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  • Who is the NFC's best QB?

    After 2 weeks who do you think rules the gridiron?
    75
    Culpepper
    12.00%
    9
    Warner
    13.33%
    10
    McNabb
    22.67%
    17
    Bulger
    36.00%
    27
    Favre
    9.33%
    7
    other
    6.67%
    5

  • #2
    Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

    There's no question in my mind that at this point it's clearly Donovan McNabb.

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    • #3
      Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

      Agreed. I just wish TO was not benefiting from him.

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      • #4
        Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

        McNabb indeed looks head and shoulders above the rest at this point. I'm with Av, seeing Owens' flourish is a bitter pill to swallow.

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        • #5
          Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

          For someone to say Mcscab just tells me they're thinking of the team and not the QB!
          Just because he's doing good right now doesn't erase his multiple past mistakes that you will see again soon enough, I promise.

          Even on drugs, Rush was right!
          Last edited by PTHOR; -10-12-2004, 01:46 PM.

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          • #6
            Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

            After Week 5, no one could vote against Culpepper.

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            • #7
              Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

              After Week 5, no one could vote against Culpepper.
              TX I agree Culpepper is play very well, but Marc leads them all in yards.

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              • #8
                Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

                After five weeks, the answer is Daunte Culpepper, in my opinion.

                -72.7% completion percentage (best in the NFC)
                -1,341 yards (2nd best in NFC)
                -8.94 yards per pass (best in the NFC)
                -13 TDs (best in the NFC)
                -1 interception (best in the NFC)

                I think Culpepper right now is not only the best QB in the NFC, but best in the league.

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                • #9
                  Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

                  Best qb in the league is by far and away manning.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

                    You are right GSOT, but the question was the NFC not the whole NFL.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

                      Bulger is the most accurate QB in the league.Give him the o-line McNabb has or brady etc,and he lights up the NFL brighter than Warner did, give him the team.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

                        MCNABB he proves it beacuse he could b like micheal vick and run away and have no talent in my opinon but he steps up and stays in the pocket and porves he has power and acc. thats y i think he is a triple threat

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                        • #13
                          Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

                          Originally posted by psycho9985
                          Bulger is the most accurate QB in the league.Give him the o-line McNabb has or brady etc,and he lights up the NFL brighter than Warner did, give him the team.
                          He lights it up better than Warner did? Sorry Bulger has quite a long way to go to make that status. When Warner had a line he was Unmatchable. And if we had that line still, Bulger would still be a back up!

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                          • #14
                            Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

                            Originally posted by theodus69
                            He lights it up better than Warner did? Sorry Bulger has quite a long way to go to make that status. When Warner had a line he was Unmatchable. And if we had that line still, Bulger would still be a back up!
                            But the question was refering to this year. Not back in 1999. Now, based off that (and maybe some Homerism) I went with Bulgar. If you just take the QB skills, I think MB has better control of the game than any of the others this year. I agree, you put him behind a solid line and I think he would be better than any other in the NFC this year.
                            This space for rent...

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                            • #15
                              Re: Who is the NFC's best QB?

                              A QB is only as good as his team in most cases. Bulger is no exception. And I wasn't referring to 99, I was a little stumped when some one said Bulger lit it up better than Warner.Unless he ment this year and warner had the worst line in football! Bulger has shown flashes of brilliance..yes , but he also has stunk up the field just as much! This team stinks right now and to put bulger in the top 8 in the NFC is a little favoritism for your teams QB!

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                                How often does the first QB selected in the draft prove to be the best QB?

                                To answer this, I looked at the drafts from 1997-2007 (a fairly easy task thanks to Wikipedia) to see how often the first QB selected proved to be the most effective pro (I stopped there, as it is a bit too soon to evaluate the QBs from the last two drafts).

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                                Year/First QB Selected/Best Pro (round selected)

                                1997 Jim Druckenmiller/Jake Delhomme (U)
                                Not a very good QB year. Jake Plummer was a 2nd round pick, but I think Delhomme has had a better career. Druckenmiller never caught on.

                                1998 Peyton Manning/Peyton Manning (1)
                                By selecting Manning over Ryan Leaf, the Colts obtained not only the best QB in the draft, but the best in the decade.

                                1999 Tim Couch/Donovan McNabb (1)
                                Reverse of 1998. The best QB was the second pick, while the first one selected was a major disappointment.

                                2000 Chad Pennington/Tom Brady (6)
                                Pennington, a mid-first round pick, has been good, but Brady has been a true late round find.

                                2001 Michael Vick/Drew Brees (2)
                                Brees may not have reached his peak yet, while Vick is trying to comeback from his low point.

                                2002 David Carr/David Garrard (4)
                                Not a good QB draft.

                                2003 Carson Palmer/Carson Palmer (1)
                                Palmer lived up to his draft status. Notable, though, that the next best QB in 2003, Tony Romo, was undrafted.

                                2004 Eli Manning/Ben Roethlisberger (1)
                                Great QB draft. Big Ben edges Eli and Philip Rivers, but its close.

                                2005 Alex Smith/Aaron Rogers (1)
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                                2006 Vince Young/Jay Cutler (1)
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                                2007 Jamarcus Russell/Trent Edwards (3)
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