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Old 07-14-2008, 07:58 PM    (permalink
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I take the Dallas WR OL and RBs over Favres WRs OL and RBs. And especially the TE
Pack fans wont. Go ahead an ask them.
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Old 07-14-2008, 08:00 PM    (permalink
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So basically you like Romo more because you're a homer?

Like I've said, Favre played just as well as Romo except his running game wasn't as consistent and he didn't self-destruct like Romo did against the Bills.

Also, why are you talking about Favre being a gunslinger who will always throw the big interception when Romo is the exact same, except worse (last season)?
Favre self destructed against the cowboys.

Only difference is when romo "self destructed" against the bills he lead his team back to WIN the game.

Like I said about the running game...OK are you ready? Try to listen this time.... The majority of the rush yards for the dallas cowboys came in the 4th quarter in blow out situations. Marion Barber made the runs. People were comparing him to a closer in baseball. Closers come in to finish a game with a lead.

Romo won our games with his arm, just as Farve did. The only difference is that romo was better.



EDIT: Agree to disagree. My personal preference is different than yours.

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2. Joe Montana
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4. Roger Staubach
5. John Elway
Roger the Dodger over guys like Baugh, Graham, Tarkenton, Favre, Fouts?
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1) Joe Montana
2) Dan Marino
3) John Elway
4) Fran Tarkenton (feels like he never gets any love)
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Roger the Dodger over guys like Baugh, Graham, Tarkenton, Favre, Fouts?

I always forget Staubach. He was a great QB maybe not Top 5 but a winner pure and simple. Didn't become a starter until his 29th Birthday after coming out of the forces.
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Old 07-17-2008, 01:13 PM    (permalink
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1. Johnny Unitas
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Old 07-17-2008, 03:23 PM    (permalink
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Roger the Dodger over guys like Baugh, Graham, Tarkenton, Favre, Fouts?
It's more of a personal preference than anything, as none of us is really has an expert opinion on this subject.

Tarkenton and Fouts weren't even a consideration for me, considering how abysmally bad they were in the postseason. In 11 playoff games, Tarkenton through 11 touchdowns compared to 17 interceptions. Fouts, in 7 games, had 12 touchdowns and 16 interceptions.

Postseason play is huge for me, simply because it's the only play that really matters. It tells how a player performs against elite competition when a season is on the line and not about padding statistics against weak and inferior teams for half of the season. I made a post on here once (can't find it now but I'm trying) where I made postseason statistics of great quarterbacks past and present. If you add all their stats from the postseason gamelogs, you'll usually get around 10-16 games, which is almost a season's worth of statistics. Then, compare them to each other.

Like I said before, too, I always forget about Otto Graham. You could easily make an argument for him, Baugh, and Favre.

Staubach is a personal favorite of mine. If he would have gotten to play an entire career instead of a shortened one (from the time he spent in the military), I personally believe he'd be a lock for top five on most peoples' lists.

I really am gonna try to find that old post, though.
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1-Brett Favre
2-Fran Tarkenton
3-Dan Marino
4-John Elway
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1) Montana
2) Elway
3) Sid '**** it I'm going Deep' Luckman.
4) Favre
5) Montana
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Got to go mostly modern at the top, brain power is needed to read sophisticated defenses.

Brady
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Montana
Elway
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1. Joe Montana
2. John Elway
3. Brett Favre
4. Dan Marino
5. Tom Brady
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2) Elway
3) Sid Luckman.
4) Favre
5) Montana
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