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Do NFL Rookie Starting Quarterbacks Last Long in the NFL?

Posted on 28 Apr, 2017, by in NFL

There were three quarterbacks selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft: Mitch Trubisky (2nd overall, Chicago Bears), Patrick Mahomes II (10th, Kansas City Chiefs) and Deshaun Watson (12th, Houston Texans). Trubisky and Watson have a very good shot at starting right off the bat as rookie quarterbacks, while Mahomes is probably the Chiefs way of letting Alex Smith know he’s not going to be their starter forever. More

Tom Brady Has Been on Fire Ever Since his Famous “Career Ending” Game

Posted on 21 Nov, 2016, by in NFL

Should Tom Brady win the MVP this season even if he missed four games due to suspension? That’s a matter for voters to figure out. Based on numbers and his team’s achievements, Brady is the best quarterback in the NFL, and it’s not even close. More

Longest Active Streaks of Starts for NFL Quarterbacks

Posted on 16 Sep, 2015, by in NFL

There are currently eight quarterbacks in the NFL with streaks of 65 starts or more in the regular season: Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Andy Dalton, Joe Flacco, Eli Manning, Philip Rivers, Matt Ryan and Matthew Stafford. Of the bunch, Dalton and Flacco are the only ones who have never actually missed a game since being drafted. More

Oldest Starting NFL Quarterbacks Heading into the 2015 Season

Posted on 7 Sep, 2015, by in Featured, NFL

The list of 10 oldest starting quarterbacks in the NFL for the 2015 seasons is made up of the same names from last year: Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, Tony Romo, Philip Rivers and others. The only change is Ryan Fitzpatrick entering the “top 10”, coming in for Shaun Hill who is no longer considered a starter. More

Kansas City Chiefs – Easy Schedule and Backup Quarterbacks

Posted on 29 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

According to their perfect 8-0 start, the Kansas City Chiefs are the best team in the NFL right now. However, considering how bad the team’s they’ve faced so far have been, and the quality of quarterbacks playing against them (half of them backups), it’s a bit early to crown them as the Crème de la Crème of the league. More

Matthew Stafford Breaking NFL Passing Records

Posted on 9 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

The ongoing debate about Matthew Stafford being a good quarterback or just an average one gets aided by his newly acquired record for most passing yards (14,331) and completions (1239) through the first 50 games of his career, more than any other QB in NFL history. More

Matthew Stafford is the Only Starting Quarterback Remaining From His Draft Class

Posted on 26 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

The 2009 NFL Draft class saw 11 quarterbacks selected through 7 rounds, including three in the first. Among these selected few, Matthew Stafford of the Detroit Lions is the only one who is still a starter on his team. More

Quarterback-Head Coach Duos With Most Wins in NFL History

Posted on 22 May, 2013, by in Featured

How do you measure greatness? By wins, or Super Bowl rings? Or is it simply by which quarterback – head coach duo resonates better in the minds of NFL fans over the years? Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are the most successful partners in terms of overall wins, but others have their accomplishment of three Super Bowl rings, and there’s even one duo that beats that. More

Cleveland Browns – Still Waiting for a Winning Quarterback

Posted on 7 Mar, 2013, by in Featured

There are a few arguments about who are the worst team in the NFL over the last 15 years, and the Cleveland Browns are always mentioned in the discussion. Their record since reforming speaks for itself, but the fact that they still don’t have a starting quarterback with a winning record for the team probably screams much louder. More

8 NFL Quarterbacks Better Than Joe Flacco

Posted on 5 Apr, 2012, by in Featured

Joe Flacco announed that he thinks of himself as the best quarterback in the NFL. Not Aaron Rodgers, not Drew Brees, not Tom Brady. Flacco, with his unimpressive numbers and disappointing performances in the postseason most of the time, isn’t short on confidence. More