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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
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
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.
Categories: Quarterback Rankings