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    Re: 5 best QB for starting your NFL team. CULPEPPER not allo

    "snowinapril" wrote:
    For the sake of this POSTING we are not allowed to add Daunte Culpepper.
    We already have him on our team.

    1.) P.Manning
    2.) McNabb
    3.) McNair
    4.) DelHomme
    5.) Brady

    Notables:
    Leftwich
    Vick
    Pennington
    Favre definitely if he was 3 yrs younger and not contemplating retirement. I respect him as a player and 3 years ago he would have been in the top 2.
    Revised list for this year.

    1)Manning
    2)Brees
    3)Farve
    4)McNabb
    5)Brady

    I would insert DC in between Manning and Brees

    DC is having a career year and it is too bad that he is being overshadowed by Mannings spectacular year.

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    5 best QB for starting your NFL team. CULPEPPER not allowed

    Here is mine:

    Manning
    Brady
    Carr (Suprised nobody wants him)
    McNair
    DelHomme
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    5 best QB for starting your NFL team. CULPEPPER not allowed

    "MossWilliamsHenderson" wrote:
    Here is mine:

    Manning
    Brady
    Carr (Suprised nobody wants him)
    McNair
    DelHomme
    I like Carr, he just hasn't had the exposure like the others. He is still a "?" to me. DelHomme is still a good choice, he has done well even though he has been on a dog of a team this year.

    I would like to see Carr more consistant and get his team winning on a more regular basis. I liked his KC game this year and this last Tenn game, showed poise and came from behind to win.

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    Re: 5 best QB for starting your NFL team. CULPEPPER not allo

    1)Manning
    2)McNabb
    3)Vick
    4)Hasselbeck
    5)Carr

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    Re: 5 best QB for starting your NFL team. CULPEPPER not allo

    "Viking_Spirit" wrote:
    1)Manning
    2)McNabb
    3)Vick
    4)Hasselbeck
    5)Carr
    Could you give your thoughts on how Hasselbeck makes your list? I would also like to here why you like Vick?

    I am curious.

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    Re: 5 best QB for starting your NFL team. CULPEPPER not allo

    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "Viking_Spirit" wrote:
    1)Manning
    2)McNabb
    3)Vick
    4)Hasselbeck
    5)Carr
    Could you give your thoughts on how Hasselbeck makes your list? I would also like to here why you like Vick?

    I am curious.
    I like Vick mainly because of his running ability. I also think he would be a very good passer if he could get some actual WR's around him (Perless Price just dosen't cut it). The guy just completly changes the complexity of the game, and defenses have to gear their game plans towards him.

    When it comes to Hasselbeck, I actually think he's a pretty good quarterback, and he's just experiencing a slump. Not to mention that his WR's drop a ton of passes, which contributes to his off year. I think Hasselbeck is a very good passer, and I think he's gonna have a good year next year.

    For the record, I don't have Brady on my list because I think he is one of the most over-rated players in the league.

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    5 best QB for starting your NFL team. CULPEPPER not allowed

    I tend to like the QBs that are pure passers.

    As far as Brady's abilities, I think he is a good player more for his decision making than anything else.

    I have been fighting it for the last 2 years and finally gave in to the Hype of Brady.

    I still haven't fallen for Vick. He is talented that is for sure. I just don't think he is a great QB yet, until he stays in the pocket and passes the ball. A great defense will shut him down more times than not. McNair, McNabb and Culpepper all were labeled as running QBs and have finally came around as passers and once they made that transition, they have been more in control of their offenses. It makes the other players(WRs and TEs) more threatening, more options. The great QBs, had the game slow down for them as they matured. With Vick, I don't know if he is allowing that to happen for himself. He still doesn't seem to get the offenses that he is playing in.

    Vick and Hasselbeck, I will give them more time.

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