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Who is the best/worst quarterback in the playoffs the last ten years?

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  • #31
    Peyton sure does love playing Denver and Kansas City in the playoffs. 4 of his 6 wins and his best numbers come from those games.

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    • #32
      Took me ages.... But yeah

      Brad Johnson
      22/36 202 0 / 4
      15/31 196 2 / 1
      20/33 259 1 / 1
      18/34 215 2 / 1

      Donovan McNabb
      16/25 194 2 / 1
      26/40 262 2 / 1
      18/30 171 1 / 1
      20/30 247 1 / 0
      26/49 243 0 / 1
      21/39 248 2 / 0
      10/22 100 0 / 3
      21/33 286 2 / 0
      17/26 180 2 / 0
      30/51 357 3 / 3
      17/31 153 1 / 0
      23/34 300 1 / 1
      22/40 217 1 / 2
      28/47 375 3 / 1
      19/37 230 1 / 1

      Koy Detmer
      7/14 88 0 / 1
      1/1 3 0 / 0

      Vinny Testaverde
      26/40 268 3 / 0

      Rich Gannon
      23/29 294 2 / 0
      17/31 159 1 / 0
      20/30 283 2 / 1
      29/41 286 3 / 0
      24/44 272 2 / 5

      Jeff Garcia
      22/32 233 1 / 1
      22/41 193 0 / 3
      27/44 331 3 / 1
      15/30 240 1 / 0
      23/39 207 1 / 2

      Brett Farve
      22/29 269 2 / 1
      26/44 281 2 / 6
      20/42 247 1 / 2
      26/38 319 1 / 0
      15/28 180 2 / 1
      22/33 216 1 / 4
      18/23 173 3 / 0
      19/35 236 2 / 2

      Elvis Grbac
      12/18 133 1 / 0
      18/37 153 0 / 3

      Jay Fiedler
      15/28 122 0 / 1

      Shaun Matthews
      8/17 66 0 / 2

      Jim Miller
      3/5 23 0 / 1

      Tom Brady
      32/52 312 0 / 1
      12/18 115 0 / 0
      16/27 145 1 / 0
      21/41 201 1 / 0
      22/37 237 1 / 1
      32/48 354 3 / 1
      18/27 144 1 / 0
      14/21 207 2 / 0
      23/33 236 2 / 0
      15/27 201 3 / 0
      20/36 341 1 / 2
      22/34 212 2 / 0
      27/51 280 2 / 3
      21/34 232 1 / 1
      26/28 262 3 / 0
      22/33 209 2 / 3
      29/48 266 1 / 0
      23/42 154 2 / 3

      Drew Bledsoe
      10/21 102 1 / 0

      Kordell Stewart
      12/22 154 1 / 1
      24/42 255 0 / 3

      Kurt Warner
      18/30 216 2 / 1
      22/33 212 1 / 0
      28/44 365 1 / 2
      19/32 271 2 / 1
      21/32 220 2 / 1
      21/28 279 4 / 0
      31/43 377 3 / 1
      29/33 379 5 / 0

      Peyton Manning
      14/31 137 0 / 2
      22/26 377 5 / 0
      22/30 304 3 / 0
      23/47 237 1 / 4
      27/43 458 4 / 1
      27/42 238 0 / 1
      22/38 290 1 / 0
      30/38 268 1 / 3
      15/30 170 0 / 2
      27/47 349 1 / 1
      25/38 247 1 / 1
      33/48 402 3 / 2
      25/42 310 1 / 0

      Chad Pennington
      19/25 222 3 / 0
      21/47 183 1 / 2
      23/33 279 2 / 0
      21/33 182 0 / 1
      23/40 300 1 / 1
      25/38 252 1 / 4

      Brock Huard
      4/5 17 0 / 0

      Michael Vick
      13/25 117 1 / 0
      22/38 274 0 / 2
      12/16 82 2 / 0
      11/24 136 0 / 1

      Kelly Holcomb
      26/43 429 3 / 1

      Tommy Maddox
      30/48 367 3 / 2
      21/41 266 2 / 1

      Steve McNair
      27/44 338 2 / 2
      21/36 194 1 / 0
      14/23 159 1 / 3
      18/26 210 1 / 1
      18/29 173 0 / 2

