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    Re: NFL.COM Top Quarterbacks under 30



    Quote Originally Posted by PGCountyRaven85 View Post
    How can these guys like RG3, Luck, and Wilson make the list? They're rookies! No one knows what they'll do next year when teams aren't caught off guard them, with DC's having a season of tape on them.

    Then there Ryan being listed above Flacco, why is that? He's done nothing but rack up wins against sucky ass teams in the NFC South with his HOF TE and two top ten WRs. Still can't get it done in the playoffs.
    LOL, like a lot of Ravens fans weren't calling Flacco to be the franchise qb after his rookie year.

    Ryan is listed rightfully above Flacco because he out performs Flacco in most categories except for turnovers.




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    Quote Originally Posted by seraph View Post
    Ryan is listed rightfully above Flacco because he out performs Flacco in most categories except for turnovers.
    And playoff games. And games against top 10 defenses.

    But when would a QB ever need to play well in those situations anyway right?
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    And playoff games. And games against top 10 defenses.

    But when would a QB ever need to play well in those situations anyway right?
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    Now if only the Browns can get a good/decent QB the AFC North division will be like steel sharpening steel. I LOVE it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seraph View Post
    Ryan is listed rightfully above Flacco because he out performs Flacco in most categories except for turnovers.
    Ryan just completed his fifth year, and people are still talking about his "future success". Keep hope alive!




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    Ryan has a far superior Oline, TE and WRs. He plays in a weak division defensively. He plays in a dome. Of course he is going to have better stats. He also has an offense built around the pass.




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    Re: NFL.COM Top Quarterbacks under 30

    Wow, I'm just amazed that they put Flacco ahead of Flavor-of-the-Moment Colin Kaepernick! I mean, c'mon, the kid has won 7 games already!!!




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    Re: NFL.COM Top Quarterbacks under 30

    Quote Originally Posted by BMann View Post
    Wow, I'm just amazed that they put Flacco ahead of Flavor-of-the-Moment Colin Kaepernick! I mean, c'mon, the kid has won 7 games already!!!
    Simply put, Flacco has more Playoff wins than Kaepernick has Career wins...
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    Re: NFL.COM Top Quarterbacks under 30

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenblue View Post
    Simply put, Flacco has more Playoff wins than Kaepernick has Career wins...
    He was being sarcastic.




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    most regular season wins... does that get you a medal or something?
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    Re: NFL.COM Top Quarterbacks under 30

    Quote Originally Posted by JAB1985 View Post
    most regular season wins... does that get you a medal or something?
    Wins don't count for QB's named Joe Flacco.




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    With all due respect to Joe and the run he is on, I think I would rank Matt Ryan slightly above him. If Joe continues this into next season, then I will gladly eat crow.




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    Re: NFL.COM Top Quarterbacks under 30

    Quote Originally Posted by Phantoom View Post
    With all due respect to Joe and the run he is on, I think I would rank Matt Ryan slightly above him. If Joe continues this into next season, then I will gladly eat crow.
    Matt Ryan reminds me of Tom Brady with a weaker arm. Good at reading defenses, not the best like Manning, but still good. I would not be surprised if he were to never be anything more than what he is now. A good QB who puts up descent stats with good WR's against shitty defenses in the regular season, and that's it.

    Switch Joe and Ryan in their teams and I would bet Joe would do better in Atlanta that Ryan does and Ryan would do worse than Joe here.
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    Re: NFL.COM Top Quarterbacks under 30

    Honestly CincyCat, I would be outraged that they put Ryan Tannehill in front of Andy Dalton.

    I'd like for someone to find an objective way to rank them. Like something that accounts for passing stats, team around them, playoff performance, regular season performance.

    Stafford being as low as he is seem ridiculous. I guess he's just inflated from having Calvin Johnson, but the guy did throw for 5000 yards last year. That's a pretty rare accomplishment.
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    Re: NFL.COM Top Quarterbacks under 30

    Ryan only has 2 more regular season wins than Flacco. I'm sure Ryan would give those up for the boatload of postseason wins that Flacco has.

    Normally I like Gil Brandt but I just don't follow his logic on this one.
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