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  1. sb1

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    LOL at this list. Look at #25 :confused:

    7 and 19 are kind of hilarious too.

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    #9 Terry Bradshaw

    51.9% career completion rate
    212 TDs
    210 INTs
     
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  3. BelichicksBlackEye

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    This is confusing. Peyton over montana and rivers over rodgers?

    Edit

    How is carson palmer on this list
     
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    Never a fan, but Elway 12th behind Kurt Warner?

    The list is a joke.
     
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  5. Elijah

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    Romo was probably in the same neighborhood as Bledsoe so I don't see that as outrageous.
     
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  6. 1960Pats

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    Bart Starr isn't on the list but Alex Smith and Carson Palmer are?
     
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    Eh, a few weird ones but I’ve seen worse.

    Namath at 7 is sort of bananas though.
     
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    Too low.
     
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    It's a joke.

    Winning and Super Bowls are 10X more important that stats
     
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    Lots of yards and tds .Plus playing in those big pressure games in Cinci and Phoenix helped.
     
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    Can't spell Elite without Eli
     
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    neither is fran tarkenton and dan fouts
     
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    Jim Kelly is better than Bradshaw.

    Elway is better than Bradshaw.

    They belong in the top 10 and Bradshaw does not.
     
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    Brady
    Unitas
    Montana
    Peyton Manning
    Elway
    Marino
    Kelly
    Farve
    Aikman
    Staubach
     
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    Phil Simms sneaking in there lmao

    And Staubach was way better than Aikman, don't @ me
     
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    Give me Otto Graham, Fran Tarkington, Dan Fouts, Bart Starr, Joe Theisman, and even Ken Anderson over
    Namath, Romo, Palmer, Griese, Sims, and Alex freakin Smith


    Brady
    Montana
    Unitas
    Staubach
    Manning
    Marino
    Elway
    Aikman
    Moon
    Bradshaw
    Warner
    Young
    Otto Graham
    Dan Fouts
    Bart Starr
    Kelly
    Brees
    Rothlisberger
    Fran Tarkington
    Favre
    Rogers
    Kelly
    Rivers
    Joe Theisman
    Ken Anderson
     
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    Most of this craziness can be blamed on Ohio.

    Nothing can ever make sense while Ohio exists
     
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    Patsfanin Philly Pro Bowl Player

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    Namath's record is sub .500 at 62-63 and td/int is 173/220..
    I'd ask the author if he ever heard of Norm Van Brocklin, Y A Tittle, Slinging Sammy Baugh or Sid Luckman....
     
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    Below is the 1960Pats version of the top QBs of all time. The numbers are years played, total playoff points and the average for each year played. Playoff points are worth 1-5 with winning the SB worth 5.

    These are the active players;
    Tom Brady 17 59 3.471
    Patrick Mahomes 1 3 3.000
    Russell Wilson 7 16 2.286
    Ben Roethlisberger 15 28 1.867
    Jared Goff 3 5 1.667
    Joe Flacco 11 17 1.545
    Aaron Rodgers 14 19 1.357
    Andrew Luck 6 8 1.333
    Cam Newton 8 9 1.125
    Drew Brees 17 19 1.118
    Nick Foles 7 7 1.000
    Lamar Jackson 1 1 1.000
    Eli Manning 15 15 1.000
    Dak Prescott 3 3 1.000
    Phillip Rivers 13 13 1.000
    Matt Ryan 11 10 0.909
    Mark Sanchez 8 6 0.750
    Tony Romo 10 7 0.700
    Alex Smith 13 8 0.615
    Blake Bortles 5 3 0.600
    Andy Dalton 8 4 0.500
    Marcus Mariota 4 2 0.500
    Mitchell Trubisky 2 1 0.500
    Deshaun Watson 2 1 0.500
    Case Keenum 8 3 0.375
    Carson Wentz 3 1 0.333
    Matthew Stafford 10 3 0.300
    Brock Osweiler 7 2 0.286
    Teddy Bridgewater 4 1 0.250
    Jay Cutler 12 3 0.250
    Derek Carr 5 1 0.200
    Kirk Cousins 7 1 0.143
    Matt Schaub 14 2 0.143
    Tyrod Taylor 8 1 0.125
    Brian Hoyer 11 1 0.091

