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#30 : February 12, 2011, 03:02:01 AM

1. Aaron Rodgers
2. Ben Roethlisberger
3. Philip Rivers
4. Josh Freeman
5. Matt Ryan

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#31 : February 12, 2011, 03:15:43 AM

6. Sam Bradford
7. Joe Flacco
8. Mark Sanchez

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#32 : February 12, 2011, 08:30:16 AM

Big Ben anybody??

He obviously completely forgot about him.   LOL!   What a garbage article.


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#33 : February 12, 2011, 08:32:28 AM

I just don't get this love fest the media has with Bradford.  I guess time will tell.

Compare his rookie season to Freeman's.   No need to say any more.


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#34 : February 12, 2011, 09:49:20 AM

I just don't get this love fest the media has with Bradford.  I guess time will tell.

Compare his rookie season to Freeman's.   No need to say any more.

Steven Jackson makes it real easy.


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#35 : February 12, 2011, 10:01:04 AM

Matt Ryan's pretty good.

Matt Ryan came into the league in a nearly perfect situation for a QB. Very good receivers and a great back and running game. He really hasn't improved all that much. He's a decent QB who may have already hit his ceiling. I don't think he belongs in the top 5 as listed in the original article.

I think Ryan is a notch above Matt Hasselbeck, who is NFL-average.


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#36 : February 12, 2011, 10:05:22 AM

I just don't get this love fest the media has with Bradford.  I guess time will tell.

Compare his rookie season to Freeman's.   No need to say any more.

Steven Jackson makes it real easy.

St. Louis was 25th in the league in rushing this year.


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#37 : February 12, 2011, 10:57:08 AM

I just don't get this love fest the media has with Bradford.  I guess time will tell.

Compare his rookie season to Freeman's.   No need to say any more.

Steven Jackson makes it real easy.

St. Louis was 25th in the league in rushing this year.

Every team went into the game to stop Jackson.


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#38 : February 12, 2011, 02:21:11 PM

Every team went into the game to stop Jackson.

And they succeeded.  Bradford still carried their offense, with crap at WR.

It's not like your boy Sanchez in NY when they had the #1 rush offense when he was a rookie.


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#39 : February 12, 2011, 10:41:42 PM

Biggs taking failing to a new level. Sanchez was Java's boy.


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#40 : February 12, 2011, 10:57:35 PM

Biggs taking failing to a new level. Sanchez was Java's boy.


You must have forgotten your emo rant on Sanchez.  It's easy to do, since it was waaaaaay back in the middle of January:


Sanchez has looke dbetter today than he has all season and probably better than Freeman all season as well.

Freeman is 0-0 in the playoffs. If this score holds up Sanchez will be 4-1 in the playoffs and will have played a flawless game tonight.

Simply because Sanchez is in the playoffs and Freeman couldn't beat the Lions at home.

Well Hate you don't have to worry about it.. Sanchez is winning playoff games and our guy is busy losing at home to the Lions.


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#41 : February 12, 2011, 11:14:45 PM

You must have forgotten your emo rant on Sanchez.  It's easy to do, since it was waaaaaay back in the middle of January:


LMAO @ "emo rant." That is some good stuff. And since i have him on ignore, i didn't realize i'd been mentioned as well.

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 I thought Lovie said he wanted quickness & speed, even at the QB position?

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#42 : February 13, 2011, 12:48:46 AM

Bradford had a good rookie season but he is being completely over hyped right now. There is no way he is better than Freeman right now

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#43 : February 13, 2011, 02:49:44 AM

Biggs taking failing to a new level. Sanchez was Java's boy.


You must have forgotten your emo rant on Sanchez.  It's easy to do, since it was waaaaaay back in the middle of January:


Sanchez has looke dbetter today than he has all season and probably better than Freeman all season as well.

Freeman is 0-0 in the playoffs. If this score holds up Sanchez will be 4-1 in the playoffs and will have played a flawless game tonight.

Simply because Sanchez is in the playoffs and Freeman couldn't beat the Lions at home.

Well Hate you don't have to worry about it.. Sanchez is winning playoff games and our guy is busy losing at home to the Lions.

All of those were the truth. Sanchez played the best game of his career that day. You have failed miserably again.


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#44 : February 13, 2011, 04:42:24 AM

I just don't get this love fest the media has with Bradford.  I guess time will tell.

Compare his rookie season to Freeman's.   No need to say any more.

Steven Jackson makes it real easy.

It wasn't so easy for Bulger or Boller in 2009.    Maybe you haven't seen Bradford play.   That guy is a good QB.   To play at the level he did as a rookie is amazing.

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