Peyton Manning held the number one contender spot in our rankings for the first six weeks of tracking QB play.
Now, after throwing four more picks on Sunday, he is in danger of falling out of the Top 10.
Meanwhile, some guy in New England expanded his lead to what might be an insurmountable margin with four games left to go.
A title change might be in store after the first week in February…or perhaps, sooner.
JMRA WORLD CHAMPION:
DREW BREES, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (103.3)
THE TOP 10
Dropped out: Eli Manning, Kyle Orton
Cutler finally sneaked back in the Top 10 along with Garrard, who is closing in on leaving Manning and the Colts out in the cold for the playoffs.
A-Rod’s effort versus San Fran catapulted him to the number two spot but he is nearly 13 points away from Mr. Brady.
THE BOTTOM 10
While Vince Young is viewed by some as immature, but he was more productive than Collins, who jumped two spots after another rough outing versus Jacksonville last Sunday.
Meanwhile, Favre Watch saw our troubled gunslinger throw one pass (an interception) but yet drop a spot.
An injured shoulder for Favre may lead to the second week of the “Tarvaris Jackson Era: Take 2.”
Categories: Quarterback Rankings
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