The following is an incomplete list of starting quarterbacks for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League that have started a regular season game for the team. This list includes postseason appearances since 1994, but does not include preseason games. They are listed in order of most starts with any tiebreaker being the date of each player's first start at quarterback for the Tiger-Cats.
Where known, the number of games they started during the season is listed to the right:
|2019||Dane Evans (11) / Jeremiah Masoli (6) / Hayden Moore (1)||Dane Evans (2)|
|2018||Jeremiah Masoli (17) / Dane Evans (1)||Jeremiah Masoli (2)|
|2017||Jeremiah Masoli (10) / Zach Collaros (8)|
|2016||Zach Collaros (10) / Jeremiah Masoli (8)||Zach Collaros (1)|
|2015||Zach Collaros (12) / Jeff Mathews (5) / Jacory Harris (1)||Jeremiah Masoli (2)|
|2014||Zach Collaros (13) / Dan LeFevour (4) / Jeremiah Masoli (1)||Zach Collaros (2)|
|2013||Henry Burris (18)||Henry Burris (3)|
|2012||Henry Burris (18)|
|2011||Kevin Glenn (17) / Quinton Porter (1)||Kevin Glenn (2)|
|2010||Kevin Glenn (18)||Kevin Glenn (1)|
|2009||Quinton Porter (11) / Kevin Glenn (7)||Kevin Glenn (1)|
|2008||Casey Printers (10) / Quinton Porter (5) / Richie Williams (3)|
|2007||Jason Maas (8) / Casey Printers (6) / Richie Williams (2) / Timmy Chang (2)|
|2006||Jason Maas (15) / Kevin Eakin (3)|
|2005||Danny McManus (11) / Marcus Brady (3) / Kevin Eakin (3) / Khari Jones (1)|
|2004||Danny McManus (18)||Danny McManus (1)|
|2003||Danny McManus (15) / Pete Gonzalez (3)|
|2002||Danny McManus (18)|
|2001||Danny McManus (17) / Cody Ledbetter (1)||Danny McManus (2)|
|2000||Danny McManus (16) / Todd Bankhead (1) / Billy Dicken (1)||Danny McManus (1)|
|1999||Danny McManus (18)||Danny McManus (3)|
|1998||Danny McManus (18)||Danny McManus (2)|
|1997||Anthony Calvillo (10) / Rickey Foggie (4) / Mike Cawley (3) / Marquel Fleetwood (1)|
|1996||Anthony Calvillo (7) / Matt Dunigan (6) / Marvin Graves (2) / Mike Kerrigan (2) / Larry Jusdanis (1)||Anthony Calvillo (1)|
|1995||Anthony Calvillo (9) / Steve Taylor (9)||Steve Taylor (1)|
|1994||Timm Rosenbach (10) / Reggie Slack (5) / Todd Dillon (3)|
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