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    B/R NFL 1000: Top 65 Quarterbacks



    This was worth clicking through. Semi fair but will upset some: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...5-quarterbacks
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    It was interesting to read, but its kind of dumb to rank that many qbs. I mean whats the point. However, you cant look me in the eye, and rate Tom Brady higher in arm strength than Rogers, and equal to Joe Flacco. Thats just insane.




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    And LOL at Flaccos "solid" playoffs.




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    Quote Originally Posted by outlander512 View Post
    It was interesting to read, but its kind of dumb to rank that many qbs. I mean whats the point. However, you cant look me in the eye, and rate Tom Brady higher in arm strength than Rogers, and equal to Joe Flacco. Thats just insane.
    You always have to factor in the backups. A QB can be out for a season on one play. I thought Joe deserved to be in the top 3 or 4. I give it one more year before the old guard starts to seriously fade.
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    You always have to factor in the backups. A QB can be out for a season on one play. I thought Joe deserved to be in the top 3 or 4. I give it one more year before the old guard starts to seriously fade.
    You could make the argument that in a way they already have since for the first time in ten years there wasn't a Manning Brady or Roethlissberger is the super bowl. They still show up but they're certainly not as dominant as they once were.

    I agree with you. If not already, it won't be long

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    I was cool with his ranking overall, because he did have an incosistent season for one reason or another. I was actually surprised he was that high. But his arm strength is well known, and to have him with Brady, and Ryan, and not with Cutler, or effing Kapernick, just doesnt sit well with me.




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    Quote Originally Posted by CptJesus View Post
    You could make the argument that in a way they already have since for the first time in ten years there wasn't a Manning Brady or Roethlissberger is the super bowl. They still show up but they're certainly not as dominant as they once were.

    I agree with you. If not already, it won't be long

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    Agreed. Out of the 3 you named, Manning is the only one I can stomach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CincyCat View Post
    Agreed. Out of the 3 you named, Manning is the only one I can stomach.
    There's 2 Mannings included in that a nd I only like one of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by CptJesus View Post
    There's 2 Mannings included in that a nd I only like one of them

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    I actually like them both, and their Dad. I don't think Eli is going anywhere soon. Peyton is a class act, but I can understand the Colts rub. It's not his fault in any way. The Manning family is a good example of what makes this country great IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CincyCat View Post
    I actually like them both, and their Dad. I don't think Eli is going anywhere soon. Peyton is a class act, but I can understand the Colts rub. It's not his fault in any way. The Manning family is a good example of what makes this country great IMHO.
    I actually like Peyton and dislike Eli actually. Something about him drives me crazy.

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    That list is awful.

    Ponder ranked the same as Pryor?
    Just garbage that makes no sense.
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    Sanchez #63...Tebow #62

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    Also, since he made the list...I'm sure Cincy is going to retain Bruce Gradkowski, but if the money was right, I'd LOVE to bring him to Baltimore.

    #1 - Gino's brother!
    #2 - Always liked him coming out of college, VERY solid backup.
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    Re: B/R NFL 1000: Top 65 Quarterbacks

    1. Aaron Rodgers
    2. Drew Brees
    3. Eli Manning
    4. Joe Flacco
    5. Peyton Manning/Tom Brady

    Anyone who says anything other than this is clueless.

    Playoff stats:

    Flacco: 18-2 td/int in past 3 years (19-8 total)
    Drew Brees: 22-4
    Eli Manning: 17-8
    Aaron Rodgers: 18-5

    Everyone else? Shitty in comparison. The elite 4 is undoubtedly Flacco, Eli, Brees, and Rodgers. Because guess what? The playoffs freakin' matter. Much more than regular season.




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