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NFL QBs: Who is number 3, 4, 5?

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by DanOregon, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. DanOregon

    DanOregon Well-Known Member

    Seems pretty clear that Peyton and Tom Brady are the top two QBs in the league right now, but who are the next three? I've never seen the position at a lower ebb in my lifetime. With Brett Favre, I'm guessing they're the only lock Hall of Famers in the league.

    I've got
    3. Drew Brees
    4. Matt Hasselback
    5. Marc Bulger
  2. John Drama

    John Drama New Member

    How you could put those three ahead of Carson Palmer is beyond me. I think he's a lock for 3.
  3. broadway joe

    broadway joe Guest

    Yep, Carson Palmer is definitely ahead of those three.

    Also, why is this on the journalism board?
  4. palmer and brees for sure
  5. Double Down

    Double Down Well-Known Member

    For my money, Carson Palmer writes the best gamer. He never misses deadline, and is always clean. Whenever we need him to file running copy, he's crisp and interesting.

    Drew Brees is a solid beat guy. Rarely gets beat. Works his corners. He'll break news, then come back with a decent feature for the weekend.

    Lot of people think Matt Leinart is going to be an 'effin stud. Everyone I know is talking about all the narrative pieces he was churning out in college. He'll be at a major metro or a magazine within two years. If you don't believe me, you're a jealous hack.

    On the other hand, I once sent Rex Grossman to cover a girl softball double header, and he misspelled the name of the coach, asked the star player for her digits, couldn't get his computer to work, spilled mustard on the keyboard, and forgot to keep stats. It was a disaster. Luckily, Devin Hester and Lance Briggs were working the desk, and they were able to bail him out for the umpteenth time.
  6. Full of Shit

    Full of Shit Member

    That are some funny shit, DD.
  7. Jesus_Muscatel

    Jesus_Muscatel Well-Known Member

    That handle is some funny shit, FOS.
  8. In Cold Blood

    In Cold Blood Member

    Carson Palmer is the clear No. 3.
    Too bad the cincy front office is too busy bailing players out of jail to actually go out and find a defense.
  9. Oz

    Oz Well-Known Member

    3. Derek Anderson
    4. Joey Harrington
    5. Rex Grossman or J.P. Losman
  10. amraeder

    amraeder Well-Known Member

    3. Carson Palmer
    4. umm, serious drop off here. McNabb?
    5. Bulger? Hasselback? Favre?
    Damn, the NFL needs more good QBs. I'm probably forgetting someone, though.
  11. mike311gd

    mike311gd Active Member

    3. Palmer
    4. Bulger
    5. McNabb
  12. DanOregon

    DanOregon Well-Known Member

    Thanks for fixing the topic Moddy.
    Speaking of who is number 3, 4, and 5, who are the best QBs by uniform number in the Super Bowl era? Some are easy, though I'm torn on 12. Bradshaw, Brady or Staubach?
    1. Warren Moon
    2. Flutie? Aaron Brooks?
    3. Jeff George?
    4. Favre
    5. Kerry Collins?
    6. Bubby?
    7. Elway
    8. Steve Young, narrowly over Aikman
    9. McMahon?
    10. Fran Tarkenton
    11. Phil Simms
    12. Go with the rings, Bradshaw
    13. Marino
    14. Dan Fouts
    15. Jeff Hostetler?
    16. Joe Montana
    17. Billy Kilmer? Doug Williams?
    18. Peyton
    19. Johnny U.
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