​Broncos general manager and all-time great Denver quarterback John Elway has given his two cents on who he believes is the greatest of all-time at the most important position in football.

His answer is unequivocally New England Patriots future Hall of Famer ​Tom Brady. And why shouldn't it? Brady once again proved his GOAT status in Sunday's AFC Championship game victory over the Kansas City Chiefs.

​​On his game-winning drive in overtime, the Chiefs defense kept holding up on first and second down, but Brady picked them apart THREE times on third down and long situations, making the perfect reads and moving the sticks for the Patriots.

It was a classic Brady performance, where his ability to make short throws when he needed to and extend the drive slowly crushed the defense's confidence.

Elway's evaluation should come as no surprise, and it comes with serious weight given his own status as a nine-time Pro Bowler, two-time Super Bowl champ, and former MVP.

When it comes to managing Denver's own QB situation, however, Elway's work leaves much to be desired given the track records of guys like Brock Osweiler, Paxton Lynch, and Chad Kelly.