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  • #46
    1-Manning
    2-Palmer
    3-Brady
    4-Brees
    5-Bulger
    6-McNabb
    7-Hassleback
    8-Favre
    9-Roethlisburger
    10-Eli/Vick

    I think its a year to early to tell if Young, Romo and RIvers are the real deal, but after this year they should be Top 10



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    • #47
      1.Peyton Manning
      2.Tom Brady
      3.Carson Palmer
      4.Drew Brees
      5.Marc Bulger
      6.Brett Favre
      7.Matt Hasselbeck
      8.Phil Rivers
      9.Mcnabb (when hes healthy witch is never)
      10.Vince Young

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      • #48
        I strongly disagree with anyone that has either Vince Young or Brett Favre in their top-10 rankings.

        Brett Favre hasn't been a decent, let alone great, Quarterback since the disaster that was the '04 playoff game against the Vikings. Counting that game he has 39 touchdowns to 51 interceptions in the past 33 games. That is in no way indicative top-10 QB. You might as well put Eli Manning and Rex Grossman up there!

        Vince Young simply hasn't proven anything. He isn't even as good as Michael Vick, either as a passer or runner, yet. There is no tangible evidence that he will develop to be better, though he might. It's just too early to anoint him as a great QB, while he still is a lousy passer. Don't even start on the "he's a winner!" line. Only in a few of "his" wins was he actually the primary reason behind the victory. Let's wait a year before Vince Young gets such accolades. Otherwise, you're looking at Michael Vick of '02 all over again, where he is prematurely hyped.
        Last edited by Shiver; 07-09-2007, 01:55 PM.

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        • #49
          1. Peyton Manning
          2. Tom Brady
          3. Carson Palmer
          4. Drew Brees
          5. Marc Bulger
          6. Matt Hasselbeck
          7. Donavan McNabb (due to injury otherise he'd be 6th)
          8. Phillip Rivers
          9. Vince Young
          10. Brett Favre


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          • #50
            1. Peyton Manning
            2. Carson Palmer
            3. Drew Brees
            4. Tom Brady
            5. Marc Bulger
            6. Donovan McNabb
            7. Matt Hasselbeck
            8. Philip Rivers
            9. J.P. Losman
            10. Jon Kitna

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            • #51
              Originally posted by BrownsTown View Post
              1. Peyton Manning
              2. Drew Brees
              3. Tom Brady
              4. Carson Palmer
              5. Matt Hasselbeck
              6. Philip Rivers
              7. Marc Bulger
              8. Donovan McNabb
              9. Chad Pennington
              10. Matt Leinart
              Rivers is not better than McNabb and Bulger and Hasselbeck isn't as good as those two either.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Ravens1991 View Post
                I dont see how you all have Palmer over Brady.
                The first seven lists all did. Surprising at the least.

                Anyway...

                1 - Peyton Manning
                2 - Tom Brady
                3 - Carson Palmer
                4 - Drew Brees
                5 - Donovan McNabb
                6 - Marc Bulger
                7 - Matt Hasselebck
                8 - Philip Rivers
                9 - Michael Vick
                t-10 - Chad Pennington
                t-10 - JP Losman

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by 22,895 View Post
                  Vince Young 8?.....You know what I'm just not gonna say anything lol.
                  I put VY at 8 because I believe the best QB is the one who gives you the best chance to win. He's isn't the guy with who will throw for a lot of yards or has the best QB rating, but he wins games even though he had the worst Defence in the NFL. When it comes down to it, the WIN is all that matters

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                  • #54
                    1. Peyton Manning
                    2. Tom Brady
                    3. Carson Palmer
                    4. Drew Brees
                    5. Marc Bulger
                    6. Donovan McNabb
                    7. Philip Rivers
                    8. Mike Vick
                    9. J.P Losman
                    10. Tony Romo

                    Shaky list, but this is more of how I think this year will turn out.

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                    • #55
                      1. Peyton Manning
                      2. Tom Brady
                      3. Carson Palmer
                      4. Drew Brees
                      5. Donovan McNabb
                      6. Marc Bulger
                      7. Matt Hasselbeck
                      8. Phillip Rivers
                      9. Chad Pennington
                      10. Ben Roethlisberger
                      Last edited by LarryJohnson27; 07-09-2007, 05:01 PM.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Shiver View Post
                        I strongly disagree with anyone that has either Vince Young or Brett Favre in their top-10 rankings.
                        I'm actually not goign to say somthing like , " Brett Favre is top 10 !!!!" but,
                        dude, you got Mike Vick in your top ten. That's worse than having Favre in there.

                        What do the vikings and marijuana have in common? Every time you put them in a bowl
                        they get smoked.

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                        Hint:Not the Bears.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by TitleTown088 View Post
                          I'm actually not goign to say somthing like , " Brett Favre is top 10 !!!!" but,
                          dude, you got Mike Vick in your top ten. That's worse than having Favre in there.
                          Bahahhaha. Not even close bud. Vick is a superior QB to Farve right now.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by ATLDirtyBirds View Post
                            Bahahhaha. Not even close bud. Vick is a superior QB to Farve right now.
                            Care to prove your ever convincing argument?

                            What do the vikings and marijuana have in common? Every time you put them in a bowl
                            they get smoked.

                            2010-2011 Super Bowl Champions
                            Hint:Not the Bears.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by TitleTown088 View Post
                              Care to prove your ever convincing argument?
                              I could say the same about you. Michael Vick's one downfall, of which the critics are always harping on, is his passer rating. The past two years he has a higher passer rating than Brett Farve. To be better than Michael Vick, to equal his home run ability as a runner, you need to be a flat out superior passer. That's because Michael Vick changes the entire complexion of the game, in ways few QBs in NFL history (Vince Young being the lone exception in today's NFL) have been able to do. At least as a passer he has more touchdowns than interceptions, which is more than you can say about Brett Favre.

                              Favre is only making lists based on nostalgia. If he wasn't a former MVP, Hall of Fame caliber, player, people would deride him like they do Rex Grossman. Who at this point, in the '05-present era, is better than Favre is. People have turned blinded themselves to just how lousy Favre is, at this point in his career. If anything he is holding the Packers back.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by TitleTown088 View Post
                                Care to prove your ever convincing argument?

                                Sure, I thought the Favre TD-Turnover rate Shiver posted was more than enough, but whatever.


                                Including fumbles and overall touchdowns this is Favre over the last two seasons:


                                39 touchdowns to 59 turnovers


                                Vick:

                                43 touchdowns to 34

                                That proves Vick is a more valuable QB, but if you want to take away the rushing and fumbles, Vick is 35 to 26. Farve is 38/47.

                                And since 2005 was their worst seasons, if you want to look to last year


                                With rushing and fumbles:

                                Favre: 19/22
                                Vick: 22/16


                                Without:

                                Favre:18/18
                                Vick:20/13


                                Regardless of how you feel about Vick, he belongs on this list over the likes of Vince Young, Brett Favre, and Tony Romo. He is in that 8-10 range.
                                Last edited by ATLDirtyBirds; 07-09-2007, 05:36 PM.

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