowns in a season, and he was the only member of that particular club until Drew Brees joined him in 2012. In 1988, he led the league in passing for the fourth time by passing for 4,434 yards, which set the record for most seasons with more than 4,000 yards (Dan Fouts had 3 such seasons from 1979–81).

Into the 1990s, Marino continued to keep the Dolphins relevant and regularly in the postseason. He'd become the first quarterback ever to throw for 50,000 yards, as well as the first to fire 400 career touchdowns. Some of his finest individual games included 13 with at least 400 passing yards and 21 games with at least 4 touchdowns. Marino holds the franchise record with a 521-yard effort in a 1988 loss to New York Jets, which also featured a career-worst 5 interceptions. In 1986, he threw a team record-tying 6 touchdowns passes in a 51–45 shootout loss—also to the Jets.

Many years will go by before a quarterback eclipses Marino's career records with the Dolphins. Throughout 242 games, he completed 4,967 of 8,358 passes for 61,361 yards and 420 touchdowns. Each of those marks were NFL records when he retired, and all currently rank fifth all-time in league history. Marino played in 18 postseason contests, completing 385 of 687 passes for 4,510 yards and 32 touchdowns, and he twice passed for more than 400 yards in a game.

Dan Marino's Statistics With the Miami Dolphins

Year
G
GS
Record
Comp
Att
Yds
TD
Int
1983
11
9
7-2
173
296
2210
20
6
1984
16
16
14-2
362
564
5084
48
17
1985
16
16
12-4
336
567
4137
30
21
1986
16
16
8-8
378
623
4746
44
23
1987
12
12
7-5
263
444
3245
26
13
1988
16
16
6-10
354
606
4434
28
23
1989
16
16
8-8
308
550
3997
24
22
1990
16
16
12-4
306
531
3563
21
11
1991
16
16
8-8
318
549
3970
25
13
1992
16
16
11-5
330
554
4116
24
16
1993
5
5
4-1
91
150
1218
8
3
1994
16
16
10-6
385
615
4453
30
17
1995
14
14
9-5
309
482
3668
24
15
1996
13
13
7-6
221
373
2795
17
9
1997
16
16
9-7
319
548
3780
16
11
1998
16
16
10-6
310
537
3497
23
15
1999
11
11
5-6
204
369
2448
12
17
Chad Henne walks to the field during training camp in 2019. From 2008–11, he was a quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, and became a journeyman backup after leaving Florida.
Chad Henne walks to the field during training camp in 2019. From 2008–11, he was a quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, and became a journeyman backup after leaving Florida. | Source

Honorable Mentions

Though the best quarterbacks in Dolphins history were featured above, I've decided to include a handful of players who also left an indelible mark on team history, but didn't quite make the top five.

Earl Morrall (1972–76)

When Earl Morrall came to the Miami Dolphins in 1972, it was to reunite with coach Don Shula and serve as the backup to future Hall of Famer Bob Griese. Little did anyone know, however, Morrall became the primary quarterback for the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins, who are the only team to complete a 17–0 season. He started 11 games that season while Griese recovered from a broken leg, and was selected as a first-team All-Pro. In 1975, Morrall started against the New England Patriots, and at age 41, became the oldest quarterback to win a start. In 5 seasons with the Dolphins, Morrell completed 153 of 284 passes for for 2,335 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Chad Henne (2008–11)

The Miami Dolphins drafted Chad Henne with the intention of turning him into the next great quarterback in team history, but he struggled with injuries and never reached superstar status when healthy. He recorded a career-high 416 yards against the New England Patriots in 2011, but never threw for more than 2 touchdowns in a game. Still, he's among the statistical career leaders in franchise history, despite only playing for four seasons. In 31 starts, Henne completed 646 of 1,065 passes for 7,114 yards and 31 touchdowns.

Don Strock (1974–87)

Donald "Don" Strock is among the longest tenured Miami Dolphins of all-time, and spent most of his time with the team backing up Hall of Fame quarterbacks, Bob Griese and Dan Marino. But when he was called upon to start, he knew how to deliver. Strock was a member of three Super Bowl squads and posted a 16–4 mark in his starts for Miami. The finest game of Strock's career came in a 1981 AFC Divisional round playoff game, when he came off the bench and nearly erased Miami's 24–0 deficit against the San Diego Chargers. Strock threw for 409 yards and 4 touchdowns, but the Chargers prevailed 41–38 in overtime in one of the greatest games in NFL history. In the regular season, Strock completed 388 of 688 passes for 4,613 yards and 39 touchdowns.

Miami Dolphins quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick, dives past the goal line for a  touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts. After starting a game in 2019, he became the 21st player to start for the Dolphins since Hall of Famer Dan Marino retired in 1999.
Miami Dolphins quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick, dives past the goal line for a touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts. After starting a game in 2019, he became the 21st player to start for the Dolphins since Hall of Famer Dan Marino retired in 1999. | Source

How Many Quarterbacks Have the Miami Dolphins Had Since Dan Marino Retired?

Since the retirement of Dan Marino in 1999, the Miami Dolphins have used 21 starting quarterbacks in 20 seasons. That's a stark contrast to the franchise's first 34 seasons, when only 15 different quarterbacks were used as a starter.

The Dolphins were spoiled by finding Hall of Famer, Bob Griese, so early in franchise history. They then doubled down on the spoils when they drafted Marino just three seasons after Griese retired. From Griese's debut season of 1967 to Marino's final season in 1999, only three other quarterbacks served as the primary starter for the Dolphins (Earl Morrall in 1972, David Woodley from 1980–82, and Scott Mitchell in 1993).

