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  1. 27 Nov '07 22:55
    1. Brett Favre
    2. Tom Brady
    3. Peyton Manning
    4. Tony Romo
    5. Ben Rothlesburger
  2. Subscriber cashthetrash
    PoPeYe
    28 Nov '07 00:43
    Originally posted by LivingForJesus
    1. Brett Favre
    2. Tom Brady
    3. Peyton Manning
    4. Tony Romo
    5. Ben Rothlesburger
    Right now Tom Brady. The numbers are too good to ignore. But I reserve the right to change my mind. That doesn't mean I'm not glad to have Tony Romo playing for the Cowboys.
  3. Standard member Red Night
    RHP Prophet
    28 Nov '07 01:54
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    Right now Tom Brady. The numbers are too good to ignore. But I reserve the right to change my mind. That doesn't mean I'm not glad to have Tony Romo playing for the Cowboys.
    Agreed.

    Last year Peyton Manning.
  4. 28 Nov '07 03:47
    Originally posted by LivingForJesus
    1. Brett Favre
    2. Tom Brady
    3. Peyton Manning
    4. Tony Romo
    5. Ben Rothlesburger
    Brett Favre all the way!!!"
  5. Subscriber SmookieP
    Lead, Follow, or..
    28 Nov '07 04:47
    Originally posted by LivingForJesus
    Brett Favre all the way!!!"
    Quarterbacks are only as good as their protection, and their receivers.

    The list is too small.
  6. 28 Nov '07 05:30
    Originally posted by SmookieP
    Quarterbacks are only as good as their protection, and their receivers.

    The list is too small.
    Who would you include then?

    (Brady is currently the best active QB in the league).
  7. 28 Nov '07 05:31
    Originally posted by LivingForJesus
    Brett Favre all the way!!!"
    Favre is fun to watch, and I've always liked the guy. He's just tough, like Elway.
  8. 28 Nov '07 07:08 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    Right now Tom Brady. The numbers are too good to ignore. But I reserve the right to change my mind. That doesn't mean I'm not glad to have Tony Romo playing for the Cowboys.
    i am a big fan of Ben Rothlesburger
  9. 28 Nov '07 08:36
    Originally posted by spurs73
    i am a big fan of Ben Rothlesburger
    that was a weird game against miami 3-0
  10. Subscriber cashthetrash
    PoPeYe
    28 Nov '07 10:13
    This is really hard to choose because I really like all these Quarterbacks for different reasons. They all have what it takes but they have had teams built around their playing styles. If you take each one out of their environments they probably wouldn't be as effective. At least for the first year or so, that is until you made some tweaks to fit their style. Each offense is very much different and would take a learning curve. Being a successful Quarterback is more than just lining up behind center and throwing the ball, it is getting the timing down with the receivers and knowing and trusting your Oline and their quirks. It would be like learning a new language in some ways. I guess what I am trying to say you can't plug a great Quarterback into a poor team and expect a super bowl victory. The only reason I wouldn't pick Favre as much as I really like him is simply longevity. He won't be playing many more years. It sure looks like he might but my gosh he is 38.
  11. Subscriber shortcircuit
    The Energizer
    29 Nov '07 17:20
    I believe Peyton Manning is the best of the QB's listed. Brady has the hot hand and Farve is going hot as well (although the last few years he was abysmal). Romo is still young and school is still out on him. Big Ben is solid, but erratic. But if I was going to choose the QB I would want in 3 years, it would be none of the above. VY would be my guy.
  12. 29 Nov '07 19:36 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by cashthetrash
    This is really hard to choose because I really like all these Quarterbacks for different reasons. They all have what it takes but they have had teams built around their playing styles. If you take each one out of their environments they probably wouldn't be as effective. At least for the first year or so, that is until you made some tweaks to fit their vity. He won't be playing many more years. It sure looks like he might but my gosh he is 38.
    great points. the question is how would the QB's listed play if they were in the others offensive line?

    Brady plays in a wonderfull system at the Pats...would he have the same numbers if he was with the Steelers etc...etc..?

    How about Romo at Green Bay...without having TO to throw to?

    Not knocking anyone but as cashthetrash said QB is not just about standing behind the Centre and throwing.
  13. 30 Nov '07 04:08
    Originally posted by shortcircuit
    I believe Peyton Manning is the best of the QB's listed. Brady has the hot hand and Farve is going hot as well (although the last few years he was abysmal). Romo is still young and school is still out on him. Big Ben is solid, but erratic. But if I was going to choose the QB I would want in 3 years, it would be none of the above. VY would be my guy.
    Vince, Vince, Vince I'm a Titans fan all the way, they started the season really good but the last 3 games Haynesworth, who was having a career year, has been injured which totally takes their effective run defense out. Hopefully he'll be back and the Titans can get rolling again.
  14. 30 Nov '07 14:37
    Originally posted by LivingForJesus
    1. Brett Favre
    2. Tom Brady
    3. Peyton Manning
    4. Tony Romo
    5. Ben Rothlesburger
    Uh... Brady?

    How can this even be a debate?
  15. Subscriber cashthetrash
    PoPeYe
    01 Dec '07 01:04
    Originally posted by darvlay
    Uh... Brady?

    How can this even be a debate?
    Who's a more valuable player Tom Brady or Randy Moss? I say, Randy Moss.
    Moss is doing more for Brady than Brady is doing for him.