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(NFL)   Only two QBs in the history of the NFL have recorded wins against all 32 NFL teams. If Drew Brees wins this weekend, he will become the third   ( nfl.com) divider line
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2018-10-18 05:08:21 PM  
Power rankings #4 vs #5. I have no idea who's gonna win.
 
2018-10-18 06:15:38 PM  
So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.
 
2018-10-18 08:38:40 PM  
Brady's still better than Manning, Favre and Brees.
 
2018-10-18 08:40:56 PM  
Stop trying to make Drew Brees matter.

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2018-10-18 08:41:41 PM  

davidphogan: So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.


https://www.pro-football-reference.co​m​/friv/qb-wins.htm

This was a convenient find.  I thought I was going to have homework.  I Never would have looked up Kerry Collins
 
2018-10-18 08:41:46 PM  

willfullyobscure: Brady's still better than Manning, Favre and Brees.


He was certainly a better backup at Michigan.
 
2018-10-18 08:51:08 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: davidphogan: So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.

https://www.pro-football-reference.com​/friv/qb-wins.htm

This was a convenient find.  I thought I was going to have homework.  I Never would have looked up Kerry Collins


That's awesome, thanks for finding it!
 
2018-10-18 08:54:05 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: davidphogan: So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.

https://www.pro-football-reference.com​/friv/qb-wins.htm

This was a convenient find.  I thought I was going to have homework.  I Never would have looked up Kerry Collins


I like that Alex Smith hasn't beaten either of his former teams.
 
2018-10-18 08:58:20 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: davidphogan: So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.

https://www.pro-football-reference.com​/friv/qb-wins.htm

This was a convenient find.  I thought I was going to have homework.  I Never would have looked up Kerry Collins


So Joe Montana and Fran Tarkington beat every team in the league just there weren't 32
 
2018-10-18 09:17:25 PM  
How do you beat your own team?
 
2018-10-18 09:22:01 PM  

soopey: How do you beat your own team?


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2018-10-18 09:22:04 PM  

soopey: How do you beat your own team?


Brees was with the Chargers when they beat the Saints
 
2018-10-18 09:25:18 PM  

TheManofPA: soopey: How do you beat your own team?

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Looking at that pic I think he's beat his own team into submission many times.
 
2018-10-18 09:27:01 PM  

TheManofPA: soopey: How do you beat your own team?

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Part of why I laugh at the article talking about how great Baltimore's defense is.

Yeah, they held Cleveland + Nathan Peterman + Tennessee to a total of 15 points. They're maybe OK against actual teams, but don't try to convince me that a low scoring average, when half your schedule is that trash, means anything.
 
2018-10-18 09:43:55 PM  

Aezetyr: soopey: How do you beat your own team?

Brees was with the Chargers when they beat the Saints


Damn, I forgot he played for the Chargers. I'm getting old.
 
2018-10-18 10:15:47 PM  

IAmRight: Nana's Vibrator: davidphogan: So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.

https://www.pro-football-reference.com​/friv/qb-wins.htm

This was a convenient find.  I thought I was going to have homework.  I Never would have looked up Kerry Collins

I like that Alex Smith hasn't beaten either of his former teams.


As a Chiefs fan, I know that Alex Smith will likely never set any other record than something involving interception differentials.
 
2018-10-18 10:16:30 PM  

interstellar_tedium: Nana's Vibrator: davidphogan: So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.

https://www.pro-football-reference.com​/friv/qb-wins.htm

This was a convenient find.  I thought I was going to have homework.  I Never would have looked up Kerry Collins

So Joe Montana and Fran Tarkington beat every team in the league just there weren't 32


Montana was the one I just assumed would have. Forgot they added 2 teams after he retired.
 
2018-10-18 10:19:56 PM  

IAmRight: TheManofPA: soopey: How do you beat your own team?

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Part of why I laugh at the article talking about how great Baltimore's defense is.

Yeah, they held Cleveland + Nathan Peterman + Tennessee to a total of 15 points. They're maybe OK against actual teams, but don't try to convince me that a low scoring average, when half your schedule is that trash, means anything.


December 9th. Ravens at Chiefs. The Ravens D will be put to task.

Yes, I know the Chiefs D is #30-32 on a good day.
 
2018-10-18 11:00:17 PM  

davidphogan: So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.


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2018-10-18 11:01:20 PM  

soopey: How do you beat your own team?


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2018-10-18 11:06:56 PM  

Nana's Vibrator: davidphogan: So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.

https://www.pro-football-reference.com​/friv/qb-wins.htm

This was a convenient find.  I thought I was going to have homework.  I Never would have looked up Kerry Collins


Wow. Those 5 with 31 teams. One of those things is not like the others.
 
2018-10-18 11:22:51 PM  

Theaetetus: davidphogan: So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.

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He would be great, if he wasn't a cheater.  Every record and every title are suspect.  Don't like that?  Be mad at him for cheating.
 
2018-10-18 11:29:36 PM  

chuggernaught: Theaetetus: davidphogan: So any QB that plays for one team their whole career can't achieve this record, which makes it a little silly. Plus the league only has had 32 teams recently enough that it eliminates lots of players from earlier eras.

I'm curious how many QB's have beaten every active team they didn't play for.

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He would be great, if he wasn't a cheater.  Every record and every title are suspect.  Don't like that?  Be mad at him for cheating.


https://yourteamcheats.com/
 
2018-10-19 11:37:18 AM  
Wow, never would have thought that Brees (ie: the Saints) haven't beaten the Ravens yet...I know they only play each other every 4 years but...huh, still surprises me.

/go Brees! :)
 
2018-10-19 12:00:17 PM  
chuggernaught:
He would be great, if he wasn't a cheater.  Every record and every title are suspect.  Don't like that?  Be mad at him for cheating.

/jackingoffmotion
 
2018-10-19 12:38:03 PM  
I'm sure Brady shreds this New England defense everyday in practice though for what it's worth.
 
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