      Kerry Collins
      29/43 342 4 / 1
      26/42 281 0 / 1

      Anthony Wright
      20/37 214 1 / 2

      Quincy Carter
      21/36 154 0 / 1

      Jake Delhomme
      18/29 273 1 / 0
      16/26 290 1 / 1
      9/14 101 1 / 0
      16/33 323 3 / 0
      15/22 140 1 / 0
      24/33 319 3 / 1
      15/35 196 1 / 3
      17/34 205 1 / 5

      Matt Hasselbeck
      25/45 305 0 / 1
      27/43 341 2 / 1
      16/26 215 1 / 0
      20/28 219 2 / 0
      26/49 273 1 / 1
      18/36 240 2 / 2
      18/33 195 1 / 1
      20/32 229 1 / 2
      19/33 194 1 / 0

      Jake Plummer
      23/30 181 1 / 2
      24/34 284 2 / 1
      15/26 197 1 / 1
      18/30 223 1 / 2

      Marc Bulger
      27/46 332 0 / 3
      18/32 313 2 / 1
      23/35 299 2 / 1

      Trent Green
      18/30 212 1 / 0
      14/24 107 1 / 2

      Drew Brees
      31/42 319 2 / 1
      20/32 243 1 / 0
      27/49 354 2 / 1

      Daunte Culpepper
      19/29 284 4 / 0
      24/46 316 1 / 2

      Ben Roethlisberger
      17/30 181 1 / 2
      14/24 226 2 / 3
      14/19 208 3 / 0
      14/24 197 2 / 1
      21/29 275 2 / 0
      9/21 123 0 / 2
      29/42 337 2 / 3
      17/26 181 1 / 0
      16/33 255 1 / 0
      21/30 256 1 / 1

      Mark Brunell
      7/15 41 0 / 1
      22/37 242 1 / 0

      Chris Simms
      25/38 198 0 / 2

      Byron Leftwich
      18/31 179 0 / 1

      David Garrard
      3/8 68 0 / 0
      9/21 140 1 / 2
      22/33 278 2 / 1

      Eli Manning
      10/18 113 0 / 3
      16/27 161 2 / 1
      20/27 185 2 / 0
      12/18 163 2 / 0
      21/40 254 0 / 0
      19/34 255 2 / 1
      15/29 169 0 / 2

      Jon Kitna
      24/40 197 1 / 2

      Carson Palmer
      1/1 66 0 / 0
      18/36 146 1 / 1

      Rex Grossman
      17/41 192 1 / 1
      21/38 282 1 / 1
      11/26 144 1 / 0
      20/28 165 1 / 2

      Tony Romo
      17/29 189 1 / 0
      18/36 201 1 / 1
      23/35 244 2 / 0

      Philip Rivers
      14/32 230 0 / 1
      19/30 292 1 / 1
      14/19 264 2 / 1
      19/37 211 0 / 2
      20/36 217 0 / 1
      21/35 308 3 / 1

      Billy Volek
      3/4 48 0 / 0

      Todd Collins
      29/50 266 2 / 2

      Vince Young
      16/29 138 0 / 1

      Matt Ryan
      26/40 199 2 / 2

      Joe Flacco
      9/23 135 0 / 0
      11/22 161 1 / 0
      13/30 141 0 / 3
      4/10 34 0 / 1

      Tavaris Jackson
      15/35 164 0 / 1

      Mark Sanchez
      12/15 182 1 / 0

      Aaron Rodgers
      28/42 422 4 / 1

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      • #33
        Originally posted by wogitalia View Post
        Cool topic.

        From memory Warner's production in the playoffs is better than the regular season. It is also historically good. That for me gives him my vote.

        Brady has basically maintained his regular season level, which is actually quite the achievement in the playoffs.

        Manning has generally played at a lower level.

        This is not based on any statistics, for all I know they could prove the complete opposite, but having watched all 3, that is how I feel on them. McNabb is the other guy in the discussion and may very well be the worst of the decade.

        I only really considered those 4 as they are the only guys with enough games for me to consider. Roethlisberger probably also deserves a mention, but he gets next to no credit for the 1st run. 2nd run he was good.
        Big Ben played the best football I have EVER seen him play on the first Super Bowl season. Completed 63 percent, 803 yards, 7 tds to 3 picks, 2 rushing touchdowns, and not to mention a season saving tackle.

        He was good last season in the playoffs, but nothing like the '05 season. The Super Bowl wasn't that good, but the first three games were lights out.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by HinesWardJr View Post
          Big Ben played the best football I have EVER seen him play on the first Super Bowl season. Completed 63 percent, 803 yards, 7 tds to 3 picks, 2 rushing touchdowns, and not to mention a season saving tackle.

