top 5 QBs ever in order

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  1. FlaccoDaGreat

    FlaccoDaGreat New Member

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    john elway...hands down


    bret favre



    joe montana



    dan marino



    peyton manning is going to have the number 5 spot when he retires but as for now it goes to steve young
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  2. 1. peyton manning
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  3. Offbeat

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    1. tom brady
    2. joe montana
    3. terry bradshaw
    4. john elway
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    oops

    5. steve young
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  5. Shy

    Shy a.k.a. Klear Eyed

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    Vince Young has got to make the list.
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  6. FlaccoDaGreat

    FlaccoDaGreat New Member

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    get the fuck out of here


    tom brady? hahahahahah wow, kill yoursell ill rich


    terry bradshaw? terry barely makes the top ten...you niggas are lost. it sounds like your just going on superbowls rich...why dont you actually watch and analyze players before you make a call like that



    peyton is almost done, theres no way he is making anywhere past the number 4 spot.
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  7. Common_Sense79

    Common_Sense79 Truth Peddler

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    1. joe montana
    2. john elway
    3. peyton manning
    4. brett favre
    5. dan marino
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  8. we all want to know what is this language you speak from
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  9. FlaccoDaGreat

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    look at natural talent, like arm strength the ability to throw on the run, escapability, speed, composure, [SIZE=-1]improvisation, all that


    also need to take into account college and highschool


    the ability to make plays on the fly...if they rushed out the pocket and shit...accuracy all that not just superbowls. cause just for the fact you saying that terry bradshaw is better than marino is foolish.


    bradshaw was sick hes on of my favorite, i like his throwing motion its that old school as shit, run back real fast not, like a fast ass drop back with him turning around and then throwing it...but marino is easily better than him. numbers and talent

    [/SIZE] also you need to look at the end of ones career


    you cant EVER say a person in the leauge right now is the best. it makes no sense... i didnt want to have favre in my top 3 until he retires. thats when u get more respected and people can reflect on your career.

    montana was falling off hard at his end...young took over and he was huff at kansas city...favre could have played till he was 45 and been a top 15 QB...he just had one of his best seasons and he is gonna be 40 before im 20...

    elway won 2 in a row superbowls his last 2 years...he went to 5 total...my list makes the most sense
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    Common_Sense79 Truth Peddler

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    ^^ lmao.
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    when it comes to holding the football and releasing it in a spiral to your teamate, or just simply moving the ball down the field into the endzone elway is the best...
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  13. lmao u had to edit this too
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  14. FlaccoDaGreat

    FlaccoDaGreat New Member

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    because i was typing my next post in there, i just copyed and pasted


    stfu you lame, go watch soccer
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  15. double ML

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    1. dan marino
    2. brett favre
    3. john elway
    4. steve young
    5. jim kelly
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  16. FlaccoDaGreat

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    at least yours makes a little bit of sense...its respectable


    but i still think mine is the best


    but elway is the best ever....and its literally immpossible to say favre is better than elway

    elway beat him in the superbowl...maybe you were to young to see it but thats the decider
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  17. if peyton's not in ur top 5 its not a good list
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  19. double ML

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    favre >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> brady
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  20. Nam Dekan

    Nam Dekan i got a tip in my pocket

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    1. Joe Montana
    2. Johnny Unitas
    3. John Elway
    4. Bret Favre
    5. Peyton Manning
    [tie]Fran Tarkenton
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