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GoneWithTheWind


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 4:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'll Give it a go too.

1. Aaron Rodgers
2. Tom Brady
3. Peyton Manning
4. Ben Roethlisberger
5. Joe Flacco
6. Eli Manning
7. Drew Brees
8. Matthew Stafford
9. Andrew Luck
10. Matt Ryan
11. Tony Romo
12. Philip Rivers
13. Russell Wilson
14. Cam Newton
15. Matt Schaub
16. Andy Dalton
17. Colin Kaepernick
18. Sam Bradford
19. Robert Griffin III
20. Christian Ponder
21. Jay Cutler
22. Carson Palmer
23. Josh Freeman
24. Jake Locker
25. Ryan Tannehill
26. Kevin Kolb
27. Nick Foles
28. Ryan Fitzpatrick
29. Brandon Weeden
30. Mark Sanchez
31. Blaine Gabbert
32. Matt Cassel
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 4:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

GoneWithTheWind wrote:
I'll Give it a go too.

1. Aaron Rodgers
2. Tom Brady
3. Peyton Manning
4. Ben Roethlisberger
5. Joe Flacco
6. Eli Manning
7. Drew Brees
8. Matthew Stafford
9. Andrew Luck
10. Matt Ryan
11. Tony Romo
12. Philip Rivers
13. Russell Wilson
14. Cam Newton
15. Matt Schaub
16. Andy Dalton
17. Colin Kaepernick
18. Sam Bradford
19. Robert Griffin III
20. Christian Ponder
21. Jay Cutler
22. Carson Palmer
23. Josh Freeman
24. Jake Locker
25. Ryan Tannehill
26. Kevin Kolb
27. Nick Foles
28. Ryan Fitzpatrick
29. Brandon Weeden
30. Mark Sanchez
31. Blaine Gabbert
32. Matt Cassel


Stafford, Flacco, Luck all too high.

Cutler, Romo, Ryan, RGIII all too low.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 4:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

GoneWithTheWind wrote:
I'll Give it a go too.

1. Aaron Rodgers
2. Tom Brady
3. Peyton Manning
4. Ben Roethlisberger
5. Joe Flacco
6. Eli Manning
7. Drew Brees
8. Matthew Stafford
9. Andrew Luck
10. Matt Ryan
11. Tony Romo
12. Philip Rivers
13. Russell Wilson
14. Cam Newton
15. Matt Schaub
16. Andy Dalton
17. Colin Kaepernick
18. Sam Bradford
19. Robert Griffin III
20. Christian Ponder
21. Jay Cutler
22. Carson Palmer
23. Josh Freeman
24. Jake Locker
25. Ryan Tannehill
26. Kevin Kolb
27. Nick Foles
28. Ryan Fitzpatrick
29. Brandon Weeden
30. Mark Sanchez
31. Blaine Gabbert
32. Matt Cassel


I don't possibly see how Luck can be a top 10 QB, and RG3 behind Bradford.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 4:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cam, Luck, Griffin and DangeRuss Wilson are all ahead of Kaep right now
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 6:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You lost all credibility when you ranked Drew Brees at #12
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 7:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

GoneWithTheWind wrote:
I'll Give it a go too.

1. Aaron Rodgers
2. Tom Brady
3. Peyton Manning
4. Ben Roethlisberger
5. Joe Flacco
6. Eli Manning
7. Drew Brees
8. Matthew Stafford
9. Andrew Luck
10. Matt Ryan
11. Tony Romo
12. Philip Rivers
13. Russell Wilson
14. Cam Newton
15. Matt Schaub
16. Andy Dalton
17. Colin Kaepernick
18. Sam Bradford
19. Robert Griffin III
20. Christian Ponder
21. Jay Cutler
22. Carson Palmer
23. Josh Freeman
24. Jake Locker
25. Ryan Tannehill
26. Kevin Kolb
27. Nick Foles
28. Ryan Fitzpatrick
29. Brandon Weeden
30. Mark Sanchez
31. Blaine Gabbert
32. Matt Cassel


Big Ben at #4?
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MARIO MANGELINI


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 8:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My list is open season now.

