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Best Qb in the AFC east

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by padre31, Jun 21, 2009.

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Best Qb in the AFC east

Poll closed Jun 29, 2009.
  1. Trent Edwards, young up and coming

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  2. Sanchez, the Rookie.

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  3. Tom Brady, triggerman of the Pats offense

    91 vote(s)
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  4. Chad Pennington, incredibly accurate passer

    19 vote(s)
    17.3%
  1. padre31

    padre31 Premium Member Luxury Box

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    Well, we are 40 days out of training camp and it might be some fun to poll "us" PhinFans on who we think are the best players in order 1-4 in the AFC East.

    This may as well start at the top, the Quarterback position, with Pennington, Sanchez, Brady and Edwards.
     
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  2. Silverphin

    Silverphin Well-Known Member

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    I have to say Tom Brady *throws up in own mouth*

    As far as I know, there are no indication of Tom Brady being out of form after the injury.

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    Chad Pennington is a close second, IMO.

    Trent Edwards over Sanchez due to experience.
     
  3. Coral Reefer

    Coral Reefer Premium Member

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    There shouldn't need to be more than half a second of thought put into this..... regardless of how we feel about him.
    None of the others are close.
     
  4. DaFish

    DaFish Well-Known Member

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    It's a no brainer. Brady is the best QB in this division. An arrogant, pretentious, piece of feces but he is a good QB.
     
  5. 54Fins

    54Fins "In Gase we trust"

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    It can only be Brady,hate to say.There are no other QB's in the East that have his resume'.
     
  6. padre31

    padre31 Premium Member Luxury Box

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    I know, the answer is Brady, but you have to start somewhere.

    We do have the clear #2 Qb though, Edwards and Sanchez are not even a close second.
     
  7. PS17

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    Brady is the best QB in the NFL, and one of the best of all time, let alone best in this division. There really isn't a close second.
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  8. DaFish

    DaFish Well-Known Member

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    I believe Peyton Manning is a better QB than Brady. JMO
     
  9. PS17

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    Peyton can't lead his team in the playoffs.
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  10. FinSane

    FinSane Cynical Dolphins Fan

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    Neither can Sanchez/Clemens and Farve when you had him.
     
  11. PS17

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    Not one of them was ever the QB when we were in the playoffs. What does that statement have to do with anything?
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  12. DaFish

    DaFish Well-Known Member

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    Throw a Pats jersey on Peyton and lets see how he leads them in the playoffs. The Pats have had much better teams than the Colts.

    I do been overall team.
     
  13. FinSane

    FinSane Cynical Dolphins Fan

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    You shouldve been happy the QB you had even got you to the playoffs with that crap of a roster he had to work with all those years.
     
  14. PS17

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    Dude...WTH are you talking about???
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  15. PS17

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    They had the best offense in the league for the majority of the decade and they only won once.
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  16. like2god

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    Guys, keep it civil :)

    I voted Brady, it's a no-brainer
     
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  17. SICK

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    this.
     
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  18. like2god

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    Penny is good, but he's nowhere near Brady in terms of talent
     
  19. FinsAreLife

    FinsAreLife Well-Known Member

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    If I were to rank them it would look like this:

    1. Tom Brady
    2. Chad Pennington
    3. Trent Edwards
    4. Sanchez.
     
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  20. SICK

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    heres my ranking....

    brady
    pennington
    henne
    edwards
    clemens
    sanchez
    :shifty:
     
  21. PS17

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    I don't think you can even rank Sanchez at this point. I would at least wait until the end of Preseason. I'll give you Brady 1, Chad 2, but I am by no means sold on Trent Edwards yet. And I do think this Sanchez kid has got something...obviously LOL
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  22. FinsAreLife

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    To say that is a tad ignorant. Peyton has without a doubt led his team in the playoffs many times. Has he done it to the level Brady has?? Heck no. I will agree with you on that point completely. But to say Peyton has never led his team in the playoffs is incorrect. He has a Super Bowl title and has been to a few conference championship games. He also has not had the defense that Brady has had but thats a different arguement.

    All in all, Peyton is a good postseason leader but no where near the best of all time (Brady, Montana, etc.).
     
  23. Tone_E

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    You know what? I never thought thephins can earn any more of my respect. But the fact that we all selected Brady so far (17) says something. Good job guys.

    I was pressing the right mouse button on Brady trying to convince myself the poll was broken and I didn't have to vote Brady....but I did anyway.
     
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  24. PS17

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    Look man, all I was saying is that Manning should have more than one ring with that team he has. It's like the Atlanta Braves of the 90's.
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  25. like2god

    like2god Typical white person Luxury Box

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    I think the point that he was making is that Brady is clutch, Manning has let his team down several times in the playoffs and in the road to the playoffs. Brady steps it up a few notches when it comes playoff time, he's a bit like Michael Jordan in that regard and he's a hell of alot better than Manning when it comes to being clutch. :wink2:
     
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  26. FinsAreLife

    FinsAreLife Well-Known Member

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    Yeah and more or less thats the point i was getting at in my post. Manning has been solid and clutch in the postseason before but not as consistent as Brady has or even at the same level.
     
  27. FinsAreLife

    FinsAreLife Well-Known Member

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    I agree. Oh man, dont bring up those Braves to a Braves fan:no:
     
  28. SICK

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    lol being football is a individual sport you are right!

    manning cant help special teams, bad field goal kickers, the defense, how his line blocks, if wr's catch the ball, if running backs make the right cuts.....blaming manning for not winning a ring single-handedly is ridiculous just like all the people downing marino for not getting one.....like he plays defense and kicks field goals and coaches......its laughable
     
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  29. padre31

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    I had to vote Penny, come on...this is a Phins forum, someone has to have at least a little bit of Homer in them...:lol:
     
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  30. PS17

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    Someone just voted for Penny.

    I'd like to hear this argument. :lol:
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    What. . Taxi. .:no:
     
  32. Jt0323

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    i agree with this list
     
  33. DaFish

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    Really have nothing to judge Sanchez just yet. Let's see how he transitions to the NFL before ranking him.
     
  34. padre31

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    Sure, Chad Pennington is the "best" Qb for what we are trying to accomplish offensively, namely hold the ball and eat clock and play mistake free football.
     
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  35. DaFish

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    Anybody remember Lonnie Smith being pulled off first base in the World Series. That should have been a win for the Braves IMO.
     
  36. PS17

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    Good joke.

    I'd rather have Kellen Clemens than Tom Brady because we only want a QB to manage the game.
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  37. padre31

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    Clemmons has played in 5 games in 4 years?

    Pennington's accuracy and ball control ability is one of the things that kept us competitive last season, he's the most accurate passer of all time and fits into what we are trying to do in Miami.

    Thanks for the gift.
     
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  38. PS17

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    I was being sarcastic when I said I would rather have Clemens than Brady.

    Also, you can't possibly want Chad Pennington more than Brady, right?
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  39. PS17

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    And give me a break with the "most accurate passer of all time junk". He can't throw the ball more than ten yards, that's why he completes all his passes. lol
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  40. padre31

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    Makes no difference who I'd want, we have what we have, CP is accomplished enough to win the game, he fits what we needed, and he doesn't bust our salary cap number.

    Outside of Ted Ginn, whose complaining?
     

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