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(NFL)   Quarterback rankings 1 - 32. Including Andrew Luck at #16 who has yet to play a single NFL game   (nfl.com) divider line 182
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2012-04-05 03:07:22 PM
The Rapist is WAY too far up that list, he's a solid #7 or 8.
 
2012-04-05 03:18:33 PM
16) Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts: Yes, I'm projecting his selection by the Colts at No. 1. (Pretty bold!) He's not this highly rated for no reason, guys. And you'd take him and his potential for the 2012 season over anyone else between here and 32.

29) Matt Flynn, Seattle Seahawks: He could be higher on this list, but how am I seriously supposed to gauge a guy with two NFL starts in a four-year career?

heh.
 
2012-04-05 03:22:17 PM
None of these QB's have played a game in the 2012-13 season.
 
2012-04-05 03:23:11 PM
Next year, when the FFL drafts begin, Stafford will be much higher on my list than this ranking.
 
2012-04-05 03:51:56 PM
Stafford is better then Vick, Ryan and Newton (although Newton is close).
 
2012-04-05 04:17:04 PM
Just out of curiosity, what was Tebow's projected ranking before he started his first game?
 
2012-04-05 04:17:24 PM
Payton and Rodgers.

My favorites.

Can't wait for August.
 
2012-04-05 04:30:58 PM

ManateeGag: Just out of curiosity, what was Tebow's projected ranking before he started his first game?


Archbishop.
 
2012-04-05 04:46:38 PM
I think everyone can rest assured Luck will be a great QB, I mean the experts making the projections are NEVER wrong.
 
2012-04-05 05:00:49 PM
Alex Smith at #25, below such greats like Mark Sanchez and Jake Locker?

You've got to be kidding me.
 
2012-04-05 05:33:52 PM
Matt Ryan apparently only seems to play lights out in the games I don't watch.
 
2012-04-05 05:49:39 PM
I'm a big Steelers fan, but #3?!
 
2012-04-05 05:51:31 PM
8) Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers: No matter who he has to throw to, he wins.

Except when he doesn't.
 
2012-04-05 05:52:36 PM
Brees is too high, Newton is probably too high, Romo is too low, eat a dick for Luck and RG III, and no farking way does Locker beat out Hasselbeck. The kid isn't bad, but he isn't better than Hasselbeck yet.
 
2012-04-05 06:03:49 PM

GAT_00: Brees is too high


I might say the same of you...
 
2012-04-05 06:10:22 PM

Krymson Tyde: I think everyone can rest assured Luck will be a great QB, I mean the experts making the projections are NEVER wrong.


Luck, Leaf, whatever...
 
2012-04-05 06:15:58 PM
These are horrible. I mean, wow. It says this guy is a "fantasy analyst." Is he just talking about fantasy points? I'm really confused. Roethlisberger above Rodgers seems to be the most egregious error. Of course there's another one that I vehemently disagree with, but I'm not in the mood to get into that right now.


FTFA: 5) Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers: The first three things that come to mind when I think of Rodgers: 1) He's a machine; 2) Discount Double Check; and 3) That stinker at home against the G-Men. That holds him back from No. 2 overall.

Hooooooooooold on.... ONE GAME? He dropped the dude 3 spots because of one game? That guy gets to work for NFL.com while I write diatribes on fark? WHAT IS THIS WORLD?
 
2012-04-05 06:33:04 PM
Fail tag didn't rank high enough to get the start, Subby?
 
2012-04-05 06:39:22 PM

Di Atribe: Hooooooooooold on.... ONE GAME? He dropped the dude 3 spots because of one game? That guy gets to work for NFL.com while I write diatribes on fark? WHAT IS THIS WORLD?


He lowered Brees because other aspects of the Saints have prevented the Saints from going to the superbowl.
WTF does that have to do with how good of a QB someone is?
 
2012-04-05 06:48:26 PM

Di Atribe: These are horrible. I mean, wow. It says this guy is a "fantasy analyst." Is he just talking about fantasy points? I'm really confused. Roethlisberger above Rodgers seems to be the most egregious error. Of course there's another one that I vehemently disagree with, but I'm not in the mood to get into that right now.



I wonder which QB a Cowboy fan would think is ranked to high? Checks list.......Oh, ok I think I know which one

assets.nydailynews.com
 
2012-04-05 07:02:24 PM
I think Newton may actually be too low. With a year's experience under his belt, I think he's going to be scary.
 
