Tony Graziani was a seventh round pick who threw for 496 touchdowns during his professional career. Still, his greatest contribution to football history had nothing to do with himself, but instead had to do with the passing of his knowledge to a quarterbacking pupil four years his junior, Tom Brady. At the time, Brady was attending a camp at the College of San Mateo where Graziani was a counselor. Since then Brady's gone on to have a slightly more distinguished career than Tony, but he's still 80 touchdown passes shy of reaching his pro mark, which is pretty freakin' impressive. Or at least it is until you realize 494 of those came during Graziani's eight-year stint in the Arena League.