Despite going head to head this week, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning did not budge from their Week 10 spots.
TB12 stays at number one while another shuffling act happens throughout the Top 10.
After a hail mary propelled David Garrard to number two last week, he was not as lucky in Week 11
Garrard’s winning effort versus Cleveland did not save him from dropping to number seven.
One week after the bye, Philip Rivers and the Chargers crushed Denver on Monday night, which allowed the San Diego signal caller to climb to number two.
JMRA WORLD CHAMPION:
DREW BREES, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (97.7)
THE TOP 10
Dropped out: Eli Manning, Kyle Orton
Prime-time was not a friend to either Manning or Orton. First, Peyton’s brother threw three interceptions on Sunday night in Philadelphia in a Giant loss.
One night later, Orton and the Broncos fell to San Diego 35-14. The Broncos offensive line allowed five sacks; while Denver’s game plan unsuccessfully went to a quick screen game that fell flat.
The BOTTOM 10
Dropped out: Matt Hasselbeck
The Green Bay Packers brought the curtain down on the Brad Childress era in Minnesota. As a result, Brett Favre plummets near the bottom of our rankings.
Incredibly, one of the most celebrated quarterbacks in NFL history is now in danger of breaking bread with Matt Moore and Jimmy Clausen.
Categories: Quarterback Rankings