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Old 09-01-2010, 12:04 AM   #16
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Re: Nfl qb rankings

^ don't disard Phillip rivers, he'll put up monster numbers also. Id say both are top 5

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Old 09-01-2010, 10:10 AM   #17
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Re: Nfl qb rankings

Yeah id put Rodgers and Rivers in the top 5 and knock out Rothlesburger and Farve. Also id put Schwab and Eli in place of Romo and Palmer, respectively.

After the top 10 the talent really dies off.
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Old 09-01-2010, 10:36 AM   #18
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Wow. I strongly disagree with both of these statements. Cutler looked like a loser all season last year. Threw a ton of picks and his smug who gives a shit attitude is totally bereft of leadership. I can't stand the Cowboys, but I can't find any reason why I'd take Cutler over Romo right now. If Cutler flourishes under Martz, then maybe I'll revisit my opinion of him. Until that day I would take Romo over him 8 days a week (barf).

Campbell isn't a top tier QB, but Sanchez? Really? The guy had 20 picks and 10 fumbles last year (led the league in turnovers if I'm not mistaken), and was bottom 3 in completion percentage amongst starting QB's. He was flat out awful, and hasn't looked like he's taken a step up this preseason. The Jets win despite Mark Sanchez, not because of him.
After Cutler's preseason statement about Devin Hester a couple years back, I realized he's a football nerd. And I like guys who pay wtfridiculouslyclose attention to detail. Not to mention he's got a rocket arm, can move the pocket, and is killer accurate.

Sanchez can be blamed for playing like a rookie. JC? Ok, crappy OL, but even so, he couldn't run Saunders' O when the Oline was still good. It's not that there wouldn't be some growing pains learning a offense, but you still have to see flashes of execution.
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