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Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images
Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

Nobody will ever say that Eli Manning is the most talented quarterback in the league, nor should they. Sometimes, the only thing that matters is rings.

Since entering the league in bizzare fashion in 2004 (taken first overall by the Chargers, then traded less than an hour later to the Giants), Manning has two Super Bowl rings. Couple this with two Super Bowl MVPs and Manning soars above the rest of this list, which accounted for one Super Bowl appearance between them (by Alex Smith as a backup this past season).