Pro Quarterback is a football game for Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis from Leland Interactive Media and Tradewest. It is notable for its behind-the-player camera perspective and uses Mode 7 extensively to depict ball movement. The limited playbook was considered a negative. The game includes 27 fictional teams, due to the game's lack of an NFL license, though the team colors are identical to those from actual NFL teams.
When the SNES version was released Electronic Gaming Monthly issued the following scores, 6,7,7,5 adding, "...one of the very few well playing football games on the SNES. Although the perspective [behind player] will take some time getting used to, after you play it a while you get accustomed to the Mode 7... it is very good, not great ".