Most Dominant Year: 2004

Gannon was far from a superstar in tours of duty with the Vikings, Bucs and Chiefs, but something clicked when he landed in Jon Gruden's offense with the Raiders. In 2002, he led Oakland to the Super Bowl title and led the league in completions, attempts and passing yards. His reward? An NFL MVP, and a hefty 97 rating in Madden 2004. The rating came with some solid speed, too, and just in case you haven't picked up on it, we love QBs who can run. Unfortunately for Gannon, his career crumbled after that; he suffered a shoulder injury in early 2003 and a neck injury in 2004.