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Top 5: Quarterbacks who are faces of NFL franchises (1)

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On Monday Cincinnati Bengals Quarterback Andy Dalton claimed that he is the face of the franchise and should be entitled to a raise.

Dalton could arguably be the face of the franchise really so whether he deserves a raise or not is a matter of opinion.

With some big names like Johnny Manziel and Blake Bortles coming through this years draft, any of which could one day become the face of an NFL franchise.

The question of who may be the biggest face of an NFL franchise is now poised.

Now I don't mean biggest face in terms of literally the biggest face in the league because perhaps Peyton Manning's forehead could take that prize.

I mean the man who leads and has led his franchise for years and when you think of that team, is the first name you think of.

Now yes, it is a heavily Quarterback consisting list but lets face it, they are the most memorable players in the team really.

It also only applies to currently active players, so unfortunately there will be no appearances from the Legendary Number 52 Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens, or the illusive Number seven of John Elway's Denver Broncos days.

So here we go, the five biggest Quarterbacks faces of NFL franchises.

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New Orleans Saints
New England Patriots
Baltimore Ravens
Green Bay Packers
Denver Broncos
Pittsburgh Steelers
Seattle Seahawks
Peyton Manning
Tom Brady

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