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    Best NFL QB from the 2004 Draft Class? Eli Manning?

    9 seasons later from the 2004 NFL Draft, who is the best quarterback from that class? Big Ben? Eli Manning? Philip Rivers?


    In terms of the regular season it makes the comparisons very close, but once you consider playoff statistics, Super Bowl rings, and overall team record/success, I think Eli Manning has the advantage.


    Eli Manning is the best QB from the 2004 NFL Draft. What do you think?
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    Ben. And it's not even close.

    Ben and Eli both have two rings?


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    Lol its very close between Eli and Ben at this point.

    Both are better than Rivers.

    Schaub is close to Rivers.

    All top ten Qbs...or at least top 11. Semantics.
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    Wow, you just won't let this go will you? I'd be more than happy to provide the numbers again if you'd like. The fact is that Marmol in his best season, put up one of the greatest performances by a reliever in the history of baseball. Better than Rivera? Youre damn right. You can't deny this.
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    At the end of last season I said Eli because he carried his offense. However, Ben has an additional Super Bowl appearance. But more importantly he also has been outplaying Eli thus far this season with the addition of Todd Hailey at coordinator while having a worse run game than Eli thus far.

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    Ben = Eli

    You could argue that Ben has better regular season stats and is a better game manager than Eli

    You could argue the stats of Eli in the clutch and the leadership he has on offense.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BlaqOptic View Post
    At the end of last season I said Eli because he carried his offense. However, Ben has an additional Super Bowl appearance. But more importantly he also has been outplaying Eli thus far this season with the addition of Todd Hailey at coordinator while having a worse run game than Eli thus far.
    It's been three games.
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    Ben's better than Eli and Phillip is debatable.


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    Rivers

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    I think it's close between all three but gun to my head and I have to choose one, I probably take Ben.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B'sCeltsPatsSox View Post
    Ben's better than Eli and Phillip is debatable.
    Have you ever noticed there's not very many non Steeler fans who really like Big Ben?
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    Its debatable within our fan base just how much Kaepernick's improved, and if it will be sustained or not, but what no one has had the nerve to say is that he hasn't improved at all.
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    He isn't improved at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyfromNeptune View Post
    It's been three games.
    And I see no reason for it to stop... Ben's one weakness has been his refusal to checkdown... Well now the overwhelming majority of his routes are short ones to make him do so and it reflects. Plus we have no halfbacks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NormSizedMidget View Post
    Have you ever noticed there's not very many non Steeler fans who really like Big Ben?
    I am a non Steeler fan and like big Ben as a player...a lot. His ability to keep a play alive is epic. But, he is a real dirt bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NormSizedMidget View Post
    Have you ever noticed there's not very many non Steeler fans who really like Big Ben?
    Love him as a player.


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    I say Ben, but I'm surprised others are saying Ben. Good to see him getting some love.






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    Its Eli easy or easy E whatever you wanna call it. Ben coming in second. And Rivers well, I guess playing in the AFC West has its perks, but when you play a real team then you get destroyed 27-3
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