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Old 12-13-2007, 03:01 PM   #1
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ESPN Ranks the Top 64 QB's

Interesting list.

ESPN's Top 64 QB's

They had Campbell ranked at 18th, which I guess is pretty fair, but I take issue with Eli Manning and Vince Young being rated higher than him. This is what they said about Campbell:

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Campbell is extremely talented and will be a frontline starter. He has the arm strength to attack all levels in the passing game while making defenses defend the whole field. While he could improve his accuracy in the short and intermediate areas in the passing game as well as his ability to process the reads while getting rid of the ball quicker, he has a bright future.
I'm thinking this was written by SmootSmack.
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Old 12-13-2007, 03:07 PM   #2
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18th isn't too bad for a guy who has just over a year's worth of starts under his belt. What I want to know is why Mark Brunell didn't make the list
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Old 12-13-2007, 03:38 PM   #3
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McNabb is Number 9. And I'm the Princess of England.

I was interested to learn that Todd Collins can scramble. I have no idea what they base that on. It's like saying Flozell Adams can kick field goals. Maybe he can but who can say?
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Old 12-13-2007, 03:44 PM   #4
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Interesting list.

ESPN's Top 64 QB's

They had Campbell ranked at 18th, which I guess is pretty fair, but I take issue with Eli Manning and Vince Young being rated higher than him. This is what they said about Campbell:



I'm thinking this was written by SmootSmack.
It's pretty fair. I kind of agree about VY, how can you say Campbell should be above Eli Manning.

Manning gets alot of heat but his #'s aren't bad for a fairly young qb. Campbell may be better in a couple years, but not right now.
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All i see is Patrick Ramsey > Mark Brunell
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Old 12-13-2007, 03:53 PM   #6
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Tood Collins is 40 something. This list must have just been done because they based it on that game.
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It's pretty fair. I kind of agree about VY, how can you say Campbell should be above Eli Manning.

Manning gets alot of heat but his #'s aren't bad for a fairly young qb. Campbell may be better in a couple years, but not right now.
Eli is inconsistent and easily shaken. He throws for a lot of yards, but his leadership is suspect. He's basically a slightly more polished version of Rex Grossman. He'll have a great week one week, then look a like deer in the headlights the next week.

Campbell does have parts of his game that need refining, but he's a rock compared to Eli. I've yet to see him completely fall apart, like Eli does basically every December.
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After that list got to about #25 it looked like they were picking names out of a hat.
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Eli is inconsistent and easily shaken. He throws for a lot of yards, but his leadership is suspect. He's basically a slightly more polished version of Rex Grossman. He'll have a great week one week, then look a like deer in the headlights the next week.

Campbell does have parts of his game that need refining, but he's rock compared to Eli. I've yet to see him completely fall apart, like Eli does basically every December.
I think you nailed it. Eli's stats are slighly better than Jason's but that doesn't tell the whole story. Also, you get the feeling the team loves and admires Campbell a great deal.

I think if you spoke to many Giants off the record, the opinions about Eli would vary more than we think.
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That sounds about right. I don't see how he could be any higher at this point.
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That sounds about right. I don't see how he could be any higher at this point.
Yeah, you probably could split a few hairs and push him to sixteen maybe fifteen but that's it.
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If the list is based on this year only, right at the current moment, then theres no way in the anals of hell that you can make a argument for McNabb over Garrard. Theres no place to start or finish.

If this is a career projection forecast, then you have issues all over the place.
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I think you nailed it. Eli's stats are slighly better than Jason's but that doesn't tell the whole story. Also, you get the feeling the team loves and admires Campbell a great deal.

I think if you spoke to many Giants off the record, the opinions about Eli would vary more than we think.
Oh, come on 12th you have know way of knowing this and the one time when Tiki attacked Eli his team mates stood up and defended him. Yes he has had late year melt downs but I have been impressed with his play so far this year. Now of course I'm hopng that he has his melt down this week and the rest of the year for that matter.
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Oh, come on 12th you have know way of knowing this and the one time when Tiki attacked Eli his team mates stood up and defended him. Yes he has had late year melt downs but I have been impressed with his play so far this year. Now of course I'm hopng that he has his melt down this week and the rest of the year for that matter.

You're right, you're right...I don't know this for sure. But I have a feeling (sorry Schneed), but I have a feeling if Tiki felt this way, someone else, at least a handfull of other Giants shared that same sentiment. That being said, Tiki isn't the most lovable guy himself
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How about Cutler at 11 over Campbell and Young. I think Cutler should be even with Campbell.
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