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.
CBS is a stupid network that made me miss half of the first quarter because they're greedy morons. I hope CBS goes bankrupt and ends up homeless.