33. Kurt Warner
Most Dominant Year: 2001
When Rams coach Dick Vermeil uncovered Warner in 1998, he had little clue that he'd discovered one of football's most accurate QBs. The unknown Warner proved a perfect fit for St. Louis' timing-based offense, guiding the Rams to a pair of Super Bowls, and he wound up emerging as perhaps the most dangerous QB of the PlayStation 2 era. He was even more dangerous because of the trio of jet-quick receivers he worked with – Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt and Az-Zahir Hakim. If you threw the ball with Warner on time, any of those guys could turn upfield and easily score.