1. Tom Brady
2. Peyton Manning
3. Aaron Rodgers
4. Matt Ryan
5. Drew Brees
6. Russell Wilson
7. Joe Flacco
8. Robert Griffin III
9. Eli Manning
10. Ben Roethlisberger
11. Tony Romo
12. Cam Newton
13. Colin Kaepernick
14. Matthew Stafford
15. Matt Schaub
16. Andy Dalton
17. Josh Freeman
18. Sam Bradford
19. Andrew Luck
20. Jay Cutler
21. Phillip Rivers
22. Ryan Tannehill
23. Ryan Fitzpatrick
24. Christian Ponder
25. Carson Palmer
26. Kevin Kolb
27. Brandon Weeden
28. Jake Locker
29. Nick Foles
30. Mark Sanchez
31. Matt Cassel
32. Blaine Gabbert
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 8:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pugger wrote:
GoneWithTheWind wrote:
I'll Give it a go too.

1. Aaron Rodgers
2. Tom Brady
3. Peyton Manning
4. Ben Roethlisberger
5. Joe Flacco
6. Eli Manning
7. Drew Brees
8. Matthew Stafford
9. Andrew Luck
10. Matt Ryan
11. Tony Romo
12. Philip Rivers
13. Russell Wilson
14. Cam Newton
15. Matt Schaub
16. Andy Dalton
17. Colin Kaepernick
18. Sam Bradford
19. Robert Griffin III
20. Christian Ponder
21. Jay Cutler
22. Carson Palmer
23. Josh Freeman
24. Jake Locker
25. Ryan Tannehill
26. Kevin Kolb
27. Nick Foles
28. Ryan Fitzpatrick
29. Brandon Weeden
30. Mark Sanchez
31. Blaine Gabbert
32. Matt Cassel


Big Ben at #4?


At worst he should be #5... So yeah... Although I don't place him over Brees some guys have and I can see the reasoning.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 2:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Let me try. I tried it a different way I ranked the QB's by divisions which was easy then I decided to grade each QB with an A-F grade. Then I put all the A's together and you get the idea... the list was easier to do that way.

A: (The best hands down, do the most for their teams, collectively have the most rings)

1. Peyton Manning (Obviously he has issues in the post season, but if you were making a team who would you pick over this guy in the regular season?)
2. Tom Brady
3. Aaron Rodgers
4. Drew Brees

B: (Still giving the nod to Eli & Ben over this group, I just can't pick rookie sensations over them, and Flacco & Ryan are overrated)

5. Eli Manning
6. Ben Roethlisburger
7. Joe Flacco
8. Matt Ryan (Lower than most people think he is, reminds me of Rivers in '06, stacked team, no post season success, overrated)
9. Matt Stafford
10. Robert Griffin III
11. Russel Wilson (I really believe in this guy, put him high up as you can see, future star every year watch!)
12. Colin Kaepernick

C: (Looking at this group and I know I'm being a homer but honestly, how can you not take Rivers out of these guys?)

13. Philip Rivers (The name just looks wrong here, biggest head scratcher but he deserves it until he proves himself again, but I would still put my money on him over the following QB's)
14. Jay Cutler
15. Tony Romo
16. Cameron Newton
17. Matt Schaub
18. Andrew Luck (People will kill me for putting him low, but honestly hes not as impressive as the other rookie sensations)
19. Josh Freeman
20. Carson Palmer
21. Andy Dolton

D: (Struggling QB's, Bradford shows the most potential out of the group)

22. Sam Bradford
23. Kevin Kolb
24. Ryan Tannehill
25. Jake Locker
26. Brandon Weeden
27. Nick Foles

F: (Very disappointing, most of these guys are being replaced/have been)

28. Mark Sanchez
29. Matt Cassel
30. Christian Ponder
31. Ryan Fitzpatrick
32. Blaine Gabbert
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 3:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tier 1
P Manning
T Brady
A Rodgers
D Brees

Tier 2
E Manning
B Roethlisberger
T Romo
M Ryan

Tier 3
C Newton
P Rivers
J Flacco
A Luck
R Griffin
M Stafford

Tier 4
C Kaepernick
J Cutler
R Wilson
J Freeman
M Schaub
M Vick
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 3:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

1. Aaron Rodgers
2. Tom Brady
3. Peyton Manning
4. Drew Brees
5. Ben Roethlisberger
6. Eli Manning
7. Matt Ryan
8. Tony Romo
9. Joe Flacco
10. Robert Griffin III
11. Cam Newton
12. Philip Rivers
13. Russell Wilson
14. Matthew Stafford
15. Andy Dalton
16. Matt Schaub
17. Colin Kaepernick (Just hard to rank him much higher due to limited starts)
18. Jay Cutler
19. Sam Bradford
20. Andrew Luck

The rest don't matter.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 4:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

