Ron Jaworski's top 30 NFL QBs

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    30. Tim Tebow, Jets
    29. Blaine Gabbert, Jags
    28. Christian Ponder, Vikings
    27. Matt Flynn, Seahawks
    26. Matt Moore, Dolphins

    25. Kevin Kolb, Cardinals
    24. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Bills
    23. Mark Sanchez, Jets
    22. Matt Cassel, Chiefs
    21. Carson Palmer, Raiders


    20. Sam Bradford, Rams
    19. Andy Dalton, Bengals
    18. Matt Hasselbeck, Titans
    17. Josh Freeman, Buccaneers
    16. Alex Smith, 49ers
     
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    15. Cam Newton, Panthers
    14. Matthew Stafford, Lions
    13. Matt Schaub, Texans
    12. Michael Vick, Eagles
    11. Matt Ryan, Falcons

    10. Tony Romo, Cowboys
    9. Joe Flacco, Ravens
    8. Jay Cutler, Bears
    7. Philip Rivers, Chargers
    6. Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers
    5. Eli Manning, Giants
    4. Peyton Manning, Broncos

    3. Tom Brady, Patriots
    2. Drew Brees, Saints
    1. Aaron Rodgers Packers
     
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    Three years ago it was Brady and Peyton fighting for who was number 1. In recent years, Brady has fallen back slightly while Peyton is an unknown. He might not even be a top 15 QB anymore.
    I still can't see Jay Cutler as #8. He has never impressed me in big games.

    Interesting how the Class of 2004 QBs Eli, Big Ben and Rivers finished 5, 6 &7
     
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    Who's Ron Jaworski?
     
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    Flaco and Cutler are way too high imo.

    I think he nailed the top 5 though.
     
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    Romo and Cutler are overrated.

    Eli Manning should be ahead of Peyton.

    I agree with the top 3.
     

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