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  1. Joe Montana/Dan Marino in 2018 vs.................

    I very sincerely doubt it
  2. Better QB, Andy Dalton or Derek Carr?

    I would take Carr because I expect him to continue improving while Dalton kind of is what he is at this point. I'd rather keep what I have than get either of them though lol.
  3. Thoughts on Cousins

    I love the guy, but I'm very biased given that I'm currently a Michigan State student, my parents met each other there, along with 4 other family members who attended the school.
  4. Favorite Plays In History

    "Marlin's got it, we're going to the Super Bowl!!"
  5. Calvin Johnson is a first ballot hofer; change my mind

    wait are you serious?
  6. Using ANY/A as a means to compare across eras

    The numbers represent the performance/effectiveness of the quarterback. If the numbers suck, then he was not very effective. Therefore, he must not have done it very well. Its that simple
  7. Using ANY/A as a means to compare across eras

    And if he was any good at it, then his numbers would show it. But he wasn't, he was a good qb on great teams, not a great qb on good teams or any other variation of the phrase. He does not deserve any more praise than being "good" being that he was never especially good at ANY point in his career.
  8. Matt Ryan vs Philip Rivers: Prime & All-Time list

    Maybe it is a "grass is always greener on the other side" sort of thing though.
  9. Matt Ryan vs Philip Rivers: Prime & All-Time list

    You don't even need to consider the O-line, as far as quarterback's overall support, having a top 10 defense is more valuable than top 5 skill position players.
  10. NFL Toughness Stats: Fantasy & Game Day

    I don't think there is any reasonable way to quantify the "toughness" that a player possesses.
  11. QB Cap Percentage and Super Bowl wins

    It's not .02% of your roster, it's actually 1.88% of your roster. I know this is a nitpick but I'm weird like this.
  12. Using ANY/A as a means to compare across eras

    Being under utilized is irrelevant when his efficiency is trash.
  13. Using ANY/A as a means to compare across eras

    He totally should!!
  14. Using ANY/A as a means to compare across eras

    Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not, but I do think Ken Anderson is one of the most underrated quarterbacks in history, with the most overrated being either Elway or Aikman. Flacco was below average across the several years that he played, he definitely sucks. If you are average at best, you shouldn't have been allowed to be a starter for that long in the first place. Eli sucks no matter which way you view his supporting cast. I disagree, the 3 losses he achieved by winning the god awful AFC. This was during the time period where the AFC had lost 14 straight Super Bowl's, and several of which were not even close. It's really not that impressive to win an AFC filled to the brim with trash teams. In the case of the Packers Super Bowl, he was playing Favre and an equally stacked Packers team as his team. If I recall correctly, the Broncos were big underdogs in that Super Bowl. The first TB season didn't count, because I didn't count anybody's rookie year. Nobody cares how bad you sucked as a rookie nor should it matter, it should be a learning experience not one that demands high performance. What exactly is wrong with it? I see no reason to include rookie years
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