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    Troy Aikman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    Your fanhood blinds you

    Troy Aikman is not a top 10 All-Time QB! Zero All Pro teams and ranks 54th in career passer rating...behind such greats as Ken Anderson, Bernie Kosar, Neil O'Donnell and Brian Greise and 5 out of 12 seasons at or below .500 winning record. He was good but was along for the ride in Dallas.
    Bradshaw doesn’t belong on that list either. Marino doesn’t have that ability outside of the pocket that Rodgers has. Favre accumulated great numbers, but wasn’t as reliable as, nor did he elevate his team like Rodgers. Montana, Brady and Manning are the only ones that stand out as possibly being better and none of those guys had Rodgers skill set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjs4470 View Post
    Bradshaw doesn’t belong on that list either. Marino doesn’t have that ability outside of the pocket that Rodgers has. Favre accumulated great numbers, but wasn’t as reliable as, nor did he elevate his team like Rodgers. Montana, Brady and Manning are the only ones that stand out as possibly being better and none of those guys had Rodgers skill set.
    1) QB's prior to 1980 need to be judged together and those afterwards together...numbers are way skewed towards those after 1980. Those guys before, Bradshw for example also called his own plays and and played in an era where the pass wasn't near what it is today.
    2) Marino is a Top 10 on any list.
    3) Farve was the most durable player to play QB that I can think of, those Packers teams without him would have been...well the Bears or Lions, nothing special.
    4) I agree Rodgers has the best Total Skill Set of any QB.

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    Just started a Top 10 Modern QB's thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    1) QB's prior to 1980 need to be judged together and those afterwards together...numbers are way skewed towards those after 1980. Those guys before, Bradshw for example also called his own plays and and played in an era where the pass wasn't near what it is today.
    2) Marino is a Top 10 on any list.
    3) Farve was the most durable player to play QB that I can think of, those Packers teams without him would have been...well the Bears or Lions, nothing special.
    4) I agree Rodgers has the best Total Skill Set of any QB.
    Not saying that those I mentioned don't belong (except maybe Bradshaw). Just that I would rank Rodgers higher than those guys.

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    Things I took from this game.

    Jerry Jones left the building, but nobody has that on film since the "boys" lost.

    Jason Garrett looked like my 2year old that just pooped his pants. He just coached the worst game of his life.

    Elliots excuse is that he has convict problems. After the game it was noted that Elliot lost his spoon and couldn't find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birds1963 View Post
    Things I took from this game.

    Jerry Jones left the building, but nobody has that on film since the "boys" lost.

    Jason Garrett looked like my 2year old that just pooped his pants. He just coached the worst game of his life.

    Elliots excuse is that he has convict problems. After the game it was noted that Elliot lost his spoon and couldn't find it.
    What exactly are convict problems and how can you have them when you aren't a convict?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    What exactly are convict problems and how can you have them when you aren't a convict?
    Just having some fun. I'm sure his suspension weighs heavy on his mind. Wrong choice of words on my part.

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    Yeah he is guilty, just ask the girlfriend whom is all truthful and wouldn't lie one bit.

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    Aaron got it done again. He should buy his O-line coach something special. What a difference between the first half and second half. Nice catch by the WR on the fade on the game winning TD.

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