30. Randall Cunningham
While football is a team sport, Randall Cunningham was a player that could change the course of a game all by himself. Without the benefit of stellar offensive line or other weapons to back it up, his ability to keep teams he played for relevant was remarkable. When you consider he led the league in sacks multiple times in his life, it’s somewhat of a surprise that he wasn’t seriously injured earlier in his career.
Even when his speed and athleticism was taken away from him, he was able to grow into a reliable pocket passer. This extended his career in a situation where many others would have just retired. In 1998, he led the league in passer rating and was subsequently voted to be the NEA NFL Most Valuable Player. There aren’t many dual threat quarterbacks that can be considered among the best of all time, but Cunningham deserves to be in the conversation.