The NFL has a way of measuring the performance of a quarterback with something called a passer rating. The highest career passer rating is 96.8 by Steve Young. Click on the 'Passer Rating' link below to see how it is figured.
it was Steve young who also won a super bowl with them
Tom Brady with a rating of 111.
It goes as high as he throws, the percentage
Steve Young of the San Fransisco 49ers
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121.4 peyton manning
Chad Pennington 66.0%
r. wilson - wisconsin 2011
Using quarterback rating, through the 2007 season that would be Steve Young who had a career quarterback rating of 96.8. Peyton Manning is second all time at 94.7 and Kurt Warner third at 93.2.
AnswerAaron Rodgers currently holds the NFL record for the highest career passer rating for any player with at least 1,500 attempts, with a mark of 98.4
Robbert Griffin III
Phil Simms, NYG, 150.9
For it to be an official NFL record passer rating you need 1500 passing attempts. Steve Young has the highest with 96.81 in his career For college it is Cam Newton with 188.2 passer rating
98.6 quarterback rating.
Brett Favre because he had a really long career and he has done almost everything a quarterback could ever want.
For the NFL, a perfect quarterback rating is 158.3. In college football, it's 1261.6
1,261.6 It is achieved by passing for 99-yard touchdowns on each attempt.The lowest is -731.6, which is achieved by passing for a 99-yard loss on each attempt.
Phil Simms of the New York Giants with a 150.9 passer rating in Super Bowl XXI against the Denver Broncos.
In 2009, Eli Manning had a 93.1 quarterback rating.