http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/writers/peter_king/06/17/qbs/index.html He uses the previous 2 years and his observations to predict 2007 success. This is not about who is better, it is about who will do well in 2007. He writes a bit about how high he has Kitna (#9) and explains it has more to do with Mike Martz than anything else. my thoughts: I have no beef with Peyton #1. This is likely the high point of his career. There's no shame is being a notch below a hall of famer at his apex. Before '05 Manning was a notch below Brady. I like seeing Bulger up there. For whatever reason he tends to go relatively forgotten amongst the top QBs. Vince Young #7? LOL. I don't care if he runs for 10 TDs if he barely completes half his passes. King tends to get caught up in moments, and Young provides those. #15 seems a little harsh for Pennington. He probably figured in injury probability, which would make it defensible. I think Losman will be much better than #20. Romo at #11 seems a little high. Cutler at #10 seems like a stretch considering how little he has played. It's a sheer opinion/prognosis pick, and I'll side with history which tells me that a guy with a few starts under his belt is ready to be adequate but not good. Any thoughts?