Quarterback Rankings

The JMRA Quarterback Rankings – Week 5

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Phil Rivers is not a happy man these days after last Sunday’s 35-27 loss to the Oakland Raiders. However, Rivers and his offense is on a record setting pace.

Such a start nearly propelled Rivers to number one contender status in this week’s Top 10.

Meanwhile, our heavyweight champion is in on shaky ground after an underwhelming performance in Arizona.


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Top 10 Contenders

Pos. Player Team Score LW
1. Peyton Manning IND 91.6 (1)
2. Tom Brady NE 89.0 (2)
3. Phil Rivers SD 87.1 (10)
4. Kyle Orton DEN 86.5 (6)
5. Jay Cutler CHI 86.3 (4)
6. Michael Vick PHI 85.0 (7)
7. Aaron Rodgers GB 84.2 (3)
8. Tony Romo DAL 83.7 (8)
9. David Garrard JAX 83.6 (NR)
10. Matt Ryan ATL 82.3 (NR)

Dropped out: Matt Schaub, Mark Sanchez

The Job Squad – The Bottom 10

Pos. Player Team Score LW
1. Matt Moore CAR 52.1 (1)
2. Jimmy Clausen CAR 55.9 (2)
3. Derek Anderson ARI 64.2 (4)
4. Bruce Gradkowski OAK 66.4 (10)
5. Sam Bradford STL 66.8 (NR)
6. Brett Favre MIN 67.1 (9)
7. Alex Smith SF 69.5 (6)
8. Matt Cassel KC 70.9 (NR)
9. Jason Campbell OAK 72.3 (5)
10. Joe Flacco BAL 72.6 (NR)

Dropped out: Shaun Hill, Kevin Kolb, Trent Edwards (no longer qualifies based off of number of games played).

This collection of players represents the worst of 2010 to date with the worst performer at the top of charts and working from there in descending order.

It was a rough week for Sam Bradford and Matt Cassel. Meanwhile, Brett Favre fired his 500th career touchdown pass but failed to leave bottom feeder status thanks to throwing a pick six versus the Jets.

From this week’s job squad, it’s pretty clear why Carolina is 0-5. By the numbers, they possess the NFL’s least productive quarterback combo.

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