Who are the top five quarterbacks in the NFL right now?

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  1. alexandriaruthk profile image69
    alexandriaruthkposted 11 years ago

    Who are the top five quarterbacks in the NFL right now?

    Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, P. Manning, E Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, M. Stafford and  Drew Brees? You add to that list Flacco who is improving a lot. Do you agree with me? Now that is more than five, how about you?

  2. isenhower33 profile image65
    isenhower33posted 11 years ago

    As of right now i wouldnt put Tom Brady up there just yet and def not Drew Brees. There are so many other QB's doing a lot better with a lot less on their team. I mean rookies like Luck are doing better than brees and Brady right now. Flacco is a top 5 right now but theres still a lot more qb's doing really good out there. Cam Newton other than this past game has been doing really good. Its going to be a tight NFL this year when it comes to playoffs.

  3. Alphadogg16 profile image85
    Alphadogg16posted 11 years ago

    The list is nice, I definitely agree with Brady, Rodgers, Brees, E. Manning, and P Manning, In that order. I think Roethlisberger gets bailed out by his defense more often than not, a lot like Flacco. Stafford is still suspect in my opinion, take Megatron out of the equation, I don't think he would be very productive. I think Matt Ryan should get a honorable mention.

    1. isenhower33 profile image65
      isenhower33posted 11 years agoin reply to this

      I dont agree with Brady and Brees. Now if the question was who are the best quarterbacks overall then you could put them names in there. But right now like the question states, no way can Brady and Brees be in there with Matt Ryan outplaying them..

  4. ShootersCenter profile image68
    ShootersCenterposted 11 years ago

    Matt Ryan, Flacco, E Manning, Roethlisberger, Cam Newton have the numbers and wins are coming in. Most of your top QB's are past their prime and teams are on the down side. Brees, Brady and P Manning will probably never make it to another playoff run, Stafford is always hurt and only had one big season. Being the best is about winning Joe Montana, Steve Young never had the biggest arms or numbers but knew how to win, that's why they were the best in their day.

    1. isenhower33 profile image65
      isenhower33posted 11 years agoin reply to this

      I agree with you, i forgot all about Matt Ryan. Although i do think that Brady and Brees will have playoff runs. And Manning will probably have one too. Manning isn't use to where hes at yet. But I live in indiana, and manning will do good after abit

  5. STEVEW13 profile image60
    STEVEW13posted 11 years ago

    I am a Bears fan and I can safely say the answer to this question is NOT Jay Cutler smile In my opinion it has to be Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, still producing the goods and guaranteed future hall of famers. With them surely Aaron Rodgers, Big Ben and Eli Manning. Although if you go by the current qb ratings it is Andrew Luck, Matt Ryan, Big Ben, Alex Smith and Andy Dalton.

    I can't put Brees in there, and although I like Flacco, and really rate the Ravens' chances this year, he is only on the peripheral.

  6. Bigpayno profile image58
    Bigpaynoposted 11 years ago

    Matt Ryan is playing better than any other QB in the league right now.  I would take Eli Manning in the 4th quarter over any other QB.  People that know me on here know that I'm not real big on Brady.  He's a system player that can't throw the ball down field.  His offense consists of 8-12 yard slants.  That works for them and allows him to excel, so I credit the coaching staff of the Patriots for his success.

  7. janshares profile image92
    jansharesposted 11 years ago

    RGIII is on fire right now. He broke some crazy records on his debut. You guys have to add him to the list. Yes, he's a rook but you can't argue with his stats. Go Skins!


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