1. Joe Flacco
One of the most beloved Baltimore Ravens of all-time checks in as the top quarterback in franchise history. Obviously, it's Joe Cool.
Joe Flacco is one of those guys who has gotten plenty of grief over his career for being fairly average, and maybe just "good" at best. Yet, when the lights come on and he's on the big stage, Flacco was incredible. It's almost as if he transformed, or upgraded in essence, when the postseason began.
The Ravens drafted Flacco in the first round back in 2008 when he was selected out of Delaware after transferring from Pitt, and he would go on to provide Pittsburgh with plenty of frustration over the years.
Flacco ended his career with a 10-5 record in the playoffs and had some of his biggest games during those contests. And yes, he came home with the Super Bowl MVP in that 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers back in 2013 when the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII.
Flacco sits atop the Ravens' all-time passing leaderboard with 38,245 career passing yards. He also owns the record for most career touchdowns in Ravens history with 212 -- more than twice Jackson. So, again, Jackson has time. But, for now, the top spot belongs to Joe Cool.