The Best Green Bay Packers Quarterbacks of All Time

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Big fan of Green Bay football? Then check out this list of Green Bay Packers quarterbacks! It includes all the starting quarterbacks throughout Green Bay Packers history, including current quarterbacks and past ones. This roster contains many American football greats, players in the game with the highest ratings in the NFL. The QB is the leader of the offensive team, the one who often calls the plays. You can also vote for the best Packers running backs and the best Green Bay wide receivers

Featuring some of the greatest Green Bay Packers and NFL quarterbacks of all time, the best Packers QBs include Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers, Lynn Dickey, and Bart Starr, among many other NFL greats.

Who are the best quarterbacks in Green Bay Packers history? They're on this comprehensive list, along with all of the other sports stars who have had the honor of being the arm behind this beloved Wisconsin team. Help decide who is the best Packers QB of all time!

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  • Aaron Rodgers
    2,325 votes

    Packers Seasons: 2005-2021

    Drafted in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft, Aaron Rodgers sat behind the legendary Brett Favre for three seasons before taking over as the Packers' starting quarterback in 2008. Notably, Rodgers has a unique playing style that combines his incredible arm talent and unparalleled accuracy with a deceptive ability to extend plays, solidifying his status as one of the all-time greats. Under Rodgers' leadership, the Packers won the coveted Super Bowl XLV in 2010, with Rodgers earning the Super Bowl MVP title. Boasting numerous accolades, the two-time MVP (2011, 2014) continues to dominate the league and create unforgettable gridiron moments.

  • Brett Favre
    2,057 votes

    Packers Seasons: 1992-2007

    Brett Favre, a Southern Mississippi alum, was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the 2nd round of the 1991 NFL Draft but was traded to the Green Bay Packers just a year later, igniting one of the most storied careers in NFL history. As the ironman of the league, Favre's durability was awe-inspiring, as he set records with 297 consecutive starts and led the Pack through the 90s into the 2000s. The gunslinger's aggressive and fearless play style rewarded him with three consecutive MVP awards from 1995-1997 and a Super Bowl victory in 1996. Favre's career accomplishments also include 11 Pro Bowl appearances and having his iconic number 4 jersey retired by the Packers organization.

  • Bart Starr
    1,644 votes

    Packers Seasons: 1956-1971

    One of the most storied quarterbacks in Packers history, Bart Starr was instrumental in building the foundation of the franchise's storied legacy. Drafted in the 17th round of the 1956 NFL Draft, Starr played an integral role in Vince Lombardi's Packers dynasty in the 1960s. With a meticulous understanding of the game and unrivaled leadership qualities, Starr guided Green Bay to five NFL Championships and the first two Super Bowl titles, earning MVP honors in both Super Bowls I and II. His incredible career, spanning 16 seasons with the Packers, earned him a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977.

  • Curly Lambeau
    764 votes

    Packers Seasons: 1919-1929

    As a founder, player, and coach, Curly Lambeau's impact on the Packers franchise is immeasurable. Starting as an undrafted player in 1919, Lambeau's competitive spirit and innovative play style led the Packers to six NFL Championships in the 1920s and 30s. Known for his innate ability to read defenses and make tactical adjustments, Lambeau was instrumental in popularizing the forward pass, forever changing the landscape of professional football. While individual awards were scarce during his era, Lambeau is remembered as a pioneer amongst early NFL quarterbacks and was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1963.

  • Lynn Dickey
    641 votes

    Packers Seasons: 1976-1985

    The Packers acquired Lynn Dickey in a trade with the Houston Oilers in 1976, marking the beginning of a decade-long tenure as Green Bay's quarterback. Dickey's strong arm and unwavering poise in the pocket allowed him to dissect defenses with pinpoint accuracy and deliver deep passes with ease. Despite playing on numerous subpar teams throughout his tenure, Dickey's individual performances were often electric, culminating in a career-best season in 1983 when he led the NFL in passing yards and touchdowns. Though he never won a championship or major awards, Dickey's contributions to the Packers in the '70s and '80s are fondly remembered by fans and peers alike.

  • Don Majkowski
    592 votes

    Packers Seasons: 1987-1992

    Don Majkowski, affectionately known as the "Majik Man," was drafted by the Packers in the 10th round of the 1987 NFL Draft and quickly made an impact with his unwavering confidence and strong work ethic. Showcasing excellent mobility and awareness in the pocket, Majkowski dazzled fans during the 1989 season, leading the league in passing yards and earning a Pro Bowl nod. Although his time as a starter was short-lived due to injury, Majkowski will forever be remembered for his part in one of the most famous plays in Packers history – the "Instant Replay" game-winning touchdown against the Chicago Bears in 1989. The "Majik Man" provided a spark for the Packers and set the stage for the franchise's resurgence in the '90s.