2012-04-05 07:05:22 PM

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: I think Newton may actually be too low. With a year's experience under his belt, I think he's going to be scary.


With a year's worth of tape on him, defenses will step it up.
 
2012-04-05 07:07:08 PM
Apparently 5,000 yards and 40 TDs doesn't mean much, huh? I mean, just everyone does that, right?
 
2012-04-05 07:08:12 PM

Di Atribe: These are horrible. I mean, wow. It says this guy is a "fantasy analyst." Is he just talking about fantasy points? I'm really confused. Roethlisberger above Rodgers seems to be the most egregious error. Of course there's another one that I vehemently disagree with, but I'm not in the mood to get into that right now.


Fine. I'll say it for you. Tony Romo is ranked way too low.

There.
 
2012-04-05 07:11:02 PM
Mmhmm. Okaaaaaay.
 
2012-04-05 07:11:19 PM

Quasar: I'm a big Steelers fan, but #3?!


Me too and I'm with you. At least he states his justification is rings. Hard to argue with rings but I don't necessaarily thing eli is 1 or rberger 3. Just feels wrong.
 
2012-04-05 07:11:54 PM
I'm surprised rivers isn't lower after last season but I suppose working with a depleted line for most of the year was part of the cause
 
2012-04-05 07:12:34 PM
Okay, I am sorry to spam but I have to follow up with this idiot's comment about Stafford, suggesting that if Stafford throws for another 5,000 yard, 40+ TD season he will be good enough to be the 5th or 6th best QB in the league. Come on, he has to be trolling, right?
 
2012-04-05 07:14:18 PM

SoCalSurfer: I'm surprised rivers isn't lower after last season but I suppose working with a depleted line for most of the year was part of the cause


Not how it works. Roethlisberger, who is certainly not #3, drove patchwork lines and nearly league leading sack totals to three super bowls.
 
2012-04-05 07:14:20 PM

meanmutton: Apparently 5,000 yards and 40 TDs doesn't mean much, huh? I mean, just everyone does that, right?


I think they just put him that low because of the team he is on. I think that just based on last year he's a legit top 10 QB.

/yeah we talkin about Stafford.
 
2012-04-05 07:16:41 PM

kronicfeld: GAT_00: Brees is too high

I might say the same of you...


Brees is badly overrated by people who mistake a system designed to let anyone throw 4000 yards for quality.
 
2012-04-05 07:16:43 PM

JohnBigBootay: SoCalSurfer: I'm surprised rivers isn't lower after last season but I suppose working with a depleted line for most of the year was part of the cause

Not how it works. Roethlisberger, who is certainly not #3, drove patchwork lines and nearly league leading sack totals to three super bowls.


It certaintly helps to have a defense that's super bowl caliber rather than one that has less agility than a girl in a bathroom stall outside atlanta
 
2012-04-05 07:19:10 PM

JohnBigBootay: Quasar: I'm a big Steelers fan, but #3?!

Me too and I'm with you. At least he states his justification is rings. Hard to argue with rings but I don't necessaarily thing eli is 1 or rberger 3. Just feels wrong.


No doubt. I'd put him around 5-6 but def. Not top 3. I disagree with him saying Ben would win a playoff game in -45 degree weather before Rodgers too. I could see the argument with Brees, but does this guy not know it gets a tad chilly in Green Bay.
 
2012-04-05 07:24:20 PM
14) Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears: The Bears would've been in the Super Bowl last season if he stayed healthy. If he gets the Bears to one this season, he cracks the top seven. Yeah, he's really that good, whether you like him or not.

Ahahaahahahahahahhaha.
 
2012-04-05 07:24:42 PM
That wouldn't be my list, as I'd definitely move a few guys up & down a bit, but it's not terrible.

Now, the actual explanations he gives for his rankings are f*cking horrendous.
 
2012-04-05 07:25:39 PM

I Have The Touch of a Shocked Monkey: Alex Smith at #25, below such greats like Mark Sanchez and Jake Locker?

You've got to be kidding me.



Agreed. Ol' Tinyhands should be a few slots lower.
 
2012-04-05 07:25:43 PM
Writer for NFL.com trolls all of us, I'll give it 7/10 on the Troll-O-Meter.
 
2012-04-05 07:26:25 PM
Romo at #13... That's about right. Cam and Vick feel a smidge too high.
 
2012-04-05 07:27:10 PM
Done in two.
 
