Quarterback Rankings

The JMRA Quarterback Rankings – Week 8

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It appears the Dallas Cowboys are determined to play a significant role in determining the top 10 of our JMRA Quarterback Rankings.

For the second straight week, a quarterback vaulted to the third position thanks to the now impotent Dallas defense.

Two Mondays ago, it was Eli Manning. This week’s winner was David Garrard.

The Jacksonville Jaguar threw four touchdowns passes to lead his team to victory in Dallas and to an improved ranking.

Meanwhile, it’s official: Donovan McNabb is in pure freefall mode after his fourth quarter benching in Detroit. This week, he joins Charlie Fulton territory as a jobber.


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Pos. Player Team Score LW
1. Peyton Manning IND 96.9 (1)
2. Tom Brady NE 92.2 (2)
3. David Garrard JAX 90.7 (NR)
4. Philip Rivers SD 89.1 (7)
5. Eli Manning NYG 87.1 (3)
6. Matt Ryan ATL 86.9 (4)
7. Tony Romo DAL 86.3 (6)
8. Matt Schaub HOU 85.0 (5)
9. Michael Vick PHI 85.0 (8)
10. Vince Young TEN 84.9 (10)

Dropped out: Aaron Rodgers

The wind and Jets defense conspired to knock Rodgers out of the Top 10 for the first time this season.

Finally, Michael Vick will return to action as the starter on Sunday versus Indy for the first time since early October. Thus, we’ll should get some significant movement out of the bottom part of the Top 10.


Pos. Player Team Score LW
1. Jimmy Clausen CAR 55.9 (1)
2. Matt Moore CAR 62.6 (3)
3. Derek Anderson ARI 65.3 (2)
4. Bruce Gradkowski OAK 66.4 (4)
5. Brett Favre MIN 69.2 (5)
6. Alex Smith SF 71.0 (7)
7. Matt Hasselbeck SEA 71.6 (NR)
8. Shaun Hill DET 74.4 (10)
9. Donovan McNabb WAS 74.8 (NR)
10. Sam Bradford STL 75.4 (6)

Dropped out: Charlie Batch, Jason Campbell

Aside from Mike Shanahan’s craziness, McNabb’s woes are well beyond one game. He is laboring with his inaccuracy and considerable lack of weapons in Washington.

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