I really see Sanchez coming very close to cracking the top 10. He matured SO much in the playoffs, and he became way more comfortable with Braylon. With the addition of pass catching RBs like Leon and LT, he will be able to check down more and force way less passes.
Apparently he's been working his tail off this offseason.
I guess you think LT is gonna become a top 10 RB again too?
And working your ass off doesnt automatically mean your gonna improve. Beck worked his ass off in Miami throwing well over 1,000 balls in the offseason 2 years ago and it didnt do anything for him.
I won't do it in passer rating form, but these are the ten I would most love to have QBing my team this year in order:
3-Tom Brady (seems to be a little too careful in the pocket since knee surgery)
4-Ben Roethlisberger (assuming he can play all 16 games)
10-Matt Ryan (I think he takes a big step forward this year)
1. Drew Brees
2. Aaron Rodgers
3. Peyton Manning
4. Tom Brady
5. Phillip Rivers
6. Ben Roethlisberger
7. Matt Schaub
8. Tony Romo
9. Brett Favre
10. Carson Palmer
Combining wins and stats just for next year. Yes, I left out little Manning, but I think he has a solid season. McNabb could have cracked the top 10 if his future with the Eagles was an absolute. I know, you're going to say what about Favre... how do you know he's going to come back? Well until he doesn't I'm going to assume he does. Ready, critique.
He could do that by active QB's with super bowl rings :]
"If something happens, and it's the Cleveland Browns, I'm going to pour my heart out for the Dawg Pound and try to win a Super Bowl for Cleveland," he said. "I don't care if they've had 20 starting quarterbacks since 1999. I'm going to be the 21st and the guy that brought them the Super Bowl." - JFF