Game 1: Going with Tittle. It seems like he was pretty productive, and Craig Morton could never really establish himself as a long-term starter anywhere.
Game 2: I could go either way here, so I'll go with the old-school guy in Bobby Layne. Plus I'll bet he's got more interesting stories.
Game 3: This is a tough one. I view Brodie as being very similar to Len Dawson. He was a pretty legendary quarterback in San Fran just like Dawson is in KC. Unfortunately, Montana and Young have pushed Brodie out of the limelight. While I like him, though, I'm going with Roethlisberger in a one-game playoff. The rapist is going to get it done.
Game 4: Simms vs. Krieg. A big battle of meh. I'll vote for Simms because he had larger hands and fumbled less.
Game 5: Bledsoe vs. Baugh. How can you not go with Baugh? The guy is a legend. Bledsoe was good, but Baugh was great.
Game 6: C'mon. Lenny the cool against a guy who can't even dodge a bullet? Lenny wins.
Game 7: This was a tough one. I like Plunkett's story, but I never felt that he was a dominant player. On the other hand, I think Fouts was a system quarterback. I'd take Fouts in this matchup, but I'm not wowed by him.
Game 8: Van Brocklin is worthy and produced a lot of great offense, and doesn't he still hold the single-game passing record? However, Warner was a scoring machine and is perhaps my favorite non-Chiefs quarterback other than maybe Randall Cunningham. I'll go with Warner.
In the final seven games of the 2013 season, the Chiefs averaged 34.6 points per game, scored 38 points or more 4 times, and went 2-5. The NFL has ruined the sport.