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    Re: Top 5: Quarterbacks

    "thatjusthappened28" wrote:
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    You've think Brett Favre is better than Dan Marino?

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    also not the biggest fan of Marino. Just how I would rank them.
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    Re: Top 5: Quarterbacks

    The top 4 are no question, Manning, Brady, Brees, and McNabb, and with the 5th I would either go with Cutler, Rivers, Matt Ryan, or Chad Pennington.

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    Re: Top 5: Quarterbacks

    "thatjusthappened28" wrote:

    All-Time:
    1. Tom Brady
    2. Joe Montana
    3. John Elway
    4. Johnny Unitas
    5. Fran Tarkenton
    6. Steve Young
    7. Brett Favre
    8. Dan Marino
    9. Troy Aikman
    10. Roger Staubach

    Honorable Mention: Starr, Bradshaw, Graham, P. Manning, Moon, Kelly, Namath, Cunningham, Tittle and Griese

    (i know thats a lot of honorable mentions, coulda pry made top 20 but these good people
    I don't think anyone belongs on a top-10 list if they've never led a team to the big prize.
    That does NOT mean that all players who have (Dilfer, for example) should be placed ahead of a QB with fabulous numbers, but Otto Graham, for example, needs to be on the top-10 all-time list ahead of Marino.

    1.
    Joe Montana
    2.
    Otto Graham
    3.
    Terry Bradshaw
    4.
    Tom Brady
    5.
    Johnny Unitas
    6.
    Sammy Baugh
    7.
    Troy Aikman
    8.
    Peyton Manning
    9.
    Roger Staubach
    10. Brett Favre

    Honorable mention:
    Marino, Tarkenton, Kelly, Starr, etc.

    =Z=

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    Re: Top 5: Quarterbacks

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "thatjusthappened28" wrote:

    All-Time:
    1. Tom Brady
    2. Joe Montana
    3. John Elway
    4. Johnny Unitas
    5. Fran Tarkenton
    6. Steve Young
    7. Brett Favre
    8. Dan Marino
    9. Troy Aikman
    10. Roger Staubach

    Honorable Mention: Starr, Bradshaw, Graham, P. Manning, Moon, Kelly, Namath, Cunningham, Tittle and Griese

    (i know thats a lot of honorable mentions, coulda pry made top 20 but these good people
    I don't think anyone belongs on a top-10 list if they've never led a team to the big prize.
    That does NOT mean that all players who have (Dilfer, for example) should be placed ahead of a QB with fabulous numbers, but Otto Graham, for example, needs to be on the top-10 all-time list ahead of Marino.

    1.

    Joe Montana
    2.

    Otto Graham
    3.

    Terry Bradshaw
    4.

    Tom Brady
    5.

    Johnny Unitas
    6.

    Sammy Baugh
    7.

    Troy Aikman
    8.

    Peyton Manning
    9.

    Roger Staubach
    10. Brett Favre

    Honorable mention:
    Marino, Tarkenton, Kelly, Starr, etc.

    =Z=
    Terry Bradshaw in the top 3? Seriously?
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    Re: Top 5: Quarterbacks

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "thatjusthappened28" wrote:

    All-Time:
    1. Tom Brady
    2. Joe Montana
    3. John Elway
    4. Johnny Unitas
    5. Fran Tarkenton
    6. Steve Young
    7. Brett Favre
    8. Dan Marino
    9. Troy Aikman
    10. Roger Staubach

    Honorable Mention: Starr, Bradshaw, Graham, P. Manning, Moon, Kelly, Namath, Cunningham, Tittle and Griese

    (i know thats a lot of honorable mentions, coulda pry made top 20 but these good people
    I don't think anyone belongs on a top-10 list if they've never led a team to the big prize.
    That does NOT mean that all players who have (Dilfer, for example) should be placed ahead of a QB with fabulous numbers, but Otto Graham, for example, needs to be on the top-10 all-time list ahead of Marino.

    1.

    Joe Montana
    2.

    Otto Graham
    3.

    Terry Bradshaw
    4.

    Tom Brady
    5.

    Johnny Unitas
    6.

    Sammy Baugh
    7.

    Troy Aikman
    8.

    Peyton Manning
    9.

    Roger Staubach
    10. Brett Favre

    Honorable mention:
    Marino, Tarkenton, Kelly, Starr, etc.

