Quarterbacks are also judged by touchdowns, interceptions and passing yards. This area is where McNair's case is weakest, but it still bears mentioning. None of his career marks stack up to those of Elway, Marino, Young or Montana. His 174 career touchdown passes pales in comparison to Moon's 291, Unitas' 290 and Fouts' 254. However, he did throw more touchdowns than Aikman (165) and Joe Namath (173). For passing yards, McNair's career mark is 31,304. That mark is considerably lower than many quarterbacks in the HOF, but he does hold the edge over Namath (27,663) and Bradshaw (27,989). In the interception department, McNair stands alone, having thrown just 119 in his career -- which means he threw 55 more touchdowns than interceptions. Namath threw more interceptions than touchdowns. Bradshaw threw two more touchdowns than interceptions, while Aikman passed for 24 more scores than INTs.