Super Bowl 50: 10 worst quarterbacks to win a Super Bowl

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Super Bowl 50: 10 worst quarterbacks to win a Super Bowl
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Super Bowl 50 looks to be one for the ages as there is a huge disparity in age and style of play between the quarterbacks who will lead their team onto the field in Santa Clara, Calif., on Sunday night.

The Denver Broncos are captained by 39-year old Peyton Manning, who dissects defenses with his adjustments at the line and precision passing. Manning has never been one to gain yards running the ball and his most successful drives are usually methodical and full of short passes.

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The Carolina Panthers are led by quarterback Cam Newton who relies on his strong arm to throw the ball deep as well as his athleticism to get yards on the ground. The 26-year-old Newton threw for 3,837 yards this season with 35 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions. He added 636 yards and 10 more touchdowns on the ground.

Both quarterbacks are amazing and fun to watch, but for different reasons. This isn't the case though for every matchup that has taken place on the biggest Sunday of the year.

Not all Super Bowls feature such talented quarterbacks as Super Bowl 50, and in all honesty some championships have been won by some pretty bad quarterbacks. Here is a look at the 10 worst signal callers to ever hoist the Lombardi Trophy.

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