They say everything's bigger in Texas. That's especially true of the Dallas Cowboys, the NFL's most valuable franchise with its estimated value of $4 billion. It's no surprise then that being the Cowboys' quarterback is the most high profile, pressure-packed and glamorous job in all of sports. Since the team was founded in 1960, a long line of famous names have held that position: Don Meredith, Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman, Tony Romo, to cite just a few. Sports Illustrated celebrates this quarterbacking tradition with an in-depth look at the club and its QBs. This 96-page special issue includes an oral history of the position with exclusive interviews from the men who have lined up under center in Dallas, an ultimate ranking of the team's top passers and a timeline of starters. The edition also puts the spotlight on the backup QBs, outlining the trials and tribulations of the job. The big arms in Big D are all showcased with features on the aforementioned Meredith, Staubach, Aikman, Romo as well as current starter Dak Prescott. Relive the top performances and go inside the Boys' club.