Discussion in 'Sports' started by Rocko, Jan 6, 2013.
I think it has to be Rogers
Although I am a Washington Redskins fan, and I like RGIII, you can't argue that Rogers is the best quarterback playing today. I also like the Packers. You are spot on with your pick.
Peyton Manning. The Packers without Rodgers are still a decent team capable of making the playoffs. The Broncos without Manning... Scratch that- the Colts without Manning, well, you saw what happened. Aaron Rodgers is a close second, but he's not as good as Manning.
You forgot to include Romo in the poll..........
He is at the top of my poll for best quarterback for the first 58 minutes of a game
Ya I have to admit...
When Brady, Rodgers, and Romo played the Seahawks this year it was so scary!!
Those guys are so good that they played much of the game lying on their backs. That's hubris!
Either Brady or Manning. Rodgers close behind.
Rodgers has Pro Bowl receivers all around him. Brady and Manning have done it without a lot of quality at times.
This from a New England Patriots fan:
Aaron Rodgers is the best quarterback in the NFL. Extremely accurate, great pocket awareness, and very mobile.
Then it is a tossup between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. They are basically the same type of quarterback.
Peyton Manning has had some great receivers over the years. Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark, etc. Manning has had some great running backs, too. Edgerrin James,
Dominic Rhodes, Joseph Addai were all very good, with James being the best.
Tom Brady has NOT had a stable of great receivers over the years. He's had very average receivers to below average receivers to work with for most of his career, with the exception of the 2-3 years that Randy Moss was reborn. Brady has not exactly had a consistent running game either. He has had to get by with retreads and rejects and failed draft picks.
Imagine if Tom Brady would have had a Jerry Rice to pass to, or an Adrian Peterson to hand the ball off too? I wonder how many more Super Bowls the Patriots would have won.
Rodgers is accurate but a big reason is his corp of receivers are open a lot. The starting four Packer receivers are all better than the best receiver on the Pats.
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