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  1. #31
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    Elite:
    1. Brees
    2. Manning
    3. Brady

    Great:
    4. Rivers
    5. Roethlisberger
    6. Rodgers
    7. Schaub

    Flashes of Greatness, but with Flaws:
    8. Favre
    9. McNabb
    10. Romo
    11. Eli
    12. Cutler

    Above Average, but will likely never be Great:
    13. Ryan
    14. Orton
    15. Palmer
    16. Flacco

  2. #32
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    Right NOW?

    Schaub
    Manning
    Brees
    Rivers
    Brady
    Cutler
    Orton
    Romo
    Ryan
    Vick

    Hooray, beer!

  3. #33
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    Elite
    1 Brees
    2 Manning

    Great
    3 Rivers
    4 Rodgers
    5 Brady (talking right now not what he did years ago)
    6 Shaub

    Good
    7 McNabb
    8 Vick (looked good in week 2 and not bad in week 1 considering)
    9 Favre (on the fall)
    10 Cutler (on the rise)
    11 Eli
    12 Big Ben (should be higher but suspension brings down the "now" part)

    Above Average
    13 Romo (over hyped as QB imo)
    14 Ryan
    15 Palmer
    16 Orton (playing well but frankly the other 15 are better)
    17 Sanchez (should be higher but down because of "now")
    18 Flacco

    The rest not even gonna list.

    Vick may be the most questionable pick on my list by other people. He left the NFL as a elite QB and this week and last showed he still has the talent and ability to play in the NFL. Imo growing up allot and maturing as a man probably made him better then he was before.
    Last edited by Hadez; 09-20-2010 at 10:20 AM.
    Win lose or tie Bronco fan til I die

  4. #34
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    Right now.

    1. Manning- Still the best
    2. Rodgers- Say what you will, by next year I think he'll be considered the best.
    3. Brees- Really this is like 1a, 1b, and 1c with the top three
    4. Brady- He's lost a little bit of luster but still elite.
    5. Rivers- Gag, but I have to put him here.
    6. Schaub- He never gets the proper reconition.
    7. Roethlisberger- Even though he's suspended, he still deserves to be on here.
    8. Cutler- He looks like he has the ints under control. If he can stay consistent he's easily top ten.
    9. McNabb- Still going strong.
    10. Orton- Underrated, one of the more accurate and consistent QBs. Will never be much higher on this list, but has to be considered one of the better QB's in the league.

  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheQBGuru View Post
    Why is Rodgers elite and not Rivers? Same with Big Ben and Schuab
    big ben could be listed there, he is just in the waits, the only QB who will have playoff success this year is rodgers.

  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by 12and4 View Post
    turrible. man... just turrible..
    sweet critique

  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chargerbomb View Post
    Elite:
    1. Brees
    2. Manning
    3. Brady

    Great:
    4. Rivers
    5. Roethlisberger
    6. Rodgers
    7. Schaub

    Flashes of Greatness, but with Flaws:
    8. Favre
    9. McNabb
    10. Romo
    11. Eli
    12. Cutler

    Above Average, but will likely never be Great:
    13. Ryan
    14. Orton
    15. Palmer
    16. Flacco
    Good list but Schaub > Roethlisberger imo.

  8. #38
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    Anyways, here is my elite category. These are all QB's I feel are generally equal in skill level and production that could be swapped around and still perform relatively similar. Any differences are marginal at best.

    P. Manning
    Drew Brees
    Tom Brady
    Philip Rivers
    Aaron Rodgers
    Big Ben
    Matt Schuab
    Tony Romo
    and to a lesser extent Jay Cutler


    Basically I think this is the best group of QB's the league has ever seen
    Last edited by TheQBGuru; 09-20-2010 at 01:47 PM.

  9. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazoe60 View Post
    I omitted Favre on purpose. He doesn't even look like he wants to be out there this season. He looks disinterested and tired.
    Funny thing is I said the exact thing after he took his first hit last week. Great minds thinking alike?

  10. #40
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    I don't know how anyone can not place Manning as number one. IMO, he's the best QB to ever play the game.

  11. #41
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    I can't put Rodgers in the top five, because he has had one of the very best receiving tandems in football for his entire career. I think that there is a long list of QBs who would enjoy success passing in Green Bay. But his numbers make him deserving of placement in the top ten.
    Last edited by ursamajor; 09-20-2010 at 11:26 PM.

  12. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by ursamajor View Post
    I can't put Rodgers in the top ten, because he has had one of the very best receiving tandems in football for his entire career. I think that there is a long list of QBs who would enjoy success passing in Green Bay. But his numbers make him deserving of placement in the top ten.
    Wow, are you serious..

    Rodgers is an absolute stud.. You will see on MNF when he absolutely torches the Bears secondary to shreds..

    He has one of the best releases in football, an absolute cannon, can make pretty much every throw with ease..

    Rodgers not top 10, i've heard it all..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERoyal248 View Post
    Wow, are you serious..

    Rodgers is an absolute stud.. You will see on MNF when he absolutely torches the Bears secondary to shreds..

    He has one of the best releases in football, an absolute cannon, can make pretty much every throw with ease..

    Rodgers not top 10, i've heard it all..
    Uhm I said he was top ten-just cant put him top 5. Oh yeah, with Turner calling plays, and without two key players on our defense last year, each game against the Packers last year was decided by a score. Rodgers has never (Torched) the Bears.

    The Bears have added much better play calling on the offensive side of the ball, and Peppers-along with Urlacher and Peppers being back.

    I see constant over and under throws by Rodgers on his deep-balls. Every deep ball Jay has thrown thus far this year has been money-over the shoulder and in the basket. Now whether or not the receivers catch them-well I am sure it would be nice to have Driver and Jennings making up for your errant passes.

    Don't be shocked to see the Bears send the Packers home 2-1.

  14. #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by ERoyal248 View Post
    Wow, are you serious..

    Rodgers is an absolute stud.. You will see on MNF when he absolutely torches the Bears secondary to shreds..

    He has one of the best releases in football, an absolute cannon, can make pretty much every throw with ease..

    Rodgers not top 10, i've heard it all..
    My bad, i meant to say top five-that was a brain fart.

  15. #45
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    1.Manning
    2.Brees
    3.Brady
    4.Rivers
    5.Rodgers
    6.Schaub
    7.Mcnabb
    8.Romo
    9.Ryan
    10.Flacco

    Orton is doing great and im very surprised and if he continues to do great for the rest of the season he easily top 10 i put him at 11 maybe 12 right now
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