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'big time' QB numbers - 14 games

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..the numbers for Carson Palmer and Tony Romo always surprise me...

Tom Brady: 355-560, 4,276 yards, 30 TDs, 6 INTs

Tony Romo: 379-568, 4,269 yards, 22 TDs, 16 INTs

Matthew Stafford: 374-629, 4.252 yards, 17 TDs, 15 INTs

Matt Ryan: 369-539, 4,202 yards, 27 TDs, 14 INTs

Peyton Manning 347-511, 4,016 yards , 31 TDs, 10 INTs

Carson Palmer: 342-562, 3,987 yards, 22 TDs, 14 INTs

Andrew Luck: 308-564, 3,978 yards, 20 TDs, 18 INTs

Aaron Rodgers: 316-474, 3,588 yards 32 TDs, 8 INTs

Matt Schaub: 308-476, 3,555 yards, 22 TDs 10 INTs

Drew Brees: 356-574, 4,335, 36 TDs, 18 INTs

Eli Manning: 294-487, 3,590 yards, 20 TDs, 15 INTs

Joe Flacco: 288-487, 3,474 yards, 20 TDs, 10 INTs

Jay Cutler: 225-377, 2,630 yards, 17 TDs, 14 INTs (missed 2 games)

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The numbers for Eli Manning always surprise me, especially when someone says he's a future HoFer.

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The numbers for Eli Manning always surprise me, especially when someone says he's a future HoFer.

 

 

the most up & down QB player from week to week , ya never know what Giant team will show up and how Eli in particulat will play, many TDS or Many foolish IT's

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the most up & down QB player from week to week , ya never know what Giant team will show up and how Eli in particulat will play, many TDS or Many foolish IT's

 

 

I know man, and then people call him a future HoFer, like what? 2 rings or not, I'd take Brees before I vote Eli in there.

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I know man, and then people call him a future HoFer, like what? 2 rings or not, I'd take Brees before I vote Eli in there.

 

definitely Brees over Eli, cant think of anyone that would say otherwise

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5,000 means nothing in this league now. It would have meant something in Marino's days, but to me I could care less. It's so easy for QB's these days.

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5,000 means nothing in this league now. It would have meant something in Marino's days, but to me I could care less. It's so easy for QB's these days.
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cant argue.....5,000 is just 310-320 per game......and that's not at all rare

Tony Romo will get to 5,000, too

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I, for one, am glad to see that 2011 appears to have been an anomaly, probably in part caused by the lockout. Defenses suffered a little more than offenses with the abbreviated offseason schedule.

 

Looks like things got a bit more back to normal for this season. Which is better, IMO. The NFL was looking like the Arena League at times last year.

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passing numbers are still super high.....

Andrew Luck threw for 4,00 with no line .

Hard to say what normal is now...

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