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(ESPN)   ESPN's QBR scores have Philip Rivers behind such greats as Tannehill, Cutler, Dalton, Fitzpatrick, Palmer, Cassel, Freeman, Gabbert, Hasselbeck, and even Russel Wilson. At least he beat Mark Sanchez, if there's any consolation in that   (espn.go.com) divider line 3
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2012-10-24 02:24:06 PM
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Orgasmatron138: I have a better QB rating system. There's Great, Good, and Bad.

Every QB falls into one of these three categories. Arguing placement within the category is useless because of how much of a team sport football is.


There's a few more categories than that. "Great", "Good", "Competent". "Bad", "Rex Grossman".

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2012-10-24 10:36:49 AM
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Spike Lee's Favorite Farker: RGIII is the best QB in the NFL at this point. Until the stat takes into account sacks avoided, WR'shiat right between the numbers and QB rushing yards when no other option existed then it is meaningless.


We get it. He's black.
2012-10-24 10:07:15 AM
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Eli at number 2, while Rodgers is all the way down at number 7. The cracks in the armor are starting to show. Aaron is a good qb, but not the next Brady, or Eli.
 
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