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NFL World Reacts To Most Underrated Quarterback Rankings

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PHOENIX – JULY 20: A detail view of a football shows the redesigned NFL Shield logo during a photograph shoot on July 20, 2008 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Gene Lower/Getty Images)

On Friday morning, Peter Schrager of “Good Morning Football” ranked his top five most underrated quarterbacks in NFL history, which got loads of response from viewers.

In accordance with Schrager, the late Steve McNair tops the list. Followed by the legendary Otto Graham, Jim Plunkett, Joe Flacco and the Bengals Kenny Anderson.

The NFL world let their feelings be known on Schrag’s rankings over the weekend.

“Ken Anderson is among the best QB’s that no person knows about because he didn’t get a hoop and played in small market Cincy,” said one fan. “Put some respect on his name!”

“Drew Bledsoe, Danny White, Steve Bartkowski, Ken Anderson and Phil Simms is my list,” replied colleague Mike Giardi. “At the very least of fellows I saw with my very own 2 eyes. No particular order.”

“Joe Flacco is so underrated that he’s now being overrated.”

“Steve is certainly probably the most underrated QBs of all time and was an enormous reason the Titans succeeded within the early years after they first began,” a Titans fan commented. “From 1999-2003 Tennessee won 61 games essentially the most of any NFL team during that point.”

“Kenny! And why the hell is Flacco on here?”

A case may be made for any of those QBs as underrated. But fans aren’t really feeling the Joe Flacco pick.

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