Stephen A. Smith has never been one to shy away from an argument. To be honest that’s why he is the perfect fit for ESPN’s First Take.
On Wednesday, Smith decided to spark a debate by sharing his top five quarterbacks of all-time on Twitter. The first two quarterbacks on his list – Tom Brady and Joe Montana – shouldn’t surprise anyone when you consider how many Super Bowl wins they own.
Things start to get a little controversial as we move over to the third spot. John Elway is listed as the third-best quarterback in league history according to Smith.
Coming in at fourth on Smith’s list is Peyton Manning. Right behind Manning for the final spot on this top five is Aaron Rodgers, who Smith constantly refers to as a “bad man.”
Here’s a recap of Smith’s top five:
My Top-5 Quarterbacks of all time pic.twitter.com/l9Q68mt4X5
— Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) March 25, 2020
There are some notable omissions on this list, but everyone’s list is different when it comes to this subject.
Some fans might have Dan Marino or Drew Brees in their top five, while others might reserve a spot for Brett Favre or Troy Aikman.
Fans on social media are having debates about who belongs on this list.
Who would you rank as your top five quarterbacks of all-time?