4. Brett Favre
At the time of his final retirement in 2010, Favre held almost every major NFL passing record. The three-time NFL MVP appeared in 11 Pro Bowls, and was a three-time All-Pro. He helped the Packers win Super Bowl XXXI over New England, and had one of the most storied careers in NFL history.
5. Morten Andersen
He is currently the only kicker in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and for good reason. Over an astounding 26 year career, Andersen made 565 field goals with a combined six teams. He went to seven Pro Bowls and is a member of both the All-Decade Teams for the 1980s and 1990s.
6. Johnny Hekker
Hekker is one of the best punters of his generation, if not the best punter. He is a four-time Pro Bowler, as well as a four-time All-Pro. He has spent his entire career with the Rams, and is still going strong today as one of the best in the game.
7. John Elway
Elway was a prodigy coming out of Stanford. Over a 16 year career, the Hall of Famer was named NFL MVP in 1987, and was a nine-time Pro Bowler. He closed out his career by winning two Super Bowls, riding off into the sunset as a two-time Super Bowl champion.