Bernard Joseph Kosar Jr. started his professional career leading the University of Miami to the National Championship in 1983. He then went on to play with the Clevland Browns from 1985 to 1993. His career continued with a Super Bowl win as the backup QB with the Cowboys and ended with the Miami Dolphins in 1996.
Most of Kosar’s 1988 season was sidelined with injuries, but he ended up coming back to throw for 3,533 yards in 1989, bringing the Browns to their fourth Championship game against Denver that year.
Jeff Blakes's NFL career is not the most impressive on this list. Not even close to it. During his 14 seasons in the NFL, he moved so much that you would have thought that he was a free agent.
However, one really impressive achievement that stands out for Blake is his 92-yard touchdown during the 1995 Pro Bowl. This touchdown holds the record for the longest touchdown in Pro Bowl history.
Vito "Babe" Parilli is one of the best QBs to come out of the nineteen sixties. His greatest achievements came between the 1961 and 1967 seasons.
Then he played in the American Football League's Boston Patriots. By the end of his career, Parilli would lead the NY Jets to a Super Bowl win and finished his career with 25,000 total yards completed and an even 200 touchdowns.
Neil Lomax played his entire NFL career with the St. Louis / Phoenix Cardinals and held passing records for Portland State University. By his retirement in 1990, Lomax had a career record of 136 touchdowns thrown and over 22,000 passing yards.
Sadly that retirement came too early due to a severe case of hip arthritis. After his NFL career, he went on to coach as the assistant QB coach at Geroge Fox University.
Joseph "Dandy" Don Meredith did a lot with his life between 1938 and 2010. Besides being a star Cowboy QB, he also went on to continue working as a sports commentator and actor after his football career.
His career completion rate was 50.7%, with 17,199 yards thrown and 135 touchdowns, and in 1966 he was named NFL Player of the Year. It can definitely be said that Dandy lived a long life full of accomplishments.