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5 Best Dual-Threat Quarterbacks in NFL History

Rushing/passing threats are always special, regardless of the era
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5 Best Dual-Threat Quarterbacks in NFL History

In last week's 23-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson became the first in the Super Bowl era to pass for more than 200 yards and rush for more than 150 in a regular-season game. In past seasons, Jackson would have been an outlier as a signal-caller, but today, we are seeing more and more dual-threat quarterbacks.

 

But even though there are is an increase, a quarterback who is a threat with both his arm and his feet is truly special and wows fans regardless of the era. Here are the five who have captivated us the most.

10 Greatest San Francisco 49ers Teams of All Time

The 49ers have fielded many great teams in their 70-plus-year history
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10 Greatest San Francisco 49ers Teams of All Time

The San Francisco 49ers were founded in 1946 as a charter member of the All-American Football Conference, which merged with the NFL in '49. San Francisco did not win its first championship until 1982, but since then has become one of the league’s premier franchises.

 

Joe Montana Talks Jimmy Garoppolo, Colin Kaepernick and Heart Disease

Four-time Super Bowl winner Joe Montana has the heart of a champion
Four-time Super Bowl winner Joe Montana has the heart of a champion.

Joe Montana has always been the coolest guy in the room. Nothing fazes “Joe Cool.” Well, almost nothing. These days, the 62-year-old, who won four Super Bowls with the San Francisco 49ers, is getting serious about his high cholesterol, high blood pressure and overall heart health. Montana has partnered with the American Heart Association, Amgen and Schwinn Bicycles to promote the “Breakaway from Heart Disease” campaign. Montana pumped the brakes on his bike long enough to give us his takes on Jimmy Garoppolo, Colin Kaepernick and crypto currency.

 

10 Greatest NFL Quarterback Classes of All-Time

Eli Manning and his two Super Bowl victories headline a star-studded Class of 2004.
<p> The 10 Greatest Quarterback Classes of All-Time, including John Elway, Dan Marino and Jim Kelly in the Quarterback Class of 1983; Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Philip Rivers in the Quarterback Class of 2004; and Peyton Manning, Matt Hasselbeck and Charlie Batch in the Quarterback Class of 1998.</p>

The Quarterback Class of 2012 is off to a fast start. Led by Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck, Washington’s Robert Griffin III and Seattle’s Russell Wilson, the Class of 2012 has a solid base to build on. But they have a long way to go to catch up with the greatest quarterback classes in NFL history.

Most drafts have one or two serviceable passers, the majority of these 10 had multiple Super Bowl caliber signal-callers: