Rank 'Em: NFL quarterbacks

Created: August 5, 2010, 10:35 AM

Where does Matt Leinart rank?

How do you size up the league's quarterbacks?

Kurt Warner left the scene by choice. JaMarcus Russell didn't have as much say in his exit from the league. Donovan McNabb has a new home in an old division. At least it appears we'll still have Brett Favre throwing passes in Minnesota, if you believe Vikings kicker Ryan Longwell. The 2010 season is approaching, and it brings a new quarterback landscape with it.

Which quarterbacks do you consider the cream of the league's crop? From the candidates below, including Favre, submit your rankings.


 
 
  • St. Louis Rams
    Rookie
  • New England Patriots
    SN 2009 rank: 4
  • New Orleans Saints
    SN 2009 rank: 2
  • Oakland Raiders
    SN 2009 rank:
  • Kansas City Chiefs
    SN 2009 rank: 22
  • Chicago Bears
    SN 2009 rank: 19
  • Cleveland Browns
    SN 2009 rank:
  • Buffalo Bills
    SN 2009 rank:
  • Minnesota Vikings
    SN 2009 rank: 3
  • Baltimore Ravens
    SN 2009 rank: 15
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    SN 2009 rank:
  • Jacksonville Jaguars
    SN 2009 rank: 21
  • Seattle Seahawks
    SN 2009 rank: 18
  • Miami Dolphins
    SN 2009 rank: 20
  • Philadelphia Eagles
    SN 2009 rank: NA
  • Arizona Cardinals
    SN 2009 rank: NA
  • New York Giants
    SN 2009 rank: 11
  • Indianapolis Colts
    SN 2009 rank: 1
  • Washington Redskins
    SN 2009 rank: 8
  • Carolina Panthers
    SN 2009 rank: NA
  • Denver Broncos
    SN 2009 rank: 17
  • Cincinnati Bengals
    SN 2009 rank: 9
  • San Diego Chargers
    SN 2009 rank: 5
  • Green Bay Packers
    SN 2009 rank: 6
  • Pittsburgh Steelers
    SN 2009 rank: 10
  • Dallas Cowboys
    SN 2009 rank: 12
  • Atlanta Falcons
    SN 2009 rank: 13
  • New York Jets
    SN 2009 rank: 25
  • Houston Texans
    SN 2009 rank: 14
  • San Francisco 49ers
    SN 2009 rank: 24
  • Detroit Lions
    SN 2009 rank: 26
  • Tennessee Titans
    SN 2009 rank: 16

 



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