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Super Bowl QBs

Postby noreply66 » Mon Dec 26, 2016 11:25 am

There has been 58 different starting QB in Super Bowl History. Who do you think is the best and why.


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Postby noreply66 » Tue Dec 27, 2016 3:12 pm

Not the best but just a little on Tony Eason. He was one of six QB taken in the first round of the 1983 Draft. He was the QB in 1984 where the Pats defeated Jets, Raiders and the Dolphins all on the road, to earn at trip to SBXX and lost to the Bears 46/10. Tony was knocked out of that game in the 2nd quarter.
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Postby noreply66 » Thu Dec 29, 2016 11:18 pm

Kerry Collins, Giants..Kerry was a first round pick and finish with over 40,000 passing...that is more than Joe Montana or Johnny Unitas.....He was 15/39 against the Ravens, no TDs 4 ints and was sacked 4 times. He also added a fumble. Ravens won 34/07 and The Giants score came from a kick off return.
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Postby noreply66 » Sat Dec 31, 2016 2:17 pm

Craig Morton has started a SB with two different teams. For a stretch he was the starter over Roger Staubach. Only QB that has a 0.0 rating in a SB. Has lost both of his starts in a SB
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Postby noreply66 » Mon Jan 02, 2017 11:26 am

Rich Gannon of the Raiders, won the NFL MVP in 2002 that made him the leagues oldest. In SB 37 Gannon took his team down for a field goal and then watched the Bucs score the next 34 points. Rich threw five INTs before it was over and was sacked five times in a 48/21 loss.
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Postby noreply66 » Wed Jan 04, 2017 4:16 pm

Billy Kilmer.....Solid career from a first rounder. 16 seasons worth and when it came time to be the most important it was against the undefeated Miami Dolphins. He didn't have a good game with only 104 yards passing a three picks, but they only lost 14 to 7 and that came from a defensive fumble return.
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Postby noreply66 » Thu Jan 05, 2017 6:50 pm

David Woodley Dolphins..with 8 plus left in the 1st quarter of SB 17 against the Redskins, he threw a 76 yard TD. The remainder of the game he went 3 of 13 for 19 yards an int a fumble. Woodley started the first five games the following season and gave way to Dan Marino and was out of the league two years later.
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Postby noreply66 » Fri Jan 06, 2017 11:19 pm

Neil O' Donnell, Steelers...Neil played in the league for thirteen season and played 125 games because he didn't throw interceptions. He never threw double-digits in a single season. Aaron Rodgers has done that twice and Tom Brady nine times. There isn't a retired QB in the history of the NFL with a lower int percentage at 2.1. He will be remembered having the two worst picks in postseason history to Larry Brown of Dallas in SB XXX. Finished with three in this game.
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Postby noreply66 » Mon Jan 09, 2017 5:07 pm

Joe Kapp Vikings....The only QB to play Super Bowl, Rose Bowl and Grey Cup..didn't take his first snap in the NFL until he was 29. Made the Pro Bowl two year later. In SB IV he had three turnovers and lost 23/07.
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Postby noreply66 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 5:00 pm

Chris Chandler Falcons.....Lost against Denver 34 to 19 but the game really wasn't that competitive. Chandler struggled until garbage time. Trailing 31 to 6 with Denver putting in the subs Atlanta did get a kick off return for a TD and Chandler threw a late TD. Atlanta and Chandler couldn't move the ball when needed and had four turn overs.
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Re: Super Bowl QBs

Postby noreply66 » Sat Jan 21, 2017 11:16 am

Boomer Esiason...Boomer was 11-of-25 for 144 yards an a interception in SBXXIII. He was also sacked five times. Stunningly, considering they almost won the Lombardi Trophy he struggled the entire post season throwing for 346 yards, one score and three picks in three games.
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