    These are inactive players;
    Otto Graham 10 42 4.20
    Roger Staubach 8 25 3.13
    Joe Montana 12 34 2.83
    Jack Kemp 9 23 2.56
    Daryle Lamonica 6 15 2.50
    Terry Bradshaw 13 31 2.38
    Peyton Manning 18 41 2.28
    Jim Kelly 11 24 2.18
    Jay Schroeder 6 13 2.17
    Bart Starr 14 29 2.07
    Troy Aikman 12 24 2.00
    Norm Van Brocklin 10 20 2.00
    Steve Young 10 20 2.00
    Kurt Warner 8 16 2.00
    Danny White 6 12 2.00
    David Woodley 3 6 2.00
    John Elway 16 31 1.94
    Donovan McNabb 11 21 1.91
    Frank Ryan 6 11 1.83
    Phil Simms 11 20 1.82
    Mark Rypien 5 9 1.80
    Johnny Unitas 14 25 1.79
    Earl Morrall 7 12 1.71
    George Blanda 9 14 1.56
    Jim McMahon 9 14 1.56
    Bob Griese 14 21 1.50
    Kordell Stewart 4 6 1.50
    Bobby Layne 13 19 1.46
    Craig Morton 11 16 1.45
    Steve McNair 9 13 1.44
    Trent Dilfer 7 10 1.43
    Neil O'Donnell 7 10 1.43
    Wade Wilson 5 7 1.40
    Joe Theisman 8 11 1.38
    Brett Favre 19 26 1.37
    Dan Marino 17 22 1.29
    Len Dawson 14 18 1.29
    Randall Cunningham 7 9 1.29
    Charlie Conerly 12 15 1.25
    Billy Kilmer 10 12 1.20
    Jim Plunket 10 12 1.20
    Stan Humphries 6 7 1.17
    Brad Johnson 7 8 1.14
    Don Meredith 7 8 1.14
    Jake Delhomme 8 9 1.13
    Rich Gannon 9 10 1.11
    Fran Tarkenton 18 19 1.06
    Matt Hasselbeck 11 11 1.00
    Mark Brunell 11 11 1.00
    Chad Pennington 6 6 1.00
    Y.A. Tittle 15 14 0.93
    Warren Moon 15 13 0.87
    Ron Jaworski 10 8 0.80
    Mike Tomczak 5 4 0.80
    John Hadl 13 10 0.77
    Dave Krieg 13 10 0.77
    Drew Bledsoe 11 8 0.73
    Dan Fouts 14 10 0.71
    Jake Plummer 10 7 0.70
    Ken Anderson 13 9 0.69
    Ed Brown 6 4 0.67
    Babe Parilli 6 4 0.67
    Mike Phipps 5 3 0.60
    Marc Wilson 5 3 0.60
    Joe Namath 12 7 0.58
    Rodney Peete 6 3 0.50
    Steve Grogan 11 5 0.45
    Bobby Hebert 7 3 0.43
    Brian Sipe 8 3 0.38
    Roman Gabriel 11 4 0.36
    Carson Palmer 14 5 0.36
    T.J. Yates 6 2 0.333
    Jeff Hostetler 6 2 0.33
    Milt Plum 7 2 0.29
    Matt Moore 10 1 0.10
     
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    I'll give them credit for consistency for that. But neither of them should be sniffing a top 25 list of anything.

    Any top QB list that doesn't begin with Brady, Montana, Starr, and Graham (the order of the latter 3 can be debated) is an automatic fail. I would be begrudgingly accepting of the Fivehead getting the 5th spot, he did at least have one 2nd half of one post-season game where he didn't crap his pants.

    Alex Smith, Carson Palmer? Didn't someone tell the author that crack is wack? And I'll 2nd Patsfanin Philly's comments, apparently if you're a pre-SB era QB you're worthless.
     
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