The Franchise QBs: Finals rankings of the top signal-callers in Rams history

We've identified the top all-time quarterbacks for every NFL team and asked our NFL Nation beat reporters -- and you, the fans -- to help us determine each signal-caller's place in franchise history.

What follows is the final ranking of the top quarterbacks in Rams history, both from our NFL Nation reporter and our final fan polling.

NFL Nation ranking:

1. Kurt Warner

2. Norm Van Brocklin

3. Bob Waterfield

4. Marc Bulger

5. Roman Gabriel

We'll go with the three Hall of Famers at the top, starting with a man whose career with the Rams was short, yet brilliant. Undrafted out of Northern Iowa, Warner came out of nowhere to lead "The Greatest Show on Turf" and put together arguably the most impressive three-year run in NFL history, a stretch that consisted of a Super Bowl championship and two regular-season MVP awards. Van Brocklin and Waterfield teamed up at quarterback to win the NFL championship in 1951 and combined to play in 195 games and throw for nearly 28,000 yards in a Rams uniform. Bulger followed Warner and put up a passer rating of 91.3 as the starting quarterback from 2002 to '06. Gabriel was a star in Los Angeles who spent his first 11 years with the Rams and was named first-team All-Pro in 1969. -- Alden Gonzalez

Fan ranking:

All contextual numbers for each quarterback have been provided by ESPN Stats & Information.