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Hello friends. If you recall, we crowned a world champion of quarterbacks, Drew Brees, prior to the start of the regular season.
Throughout the season, we’ll provide rankings to show who is at the top of the quarterbacking food chain.
These rankings were compiled utilizing the following factors:
- Completion Percentage
- TD/Int Ratio
- Yards Per Completion
- Road Wins
The only direct flaw with the system is factoring in strength of opponent, which will be thrown into the mix after the first quarter of the season wraps up.
The biggest surprise while putting this together? This particular system favors Vince Young despite his Week 2 benching versus Pittsburgh and Jeff Fisher signing off game plans transported from the early ’70s.
JMRA WORLD CHAMPION:
DREW BREES, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
1. Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts
2. Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears
3. Tom Brady, New England Patriots
4. Matt Schaub, Houston Texans
5. Vince Young, Tennessee Titans
6. Michael Vick, Philadelphia Eagles
7. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
8. Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys
9. Kyle Orton, Denver Broncos
10. Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
THE JOB SQUAD – THE BOTTOM 10
This collection of players represent the worst of 2010 to date with the worst performer at the top of charts and working from there in descending order.
1. Matt Moore, Carolina Panthers
2. Trent Edwards, Jacksonville Jaguars
3. Jason Campbell, Oakland Raiders
4. Bruce Gradkowski, Oakland Raiders
5. Derek Anderson, Arizona Cardinals
6. Shaun Hill, Detroit Lions
7. Alex Smith, San Francisco 49ers
8. Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens
9. Sam Bradford, St. Louis Rams
10. Brett Favre, Minnesota Vikings
Categories: Quarterback Rankings