Who is the AFC's leading passer?

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  1. Ediddy73

    Ediddy73 Veteran

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    This guy!!!
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    (thanks for the pic Texans Lee)
    50 yards ahead of Manning with 7 fewer attempts. 7 td, 4 ints (3 and one doink shot off someone's helmet)
    now that is what I am talking about!! Now as long as we keep going to AJ, Gaff, and Armstrong and Palmer overcomes his morbid facination with 55% of the offense going through DD, we could be a sleeper this year.

    btw, for those of you keeping score, AJ is the AFCs leading reciever, and a genuine stud.
     
  2. TEXANS84

    TEXANS84 Moderator Staff Member

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    Nice...good to hear.
    Great post.
     
  3. LiveForTheGame

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    Harrison is thought of as a top NFL receiver and the #1 guy for Manning...they're going to eliminate him from the game as best as possible.
     
  4. calitexanfan

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    yeah i tihnk right now carr is playin outta his mind man the guys is playin great as we all know he can good job! :thumbup :thumbup
     
  5. Ediddy73

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    no Bulger leads the NFL
     
  6. JDizzle

    JDizzle I'm a dude

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    AJ is just one yard behind Isaac Bruce for the top spot. But look at how many catches Bruce has compared to AJ.
     
  7. STEEL BLUE TEXANS

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    AJ is the ultimare big play receiver whether its the long ball or YAC.
     
  8. V Man

    V Man Pumpkinhead

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    Carr is defiently coming of age, and along with AJ. They are on their way to becoming the next great pass and catch duo. :headbang:
     
  9. RTP2110

    RTP2110 Thank You Andre

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    Bulger leads the NFL, and DC is ahead of Manning but Manning has played 1 game less.
     
  10. dalemurphy

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    Carr won't even approach 4000 yards if the OLine doesn't keep him from getting bounced around in the pocket like this past week.
     
  11. geka

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    Actually Mannings bye is not till this week

    And total yardage is a bad stat for QBs who have played in every game because of the BYE weeks

    RANK Player --------G Yds Yds/G TDs Int Rate

    1 Daunte Culpepper--4 1341 335.2 13 1 126.0
    2 Donovan McNabb---4 1168 292.0 9 1 110.5
    3 Marc Bulger--------5 1426 285.2 7 5 91.5
    4 David Carr---------5 1375 275.0 7 4 98.1
    5 Peyton Manning----5 1321 264.2 14 3 114.1
    6 Vinny Testaverde---4 1017 254.2 4 4 79.3
    7 Brett Favre---------5 1203 240.6 9 6 86.0
    8 Jake Delhomme------4 945 236.2 6 5 82.3
    9 Aaron Brooks--------5 1166 233.2 7 2 87.0
    10 Chad Pennington----4 929 232.2 5 2 100.1
    11 Tom Brady----------4 928 232.0 9 4 96.0
    12 Jake Plummer-------5 1138 227.6 7 4 83.8
    13 Kurt Warner--------5 1125 225.0 3 1 91.8
    14 Carson Palmer------4 875 218.8 3 7 58.8
    15 Matt Hasselbeck----4 863 215.8 6 2 91.8
    16 Byron Leftwich------5 1066 213.2 5 4 81.1
    17 Trent Green---------4 810 202.5 4 3 78.5
    18 Drew Bledsoe--------4 795 198.8 5 3 85.2
    19 Ben Roethlisberger---4 744 186.0 5 4 91.3
    20 Josh McCown--------5 927 185.4 3 3 78.9
    21 Drew Brees----------5 893 178.6 8 2 100.0
    22 Joey Harrington------4 708 177.0 7 2 92.3
    23 Steve McNair--------4 695 173.8 3 2 82.8
    24 Brad Johnson--------4 674 168.5 3 3 79.5
    25 Jeff Garcia----------5 836 167.2 4 4 70.1
    26 Mark Brunell---------5 817 163.4 4 2 73.3
    27 Michael Vick---------5 801 160.2 2 3 77.7
    28 A.J. Feeley----------4 529 132.2 2 5 57.2
    29 Kyle Boller-----------5 650 130.0 2 5 61.3
     
  12. Reddevil63

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    Ya, but he still threw for over 350 yards last week...
     
  13. geka

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    Looking at the numbers there are some very interesting numbers

    22 Joey Harrington, ya we made the right pick

    27 Michael Vick, The QB i hate most in the NFL great to see him not paning out and being a BAD QB

    23 Steve McNair, Titans dont have much a passing game or McNair is now on that downward slop and his career is almost over

    Carr is fighting for a pro bowl spot but he wont get one because the 1 open spot will goto the New York Jets media err Pennington

    Manning is a lock
    Brady is a lock
    the 3rd spot is open
    Steve McNair is playing like trash but he may get in off his past work

    Chad Pennington is playing ok and he lives in the largest Media market and with the east coast Biasis he should make make it if people wake up and see Steve is playing bad this year

    David Carr is doing more for his team then about any other QB but Manning, but the team is only 2-3 so his chances are low even if he is playing better then any other QB in the AFC but Manning
     
  14. Nawzer

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    People here were worried about Carr, but I've always said that he'll be fine as long as his team can elevate their games. Even though the o-line has been inconsistent Carr has been excellent this season and specially in the 4th qtr. Keep up the great work DC! Hopefully the coaches will now let you throw it a bit more.
     
  15. El Tejano

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    Seems as if the game is slowing down for him a lot.
     

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