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Ken Stabler

Oakland Raiders | Super Bowl XI

Following a long, winding TD run in high school, Ken Stabler was given a nickname that would stick with him through his entire football career: The Snake. From high school, The Snake was recruited by Alabama (where he went 28-3-2 as a starter) and then was drafted in the second round by the Oakland Raiders. In his NFL career under legendary coach John Madden, Stabler became the quickest to win 100 games as a starting quarterback, doing so in 150 games. It's only fitting that in 1977 he would lead the Raiders to Super Bowl XI. Stabler threw for 180 yards and a TD as the Raiders defeated the Vikings 32-14 for their first Super Bowl victory.