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  1. Dimitri_0515

    Dimitri_0515 Rookie

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    1. New Orleans Saints: Drew Brees
    2. Indianapolis Colts: Peyton Manning
    3. New England Patriots: Tom Brady
    4. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ben Roethlisberger
    5. New York Giants: Eli Manning
    6. San Diego Chargers: Philip Rivers
    7. Philadelphia Eagles: Donovan McNabb
    8. Chicago Bears: Jay Cutler
    9. Cincinnati Bengals: Carson Palmer
    10. Green Bay Pacers: Aaron Rodgers
    11. Arizona Cardinal: Kurt Warner
    12. Minnesota Vikings: Brett Favre
    13. Dallas Cowboys: Tony Romo
    14. Atlanta Falcons: Matt Ryan
    15. Baltimore Ravens: Joe Flacco
    16. New York Jets: Mark Sanchez
    17. Houston Texans: Matt Schaub
    18. Tennessee Titans: Kerry Collins
    19. Washington Redskins: Jason Campbell
    20. Seattle Seahawks: Matt Hasselbeck
    21. Denver Broncos: Kyle Orton 22. San Francisco 49ers: Shaun Hill
    23. Carolina Panthers: Jake Delhomme
    24. St. Louis Rams: Marc Bulger
    25. Kansas City Chiefs: Matt Cassell
    26. Buffalo Bills: Trent Edwards
    27. Jacksonville Jaguars: David Garrard
    28. Detroit Lions: Matthew Stafford
    29. Cleveland Browns: Brady Quinn
    30. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Josh Johnson (who?)
    31. Miami Dolphins: Chad Henne
    32. Oakland Raiders: Jamarcus Russell


    *Based upon current play
    I would rather put Johnson and Henne ahead of Jamarcus. He is just playing terrible football.
     
  2. kastofsna

    kastofsna Hall of Fame

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    Johnson and Henne played like 3 combined quarters this season.

    both were drafted last year, and both are starting next week. looking forward to seeing them play.
     
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    kastofsna Hall of Fame

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    also i think Johnson may be the first QB younger than me to start a game in the NFL. *sigh* starting to get old. i like his game, though. big, quick delivery, and very mobile. very different game than Leftwich. should be fun. he may play himself into an intriguing future camp battle between himself and Josh Freeman
     
  4. JCTexan

    JCTexan Hall of Fame

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    What does that mean? I don't see how in the world Schaub is 17th in current play, and how is Sanchez above him? Schaub has thrown 3 more touchdowns, has a higher QB rating, & is throwing for more yards a game. Is this just your rankings?
     
  5. Kulluminatii

    Kulluminatii Hall of Fame

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    Pretty sure these are official. Russell has a QB rating in the 30s right now...league average is somewhere around 50:mcnugget:.
     
  6. Dan B.

    Dan B. Hall of Fame

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    I like me some McNabb, but his current play hasn't been all that hot -- he hasn't played since Week 1. 7th seems way too high for him. Also I have not been impressed with Brady, who has been way less than stellar so far this year IMO.

    Since this seems a decent thread to do it, here's my biggest surprises so far: Joe Flacco has been very solid. Kyle Orton has his team at 3-0 and has yet to turn it over. Matt Ryan was no fluke. Mark Sanchez might have been worth the cost.

    My biggest busts? For "guys who were supposed to be good" I'd list Cassel, Brady, Cutler, and Romo. For "guys I'm not surprised they suck" I'd say Matt Stafford, Brady Quinn, Jake Delhomme, and Jamarcus Russell.
     
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    JCTexan Hall of Fame

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    Schaub is 4th in QB rating, 2nd in TDs thrown, 8th in yards, 14th in completion pct, but somehow he ends up @ 17th overall? How are these official?
     
  8. Dan B.

    Dan B. Hall of Fame

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    Official what? Here's the league page for individual passing QB stats. It should be ranking them by QB rating, but you can sort by stat. I don't think there's a stat on it though that would list McNabb in the top 10.
     


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    STEEL BLUE TEXANS Hall of Fame

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    I have a hard time believing there are that many QBs playing better than Flacco and Schaub right now.
     
  10. Dan B.

    Dan B. Hall of Fame

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    I'd put Peyton and Brees (and not necessarily in that order) ahead of anyone. After that there's a few that I'd consider for 3rd best, with both of the names you mentioned among them. And I totally agree that there is no way that both of them are in the bottom half of NFL QB's.
     
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    Kevin Kolb? I kid I kid
     
  12. Goatcheese

    Goatcheese Nightmare Over

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    My top 5 would be:

    1. P.Manning
    2. Brees
    3. Flacco
    4. Schaub
    5. E.Manning

    You can make an argument for Schaub over Flacco, but his higher YPA, and Attempts per first down, trump Schaubs 1 extra TD, and more explosive plays IMO.
     
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    How the hell is McNabb 7th on the list??? Kolb has played more than he has this season.

    *EDIT*

    I didn't see Dan's post vvvvvvvv:
     
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    Green Bay has an NBA team?

    Who knew?
     

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