Which quarterbacks have more than 100 wins?
In NFL history, only 18 quarterbacks have 100 or more wins and four of them are still active: Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Matt Ryan and Russell Wilson.
The NFL is a difficult organization for athletes. According to Statista, the average career of a player in the league is 3.3 years and this is reflected in the extremely low number of quarterbacks that have reached 100 wins- only 18 in more than a century of the organization’s existence.
Of those passers who have exceeded one hundred victories, four are active, which represents 22.2% of the total. QBs still playing on the roster include Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Matt Ryan and Russell Wilson.
Brady leads all QBs in wins with 244 (58 more than his closest competitor, Brett Favre and Peyton Manning). Rodgers has 139 wins (eighth place), followed by Ryan with 120 (eleventh) and Wilson with 104 (16th place).
What is interesting is that of these quarterbacks only Brady registered victory in week 1 of the current campaign (against the Cowboys). Rodgers and Wilson were outplayed (Vikings and Seahawks respectively); and Ryan added his first tie as a professional (Texans).
The most winners in history
In addition to Brady and Rodgers, the only active quarterbacks in the top 10, there are three other quarterbacks at the top of the list who are not in the Hall of Fame: Drew Brees, Ben Roethlisberger and Philip Rivers.
This is the list of all the quarterbacks that have exceeded 100 wins.
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