    =Z=
    The opposite is also true.... just because you won the SB doesn't mean you should instantly be considered
    Bradshaw????
    Sure he has rings, but the Steeler D got him the rings.
    Bradshaws career QB rating is 70.9, Dilfer 70.2

    I love Bradshaw on Fox, but he was a above average QB at best, just like Big Ben.
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    Re: Top 5: Quarterbacks

    "gagarr" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "thatjusthappened28" wrote:

    All-Time:
    1. Tom Brady
    2. Joe Montana
    3. John Elway
    4. Johnny Unitas
    5. Fran Tarkenton
    6. Steve Young
    7. Brett Favre
    8. Dan Marino
    9. Troy Aikman
    10. Roger Staubach

    Honorable Mention: Starr, Bradshaw, Graham, P. Manning, Moon, Kelly, Namath, Cunningham, Tittle and Griese

    (i know thats a lot of honorable mentions, coulda pry made top 20 but these good people
    I don't think anyone belongs on a top-10 list if they've never led a team to the big prize.
    That does NOT mean that all players who have (Dilfer, for example) should be placed ahead of a QB with fabulous numbers, but Otto Graham, for example, needs to be on the top-10 all-time list ahead of Marino.

    1.

    Joe Montana
    2.

    Otto Graham
    3.

    Terry Bradshaw
    4.

    Tom Brady
    5.

    Johnny Unitas
    6.

    Sammy Baugh
    7.

    Troy Aikman
    8.

    Peyton Manning
    9.

    Roger Staubach
    10. Brett Favre

    Honorable mention:
    Marino, Tarkenton, Kelly, Starr, etc.

    =Z=
    The opposite is also true.... just because you won the SB doesn't mean you should instantly be considered
    Bradshaw????
    Sure he has rings, but the Steeler D got him the rings.
    Bradshaws career QB rating is 70.9, Dilfer 70.2

    I love Bradshaw on Fox, but he was a above average QB at best, just like Big Ben.
    Bradshaw threw 212 career TDs and 210 career INTs...

    How he is over any of those QBs listed... even the honorable mention QBs... is odd to me.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Top 5: Quarterbacks

    "C" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "thatjusthappened28" wrote:

    All-Time:
    1. Tom Brady
    2. Joe Montana
    3. John Elway
    4. Johnny Unitas
    5. Fran Tarkenton
    6. Steve Young
    7. Brett Favre
    8. Dan Marino
    9. Troy Aikman
    10. Roger Staubach

    Honorable Mention: Starr, Bradshaw, Graham, P. Manning, Moon, Kelly, Namath, Cunningham, Tittle and Griese

    (i know thats a lot of honorable mentions, coulda pry made top 20 but these good people
    I don't think anyone belongs on a top-10 list if they've never led a team to the big prize.
    That does NOT mean that all players who have (Dilfer, for example) should be placed ahead of a QB with fabulous numbers, but Otto Graham, for example, needs to be on the top-10 all-time list ahead of Marino.

    1.

    Joe Montana
    2.

    Otto Graham
    3.

    Terry Bradshaw
    4.

    Tom Brady
    5.

    Johnny Unitas
    6.

    Sammy Baugh
    7.

    Troy Aikman
    8.

    Peyton Manning
    9.

    Roger Staubach
    10. Brett Favre

    Honorable mention:
    Marino, Tarkenton, Kelly, Starr, etc.

    =Z=
    The opposite is also true.... just because you won the SB doesn't mean you should instantly be considered
    Bradshaw????
    Sure he has rings, but the Steeler D got him the rings.
    Bradshaws career QB rating is 70.9, Dilfer 70.2

    I love Bradshaw on Fox, but he was a above average QB at best, just like Big Ben.
    Bradshaw threw 212 career TDs and 210 career INTs...

    How he is over any of those QBs listed... even the honorable mention QBs... is odd to me.
    hes got the rings. but thats about it. and if bradshaw is gunna be on that list. might as well throw in brady since he's doing the same as bradshaw. but maybe even better

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    Re: Top 5: Quarterbacks

    "C" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "thatjusthappened28" wrote:

    All-Time:
    1. Tom Brady
    2. Joe Montana
    3. John Elway
    4. Johnny Unitas
    5. Fran Tarkenton
    6. Steve Young
    7. Brett Favre
    8. Dan Marino
    9. Troy Aikman
    10. Roger Staubach

    Honorable Mention: Starr, Bradshaw, Graham, P. Manning, Moon, Kelly, Namath, Cunningham, Tittle and Griese

    (i know thats a lot of honorable mentions, coulda pry made top 20 but these good people
    I don't think anyone belongs on a top-10 list if they've never led a team to the big prize.
    That does NOT mean that all players who have (Dilfer, for example) should be placed ahead of a QB with fabulous numbers, but Otto Graham, for example, needs to be on the top-10 all-time list ahead of Marino.

