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    Best QB in the NFC East???

    Donovan Mcnabb, Eli Manning, or Tony Romo.


    All 3 are pro bowl quality players, but how would you rank em 1 to 3?

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    1.McNabb
    2.Romo
    3.Manning
    Here we come

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire&Ice2&33 View Post
    1.McNabb
    2.Romo
    3.Manning
    This. Number 4 is Kevin Kolb. No pun intended. I mean he's the 4th best QB in the NFC East, not that he wears #4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ring91013144043 View Post
    This. Number 4 is Kevin Kolb. No pun intended. I mean he's the 4th best QB in the NFC East, not that he wears #4.
    Lol yeah...it was funny when I first read this bc Jason Campbell wasn't even listed! But I think Kolb will be a solid QB, now I dont think he will be better than McNabb! But only time will tell
    Here we come

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    Romo, McNabb, Manning.

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    1.Romo
    2.Kitna
    3. Kolb
    4. Vick
    5. Campbell
    6.Patrick Crayton (he used to be a QB in college)
    7. Steve (he is my neighbor. Doesnt play professionally, but he can throw a spiral.)
    8. Mcnabb
    9. Eli

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawz View Post
    1.Romo
    2.Kitna
    3. Kolb
    4. Vick
    5. Campbell
    6.Patrick Crayton (he used to be a QB in college)
    7. Steve (he is my neighbor. Doesnt play professionally, but he can throw a spiral.)
    8. Mcnabb
    9. Eli
    lmao. I can't believe people are still putting McNabb ahead of Romo, but whatever. At least he's in the playoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawz View Post
    1.Romo
    2.Kitna
    3. Kolb
    4. Vick
    5. Campbell
    6.Patrick Crayton (he used to be a QB in college)
    7. Steve (he is my neighbor. Doesnt play professionally, but he can throw a spiral.)
    8. Mcnabb
    9. Eli
    Funny Like it though

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    It kills me to say it but Tony Romo should obviously be considered a better quarterback than Donovan McNabb right now, just like how McNabb should have been considered better than Romo after last year. Any Eagles fan that takes Eli or McNabb over Romo is either a homer or ignorant.

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    Why shouldnt eli be over Romo? he has a ring and puts up similar stats....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giants99 View Post
    Why shouldnt eli be over Romo? he has a ring and puts up similar stats....
    Oh because Eli's amazing 17 point performance in a Superbowl two years ago should be really relevant to now right? Stop living in the past. Eli Manning had his best statistical year by far this year and didn't even come close to Romo's numbers. Tony Romo's been playing quarterback as great as anybody has in the NFL over the last several weeks, and it's gotten the Cowboys to the divisional round. Eli Manning fell apart when it mattered and it's a solid reason the Giants are sitting out right now. Blame as much of the disappointment season as you want on the defense, but in the end it was Eli Manning who had those pathetic games in key losses to the Saints, Cards, Eagles (first), Broncos, and the Panthers. It takes both offensive and defensive failures for a team to get ripped apart like the Giants did a few times this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ring91013144043 View Post
    This. Number 4 is Kevin Kolb. No pun intended. I mean he's the 4th best QB in the NFC East, not that he wears #4.
    I think it is this:

    1: Romo
    2: Kolb---- i'm telling you this guy is ridiculous, i have little proof though lol
    3:McNabb
    4:Manning
    5:Campbell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giants99 View Post
    Why shouldnt eli be over Romo? he has a ring and puts up similar stats....
    Dude, Eli is an above average to solid QB. He is ok..... He isn't better than Romo. Romo has done nothing but perform in the regular season. That is the biggest sample size and it's all i really care about.

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    If we're looking at this past year only it's probably:

    1. Romo
    2. Manning
    3. McNabb

    Total yards
    Romo: 4483
    Manning: 4021
    McNabb: 3553*

    *It should be noted that McNabb had 2 fewer games than Romo and Manning, so I will include total YPG next.

    YPG
    Romo: 280.2
    McNabb: 253.8
    Manning: 251.3

    This averages out everyone's performance/game. When this is done (and we factor out the extra games that Romo and Manning had) Romo still comes out ~30 yards higher than both Manning and McNabb, and the other two are nearly identical, with the slight edge going to McNabb.

    TD/INT
    Romo: 26/9
    Manning: 27/14
    McNabb: 22/10

    Romo is clearly the best of the three yet again. McNabb and Manning are again very close. Manning has 5 more TD's and 4 more INT's.

    Completion %
    Romo: 63.1
    Manning: 62.3
    McNabb: 60.3

    By far the closest stat for these three. All very good, and coincidentally the same order that I would rank their performance this year.

    Passer Rating
    Romo: 97.6
    Manning: 93.1
    McNabb: 92.9

    Again, same order I would place these three guys this year.


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    If we're looking at career stats, then it's:

    1. Romo
    2. McNabb
    3. Manning

    Although this is difficult to justify because of the disparity between the amount of time that these three guys have been in the league. Obviously a clear leader can only really be determined after their careers are over. As a snapshot of right now though, this is the right order when looking at their entire body of work to date.
    Last edited by Zep; 01-16-2010 at 01:14 PM.


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