Top 10 NFL Quarterbacks of the 2013-2014 Regular Season
This man is an NFL legend, hands down. He can get a game with 300 yards passing and like four touchdowns without even trying. I dearly hope they win the Super Bowl this year because they deserve it the most. He is already a guaranteed Hall of Famer and has been for seven years now.
He has great weapons in Welker, Thomas, Julius, Demaryius, and Decker. He also has a running game, mostly with Moreno, but Montee Ball helps as well. He is a great passer and broke the TD record previously owned by fellow competitor Tom Brady.
He broke 508! No one beats Brett Favre's record unless you're a beast. And trust me, Peyton is a beast.
Though he was injured for the final few games of the year, he was great before that. Remember, his only two WRs that were healthy the whole year were Jarrett Boykin and Jordy Nelson. Randall Cobb missed the whole year, James Jones missed a few games, and Jermichael Finley had a spine injury. He still performed well during this tough time.
Rodgers does as much as the other elites, but with a non-existent O-line and receivers who can't even get open half the time. He does a lot more with a lot less help.
Aaron Rodgers is the best. Period.
We all know, whether you're a sports fan or not, about Aaron Hernandez. He was supposed to be the number one target after Wes Welker left for Denver. But both are gone now. Gronk only played a few games due to his back and forearm issues, and he ended the season with a torn ACL. The guy they brought in to be the number one target, Danny Amendola, hasn't been the main guy but has taken a back seat to Julian Edelman. However, Brady has still found success with players like Kenbrell Thompkins, Aaron Dobson, and Shane Vereen. He has still been great.
Brady had to play all season with receivers nobody has ever heard of. Brady makes receivers good. The only reason Manning looked better in 2013 is because he has better receivers.
He is a winning quarterback. He is a lot like Tim Tebow in the sense that he makes things happen somehow, but unlike Tebow, he can actually throw. His wide receivers are way underrated and have low stats because of the awesome running game with Lynch. Not to mention, many of the best QBs of all time weren't the greatest in their first year or two.
Russell Wilson doesn't know how to play. He lost to the Cowboys and the Rams. So, I think Russell Wilson shouldn't be in the top ten.
Russell has allowed his team to always score when needed. Russell would be first if every team played us. Our defense would make them look bad. Russell could lead his team to victory when they need it, or all the time.
He has been criticized throughout his career because he can't win. He didn't have a good team when drafted, but he put up numbers then. Well, guess what? He's winning now and is still putting up great numbers, not to mention his great defense led by Luke Kuechly, the best linebacker in the league. He's a big, mobile, accurate QB that can run.
Best quarterback ever because he never gives up.
I think Nick Foles should at least be 2nd or 3rd because he has only 2 interceptions and Peyton has 18! May I remind you that Nick Foles was in the Pro Bowl on Team Sanders?
I'm an Eagles fan, but still, he probably had one of the best seasons in QB history. When I did my top 10, I put him in second.
He is a young, athletic guy who can not only throw but also run when needed. I bet we will be hearing about him for the next 10-15 years, without a doubt. I would put him in fifth, in front of Russell Wilson and behind Aaron Rodgers.
He has had a not-as-good year as his rookie year, and that is obviously because of Reggie Wayne's torn ACL. He was great up to that point, beating the supposed powerhouses in Seattle, San Francisco, and Denver. But since Wayne's injury against Denver, he can't win against teams like St. Louis, Miami, and San Diego.
Andrew Luck is way too under-appreciated. He is a top 5 QB in my opinion.
Yes, I know if you're not a Dallas fan, you hate him. I'm not a big fan either. But he still puts up big numbers. He has Dez Bryant, Jason Witten, and Miles Austin as well as up-and-coming talents like Terrance Williams and Gavin Escobar. But I believe the problem lies on the shoulders of Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett.
Needs a defense that will keep the team in the lead at the end of the game.
He has choked in a few games. They had the playoffs. The three teams behind them didn't have their starting QBs, Jay Cutler, Aaron Rodgers, and Christian Ponder, but couldn't find a way to win. He's throwing the ball 30-45 times a game. That's why they brought in Reggie Bush, a good receiving back. Joseph Fauria came on, and he has the great Calvin Johnson.
Kansas City is awesome!
Joe Flacco is amazing, mostly because I like the Ravens, but he's still really good.