Play-off QBs

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  1. thunderkyss

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    Found this article ranking the play off QBs. I'd like to here your thoughts.



     
  2. Rey

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    Just curious, but why didn't you at least include his ranking?
     
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    No reason in particular.
     
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    http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/5-traits-of-an-NFL-dynasty.html&page=2

     
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    you don't put up the numbers he has over his career here & not be a good decision maker. Don't see how you can even dispute that.
     
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    its pretty disputable. Dont see how you cant dispute that.

    Brett Farve and Tony Romo have spectacular numbers but their decision making is very shaky.

    Schaub has a propensity of making shaky decisions in big time games and crucial situations.

    Game ending INTs vs the Ravens and RAiders. His choke job vs Indy just to name a few off the top of my head. Anybody who says Matt Schaub is a great decision maker and they are not from local media comes off as some superficial analysis without any real knowledge whatsoever about the team he's analyzing.
     
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    Writer has Flacco > Matt Ryan? He lost me on that.
     
  8. Rey

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    Flacco was a drop away from the SB last year.

    Ryan has never won a play-off game.
     


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    I think most people don't buy into the "system" aspect of our offense, or how QB friendly it is. I'm not saying I agree with you on Flacco, or that you can put any QB here & it will work. But I think our system will make any QB look better than they do without our system.
     
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    You're right, I'm off on my impression vs. the numbers.

    But still, I'd rather Matty Ice than Joe.
     
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    Manning ahead of Brady? Haha. Peyton is the Lebron James of football, king of the regular season, but falls apart in the playoffs. Only 1 championship to show for all his accolades.
     
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    Lol, at using 2 of the most TO prone qb's ever and & a whole 3 games to back up your claim...& to make you look sillier, the games don't even back up your claim for good decision making.

    yeah, that makes a whole lot of sense...I could just as easily cite the 2010 washington game, the jags & det games from this year & that same Ravens games to back up my claim by your criterion.


    yeah, i see where this is going...i'm out
     
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    I am a big fan of Flacco. Anybody that can play that well after shooting up some kind of narcotic before every game is....impressive, in a very strange way.
     
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    Lol at this nonsense....You guys......:spit:.
     
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    It's a team game.

    As far as winning & winning championships go, it's a team game.

    I have no problem saying Warren Moon & Dan Marino are among the best QBs I had ever seen even though they haven't won any championships.

    At the same time, there's no question, in my mind, that Peyton is the better QB than Brady.
     
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    Agree with you completely Fiddler. Wow! I just said that.

    If we can prove anything it is that the Colts without a QB of Peyton or Luck's caliber are a lottery team and the Patriots went seamlessly from Bledsoe to Brady.
     
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    its better than your blatantly incorrect ultimatum that it shouldnt even be disputed that schaub is a good decision maker.

    it most certainly is very disputable.
     
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    Why create an alias to talk bollocks? Just log in with your normal username and maybe it would lend more credence...:clap:
     

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