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List is a little odd, IMO. At the top they do mention that they took longevity into consideration, but still.
Leinart and McCarron obviously are rated highly for their successes, but even then, I would probably have them both a little lower.
Michael Vick is way too high, IMO.
I think Luck could be #1, but I understand VY and Tebow being ahead of him, but they weren't better QBs.
Eli Manning being ranked that low is maybe the most baffling. If you had him on a team with pretty much anyone that is ranked ahead of him, he is the starter, IMO, except for maybe 1 or 2 cases. I understand he is lower because he played at Ole Miss and really only had one season in which they were a very good team, but he was winning with high school players on the roster.
Cam should at least be in the top 10, although I know the longevity thing is what held him back.
Ranking Ken Dorsey that low is taking too much into consideration from his NFL career. He has to be top 10 for what he did at Miami.
Brandon Weeden ahead of players like Matt Ryan, Aaron Murray, David Greene, Collin Klein, Johnny Manziel (longevity I guess), Geno Smith, and Alex Smith is crazy, IMO.
College Football's Top 50 Quarterbacks of the BCS Era
Glad Wilson and Kaepernick received some love. I agree though, very clunky list. Article seems very rushed with the way the list was put together.
Craig Krenzel snubbed...
I thought so as well. Personally, I had no problem with Kaepernick. He was a beast in college as well. I do think Wilson is a tad high, especially if you are going to have Eli Manning as low as he is.
They both only had one year in which they really mattered.
No John Parker-Wilson? Seriously though, White might be lower than he should be.
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That's what makes the whole list so weird. Reesing is in the top 50, but Locker isn't. Criteria should have been much clearer to determine the reasoning behind where each QB was ranked.
Neither Wilson nor Kap should be ahead of Cam.
have to agree
McCarron has to be about 20 spots higher than he should be, at this point.
Yea. I think if he was on another team he is not on the list or at the bottom. Can't really disagree with his placement though after winning two nattys.
Three W's In My Life: Ward, Weinke, and Winston
I know David Carr was a bust (through no fault of his own) but he was a great college QB and should definitely be on this list.
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Carr was bust through plenty of fault on his own. Mentally weak and didn't put in any work to become great.
Dude already has 3 BCSNC rings about to win a 4th this year and finished last year with the top QB rating in the country and set the all time SEC record for TD:INT ratio.
Yet, he's not good
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
lol. Sure. Couldn't be that joke of an OL now could it? coughcoughSingleSeasonSackRecordcoughcough
Which explains why he hasn't been a #1 anywhere else in the NFL.
Didn't say he wasn't good, I said he should be located closer to 30 than to 10 on this list.
Vince and Cam should be 1 and 2 imo. Two most dominant football players I've seen in my lifetime.
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