Quarterback Rankings

The JMRA Quarterback Rankings – Week 7

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So…let’s recap what we’ve seen over the last week.

The Vikings diagnosed Brett Favre with two fractures in his left ankle on Monday following a three interception performance in 28-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers.

Monday night, Tony Romo broke his left clavicle during the first half of a 41-35 loss to Eli Manning and the suddenly ferocious New York Giants. The Cowboys quarterback will miss six to eight weeks.

Yep. Pretty quiet week.

A hectic Week 7 led to another shakeup in the spots after Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, who own a stranglehold on the top contender positions.

By the way, Ben Roethlisberger will enter the rankings once he has appeared in half of his team’s games.

JMRA WORLD CHAMPION:

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DREW BREES, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (89.8)

THE TOP 10

Pos. Player Team Score LW
1. Peyton Manning IND 95.5 (1)
2. Tom Brady NE 90.6 (2)
3. Eli Manning NYG 87.1 (NR)
4. Matt Ryan ATL 86.9 (NR)
5. Matt Schaub HOU 86.6 (3)
6. Tony Romo DAL 86.3 (5)
7. Phil Rivers SD 86.0 (4)
8. Michael Vick PHI 85.0 (7)
9. Aaron Rodgers GB 84.1 (10)
10. Vince Young TEN 83.4 (9)

Dropped out: Kyle Orton, Kevin Kolb

Philadelphia’s second half shortage led to Kolb’s failure to stay in the top 10. Posting a quarterback rating of 56.9 will likely drop you in any mathematical formula. Meanwhile, Orton’s pass-happy Broncos have run into some ornery secondaries over the past few weeks (Oak, Balt., NYJ) as his star continues to dull.

THE JOB SQUAD – THE BOTTOM 10

Pos. Player Team Score LW
1. Jimmy Clausen CAR 55.9 (1)
2. Derek Anderson ARI 63.2 (3)
3. Matt Moore CAR 63.3 (2)
4. Bruce Gradkowski OAK 66.4 (5)
5. Brett Favre MIN 68.6 (8)
6. Sam Bradford STL 70.4 (6)
7. Alex Smith SF 71.0 (7)
8. Jason Campbell OAK 71.1 (4)
9. Charlie Batch PIT 74.3 (9)
10. Shaun Hill DET 74.4 (10)

Dropped out:  None

Brett Favre’s play as of late is sending towards the top of the charts. Playing on a bum left ankle will not help matters.

The biggest news from the bottom of the food chain is Donovan McNabb, who is poised to jump into Job Squad status.

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