Twitter loses it after seeing Bradshaw not on a Top 10 Super Bowl QB list

But if you dig deeper, it makes more sense

It could be a simple mistake or maybe they’ve never hear of him but NFL GameDay really whiffed on a list they recently released.

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At least that’s what a lot of people on social media believe.

NFL GameDay’s Gregg Rosenthal released his top 10 Super Bowl All-Time Quarterbacks.

Tom Brady tops the list, as he should, he won seven Super Bowls, appearing in 10.

As you go down the list though, you start to notice a name missing…Terry Bradshaw.

So many Steelers fans were upset the 4-0 Super Bowl-winning champion wasn’t on the list, his name was trending on Twitter.

Bradshaw was also a two-time Super Bowl MVP.

That sounds like the resume’ of at least a top five Super Bowl QB.

But Rosenthal clarifies his list on his article

“I ranked all quarterbacks based on career achievements, with regular-season excellence, All-Pro/Pro Bowl appearances and seasons as top-five and top-10 players at the position carrying more weight than just Super Bowl success.”

Bradshaw comes in at 17th falling a spot compared to last year.

Ben Roethlisberger (who is 2-1 in Super Bowls) is ranked higher than Bradshaw at 15.

That might see be a little surprising that Bradshaw is lower on the list since only Brady has won more and Joe Montana has won as many.

But the list is a little deceiving to someone who doesn't click on the article

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