Donovan McNabb officially retired as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday, and the team will retire his No. 5 on Sept. 19. It's a well-deserved honor for the longtime Eagles quarterback, who led the team to eight playoff appearances, five division titles, five NFC Championship Games and one Super Bowl berth. Still, McNabb never won the Super Bowl, placing him on this list of QBs who failed to triumph on the biggest stage. Who is the best of them? Click on the boxes to set your rankings!

Rank: QBs to never win Super Bowl

Ken Anderson

Ken Anderson

Bengals
91-81
32,838 yards, 59.3 cmp%, 197 TDs, 160 INTs

Randall Cunningham

Randall Cunningham

Eagles/Vikings/2 others
82-52-1
29,979 yards, 56.6 cmp%, 207 TDs, 134 INTs

Boomer Esiason

Boomer Esiason

Bengals/Jets/Cardinals
80-93
37,920 yards, 57.0 cmp%, 247 TDs, 184 INTs

Jim Everett

Jim Everett

Rams/Saints/Chargers
64-89
34,837 yards, 57.7 cmp%, 203 TDs, 175 INTs

Dan Fouts

Dan Fouts

Chargers
86-84-1
43,040 yards, 58.8 cmp%, 254 TDs, 242 INTs

John Hadl

John Hadl

Chargers/Rams/Packers/Oilers
82-76-9
33,503 yards, 50.4 cmp%, 244 TDs, 268 INTs

Sonny Jurgensen

Sonny Jurgensen

Eagles/Redskins
69-73-7
32,224 yards, 57.1 cmp%, 255 TDs, 189 INTs

Jim Kelly

Jim Kelly

Bills
101-59
35,467 yards, 60.1 cmp%, 237 TDs, 175 INTs

Dave Krieg

Dave Krieg

Seahawks/Chiefs/4 others
98-77
38,147 yards, 58.5 cmp%, 261 TDs, 199 INTs

Dan Marino

Dan Marino

Dolphins
147-93
61,361 yards, 59.4 cmp%, 420 TDs, 252 INTs

Donovan McNabb

Donovan McNabb

Eagles/Redskins/Vikings
98-62-1
37,276 yards, 59.0 cmp%, 234 TDs, 117 INTs

Steve McNair

Steve McNair

Oilers-Titans/Ravens
91-62
31,304 yards, 60.1 cmp%, 174 TDs, 119 INTs

Warren Moon

Warren Moon

Oilers/Vikings/2 others
102-101
49,325 yards, 58.4 cmp%, 291 TDs, 233 INTs

Fran Tarkenton

Fran Tarkenton

Vikings/Giants
124-109-6
47,003 yards, 57.0 cmp%, 342 TDs, 266 INTs

Vinny Testaverde

Vinny Testaverde

Buccaneers/Jets/5 others
90-123-1
46,233 yards, 56.5 cmp%, 275 TDs, 267 INTs

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