2012-04-05 07:27:22 PM

SoCalSurfer: It certaintly helps to have a defense that's super bowl caliber rather than one that has less agility than a girl in a bathroom stall outside atlanta


Fair point. After all these years it sems downright odd the chargers have never broken through. To me anyway.
 
2012-04-05 07:28:22 PM

Aarontology: 16) Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts: Yes, I'm projecting his selection by the Colts at No. 1. (Pretty bold!) He's not this highly rated for no reason, guys. And you'd take him and his potential for the 2012 season over anyone else between here and 32.

29) Matt Flynn, Seattle Seahawks: He could be higher on this list, but how am I seriously supposed to gauge a guy with two NFL starts in a four-year career?

heh.


Came here to say this. You'll also note he has RGIII, another guy with *no* NFL starts above Flynn.

Glad to see Jake Locker getting some love.

/ Go Dawgs!
 
2012-04-05 07:29:45 PM

timujin: Krymson Tyde: I think everyone can rest assured Luck will be a great QB, I mean the experts making the projections are NEVER wrong.

Luck, Leaf, whatever...


member me?

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2012-04-05 07:29:51 PM
If Joe Flacco is not #1, this list is invalid. I know, because Joe Flacco said so.
 
2012-04-05 07:30:08 PM

GAT_00: Brees is badly overrated by people who mistake a system designed to let anyone throw 4000 yards for quality.


Brees is fantastic. But no, the numbers he's put up the last few that would have meant everything even 5 years ago certainly don't mean as much as they used to.
 
2012-04-05 07:31:37 PM

Rent Party: Aarontology: 16) Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts: Yes, I'm projecting his selection by the Colts at No. 1. (Pretty bold!) He's not this highly rated for no reason, guys. And you'd take him and his potential for the 2012 season over anyone else between here and 32.

29) Matt Flynn, Seattle Seahawks: He could be higher on this list, but how am I seriously supposed to gauge a guy with two NFL starts in a four-year career?

heh.

Came here to say this. You'll also note he has RGIII, another guy with *no* NFL starts above Flynn.

Glad to see Jake Locker getting some love.

/ Go Dawgs!


I wonder if Keith Price will be a better NFL QB someday just like he's been better than Locker in college.
 
2012-04-05 07:32:08 PM

Di Atribe: Hooooooooooold on.... ONE GAME? He dropped the dude 3 spots because of one game?


It was Rodgers' fault his WRs and TE couldn't hold onto passes that hit them in the hands, and fumbled the few times they did hold onto it.

This is really the stupidest list I've ever seen. Might be even stupider than just randomly picking them out of a hat. Holy sh*t.
 
2012-04-05 07:32:33 PM

Aarontology: 16) Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts: Yes, I'm projecting his selection by the Colts at No. 1. (Pretty bold!) He's not this highly rated for no reason, guys. And you'd take him and his potential for the 2012 season over anyone else between here and 32.

29) Matt Flynn, Seattle Seahawks: He could be higher on this list, but how am I seriously supposed to gauge a guy with two NFL starts in a four-year career?

heh.


Also, #29 holds single game passing record for the Green Bay Packers francise...So, there is a little more info to go on there.

But hey, who would you rather have next season...Luck in a Colts uniform or Flynn in a Seahawks uniform. That's like having to decide which turd is for dinner. (I would probably take Flynn though)
 
2012-04-05 07:33:04 PM
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2012-04-05 07:34:29 PM

PowerSlacker: Rent Party: Aarontology: 16) Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts: Yes, I'm projecting his selection by the Colts at No. 1. (Pretty bold!) He's not this highly rated for no reason, guys. And you'd take him and his potential for the 2012 season over anyone else between here and 32.

29) Matt Flynn, Seattle Seahawks: He could be higher on this list, but how am I seriously supposed to gauge a guy with two NFL starts in a four-year career?

heh.

Came here to say this. You'll also note he has RGIII, another guy with *no* NFL starts above Flynn.

Glad to see Jake Locker getting some love.

/ Go Dawgs!

I wonder if Keith Price will be a better NFL QB someday just like he's been better than Locker in college.


I don't know. Price has better feet than Locker, but Locker has a better arm. They've both got pretty good heads. Locker is considerably bigger, though, and that matters when you're getting knocked over by NFL caliber defensive ends on a regular basis.
 
2012-04-05 07:37:16 PM
KP is also shorter. I think he'll be a great college QB (he's already really, really good) but between being rather slight of frame and a bit short I dunno if he'll make it in the NFL.
 
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