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Postby cardiac cats » Mon Jul 26, 2004 7:54 pm

here are my official top 15 fantasy QB rankings.... its open for debate


1.daunte culpepper
2.peyton manning
3.tom brady
4.mike vick
5.steve mcNair
6.matt hasselbeck
7.brad johnson
8.brett favre
9.trent green
10.chad pennington
11.jeff garcia
12.marc bulger
13.donovan mcNabb
14.drew bledsoe
15.mark brunell
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Postby Mercer Boy » Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:02 pm

Not bad except for Brady and Johnson...Tom Brady won't put up enough numbers to be the #3 QB in fantasy. McNabb and Bulger belong in those spots.

I do like your mention of and for Drew Bledsoe! He could end up being a nice late round pickup with a Jon Kitna-like season for this year. There aren't a lot of people talking about him this year after his horrible season last year. If and when Moulds comes back to form and if Lee Evans (or whoever) can make a decent contribution, it could happen. The O-Line is going to need to give him some more time this year if it is to be. They surely have an awesome running attack which will keep the defenses honest.
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Postby The Great Gambini » Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:04 pm

Tom Brady? Not even top 10.
Where's Aaron Brooks? McNabb out of the top 10?
Brad Johnson is also way too high.

No offense, but these aren't very good.
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Postby AcidRock23 » Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:12 pm

I'd bump Bulger up a bit too. I think that he is going to be very good this year, w/o Warner lurking over his shoulder. I caught a lot of Rams games last year and I think that he has a great arm and has very good leadership type skills.

I like Vick but I am not sure that he will be able to pull Atlanta out of the sewer.
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Postby jumpman8828 » Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:13 pm

I also think Pennington is low, considering Brad Johnson is in front of him...
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Postby cardiac cats » Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:23 pm

ok fair enough, but i don't see why ppl hate on tom brady so much, he did really good for me last year, not to mention adding corey dillion should at least add to more 1st downs meaning more Td chances for brady

and for bulger, he threw 22 ints last year :-t

and brad johnson is a very good veteran Qb who makes smart decisions, passes alot in tampa bay and gains lots of yards

don't even get me started on donovan mcnabb, i just think he's way overrated, so yeah that low spot could be questioned
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Postby Mercer Boy » Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:32 pm

cardiac cats wrote:and for bulger, he threw 22 ints last year :-t

and brad johnson is a very good veteran Qb who makes smart decisions, passes alot in tampa bay and gains lots of yards


Johnson threw 21 INT's last year... :-D

He does have his huge games, but he also has his stink-fest 5 INT games. There are more consistent QB's that can be picked at #7 like Pennington, Favre, or Green.

I think Bulger will do better this year. Hopefully he will mature and not throw those deep prayers into triple coverage like last year. As he gets more and more comfortable with the offense and the receivers, I think his numbers will improve.
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Postby bagobonez » Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:33 pm

I like the way you think cardiac cats. I think Tom Brady and Brad Johnson are underated, and McNabb's overated. Unfortunately I think you've blown it a bit out of proportion. No way does Tom Brady deserve to be the 3rd QB taken, and no way do you take Brad Johnson ahead of Trent Green.
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Postby cardiac cats » Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:38 pm

oh yeah and just so you guys know.... i had no idea brad johnson threw 21 ints last year... lol that's my mistake, however with the addition "finally" of a running game in tampa those ints will be down hopefully
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Postby The Great Gambini » Mon Jul 26, 2004 8:42 pm

cardiac cats wrote:oh yeah and just so you guys know.... i had no idea brad johnson threw 21 ints last year... lol that's my mistake, however with the addition "finally" of a running game in tampa those ints will be down hopefully


Charlie Garner isn't exactly a stud, they don't even know if he'll for sure be the starter. I like him, but I'm not sure how he fits in. Brad Johnson still doesn't have a proven receiver, and without Keyshawn begging for the ball and with McCardell potentially holding out longer, who's he throwing the ball to? Sure, Clayton may look good now, but he's unproven. Jurevicious? Yikes.
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