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Old 09-29-2013, 11:46 PM   #106
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Like many of said before, Manning right now is the best regular season QB of all time, if he wins a super bowl this year... I do not see how anyone can deny him the status of best quarterback of all time.
Whether the Broncos go all the way or not this year, it's hard to rally around anyone else as greatest quarterback/player ever.

Joe Montana probably has the most consensus support as the best ever, but Peyton is pulling away. Assuming that Manning isn't on the doorstep of retirement, it's not going to be close at the end. He's going to hold every passing record except interceptions, where Favre has an insurmountable lead.
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Old 09-29-2013, 11:51 PM   #107
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I really thought the Falcons would pull that out.

Talib looks line an elite corner.
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Whether the Broncos go all the way or not this year, it's hard to rally around anyone else as greatest quarterback/player ever.

Joe Montana probably has the most consensus support as the best ever, but Peyton is pulling away. Assuming that Manning isn't on the doorstep of retirement, it's not going to be close at the end. He's going to hold every passing record except interceptions, where Favre has an insurmountable lead.
I believe Brady is better than Manning, he doesn't choke in the playoffs. 3 to 1 rings also
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I wonder if Falcons fans are busy coming up with wacky theories as to why they lost.
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Whether the Broncos go all the way or not this year, it's hard to rally around anyone else as greatest quarterback/player ever.

Joe Montana probably has the most consensus support as the best ever, but Peyton is pulling away. Assuming that Manning isn't on the doorstep of retirement, it's not going to be close at the end. He's going to hold every passing record except interceptions, where Favre has an insurmountable lead.
That is why he is the best Regular Season quarterback of all time. I personally cannot consider him the best of all time when his only super bowl came when he threw 3 touchdowns to 7 interceptions on that playoff run.

He has talented teams that have gone 13-3/14-2, and there offense looks unstoppable, until they get into the playoffs then Peyton Manning, the offense, and the team plays well below their level. It is what happened last year with Denver.

I can't consider him the best of all time when he has 8 one and dones in the playoffs, more than double any other quarterback, and a losing record in the playoffs speaks a lot to me. Especially when your defense actually plays well in those games.

Its not just all him, it is never all on the quarterback, but I have noticed a significant difference in play when Peyton Manning plays in the playoffs.

It is why I consider Tom Brady/Joe Montana/Unitas right now ahead of him. But like I said he can change that easily if he performs and does his part in the playoffs.

Stats/Wins/Performance all matter. I think all are overrated by themselves, but all can help paint a picture.
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I wonder if Falcons fans are busy coming up with wacky theories as to why they lost.
They are probably all blaming the QB. No one else deserves the blame.
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the Brady vs Manning debate will always be great Lol
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the Brady vs Manning debate will always be great Lol
Well they both get too much blame and credit when their teams do poorly or well.

But they have been the best two quarterbacks of recent memory so it will always be a lovely debate.
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Old 09-30-2013, 12:59 AM   #114
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Y! SPORTS

The NFL might become the NBA in terms of mediocre teams making the playoffs.
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I hate parity. Half the league sucks and you cant pick a consistent winner LOL
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Reports are saying that Vince Wilfork of the pats tore his achilles tendon and is gone for the year. Thats a big loss for the pats.
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Reports are saying that Vince Wilfork of the pats tore his achilles tendon and is gone for the year. Thats a big loss for the pats.
That might have been the difference between them contending for a Super Bowl and just making the playoffs.

Don't see how that D can slow down manning in the playoffs without him.
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Their playoff chances are not in any danger in that division. The Jets are Bills are both playing way above their heads (real Jets showed up yesterday) and their only threat is Miami...who won't beat them for the division but could challenge for a Wild Card.

Big loss definitely, but the Pats will be in the postseason as long as Brady is playing. He has no one to throw to, his RBs are not showing up and still winning.


Denver will shred them though.
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Czaben made a good point this morning...Cleveland trades their "best" player and are 2-0?
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Old 09-30-2013, 10:31 AM   #120
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Czaben made a good point this morning...Cleveland trades their "best" player and are 2-0?
They had a solid D in place already.

I think they're on an emotional high, rallying and playing well together after the whole world was declaring their season over. Hoyer gave them a spark and is not making mistakes.

Will be interesting to see if they still shop Josh Gordon and Greg Little.

The new owner is taking them in a positive direction.
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