Miami Dolphins Quarterback History

The Miami Dolphins have used 36 starting quarterbacks in their 54-year history. Listed below are the franchise's passing records, as well as a list of every quarterback to play for the team since its inception in 1966.

Miami Dolphins Quarterback Records

  • Career Yards: 61,361, Dan Marino (1983–99)
  • Career Touchdowns: 420, Marino (1983–99)
  • Single-Season Yards: 5,084, Marino (1984)
  • Single-Season Touchdowns: 48, Marino (1984)
  • Single-Game Yards: 521, Marino (1988)
  • Single-Game Touchdowns: 6, Marino (1986), Bob Griese (1977)

Full List of All Miami Dolphins Quarterbacks

Player
From
To
G
Record
Comp
Att
Yds
TD
Int
Dick Wood
1966
1966
14
0-4
83
230
993
4
14
Rick Norton
1966
1969
31
1-10
156
377
1751
6
30
John Stofa
1966
1970
17
2-0
61
135
862
7
6
George Wilson
1966
1966
14
2-5
46
112
764
5
10
Bob Griese
1967
1980
161
92-56-3
1926
3429
25092
192
172
Archie Roberts
1967
1967
1
 
5
10
11
0
1
Kim Hammond
1968
1968
3
 
13
26
116
0
2
George Mira
1971
1971
6
1-0
11
30
159
1
1
Earl Morrall
1972
1976
69
11-1
153
284
2335
17
17
Jim Del Gaizo
1972
1972
4
 
5
9
165
2
1
Don Strock
1974
1987
163
14-6
388
688
4613
39
37
Guy Benjamin
1978
1979
7
 
9
12
119
1
1
David Woodley
1980
1983
42
27-12-1
508
961
5928
34
42
Dan Marino
1983
1999
242
147-93
4967
8358
61361
420
252
Kyle Mackey
1987
1987
3
1-2
57
109
604
3
5
Scott Stankavage
1987
1987
3
 
4
7
8
0
1
Ron Jaworski
1988
1988
16
 
9
14
123
1
0
Scott Secules
1989
1991
45
 
33
70
393
2
5
Scott Mitchell
1991
1993
31
3-4
135
241
1805
12
9
Steve DeBerg
1993
1993
5
2-2
113
188
1521
6
7
Doug Pederson
1993
1993
7
 
4
8
41
0
0
Bernie Kosar
1994
1996
14
0-2
105
152
987
5
6
Dan McGwire
1995
1995
1
 
0
1
0
0
0
Craig Erickson
1996
1997
9
1-2
68
127
945
4
3
Damon Huard
1998
2000
34
5-1
170
288
1691
9
8
Scott Zolak
1999
1999
1
 
0
4
0
0
0
Jay Fiedler
2000
2004
62
36-23
936
1603
11040
66
63
Ray Lucas
2001
2002
17
2-4
94
163
1090
4
6
Sage Rosenfels
2002
2005
13
0-2
54
109
776
6
6
Brian Griese
2003
2003
5
3-2
74
130
813
5
6
A.J. Feeley
2004
2004
11
3-5
191
356
1893
11
15
Gus Frerotte
2005
2005
16
9-6
257
494
2996
18
13
Daunte Culpepper
2006
2006
4
1-3
81
134
929
2
3
Cleo Lemon
2006
2007
13
1-7
211
377
2185
8
7
Joey Harrington
2006
2006
11
5-6
223
388
2236
12
15
John Beck
2007
2007
5
0-4
60
107
559
1
3
Trent Green
2007
2007
5
0-5
85
141
987
5
7
Chad Pennington
2008
2010
20
12-8
373
552
4085
20
9
Chad Henne
2008
2011
36
13-18
646
1065
7114
31
37
Tyler Thigpen
2009
2010
6
0-1
37
70
518
3
4
Pat White
2009
2009
13
 
0
5
0
0
0
Matt Moore
2011
2017
27
8-9
359
591
4298
29
19
J.P. Losman
2011
2011
2
 
6
10
60
0
0
Ryan Tannehill
2012
2018
88
24-46
1829
2911
20434
123
75
Jay Cutler
2017
2017
14
6-8
266
429
2666
19
14
David Fales
2017
2017
2
 
29
43
265
1
1
Brock Osweiler
2018
2018
7
2-3
113
178
1247
6
4
Josh Rosen
2019
2019
6
0-3
58
109
567
1
5
Ryan Fitzpatrick
2019
2019
9
2-5
160
253
1687
8
8
Miami Dolphins quarterback, Josh Rosen, drops back to pass against the Washington Redskins in 2019. He was a first-round draft pick of the Arizona Cardinals in 2018, but after a trade to Miami, he could be developed into a star.
Miami Dolphins quarterback, Josh Rosen, drops back to pass against the Washington Redskins in 2019. He was a first-round draft pick of the Arizona Cardinals in 2018, but after a trade to Miami, he could be developed into a star. | Source

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      • Ty Tayzlor profile image

        TT 

        2 weeks ago from Anywhere

        I wouldn't have put Woodley in the top 5, because Don Strock always seemed to have to come in and save him in crucial situations.

      • Andrew Harner profile imageAUTHOR

        Andrew Harner 

        2 weeks ago from Ohio

        Don Strock is definitely an interesting story in his own right. I can't really think of another QB with a similar track record as he has. It always boggled me how he never latched on as a start somewhere else.

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        CJ Kelly 

        2 weeks ago from Auburn, WA

        I would take Don Strock over anybody they've had since Marino...:) The guy showed up in big games.

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