          He was good last season in the playoffs, but nothing like the '05 season. The Super Bowl wasn't that good, but the first three games were lights out.
          Everyone forgets how Ben (and not the run game) won those games in Indy and Denver. He was terrible in the Superbowl, but without him the Steelers never get there in the first place.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Shiver View Post
            Best - Kurt Warner
            Worst - Peyton Manning by a mile; seriously, the best QB in history cannot even have a winning record in the post-season? His passer rating is ten points worse in those games than in the regular season, with a TD/INT of 22/17. We all know Rex Grossman sucks, but I expect more from a QB of Manning's caliber.
            Originally posted by Basileus777 View Post
            Peyton sure does love playing Denver and Kansas City in the playoffs. 4 of his 6 wins and his best numbers come from those games.
            Thank you, thank you, thank you. I've been screaming this from the top of the mountaintop for years now, but Peyton's regular season brilliance keeps blinding them to the truth about him: he's just not that good (or as good) when the games matter.

            He's the A-Rod of football. There, I said it.

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            • #36
              Warner and Brady. Grossman is the worst.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by yourfavestoner View Post
                He's the A-Rod of football. There, I said it.
                Are you trying to tell us that he is gonna win the super bowl this year? ;)

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by fear the elf View Post
                  Are you trying to tell us that he is gonna win the super bowl this year? ;)
                  I knew I was going to get that. A-Rod's World Series win kind of dates the comparison, seeing as how he finally had a postseason that wasn't completely forgettable. But hey, even a broken clock is right twice a day. ;)

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                  • #39
                    Best of the last ten years:

                    Warner, Big Ben, Brady

                    Not all the time were they effective, not all the time did they blow up the scoreboards with gaudy numbers and points, but lets face it, on more than one occasion these were the guys who had a massive amount of pressure placed upon them with the game on the line and they rose to the occasion.

                    They weren't always perfect, but if I was picking a guy to lead my team in the 4th qtr down by a couple, these guys would be my top three choices and that says it all.

                    Homer delhomme defense: Up until his last two playoff games Delhomme was near perfect in the post season, and while I'm not saying he should be in the mix with the guys above, he certainly isn't one of the worst and shouldn't be considered so.

                    His performance against arizona was a meltdown, but outside of that game and the seattle game where the team quite literally fell apart around him, he had been one of the best in the post season of the last decade.

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                    • #40
                      This is from the Cards website.

                      Warner’s all-time postseason passer rating is 104.6, a shade behind the 104.8 posted by Packers’ Hall of Famer Bart Starr. In just 12 playoff games in his career, Warner has completed 290-of-436 passes for 3,747 yards, 31 touchdowns and just 13 interceptions.

                      His completion percentage of 66.5 is highest in NFL playoff history, his 31 touchdowns is fourth all-time behind Joe Montana (45 in 23 games), Brett Favre (39 in 22) and Dan Marino (32 in 18).

                      He’s been even better overall with the Cardinals. In five playoff games, he’s completed 72 percent of his passes for 1,526 yards, 16 touchdowns, just three interceptions and a passing rating of 124.3.

                      Oh, and his postseason record in those 12 games is 9-3.

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                      • #41
                        Personally I don't see how someone who has won a Super Bowl can be the worst playoff quarterback.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by yo123 View Post
                          Personally I don't see how someone who has won a Super Bowl can be the worst playoff quarterback.


                          he wasnt that great.

                          Pick the Winners Champion 2008 | 2011

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by yourfavestoner View Post
                            Thank you, thank you, thank you. I've been screaming this from the top of the mountaintop for years now, but Peyton's regular season brilliance keeps blinding them to the truth about him: he's just not that good (or as good) when the games matter.

                            He's the A-Rod of football. There, I said it.
                            I've also been on this bandwagon. Preach!

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by yo123 View Post
                              Personally I don't see how someone who has won a Super Bowl can be the worst playoff quarterback.
                              Because the only reason Manning won his SB was because of the dominance of Dom Rhodes and Joseph Addai in the SB. Rhodes ran for 113 yards and a touchdown and Addai had 143 total yards. Only Peyton Manning could win a SB MVP in a game where he contributed one touchdown to two turnovers.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Brent View Post


                                he wasnt that great.

                                No but he played well enough to win the Super Bowl, something 11 other quarterbacks in that year's playoffs can't say.

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