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    Re: B/R NFL 1000: Top 65 Quarterbacks



    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleApocalypse37 View Post
    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.
    Ok I am clueless that I think he's the 6th best QB.

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    "Solid playoff run". Understatement of the century.

    Outside of a few weird rankings...has anyone noticed how deep the league is with quarterbacks? I'm shocked by how many legitimately serviceable QBs were so far down the list. We're definitely in a golden age of QB play that transcends rule changes.




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    Any QB list that has Flacco listed behind Matt Ryan loses all credibility. Ryan can't hold Flacco's jock strap.




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    Re: B/R NFL 1000: Top 65 Quarterbacks

    I agree the the 6th ranking, but what the hell are they smoking to put Matt Ryan ahead of him?




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    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    I agree the the 6th ranking, but what the hell are they smoking to put Matt Ryan ahead of him?
    I think half the sports writers are just DYING for Ryan to get to Flacco's success level, so they can say "THERE...Ryan is better than Flacco FOR REAL now...because he has the better numbers AND the playoff success to match"
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    Re: B/R NFL 1000: Top 65 Quarterbacks

    LOL at Matt Ryan having as strong of an arm as Flacco.

    If they are ranking arm strength on a scale of 20...Matt Ryan should be around a 14-16 at best.

    Just watch the playoff game against the Niners. Dude's passes were D-Y-I-N-G after 15 yards unless he put a ton of air under them. To make matters worse...he plays in a dome.

    I just don't understand.

    Some guys are just destined to be media darlings I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    LOL at Matt Ryan having as strong of an arm as Flacco.

    If they are ranking arm strength on a scale of 20...Matt Ryan should be around a 14-16 at best.

    Just watch the playoff game against the Niners. Dude's passes were D-Y-I-N-G after 15 yards unless he put a ton of air under them. To make matters worse...he plays in a dome.

    I just don't understand.

    Some guys are just destined to be media darlings I suppose.
    same thoughts I had. That was a joke. if Flacco isnt 20/20 than nobody is.
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    "Brady (6'4", 225 pounds, 13 seasons) has never been known to have a big arm, but he makes up for a lack of raw arm strength with great mechanics and timing. Watching Brady throw in the 10- to 20-yard range, you see ideal velocity on the football. His downfield passes aren’t rocket-launched, but he throws with good height, and his deep passes don’t lose velocity as they travel. That’s the mark of a strong arm, even if he doesn’t have Jay Cutler-like strength."

    So they are saying he doesnt have the best arm strength but to put him number one on this list they had to give him 19/20 in arm strength.




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    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    Ok I am clueless that I think he's the 6th best QB.

    BTW FUCK BLEACHER REPORT
    Okay that was a bit over-the-top of me. But there is a HUGE gap in playoff stats between these 4 guys and the rest. These 4 quarterbacks are without a doubt the 4 best playoff quarterbacks.




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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    LOL at Matt Ryan having as strong of an arm as Flacco.

    If they are ranking arm strength on a scale of 20...Matt Ryan should be around a 14-16 at best.

    Just watch the playoff game against the Niners. Dude's passes were D-Y-I-N-G after 15 yards unless he put a ton of air under them. To make matters worse...he plays in a dome.

    I just don't understand.

    Some guys are just destined to be media darlings I suppose.
    Yeah, I mean, if you wanna sit there and argue that Matt Ryan is a better qb, thats one thing. I dont agree with it, and never have, but still, Ryan is a very good qb who does a lot of thing well. However, youre gonna sit there and try to tell me that his arm strength rating,(which I think they are trying to say it means something other than pure arm strength, which is retarded) is equal to Flacco? That is lunacy. Flacco has a bazooka, Matt Ryan has...well...a right arm.




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    Re: B/R NFL 1000: Top 65 Quarterbacks

    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    I agree the the 6th ranking, but what the hell are they smoking to put Matt Ryan ahead of him?
    I agree. I did like where Sanchez and Tebow were though.




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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    Sanchez #63...Tebow #62

    LOL
    Amazing the number of teams 'starters' that were ranked out of the top 32.




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    I'd like to point out that Matt Miller also power ranked the Ravens behind the 9ers the day after the Super Bowl: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...season/page/32

    The guy is an asshole, and most of the time he's a stupid asshole.




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    Quote Originally Posted by redramsam View Post
    I'd like to point out that Matt Miller also power ranked the Ravens behind the 9ers the day after the Super Bowl: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...season/page/32

    The guy is an asshole, and most of the time he's a stupid asshole.
    Meh, I'd tend to agree with that ranking. For NEXT year, San Fran does not have a lot of departing talent. Meanwhile, we have Reed, Ray, Kruger, Cary Williams (starting CB), Ellerbe all potentially gone, Jameel McClain potentially on PUP/IR (How scary is that, we'd lose our top 3 ILB from 2012, our top guys now would be Bynes and McClellan), possible shakeups on offense with Joe getting a big new deal and potentially needing to clear some cap space...

    Make no doubt, I'll still root us on, and I think we can make the playoffs, but San Fran is a young, stocked team that SHOULD be able to keep getting to the playoffs consistently and, unless Seattle can get the best of them, possibly deep into the playoffs annually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redramsam View Post
    I'd like to point out that Matt Miller also power ranked the Ravens behind the 9ers the day after the Super Bowl: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...season/page/32

    The guy is an asshole, and most of the time he's a stupid asshole.
    9'ers may have 'better' individuals in many positions - and the play like individuals. Ravens bought into the TEAM mentality and the TEAM was better than any of the individual parts. RAVENS WIN!




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