    1.

    Joe Montana
    2.

    Otto Graham
    3.

    Terry Bradshaw
    4.

    Tom Brady
    5.

    Johnny Unitas
    6.

    Sammy Baugh
    7.

    Troy Aikman
    8.

    Peyton Manning
    9.

    Roger Staubach
    10. Brett Favre

    Honorable mention:
    Marino, Tarkenton, Kelly, Starr, etc.
    Terry Bradshaw in the top 3? Seriously?
    4 championships means a lot to me when judging the "All-time" greatness of a QB.

    =Z=

    Thanks to Josdin for the awesome sig!

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    Re: Top 5: Quarterbacks

    "C" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "thatjusthappened28" wrote:

    All-Time:
    1. Tom Brady
    2. Joe Montana
    3. John Elway
    4. Johnny Unitas
    5. Fran Tarkenton
    6. Steve Young
    7. Brett Favre
    8. Dan Marino
    9. Troy Aikman
    10. Roger Staubach

    Honorable Mention: Starr, Bradshaw, Graham, P. Manning, Moon, Kelly, Namath, Cunningham, Tittle and Griese

    (i know thats a lot of honorable mentions, coulda pry made top 20 but these good people
    I don't think anyone belongs on a top-10 list if they've never led a team to the big prize.
    That does NOT mean that all players who have (Dilfer, for example) should be placed ahead of a QB with fabulous numbers, but Otto Graham, for example, needs to be on the top-10 all-time list ahead of Marino.

    1.

    Joe Montana
    2.

    Otto Graham
    3.

    Terry Bradshaw
    4.

    Tom Brady
    5.

    Johnny Unitas
    6.

    Sammy Baugh
    7.

    Troy Aikman
    8.

    Peyton Manning
    9.

    Roger Staubach
    10. Brett Favre

    Honorable mention:
    Marino, Tarkenton, Kelly, Starr, etc.

    =Z=
    The opposite is also true.... just because you won the SB doesn't mean you should instantly be considered
    Bradshaw????
    Sure he has rings, but the Steeler D got him the rings.
    Bradshaws career QB rating is 70.9, Dilfer 70.2

    I love Bradshaw on Fox, but he was a above average QB at best, just like Big Ben.
    Bradshaw threw 212 career TDs and 210 career INTs...

    How he is over any of those QBs listed... even the honorable mention QBs... is odd to me.
    The biggest measure of success as an NFL QB to me is winning.
    I thought I'd stated that fairly clearly.

    =Z=

    Thanks to Josdin for the awesome sig!

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    Re: Top 5: Quarterbacks

    "SamOchoCinco" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "gagarr" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "thatjusthappened28" wrote:

    All-Time:
    1. Tom Brady
    2. Joe Montana
    3. John Elway
    4. Johnny Unitas
    5. Fran Tarkenton
    6. Steve Young
    7. Brett Favre
    8. Dan Marino
    9. Troy Aikman
    10. Roger Staubach

    Honorable Mention: Starr, Bradshaw, Graham, P. Manning, Moon, Kelly, Namath, Cunningham, Tittle and Griese

    (i know thats a lot of honorable mentions, coulda pry made top 20 but these good people
    I don't think anyone belongs on a top-10 list if they've never led a team to the big prize.
    That does NOT mean that all players who have (Dilfer, for example) should be placed ahead of a QB with fabulous numbers, but Otto Graham, for example, needs to be on the top-10 all-time list ahead of Marino.

    1.

    Joe Montana
    2.

    Otto Graham
    3.

    Terry Bradshaw
    4.

    Tom Brady
    5.

    Johnny Unitas
    6.

    Sammy Baugh
    7.

    Troy Aikman
    8.

    Peyton Manning
    9.

    Roger Staubach
    10. Brett Favre

    Honorable mention:
    Marino, Tarkenton, Kelly, Starr, etc.

    =Z=
    The opposite is also true.... just because you won the SB doesn't mean you should instantly be considered
    Bradshaw????
    Sure he has rings, but the Steeler D got him the rings.
    Bradshaws career QB rating is 70.9, Dilfer 70.2

    I love Bradshaw on Fox, but he was a above average QB at best, just like Big Ben.
    Bradshaw threw 212 career TDs and 210 career INTs...

    How he is over any of those QBs listed... even the honorable mention QBs... is odd to me.
    hes got the rings. but thats about it. and if bradshaw is gunna be on that list. might as well throw in brady since he's doing the same as bradshaw. but maybe even better
    I have Brady 4th.


    =Z=

    Thanks to Josdin for the awesome sig!

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