View Poll Results: What team has had the best overall QB play?

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  • 49rs - Montana, Young, Garcia

    21 50.00%
  • Packers - Starr, Favre, Rogers

    13 30.95%
  • Pats - Grogan, Bledsoe, Brady

    0 0%
  • Cowboys - Meredith, Staubach, White, Aikman, Romo

    1 2.38%
  • Steelers - Bradshaw, ODonnell, Stewart, Big Ben

    0 0%
  • Broncos - Morton, Elway, Cutler, Manning

    2 4.76%
  • Colts - Unitas, Morrall, Jones, Manning

    5 11.90%
  • Other - Write in

    0 0%
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  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davekn View Post
    As for me the strongest list is Starr/Favre/Rogers. But the depth has to go to Dallas.
    Yeah, the decision is affected by the number of players considered. If there were only two players per team, then the choice would be either 49ers or Colts. If it goes three deep, then the choice should be either Packers or 49ers. If it were to go five or six deep, then the choice should be Cowboys (Craig Morton should be added to Dallas' list).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Augustus View Post
    Yeah, the decision is affected by the number of players considered. If there were only two players per team, then the choice would be either 49ers or Colts. If it goes three deep, then the choice should be either Packers or 49ers. If it were to go five or six deep, then the choice should be Cowboys (Craig Morton should be added to Dallas' list).
    John Brodie was pretty good too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KickSave View Post
    I will proudly put those up against Tim Hasslebeck's 0.0 QBR in a 27-0 shutout loss at home to the Cowboys, any day. 6-for-26 (23%) for 57 yards with four interceptions. Winner!!!!
    I don't have immediate access to Jonathan Quinn's games, but the Todd Collins start in 2010 was comparable...

    6-16, 34 yards and 4 INTs....

    Only we WON THE FUGGIN' GAME!! LOL!!
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    Are the pats 8 votes in this poll a joke?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ForWhoForWhat? View Post
    Are the pats 8 votes in this poll a joke?
    Packers got 8, Pats got 0. Typo?

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    yes it is a typo. I have no problem with the packers getting 8 votes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poptart View Post
    How the hell are the Raiders not even on your list??


    Lamonica, Stabler, Plunkett, Gannon.

    Lamonica: 5-time pro-bowler and 2-time first team all-pro
    Stabler: 4-time pro-bowler, 1-time first team all-pro, league MVP, Super Bowl Champ
    Plunkett: 2-time Super Bowl Champ and Super Bowl MVP
    Gannon: 4-time pro-bowler, 2-time first team all-pro, league MVP



    Pull your head out of your @ss anytime, idiot.
    Rams deserve to be on the list over the Raiders, they will have three hall of fame qbs (Van Brocklin, Waterfield and Warner) not to mention Roman Gabriel was a NFL MVP and a hell of a qb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snake Eyes View Post
    Rams deserve to be on the list over the Raiders, they will have three hall of fame qbs (Van Brocklin, Waterfield and Warner) not to mention Roman Gabriel was a NFL MVP and a hell of a qb.
    See the thread opening?
    Quote Originally Posted by KickSave View Post
    So I ask, what NFL team has had the best overall QB history in the Super Bowl era?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForWhoForWhat? View Post
    yes it is a typo. I have no problem with the packers getting 8 votes.
    That's not what a typo is....a typo would mean that you were talking about the Packers but accidentally typed in the Pats...
    What we've got here is failure to communicate....some men you just can't reach

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    Quote Originally Posted by poptart View Post
    How the hell are the Raiders not even on your list??


    Lamonica, Stabler, Plunkett, Gannon.

    Lamonica: 5-time pro-bowler and 2-time first team all-pro
    Stabler: 4-time pro-bowler, 1-time first team all-pro, league MVP, Super Bowl Champ
    Plunkett: 2-time Super Bowl Champ and Super Bowl MVP
    Gannon: 4-time pro-bowler, 2-time first team all-pro, league MVP



    Pull your head out of your @ss anytime, idiot.
    I agree it was list worthy.
    I promise I won't do it again

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    As of today I voted SF. If Rodgers continues at his current level for a few more years, I'd switch to GB.

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