View Poll Results: Who is the best QB in the AFC East after Tom Brady ?

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  • Mark Sanchez

    10 23.81%
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick

    4 9.52%
  • Ryan Tannehill

    28 66.67%
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Thread: Ranking the AFC East QB's behind Brady

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    Ranking the AFC East QB's behind Brady

    Everyone here has pretty much bashed Sanchez to death here on the board, but is he really any worse than the other AFC East QB's ? Ryan Fitpatrick is dog **** and you all know it. He has Not near the body of work that Sanchez has. Yes, Sanchez is in a dark period of his career, but he still gives a better chance than Ryan Fitzpatrick. Ryan Tannehill of the Dullards was a reach for a 1st Rd pick. He wasnt even a starter at Texas AM for the first 2 years. He's an INT machine. Mark has the pedigree that you need to win. He is from USC. He was a 5 star recruit out of high school. He won a Rose Bowl. He was a top 5 draft pick. Body of work matters. There is no way I would take Ryan Fitzpatrick or Ryan Tannehill over Mark Sanchez.

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    Brady
    Tannehill
    Sanchez
    Fitzpatrick

    Tannehill over Sanchez b.c he has shown growth. Sanchez has regressed.

    Ryan Fitzpatrick is stealing money. Bills have a lot of players stealing money.

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    Numbers don't lie. Sanchez is the worst QB in the league. Several rookies are doing better than the 4th year bust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuidoYaztremski View Post
    Numbers don't lie. Sanchez is the worst QB in the league. Several rookies are doing better than the 4th year bust.
    2nd year players as well.

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    rookies as well. but tanny and rex gave him a raise. time to clean house.

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    on pace for 8 TD 24 INT, sure is great...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankMoga View Post
    Mark has the pedigree that you need to win. He is from USC. He was a 5 star recruit out of high school. He won a Rose Bowl. He was a top 5 draft pick. Body of work matters. .
    None of this matters.

    Last week and this week matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FF2 View Post
    None of this matters.

    Last week and this week matter.
    The logical conclusion from OP's statement is that Tebow should be starting, without question. His body of work matters. Sanchez is the least decorated, least-pedigreed college QB on the staff.
    Last edited by ASG0531; 10-07-2012 at 08:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASG0531 View Post
    The logical conclusion from OP's statement is that Tebow should be starting, without question. His body of work matters. Sanchez is the least decorated, least-pedigreed college QB on the staff.
    how was he in high school

    (FTR...does being a USC QB really a positive in regards to being an NFL QB?)

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    1-Brady
    2-Mallette
    3-McElroy
    4-Sanchez
    5-tannehill
    6-Fitzpatrick
    7-tebow

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Brady
    Tannehill
    Sanchez
    Fitzpatrick

    Tannehill over Sanchez b.c he has shown growth. Sanchez has regressed.

    Ryan Fitzpatrick is stealing money. Bills have a lot of players stealing money.

    Tannehill is looking like sanchez in his rookie year in some aspects. The kid looks so confident in the pocket and he seems to have already built momentum with the receivers he has.

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    why?












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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Brady
    Tannehill
    Sanchez
    Fitzpatrick

    Tannehill over Sanchez b.c he has shown growth. Sanchez has regressed.

    Ryan Fitzpatrick is stealing money. Bills have a lot of players stealing money.
    Shown growth in 5 games hahaha ...what an idiotic statement

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASG0531 View Post
    The logical conclusion from OP's statement is that Tebow should be starting, without question. His body of work matters. Sanchez is the least decorated, least-pedigreed college QB on the staff.
    Tebow is not a quarterback. Nor is he a running back. More than anything, he strikes me as a bigger, stronger, faster version of Danny Woodhead. Jets couldn't figure out how to use Woodhead. They won't figure out how to use Tebow either. In a year or two Patriots will pick Tebow up off waivers and he'll torch them as a third down specialist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BushyTheBeaver View Post
    Tebow is a ... faster version of Danny Woodhead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankMoga View Post
    There is no way I would take Ryan Fitzpatrick or Ryan Tannehill over Mark Sanchez.
    Let's hope this lofty praise will ring true all season long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BushyTheBeaver View Post
    Tebow is not a quarterback. Nor is he a running back. More than anything, he strikes me as a bigger, stronger, faster version of Danny Woodhead. Jets couldn't figure out how to use Woodhead. They won't figure out how to use Tebow either. In a year or two Patriots will pick Tebow up off waivers and he'll torch them as a third down specialist.
    I was just quoting this:

    Mark has the pedigree that you need to win. He is from USC. He was a 5 star recruit out of high school. He won a Rose Bowl. He was a top 5 draft pick. Body of work matters.
    which is obviously dumb.

    Why does everyone think the Pats will turn everyone's junk into superstars? Welker and Woodhead don't make for a trend. The Pats are opportunistic and make low-cost plays for a lot of players. Some are big hits, some are big misses. None hit the cap in a big way. It's not a big deal. It's just what they do. This board loves to laugh at and bemoan them, though.

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    Ryan Tannehill
    Ryan Mallett (only because he hasn't played)
    Matt Moore
    Tavaris Jackson
    Greg McElroy
    Tim Tebow
    Mark Sanchez
    Ryan Fitzpatrick

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    1. Brady
    2. Everyone Else

    The other 3:

    Sanchez - has had some playoff success, but very inconsistent
    Tannehill - some early success, but too soon to judge
    Fitzpatrick - Hot & Cold, looks great at times and looks lost other times.

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