Bob Griese was the starting quarterback that led the Miami Dolphins to two Super Bowl championships, but it’s impossible to say he was the main catalyst for the success. The Dolphins ran an offense that was centered around the run game. His passing statistics would not only look mediocre in today’s game, but just the same in the decade he played in – the 80s. A 77.1 career passer rating doesn’t even get him into the top 60 in NFL history. He also failed to accumulate 2,500 yards in any one season. The main factor voters must have considered would be his leadership skills, but that doesn’t seem fair to those who put up MUCH, MUCH more impressive numbers yet are not even considered ballot-worthy.