Twenty-three modern era quarterbacks have made it to Canton.
<b>TROY AIKMAN</b><br>Class of 2006<br><i>1989-2000 Dallas Cowboys</i><p>With 90 wins in the 1990s, Aikman became the winningest startign quarterback of any decade in NFL history.
<b>GEORGE BLANDA</b><br>Class of 1981<br><i>1949 Chicago Bears, 1950 Baltimore Colts, 1950-1958 Chicago Bears, 1960-1966 Houston Oilers, 1967-1975 Oakland Raiders</i><p>Blanda was also a placekicker who became the first player to score 2,000 career pts.
<b>TERRY BRADSHAW</b><br>Class of 1989<br><i>1970-1983 Pittsburgh Steelers</i><p>Bradshaw led the Steelers to eight AFC Central, four Super Bowl titles and was named MVP in Super Bowls XIII, XIV.
<b>LEN DAWSON</b><br>Class of 1987<br><i>1957-1959 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1960-1961 Cleveland Browns, 1962 Dallas Texans/1963-1975 Kansas City Chiefs</i><p>Dawson was the AFL's Player of the Year in 1962. In all, he won four AFL passing crowns.
<b>JOHN ELWAY</b><br>Class of 2004<br><i>1983-1998 Denver Broncos</i><p>Elway led Denver to a record 47 fourth quarter comebacks. He was elected to nine Pro Bowls and passed for 51,475 yards and 300 TDs in his career.
<b>DAN FOUTS</b><br>Class of 1993<br><i>1973-1987 San Diego Chargers</i><p>Fouts was just the third player ever to pass for more than 40,000 yards in a career. He totaled 43,040 passed yards and threw 254 touchdowns.
<b>OTTO GRAHAM</b><br>Class of 1965<br><i>1946-1955 Cleveland Browns (AAFC/NFL) </i><p>Graham guided the Browns to 10 division or league crowns in 10 years. He was also named all-league nine times in 10 years.
<b>BOB GRIESE</b><br>Class of 1990<br><i>1967-1980 Miami Dolphins</i><p>He was the poised leader of the Dolphins' classic ball-control offense and led Miami to three AFC titles and wins in Super Bowls VII and VIII.
<b>SONNY JURGENSEN</b><br><i>1957-1963 Philadelphia Eagles, 1964-1974 Washington Redskins</i><p>He was a strong armed passer who won three NFL individual passing titles. Jurgensen passed for 32,224 yards and 255 TDs in his career.
<b>JIM KELLY</b><br>Class of 2002<br><i>1986-1996 Buffalo Bills</i><p>The master of the Bills' "no-huddle" offense, he passed for more than 3,000 yards in a season eight times. Kelly led Buffalo to an unprecedented four straight Super Bowls.
<b>BOBBY LAYNE</b><br>Class of 1967<br><i>1948 Chicago Bears, 1949 New York Bulldogs, 1950-1958 Detroit Lions, 1958-1962 Pittsburgh Steelers</i><p>An exceptional leader on the field, Layne led the Lions to three NFL championships in the 1950s.
<b>DAN MARINO</b><br>Class of 2005<br><i>1983-1999 Miami Dolphins</i><p>When he retired, Marino help the NFL’s all-time record in completions (4967), attempts (8358), yards (61,361) and TDs (420).
<b>JOE MONTANA</b><br>Class of 2000<br><i>1979-1992 San Francisco 49ers, 1993-1994 Kansas City Chiefs</i><p>A master of come-from-behind victories. Montana led the 49ers to four Super Bowl wins and was named Super Bowl MVP three times.
<b>WARREN MOON</b><br>Class of 2006<br><i>1984-1993 Houston Oilers, 1994-1996 Minnesota Vikings, 1997-1998 Seattle Seahawks, 1999-2000 Kansas City Chiefs</i><p>Moon holds the record for quarterbacks with eight straight Pro Bowl selection (1988-1995).
<b>JOE NAMATH</b><br>Class of 1985<br><i>1965-1976 New York Jets, 1977 Los Angeles Rams</i><p>Namath backed up a “guarantee” of victory by leading the Jets to a stunning 16-7 upset of Colts in Super Bowl III. He totale 27,663 yards and 173 TDs.
<b>BART STARR</b><br>Class of 1977<br><i>1956-1971 Green Bay Packers</i><p>Starr guided the Packers to six division, five NFL, two Super Bowl titles and was named the Most Valuable Player of the first two Super Bowls.
<b>ROGER STAUBACH</b><br>Class of 1985<br><i>1969-1979 Dallas Cowboys</i><p>Noted for last-minute heroics, Staubach led Dallas to four NFC titles and wins in Super Bowls VI and XII wins. The MVP of Super Bowl VI, he led the NFL in passing four times.
<b>FRAN TARKENTON</b><br>Class of 1986<br><i>1961-1966, 1972-1978 Minnesota Vikings; 1967-1971 New York Giants</i><p>Tarkenton retired as the game’s all-time leader in attempts (6,467), completions (3,686), yards (47,003), and touchdowns (342).
<b>Y.A. TITTLE</b><br>Class of 1971<br><i>1948-1949 Baltimore Colts (AAFC), 1950 Baltimore Colts (NFL), 1951-1960 San Francisco 49ers, 1961-1964 New York Giants</i><p>Tittle passed for more than 33,000 yards and threw 242 TDs including 36 in 1963.
<b>JOHNNY UNITAS</b><br>Class of 1979<br><i>1956-1972 Baltimore Colts, 1973 San Diego Chargers</i><p>Unitas led the Colts to NFL titles in 1958 and 1959. He holds the “unbreakable” record of throwing a touchdown in 47 straight games.
<b>NORM VAN BROCKLIN</b><br>Class of 1971<br><i>1949-1957 Los Angeles Rams, 1958-1960 Philadelphia Eagles</i><p>Van Brocklin still holds the NFL record for passing yards in a game (554).
<b>BOB WATERFIELD</b><br>Class of 1965<br><i>1945-1952 Cleveland/Los Angeles Rams</i><p>A three-time All-NFL selection, he led the league in passing twice and was also and outstanding kicker, punter, and defensive back.
<b>STEVE YOUNG</b><br>Class of 2005<br><i>1985-1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1987-1999 San Francisco 49ers</i><p>Young led the NFL in passing a record-tying six times. He is still ranked as the top rated passer of all-time with a 96.8 career rating.