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    Is this a good QB?

    Games: 56
    Completion Percentage: 65.1%
    Yards: 11,058
    TDs: 68
    INTs: 43
    QB Rating: 89.6

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    Depends, how does he do in the playoffs?

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    Good stats, not a good QB.

    There is more to evaluating a player than stats alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23
    Games: 56
    Completion Percentage: 65.1%
    Yards: 11,058
    TDs: 68
    INTs: 43
    QB Rating: 89.6
    At the very least, Good enough for the time being.

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    what is this mystery QB's winning percentage, regular and post season ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23
    Games: 56
    Completion Percentage: 65.1%
    Yards: 11,058
    TDs: 68
    INTs: 43
    QB Rating: 89.6
    he's doing well for us right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by #2
    Good stats, not a good QB.

    There is more to evaluating a player than stats alone.
    If you "know" that he is talking about Chad .... then this post makes absolutley zero sense.

    HTH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23
    Games: 56
    Completion Percentage: 65.1%
    Yards: 11,058
    TDs: 68
    INTs: 43
    QB Rating: 89.6

    how many of those yards have come against the bottom feeders? I would say 9 thousand..

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    Quote Originally Posted by #2
    Good stats, not a good QB.

    There is more to evaluating a player than stats alone.
    Which would make Chad a very good QB under your terms.


    Not only does he have good stats, but he's the unquestioned leader of this team. He's the definition of a field general and gamemanager. He can rally his team and won't make stupid mistakes in critical situations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23
    Games: 56
    Completion Percentage: 65.1%
    Yards: 11,058
    TDs: 68
    INTs: 43
    QB Rating: 89.6
    Average, at the very best.

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    Marc Bulger

    Games-56
    Completion %-64.7
    TD-87
    INT-58
    YPA-7.7
    QB Rating-90.5



    Games-95
    Completion %-60.8
    TD-132
    INT-71
    YPA-6.81
    QB Rating-86.1

    I wouldn't want to face a big time D with either Marc Bulger or Jeff Garcia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX
    Average, at the very best.
    how about this one

    games - 91
    completion pct - 61.7
    yards - 20602
    tds - 143
    ints - 77
    ypc - 7.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswin
    how about this one

    games - 91
    completion pct - 61.7
    yards - 20602
    tds - 143
    ints - 77
    ypc - 7.1
    You forgot a couple of key stats:

    Playoff record: 10-1
    Super Bowl Wins- 3
    Super Bowl MVP's- 2
    Longest Winning Streak in NFL History- 18

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX
    You forgot a couple of key stats:

    Playoff record: 10-1
    Super Bowl Wins- 3
    Super Bowl MVP's- 2
    Longest Winning Streak in NFL History- 18
    The reality is the stats are very similar...the only difference between the two has been surrounding cast, injuries, and coaching. Tough to call one average and not the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX
    Average, at the very best.
    Better than Brett Favre percentages for his career. I know Brett has done it for 16 years but still Chads stats for his career look pretty good. IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswin
    The reality is the stats are very similar...the only difference between the two has been surrounding cast, injuries, and coaching. Tough to call one average and not the other.
    Touché

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23
    Games: 56
    Completion Percentage: 65.1%
    Yards: 11,058
    TDs: 68
    INTs: 43
    QB Rating: 89.6
    If he plays in a division with Tom Brady, no. Not even close to what it needs to be.

    SAR I

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    Chad's been a good QB in the NFL. Certainly not a great one, but hes been good. The problem is you want to have a QB that can take over a big game and win it for you if the situation calls for it. Chad doesnt have that. Chad is a better QB than the Marc Bulgers and Daunte Culpeppers over the course of a 16 game season, but if you need someone to have that game where they put the team on their back you are taking Bulger and Culpepper over Chad.

    Chad is better than the Brad Johnsons and Trent Dilfers who have won Super Bowls. When people throw around the term game manager it should not be an insult. Someone like Chad is typically going to be around the playoffs every season unless the team has no talent. You dont need to be the 1985 Bears to win with Pennington. But I think you are going to have to have enough talent to win a division and get at least a bye in the playoffs to get to a Super Bowl. The Jets are not there yet, but maybe next year or the year after will be with the right additions on defense and offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswin
    The reality is the stats are very similar...the only difference between the two has been surrounding cast, injuries, and coaching. Tough to call one average and not the other.
    Then why is it when the top 2 QB's in the NFL are always being discussed, it's Brady and Manning.

    How come PennyBoy is never discussed by anyone (outside of delusional Jets fans on this message board) when discussing elite QB's in the NFL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX
    Then why is it when the top 2 QB's in the NFL are always being discussed, it's Brady and Manning.

    How come PennyBoy is never discussed by anyone (outside of delusional Jets fans on this message board) when discussing elite QB's in the NFL?
    Because Manning is great and should be discussed, and because Brady is a competent game manager who arrived in the right place at the right time to become the poster boy for the NFL. Good looks goes a long way in this country, no matter what you are doing.

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