1 - Aaron Rodgers
2 - Tom Brady
3 - Peyton Manning

4 - Drew Brees

5 - Matt Ryan
6 - Big Ben
7 - Russell Trillson
8 - Eli Manning
9 - Tony Romo
10 - Andrew Luck
11 - Cam Newton
12 - Joe Flacco
13 - Colin Kaepernick
14 - Matt Schaub
15 - Phillip Rivers
16 - Andy Dalton
17 - Sam Bradford
18 - Matt Stafford
19 - Josh Freeman
20 - Jay Cutler

EDIT: Just noticed I didn't have RGIII on this list. I would put him at #9, leaving Jay Cutler off the list.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 4:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

DalCowboyzRule wrote:
Tier 1
P Manning
T Brady
A Rodgers
D Brees

Tier 2
E Manning
B Roethlisberger
T Romo
M Ryan

Tier 3
C Newton
P Rivers
J Flacco
A Luck
R Griffin
M Stafford

Tier 4
C Kaepernick
J Cutler
R Wilson
J Freeman
M Schaub
M Vick


You put Wilson in the same category as Freeman, Vick, and Cutler? Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tier 1 - Elites
Tom Brady
Peyton Manning
Aaron Rodgers
Drew Brees

Tier 2 - Near-Elite SB Winners
Ben Roethlisberger
Eli Manning
Joe Flacco

Tier 3 - Flawed but Fantastic on Their Day
Matt Ryan
Tony Romo
Cam Newton

Tier 4a - Consistency, where art thou?
Matt Stafford
Philip Rivers
Jay Cutler
Matt Schaub

Tier 4b - Small sample size, or they'd be higher
Russell Wilson
Colin Kaepernick
Robert Griffin III
Andrew Luck

Tier 5a - Am I sure I can win with them?
Sam Bradford
Andy Dalton
Josh Freeman
Carson Palmer

Tier 5b - Will I soon be able to win with them?
Ryan Tannehill
Nick Foles
Christian Ponder

Tier 6 - Maybe I can win with them? Please?
Jake Locker
Ryan Fitzpatrick
Brandon Weeden
Blaine Gabbert

Tier 7 - I can't win with this guy. Intern, start texting Favre
Kevin Kolb / John Skelton
Mark Sanchez
Matt Cassel
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 7:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Why people still insist on putting Big Ben and Eli in their own 2nd/3rd tier I'll never understand.

1. Brady
2. Rodgers
3. Peyton
4. Big Ben
5. Eli
Not doing tiers, just explanations every 5. This should be 90% of people's top 5, in whatever order you like. The only change I could see is Brees somewhere in there.
6. Brees
7. Matt Ryan
8. Romo
9. Rivers
10. Flacco
Ryan finally gets his playoff win, so he also gets a nice ranking. No denying Romo's regular season stats. Same for Rivers, although the last couple season have dropped him below Romo. Flacco looked dismal in a few games I've seen him in this year, but he's really stepped up in the postseason. Gets him in the top-10.
11. Stafford
12. Cutler
13. Kaepernick
14. Schaub
15. RGIII
The first 2 here are bonafide players, but ones I think you'll never be able to win with. Same goes with Schaub. Kaep and RGIII are the 2 best up-and-coming QBs in the league. Easily could place themselves in the top-10 in a year or 2. No denying their talent, just need to see them do it for longer.
16. Cam
17. Freeman
18. DangeRuss
19. Luck
20. Dalton
These 5 are all young up-and-comers. Luck's ranking on this and everyone's list at this point is purely subjective. You could look at his paltry stats and put him lower, or love his potential and his ability to win and put him higher. I think I'm a bit in between. Although, I do think DangeRuss will be a better QB than Luck.
21. Bradford
22. Tannehill
23. Palmer
24. Amish Rifle
25. Ponder
These 5 are all relative veterans, some more than others, that haven't shown they can take the step to be elite. I'm lower on Bradford than some. Palmer played well, but he's stuck on the team that most have left for dead. Tannehill has a lot of potential.
26. Weeden
27. Henne
28. Foles
29. Locker
30. Sanchez
Weeden basically just showed the least of all rookie QBs. Still has a good amount of potential as well. Foles, Locker just haven't shown much, in terms of play time and what they've done in their play time. Not impressed. Sanchez has proved himself... to be a terrible QB.
31. Cassel
32. whoever is starting for the Cardinals
These guys have been an absolute detriment to their team. They would probably be better off playing without a QB and having Charles/PP run some sort of crazy wildcat.

As I got further down the list, the less the actual number ranking meant. Don't take offense if your guy is 1 or 2 places off where you think he should be if he's beyond the halfway point.
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